Tags archives: Pond

  • Scotty Creek Research Station was founded in 1999, with Scotty Creek draining 152 km2 area of high boreal forest continuing discontinuous permafrost, with a high concentration of wetlands. Because the permafrost is relatively warm, thin and discontinuous, permafrost thaw is widespread. This is leadi... [read more]
  • Havikpak Creek Research Station was founded in 1991, with the watershed draining 20 km2 area of forest, shrubs and a small portion of tundra. The site is underlain by continuous permafrost, with very high ground ice content. Changes in climate is resulting in substantial changes in snow cover, evapo... [read more]
  • One permanent structure (14 x 8 feet) which includes a fridge, hot water and shower. Facility is heated by propane and powered by sun and wind. Five prospector tents: three for sleeping and two as laboratories. Lake water available. Name Email Phone Number Primary Contact Lisa-M... [read more]
  • Small 14' X 16' cabin with cooking facilities and bunks, suitable for housing 4 people. Could support more, if tents were used. Semi-insulated with oil heat. Name Email Phone Number Primary Contact Amie Black amie.black@canada.ca (613) 998-8523 Secondary Contact Jim Leafloor... [read more]
  • The Western Arctic Research Centre (WARC) is a two-story complex, plus three unheated warehouses, located on secure property. It operates year-round and can provide researchers with a range of logistical support for field- and office-based research in the western Arctic and Beaufort Delta coastal re... [read more]
  • The CEN Whapmagoostui-Kuujjuarapik Station is owned and run by CEN whose secretariat is based at Université Laval, Québec, Canada. It is on Cree land and is run in collaboration with the Cree First Nation of Whapmagoostui. Operational since the 1970s, CEN’s principal field station conducts research ... [read more]
  • Permanent, insulated, oil-heated building capable of housing 4-5 persons comfortably. Basic supply of standard equipment required for day-to-day living including kitchen gear, tools, etc. In the summer, drinking water must be hauled from a stream approximately 500 m to the north. Note that building ... [read more]
  • Seasonal kitchen structures and individual sleeping tents. Name Email Phone Number Primary Contact Amie Black amie.black@canada.ca (613) 998-8523 Secondary Contact Jennie Rausch jennie.rausch@canada.ca (867) 669-4709 Download Mackenzie Delta Fish Island Camp pro... [read more]
  • Main camp has 1) 20'x20' insulated cabin with kitchen facilities, oil heat, solar and wind power. 2) three 14'x16' storage buildings with bunks (one insulated), 3) 8'x12' storage building, 4) 12'x16' storage building without bunks. Secondary camp located about 15 km NW of the main camp has one 12'x1... [read more]
  • A small cabin, 12 x 14, outfitted with a desk, storage and bunks to sleep 4 comfortably. Frame tents are stored on site and erected seasonally for kitchen facilities and additional storage. Name Email Phone Number Primary Contact Amie Black amie.black@canada.ca (613) 998-8523 ... [read more]
  • The research station is legally owned by the Kativik Regional Government (KRG), but it is operated by CEN through a long-term lease. This station is part of the CEN Network and is part of a provincial park that is co-managed by KRG and the government of Québec (Tursujuq Park). Clearwater Lake is the... [read more]