Read Eosense's article on how the Eosense eosFD soil flux was developed to monitor CO2 levels in soil respiration measurements in Arctic climates. Dr. Ronald Layden, in his role as Manager, North Slave Research Centre, along with ARI staff Erika Hille, Edwin Amos and St. Francis Xavier University's Chirs MacIntyre used the devices to determine if they could measure microclimate changes. The research was supported by a grant from the NSERC College and Community Innovation Fund.
Our priority at this time is the health and safety of the Aurora College/Aurora Research Institute community, as well as the larger NWT and research communities. In response to the global pandemic of COVID-19, the Western Arctic (WARC), North Slave (NSRC) and South Slave (SSRC) Research Centres are currently closed. A limited amount of WARC research support and logistical services for outside researchers are available at this time.