June, 20 2019

The Canadian Femicide Observatory for Justice and Accountability released their 2018 report. More information on this important initiative can be found on their website: ARI's Pertice Moffitt is part of the team that advocates on behalf of the victims of femicide and raise awareness on this important issue. 

June, 20 2019

Emma Hodgson, Tracey Proverbs, and Richard Stewart will be at ARI on Thursday, February 7 at 7:00 pm to present the results from the community-based whitefish monitoring program. All are welcome to attend.

June, 20 2019

ARI staff attended ArcticNet's Annual Scientific Meeting this year at the Shaw Centre in Ottawa from December 10-14. Vice President, Research Pippa Seccombe-Hett along with Christopher Burn, a 2018 recipient of the Governor General's Polar Medal and ARI Research Associate, and Scott Dallimore chaired a session on the United Nations Environmental Program Rapid Response Assessment on Coastal Permafrost. Davonna Kasook, ARI's Licensing Coordinator, and graduate of Aurora College delivered a paper, "Using ArcGIS Story Map as tool to educate and facilitate geo-spatial knowledge transfer' and Garfield Giff, ARI's Manager, GIS presented a paper, "Using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to map and monitor the effects of climate-driven changes on the Western Arctic Environment: A Caribou Hills case study."

June, 20 2019

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.

December, 11 2018

In 2017, the Aurora Research Institute received funding from the Coastal Restoration Fund (Fisheries and Oceans Canada) to study permafrost thaw slumping on Kugmallit Bay and...

Energy; Solar Panels
December, 3 2018

Check out how ARI staff Erika Hille and Edwin Amos are training Tuktoyaktuk residents to monitor climate change in partnership with the Tuktoyaktuk Community Corporation. 

Summer Speaker Series
August, 20 2018

This Thursday at 7pm will be the final installment of our 2018 Summer Speaker Series.  The evening’s talks will feature projects with strong ties to our communities. So bring a...

Polar Knowledge Canada
May, 28 2018

Join us on Wednesday, May 30th at 7 pm to learn more about Polar Knowledge Canada and their work in the north. You’ll also have a chance to share your perspectives on research...

Branden Walker
May, 14 2018

Thursday, May 17 at 6 pm, come to ARI for a research talk by Branden Walker, who uses drones to map snow, and looks at how the changes in local vegetation cover may impact our...

Science Rendezvous
May, 11 2018

ARI and BDEC are proud to be hosting the 4th Science Rendezvous in Inuvik. Come on out to the Elementary School this Saturday between 11am and 3pm...