Scotty creek research station

Photos - 2020 Field Season

Field season begins with a mapping workshop in Fort Simpson
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Developing permafrost maps around local communities
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Tristan working with members of Sambaa K'e
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Lots of fun, good discussion, and learning about permafrost mapping
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And then off to Scotty Creek...
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...where the learning and fun continues
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Dehcho students gathering snow data
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...and data from drones
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Dehcho students presenting their work
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Thank you Guardians for keeping Scotty Creek operating during the pandemic!
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Guardians checked all study sites at Scotty, and...
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..took care of the climate stations
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APTN visited Scotty Creek for a week of filming
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NWT-based researchers show APTN the 2014 wildfire site
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Weather could have been better, but the georunner trails kept us high and dry...
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What to do when the puddle's too deep for your boots...
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Visitors from Radio Canada (CBC Montreal) get their bearings at Scotty Creek
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Visitors get explanation on how permafrost thaw changes the land
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Guardians show Radio Canada how climate stations work, and...
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...how permafrost change is monitored
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Long-term collaborations with communities really paid off for Scotty during COVID!
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We starting with snow and ending with fall colours...
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...and another field season comes to an end.
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