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Laurier researchers in the North engaging region’s youngest minds.

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Laurier’s Cold Regions Research Centre accepting student registrations for Northwest Territories field course.

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Hoarfrost River environmental field study. Feature Article in Above & Beyond, First Air.

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69. October, 2018: Laurier researchers in the North engaging region’s youngest minds. https://www.wlu.ca/news/spotlights/2018/oct/laurier-researchers-in-the-north-engaging-regions-youngest-minds.html? or PDF

68. September, 2018: Laurier’s Cold Regions Research Centre accepting student registrations for Northwest Territories field course. https://www.wlu.ca/news/spotlights/2018/sept/gg-499v-call-for-applications.html? or PDF

67. June, 2018: Laurier Press Release: National Indigenous People Day. https://www.wlu.ca/news/news-releases/2018/june/expert-alert-national-indigenous-peoples-day.html?. PDF

66. May, 2018: Interview with Current Affairs, CBC North Radio. Discussion on how permafrost thaw is affecting the Dehcho region. MP3

65. May, 2018: Interview with Josh Campbell, News Reporter / Host for CKLB Radio. Discussion on Dehcho Collaborative on Permafrost. https://soundcloud.com/cklbradio/bill-quinton-perma-frost-researcher-in-the-dehcho-may-16th

64. May, 2018: Interview (14 May, 2018) with Greg Mercer, for news article, Kitchener Record, May 19th, 2018. https://www.therecord.com/news-story/8618828-laurier-researchers-search-for-solutions-as-warming-climate-changes-the-north/?s=e?. PDF

63. May, 2018: Hoarfrost River environmental field study. Feature Article in Above & Beyond, First Air. http://arcticjournal.ca/health-science/science/hoarfrost-river-environmental-field-study/. PDF

62. April, 2018: Laurier and northern high school students headed to a remote research site in Northwest Territories for a once-in-a-lifetime experience. https://www.wlu.ca/academics/research/news/2018/april/laurier-and-northern-high-school-students-headed-to-a-remote-research-site%20.html. PDF

61. February, 2018: Interview on CKLB Radio, 101.9 FM, Yellowknife. Interview with Owen Fullerton: https://soundcloud.com/cklbradio/bill-quinton-on-northern-research-project

60. February, 2018: Laurier students team up with northern high school students for environmental field course near Yellowknife. https://www.wlu.ca/news/news-releases/2018/jan/laurier-students-team-up-with-northern-high-school-students-for-environmental-field-course-near-yellowknife.html. PDF

59. February, 2018: Laurier Press Release: Laurier Cold Regions Research Centre to host lecture on caribou decline in Northwest Territories. https://www.wlu.ca/news/news-releases/2018/feb/laurier-cold-regions-research-centre-to-host-lecture-on-caribou-decline-in-northwest-territories.htmlPDF 

58. January, 2018: News / North: Permafrost project gets funding boost. Dehcho research maps permafrost loss, effects on water levels. PDF

57. December, 2017: Campus Magazine: Laurier up North: Researchers aim to answer important questions about a changing northern climate. http://www.campusmagazine.wlu.ca/PDF

56. November, 2017: Laurier Press Release: Northern activist Daniel T'seleie to speak at Wilfrid Laurier University’s annual Cold Regions Research Centre Day, 1 Dec., 2017. https://www.wlu.ca/news/news-releases/2017/nov/activist-daniel-tseleie-to-speak-at-laurier-research-day.htmlPDF

55. November, 2017: Interview with Josh Campbell, News Reporter / Host. Discussion on Cold Regions Research Centre Day. https://soundcloud.com/cklbradio/cold-climate-researcher-bill-quinton-november-29th

54. October, 2017:: Wilfrid Laurier University on-line publication: https://www.wlu.ca/news/spotlights/2017/oct/laurier-senior-research-associate-in-yellowknife-investigating-how-permafrost-thaw-is-changing-northern-landscapes.htmlPDF

53. September, 2017: ERL Video Abstract: Scotty GHG Flux Studies: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/n0xzgrk50en8976/AABU0UQaQF2EeiqZFh5CC2NZa?dl=0

52. September, 2017: Promotional video for the opening of Wilfrid Laurier University’s new office in Yellowknife, NWT. 19 September. https://app.wipster.io/Review/A5UwEwBCK-nI_c66lab8CsvHCTr6q9_r0O3_Jc8nwcEnmYhcjg

51. August, 2017: Television interview with National Broadcast Company, Sakha (Yakutia), Russia. 9 August.

50. July, 2017: CBC North radio interview with Loren McGinnis (The Trailbreaker).

49. July, 2017: Laurier Press Release: Laurier Cold Regions Research Centre accepting student registrations for Northwest. https://www.wlu.ca/news/spotlights/2017/july/nwt-field-trip-applications-being-accepted.html or PDF.

