Supported by the Biological and Environmental Research program with the Department of Energy, the overarching goal of the long-term NGEE Arctic project is to advance our understanding of the rapidly changing terrestrial Arctic by combining boots-on-the-ground observations with the predictive power of Earth System models. Our interdisciplinary team spans four national laboratories and the University of Alaska Fairbanks, and we investigate processes at scales from microbe to landscape.
The Cold Regions Research Centre invites CRRC-affiliated graduate students to apply for an open position to join our Early Career Researcher Leadership Team.
Do you want to know more about what the CRRC does and how you can get involved?
Then please join us for the CRRC’s Annual General Meeting! The meeting will include a brief report on the centre’s activities over the past year, a preview of the coming year, and provide a forum for questions and feedback about the centre’s operations. Student engagement is highly encouraged. Plus, there will be a CRRC swag giveaway!
Masters Research Opportunity in Cold Regions Hydrology, Supervisory Team:Dr. Stephanie Wrightand Dr. William Quinton, Degree Program: Master of Science in Geography and Environmental Studiesat Wilfrid Laurier University