Principal Investigator:Wrona, Frederick J Licenced Year(s):20152014
The overall objective of this research component is to improve knowledge on lake ice and its effect on food webs/productivity in small Arctic lake systems in order to better predict changes that could occur under changing climate.
The methodology described here pertains to research activities involving the automated ice buoy and instrumented subsurface mooring system for continuous monitoring o...
Principal Investigator:Lesack, Lance Licenced Year(s):2016201520142010200920072006200520042003200220012000
The long-term goal of this research is to develop a model of the interacting biogeochemical and hydrologic processes that control the nutrient balance and primary productivity of lakes in the Mackenzie Delta region, and ultimately, a more general model for lakes associated with the floodplains and deltas of major world rivers. Work based at the Inuvik Research Centre will consist of field and lab ...
Principal Investigator:Rigler, Frank Licenced Year(s):
To test the applicability of the Dillon and the Rigler (1974) method of predicting the nutritional status of lakes in the sub-Arctic. This will be done by chemically analyzing water samples taken from several lakes in the sub-Arctic to determine the ability of these lakes to sustain basic life forms....