48. June, 2017: Laurier Press Release: Laurier-led Northern Water Futures project to study water sustainability in the Northwest Territories. https://wlu.ca/news/news-releases/2017/june/laurier-led-northern-water-futures-project-to-study-water-sustainability-in-the-northwest-territories.htmlPDF

47. March, 2017: News Article, Dehcho Drum. Scientists reach out to youth: Thursday, March 9, 2017, p. 9. http://nnsl.com/archive/pdf-archives/de030917.pdf or PDF.

46. March, 2017: Interview on CKLB Radio, 101.9 FM, Yellowknife. Interview with Ashley Anthony on Denedeh Sunrise: https://soundcloud.com/cklbradio/bill-quinton-live-on-denendeh-sunrise-10th-of-march-2017 or MP3.

45. March, 2017: The influence of taliks on permafrost thaw in the Northwest Territories, Canada. Changing Cold Regions Network, Spotlight on Student Research. http://www.ccrnetwork.ca/documents/HQP/CCRNSpotlight_Connon_PhD.pdf or PDF.

44. March, 2017: Laurier Press Release: Laurier field course gives Northwest Territories high school students experience combatting climate change. https://wlu.ca/news/news-releases/2017/march/laurier-field-course-gives-northern-high-school-students-experience-combatting-climate-change.html or PDF.

43. January, 2017: Extreme Camping, Ducks Unlimited publication: http://www.ducks.ca/stories/boreal-forest/extreme-camping/ or PDF.

42. September, 2016: Canadian Water Network WatKAN Plain Language Report. One page document or five page document

41. August, 2016: CKLB Radio, 101.9 FM. Interview with Josh Campbell, News Reporter / Host. Discussion on how climate change is affecting the Deh Cho region of the NWT. https://soundcloud.com/cklbradio/deh-cho-perma-frost-research

40. December, 2015: Toronto Star. Falling lake an omen of change in global permafrost landscape. http://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2015/12/21/falling-lake-an-omen-of-change-in-global-permafrost-landscape.htmlPDF

39. December, 2015: Telephone interview with Michael Robinson, Toronto Star on 21 December, 2015 on how permafrost thaw results in landscape change.

38. November, 2015: A\J Alternatives Journal. Climate Warming and Aboriginal Communities in Northern Canada: Uncertain Futures. http://www.alternativesjournal.ca/community/events/climate-warming-and-aboriginal-communities-northern-canada-uncertain-futuresPDF

37. November, 2015: Laurier press release: https://www.wlu.ca/media/news-releases/november-2015/laurier-to-host-panel-on-the-effects-of-climate-change-in-canadas-north.html

36. November, 2015: 570 AM. Interview with Martin Bauman. http://www.570news.com/2015/11/19/laurier-panel-climate-change-posing-threat-to-canadas-north/

35. November, 2015: Scientific American. Permafrost Meltdown Raises Risk of Runaway Global Warming. Melting ground could release enough greenhouse gases to trigger catastrophic climate change http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/permafrost-meltdown-raises-risk-of-runaway-global-warming/PDF

34. November, 2015: Climate Wire. Runaway global warming becomes a concern as permafrost melts. Thursday, November 19, 2015. http://www.eenews.net/stories/1060028256PDF

33. September, 2015: Telephone Interview by G. Vaidyanathan of Climate Wire Magazine on 20 Sept., 2015 on how permafrost thaw is changing northern ecosystems.

32. August, 2015: Provided a two-day interpretive tour of the Scotty Creek research facility and site to G. Vaidyanathan, Reporter for Climate Wire / Scientific American.

31. April, 2015: Introductory remarks for “Water + Ice: Precious Resources, Principled Neighbours”. Panel discussion with Hon. M. Miltenberger, Minister of Finance and Minister of Environment & Natural Resources, Northwest Territories, and Ms. Merrell-Ann Phare, Chief Negotiator, Government of the NWT, and others. Youtube video: http://legacy.wlu.ca/page.php?grp_id=13495&p=23510

30. April, 2015: National Geographic, published 2 April, 2015. Reference to Scotty Creek in "Are Harvard's Dying Hemlocks a Warning for Trees Everywhere?". http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2015/04/150402-forest-die-off-climate-harvard-hemlocks-global-warming/?PDF

29. January, 2015: Interviewed by Meagan Wohlberg, Northern Journal, 16 January, 2015. “Spreading southern wetlands, drying delta lakes: scientists predict the future of a warmer NWT”. http://norj.ca/2015/01/spreading-southern-wetlands-drying-delta-lakes-scientists-predict-the-future-of-a-warmer-nwt/PDF

28. January, 2015: Interviewed by Randy Henderson, North Beat (TV), CBC North. CBC Studio, Yellowknife, 15 January, 2015. http://scottycreek.com/media/audio/28_CBC_INT_HYDROLOGIST%2001-26-2015.mp4

27. January, 2015: Legislature Talks: The Knowledge Series. Invited public presentation at the Legislature Building, Yellowknife: “A glimpse of the future: insights into water resources in a warmer NWT”, 14 January, 2015. Youtube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XaUgYDD5F8Q&feature=youtu.be

26. January, 2015: Interviewed by Ollie Williams. Moose FM - 100.1 CJCD Yellowknife, 13 January, 2015. http://scottycreek.com/media/audio/26_BILL-QUINTON-RAW_Moose-FM.mp3

