Though anticipating long days and hard work as a few key crew members do the job of many, researchers heading to the lakes this summer are excited to leave the house.
A field expedition into the British Columbia wilderness involving helicopter drops, mountain and landslide traverses, and treacherous ice caves aimed to facilitate geothermal exploration in Canada.
An alliance of First Nations, provincial, and federal leaders worked with scientists, engineers, and emergency responders to rescue critical salmon stocks in western Canada.
Ski seasons at many of North America’s western resorts might melt away by 2085 because of warming temperatures.
A 3-year project documents how climate change is affecting the sequestration of decades-old mining by-products in Canadian lakes.
A cloud of smoke from 2017 Canadian wildfires was so huge that it self-lofted and stayed in the atmosphere for 8 months. Scientists used it as an example for climate simulations of nuclear warfare.
DDT and its breakdown products permeate lake sediments decades after the pesticide was banned.
Geologists discover rocks bearing the earliest known evidence of water interacting with rock on Earth’s surface.
Using high-resolution satellite data, scientists pinpoint discarded plastics floating off the coasts of Canada and Scotland.
The biggest, oldest T. rex found to date shows how big tyrannosaurs could get.