Tags archives: Tundra

  • 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]
  • 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]
  • 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]
  • Kivalliq Hall has 2 computer labs on the broadband, three classrooms, a business library, seminar rooms and student lounges. The program delivery area connects with administrative space, a single residence with 44 beds, 20 itinerant beds for staff and visitors, kitchen and student staff lounges with... [read more]
  • Wet lab available. Sinks, large work area, storage room and refrigerator. Name Email Phone Number Primary Contact Campus Dean Fiona.Buchan-Corey@arcticcollege.ca (867) 983-4107 Secondary Contact Mary Ellen Thomas Maryellen.thomas@arcticcollege.ca (867) 979-7202 Down... [read more]
  • 100' x 200' fenced compound that is 8' high with two entry gates. 20' x 28' cabin that sleeps four people. 12' x 16' shed for storage and working. Other amenities: electric lights, fridge and deep freeze, propane furnace, range and barbecue for cooking. Water pumped from Owl River and filtered via s... [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]
  • 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]
  • Modest base camp with usual operating season between June 1 and August 31. Facility includes: cookhouse with power and running water; warehouse; fuel storage and caching area; wilderness airstrip; 2 bathrooms with flush toilets and sinks, one with a shower stall; tenting area (tents, sleeping pads a... [read more]
  • Tenting sites and one of the historic buildings at Pauline Cove may be available for accommodations  (depending on availability) for researchers. Generally, researchers must be completely self-supported. Name Email Phone Number Primary Contact Meghan Blay Meghan.blay@gov.yk.ca ... [read more]
  • Unstaffed basic shelter with an unmaintained landing strip immediately adjacent to it. No power, heat, or communication. Comfortable for a maximum of six (more if people are sleeping in tents). River water and some emergency supplies available. It has tables, benches and some basic cooking equipment... [read more]
  • There is one main sleeping cabin with capacity to sleep 8-10, a second cabin for lab work (sleeps 4-6), and a cabin with kitchen facilities. Name Email Phone Number Primary Contact Amie Black amie.black@canada.ca (613) 998-8523 Secondary Contact Paul Smith paulallen.smi... [read more]