Dr. James McLaughlin, forest soils research scientist from the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, will join Wilfrid Laurier University’s Cold Regions Research Centre for an extended collaboration as visiting research fellow beginning in fall 2016.
It’s that time of year again. Time to host the annual CRRC Research Symposium. A time for Laurier students, postdocs and faculty to come together and share their research, experiences and ideas.For complete agenda go here
This year’s key note speaker is Dr. Ken Hewitt. All are welcome to attend.
The CRRC is hosting a workshop/discussion group introducing R, the highly flexible and open source statistical software program. We are hoping that this will become a regular event, with different people imparting their expertise in software or analysis.
No prior knowledge of R or coding is required!
– the basic concepts of R
– tips and tricks
– tools for problem-solving
An understanding of basic statistics will be assumed.
Wednesday 27 January 2016
The panel discussion, Climate warming and Aboriginal Communities in Northern Canada: uncertain futures, was a great success. Thank you to all those that attended.
The event was also featured in the news. Follow the link for complete coverage:
The annual Scotty Creek Day will be held at the CCRWS on Friday, 20th November. This event features student presentation, networking and planning for all work being conducted at the Scott Creek Research Camp near Ft. Simpson, NT. The purpose of this day is to provide a friendly and informal setting where students and faculty working at the camp can provide feedback on their research, while benefitting from the feedback that they will provide to them.
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