This category is for sites dealing with science and the environment and natural history in the northern region of Canada.
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9th North American Caribou Workshop
Hunting, Fishing and Trapping Coordinating Committee program to share knowledge about the species in the interest of better managing caribou in northern Quebec and elsewhere in northern Canada. April 23-27, 2001, Kuujjuaq, Québec.
Arctic Institute of North America
A research institute of the U of Calgary which studies Canada's north through the natural and social sciences, the arts, and the humanities. Offers ASTIS databases, resources, projects, staff and a search function.
Canada's Polar Life
Information about environments, geography, organisms, and research, along with photographs.
CARC - The Canadian Arctic Resources Committee
A citizens' organization of from every province and both territories, and other member countries CARC. Offers information about issues in northern Canada and the circumpolar north.
Churchill Northern Studies Centre
Northern research of the physical environment, social issues and economics of the north. Studies the aurora borealis, whales, arctic flora and fauna. Lists research, education, attractions and links.
Churchill Northern Studies Centre Clear Sky Clock
A prediction of when the centre will have good weather for astronomical observing, furnished by Canadian Meteorological Center from computer weather simulations whose output looks just like future satellite pictures.
Diamonds in the Wild
Conde Nast Traveler article about the Thelon Wildlife Sanctuary, and the potential threat of diamond and mineral exploration on the area's environment.
Northern Climate ExChange
A Yukon-based exchange point for climate change study in the circumpolar north. Outlines their initiatives with information resources and other news.
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