Although warming oceans may make population booms and mass strandings more common, the species may ultimately be one of the beneficiaries of climate change.
Geological Surveys Unite to Improve Critical Mineral Security
A three-nation consortium is pooling geological expertise and resources to address vulnerabilities in supplies of these crucial natural resources.
Feedback Loops of Fire Activity and Climate Change in Canada
New research documents how a warming climate contributes to patterns in wildfire severity and frequency and how the fires contribute to climate change.
¿Cómo Afecta el Reverdecimiento del Ártico al Agua Subterránea?
Nuevas investigaciones examinan cómo los cambios en la ecología de la superficie influyen en la hidrología subterránea en el Ártico.
A Little-Known Mass Extinction and the “Dawn of the Modern World”
Volcanic eruptions in what is now western Canada may have triggered a million years of rain and a mass extinction that launched the reign of the dinosaurs.
Abrupt Climate Shifts Change the Latitudes of Storm Activity
A new 6500-year construction of storms combined with other paleo-storm records finds abrupt changes in the Atlantic Ocean circulation impact the latitudinal preference of storm activity.
Drones Help Bridge the Gaps in Assessing Global Change
New instruments in the research tool kit bolster scientific understanding of the ecology of a greening Arctic.
The Lasting Legacy of Phosphorus Buried in Lakes
Research at an experimental lake suggests that phosphorus inputs from runoff may affect the health of aquatic ecosystems long after external additions of the nutrient are reduced.
Canada’s Rocky Mountain Forests Are on the Move
Using century-old surveying photos, scientists have mapped 100 years of change in the Canadian Rockies to document the climate-altered landscape.
Ancient Rivers and Critical Minerals in Eastern Alaska
Fieldwork is revealing a history of landscape evolution over the past 5 million years that links climate change and river capture to critical mineral resources across the Alaska-Yukon border.