PPS Arctic Canada
Winter 2010: Upcoming IPY
conference in Edmonton this November: "Understanding Circumpolar
Ecosystems in a Changing World Outcomes of the International Polar
Year" conference link
Spring 2009: An article on IPY research by PPS Arctic collaborator Nancy Doubleday (from Ontario Planning Journal) pdf
December 2008: PPS
Arctic student Ryan Jameson (Memorial University, Hermanutz
first place (Terrestrial) for his
poster at the ArcticChange 2008 conference in Quebec City.
Spring 2008: Story on PPS Arctic researcher Karen Harper
Research at PPS
1. What controls the position and
structure of treeline
2. What are the ecological and social consequences of changes in the position of treeline
Arctic Canada is: Present day processes, Past
changes, and Spatiotemporal
biotic, abiotic and socio-environmental conditions and resource
along and across the Arctic delimitation zone.
We conduct research on latitudinal and altitudinal
treeline. Around the globe, researchers from Canada,
Norway, Russia, the United States and Nepal are part
of PPS Arctic International.
document containing the details of the schedule of our research and
communication can be found here.
page with photos from some of our research can be found here.