25. January, 2015: Interviewed by Robyn Burns. CBC North. Yellowknife, 12 January, 2015. http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/north/researchers-say-n-w-t-permafrost-is-thawing-at-a-dramatic-rate-1.2900813PDF

24. October, 2014: Interviewed by Ollie Williams. Moose FM - 100.1 CJCD Yellowknife, 3 October, 2014. 

23. September, 2014: News Article, Dehcho Drum. Scientists study changing landscape: Researchers expanding permafrost studies at Scotty Creek. Thursday, September 4, 2014 p. 6. http://nnsl.com/archive/pdf-archives/

22. June, 2014: InsideLaurier (June 2014). Grad students spend three months at remote research site: Research in the Northwest Territories looks at how climate change is affecting the Far North. http://issuu.com/wilfridlaurieruniversity/docs/insidelaurier-april

21. April, 2014: Interviewed by Matt Holmes, Matt Holmes Show. CHML AM 900, Hamilton, 22 April, 2014. Discussion of Earth Day. http://scottycreek.com/media/audio/21_seg1-Bill-Quinton.mp3

20. September, 2013: Opening of the new Centre for Cold Regions and Water Science. YouTube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0rhK1O_FHxs

19. October, 2013: Quinton radio interview. Host: Leonard Linklater, CBC Whitehorse – radio interview, 23 Oct., 2013. Oceanus share News and interviews CBC Radio wolf creek basin WLU project oct-21 2013 http://scottycreek.com/media/audio/19_CBC-North_Yukon_18Oct2013.mp3

18. October, 2013: Transcript of Minister Miltenberger’s speech to the Legislature on the Laurier-GNWTPartnership. http://news.exec.gov.nt.ca/j-michael-miltenberger-update-on-partnership-with-wilfrid-laurier-university/PDF

17. October, 2013: Research@Laurier (October 11, 2013). Researcher feature on: opening of new centre for leading-edge research into cold regions and water science. http://www.wlu.ca/news_detail.php?grp_id=0&nws_id=11726

16. October, 2013: Research@Laurier (October 13, 2013). Researcher feature on Canadian Water Network Grant: Laurier researchers receive funding for Water Knowledge Application Network (WatKAN), Quinton, Baltzer, English et al. http://www.wlu.ca/research.

15. October, 2013: News article, Kitchener Record Article, Oct. 5th, 2013. http://www.therecord.com/news-story/4141714-new-laurier-centre-focused-on-water-cold-region-research/PDF

14. September, 2013: Research@Laurier (September 9, 2013). Researcher feature on Quinton: “Research shows permafrost and ecosystems in the subarctic changing quickly”. http://www.wlu.ca/research.

13. September, 2013: Radio Canada International. Feature on Quinton/Baltzer/Sonnentag research at Scotty Creek, NWT. “Research shows permafrost and ecosystems in the subarctic changing quickly” by Marc Montgomery. http://www.rcinet.ca/en/2013/09/09/13345/PDF

12. September, 2013: News Article, Dehcho Drum. Deh Cho muskeg at centre of climate change study, Thursday, September 5, 2013 p. 3. PDF

11. September, 2013: News Article, Dehcho Drum. Country food reassurances offered at Kakisa workshop. Thursday, September 5, 2013 p.4. PDF

10. September, 2013: News Article, Dehcho Drum. Muskeg offers climate clues. Thursday, September 5, 2013 p.7 PDF

9. September, 2013: Provided a two-day interpretive tour of the Scotty Creek research facility and site to the NASA/ABoVE (Arctic Boreal Vulnerability Experiment) Science Advisory Team.

8. August, 2013: Provided a one-day interpretive tour of the Scotty Creek research facility and site to a delegation including R. Thompson, Reporter for the Decho Drum, M. Miltenberger, NWT Minister of Environment, representatives from the Decho First Nation, and others.

7. August, 2013: Featured article by journal. Williams, T. W. Quinton and J. Baltzer, 2013. Linear disturbances on discontinuous permafrost: implications for thaw-induced changes to land-cover and drainage patterns. http://environmentalresearchweb.org/cws/article/news/54403PDF

6. July, 2012: CBC North radio interview with Joslyn Osenbrug (The Trailbreaker).

5. January, 2012: Research@Laurier (Winter, 2012). Laurier awash in major water research. Researcher feature on northern water research at Laurier. http://www.wlu.ca/research. PDF

4. October, 2010: CBC-North TV interview with Deneze Nakehk'o (Northbeat), Climate warming in the north. Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre (4 October, 2010).

3. July, 2008: Research@Laurier (Summer, 2008). Researcher feature on the Laurier Institute for Water Science: “It’s all about water”. http://www.wlu.ca/research. PDF

2. December, 2007: Unlocking the secrets of climate change, by Roxanna Thompson, Northern News Services (13 December, 2007). PDF

1. December, 2007: Problems Ahead for Canada’s Water Supply. The Record (Kitchener), Research File (8 December, 2007). PDF