Permafrost, glacier mass balance and snow cover are sensitive environmental indicators of climate change.
- Air and near surface ground temperatures, indices and summary statistics from 1993 to 2012 for the Mackenzie Valley Corridor, Northwest Territories
- Geohazard information and permafrost characterization surveys along the Yukon - Alaska Highway corridor
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- Climate Change Geoscience Program
The Program is focused on developing geoscience information to help land-use planners, industry and regulators mitigate the risks in northern resource development arising from climate change.
- Remote Sensing Science Program
The vastness and remoteness of the North presents significant challenges to traditional surface-based monitoring techniques. The Remote Sensing Science program is developing satellite-based techniques that are capable of effectively monitoring the many seasonal and inter-annual changes occurring in Canada’s North.
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