Parks Canada Field Unit member tows qamutiik beneath Thor Peak.

Nunavut Field Unit, Parks Canada

Initiated in 2022, our partnership with the Parks Canada Nunavut Field Unit aims to support sustainable, long-term monitoring of glaciers in Auyuittuq and Sirmilik National Parks using a combination of field-based and remote sensing approaches.

Arctic Ocean

ArcticNet GO-Ice

Glacier-Ocean-Iceberg Dynamics (GO-Ice) in a Changing Canadian Arctic is a collaborative project funded by ArcticNet, a Network of Centres of Excellence Canada. Within GO-Ice, ICELab research seeks to improve estimates of regional glacier changes on annual to decadal timescales. We are grateful for ArcticNet's funding towards supporting students, aircraft support, and training opportunities for our team.

Upper house at the McGill Arctic Research Station

McGill Arctic Research Station

Since 1960, the White Glacier monitoring program has been based at the McGill Arctic Research Station. We're grateful to Dr. Wayne Pollard for his dedication to maintaining the station, and to Miles Ecclestone who has been key in the continuation of glaciology field studies since the 1980s.