5 record(s) found for principle investigator "Seccombe-Hett, Pippa" (multi-year projects are grouped):
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Wind Energy Monitoring in Norman Wells
Principal Investigator: Seccombe-Hett, Pippa
Licenced Year(s): 2010 2009 2008 2007
Summary: The objective of this proposal is to quantify the wind energy potential for the economic feasibility of building a wind farm in Norman Wells. This project will involve a site inspection, installation of wind tower and wind monitoring equipment (a 50m tower with 6 calibrated anemometers positioned at 10m, 20m, 30m, 40m and two at 50m level, a wind vane and temperature sensors), and data collecti...


Aurora Research Institute Mallik 2L-38 and 3L/4L/5L-38 Sump Monitoring and Retrofit Program
Principal Investigator: Seccombe-Hett, Pippa
Licenced Year(s): 2008
Summary: The objectives of the sump monitoring activities are to gain further knowledge of long-term sump integrity and sump monitoring techniques while addressing both the commitments of the Mallik Gas Hydrate Project and the recommendations from site surveys. Active layer depth will be measured to determine differences between sumps and undisturbed areas. Ground temperature will be recorded. Ground co...


Wind Energy Monitoring in Tuktoyaktuk NWT
Principal Investigator: Seccombe-Hett, Pippa
Licenced Year(s): 2008 2007
Summary: The objective of this wind monitoring project is to quantify the wind energy potential for the economic feasibility of building a wind farm in Tuktoyaktuk, a remote community that is dependant on diesel-electric generation. This proposed project will involve four main activities: 1) Consultation with the Hamlet of Tuktoyaktuk to identify the optimum wind turbine location. New monitoring si...


Northern Native Plant Development Collections in the NWT
Principal Investigator: Seccombe-Hett, Pippa
Licenced Year(s): 2007 2006
Summary: The need for this project arises from the increased industrial development across the Northwest Territories and the necessity to reclaim and revegetate the land during development or upon abandonment. Northern environments are particularly slow to recover from disturbance because of the short growing season and the extreme environmental conditions. The use of agronomic species can out-compete nati...


Northern Native Plant Development in the NWT
Principal Investigator: Seccombe-Hett, Pippa
Licenced Year(s): 2006
Summary: The main activities in this program are: 1) forming a project steering committee involving industry, aboriginal groups and government; 2) identifying plant species suitable for revegetation; 3) developing practices for commercial production; and 4) identifying employment opportunities. Seed collection will be carried out in late August through to mid-September. Sites will be accessed by boat an...


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