Tags archives: Sea Ice

  • A small (288 square foot) cabin with two rooms. The main room (12x16ft) has bunks that can sleep up to eight people and a desk for office work. The porch/mudroom (12x8ft) has some shelving for storage. Canvas tents are used for kitchen facilities and storage. Freshwater collected from a nearby strea... [read more]
  • ArcticNet is a Networks of Centres of Excellence of Canada that brings together scientists and managers in the natural, human health and social sciences with their partners from Inuit organizations, northern communities, federal and provincial agencies and the private sector to study the impacts of ... [read more]
  • The RV Nuliajuk is a state of the art research vessel, measuring 19.5m in length, and comfortably houses 9 people, as she navigates through Nunavut waters with some local crew, researchers and her Captain. Her port of registry is Iqaluit, Nunavut, and she winters Glovertown NFLD, where she was built... [read more]
  • The Polar Continental Shelf Program (PCSP) provides logistics planning and coordination assistance for field research throughout the Canadian Arctic that is conducted by Canadian government, university, northern, independent and international research organizations. The PCSP offers the following Arc... [read more]
  • The Research Centre consists of a wet lab, dry lab, boardroom, work stations, walk-in cooler, walk-in freezer and washrooms. There is also an adjoining accommodation space with bedrooms, a common area, kitchen and washrooms that can accommodate up to eight people on a year-round basis. The work spac... [read more]
  • One small cabin sleeps four people and provides a small office space. Name Email Phone Number Primary Contact Amie Black amie.black@canada.ca (613) 998-8523 Secondary Contact Grant Gilchrist Grant.gilchrist@canada.ca (613) 998-7364 Download Belcher Islands Research ... [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]
  • Scientists have been working at the station since the 1950s. Parks Canada has two Weather haven shelters with oil burner furnaces (each can sleep two people). Pending availability, researchers are welcome to use the sleepers. Centre d’études nordiques (CEN)/ Centre for Northern Studies operates thre... [read more]
  • This is the main operations facility for Quttinirpaaq National Park. There are six weather haven-style structures designated for park operations, including a kitchen, 3 two-bedroom sleepers, an office, and a latrine. All buildings are heated and have solar power. There are also 3 weather haven struc... [read more]
  • Kitchen and work/sleep cabins and observation blinds. Name Email Phone Number Primary Contact Amie Black amie.black@canada.ca (613) 998-8523 Secondary Contact Francois Fournier francois.fournier@canada.ca (418) 649-6127 Download Prince Leopold Island Seabird Res... [read more]
  • Cabin with fuel oil heater. Sleeping space for 4 persons. Lake water available. Some emergency food supplies are also available. Good camping area. Good landing area for a Twin Otter aircraft. Basic cooking equipment, tables, benches and a few basic tools available. Name Email Phone N... [read more]
  • Nester One is a research camp located near Cape Churchill that was established in 1969 by Manitoba Conservation and the Mississippi Flyway Council to study the nesting ecology of Eastern Prairie Population (EPP) Canada Geese. Since its establishment, Nester One has undergone a series of improvements... [read more]