Exploring Today's Arctic
Dr. David Barber, University of Manitoba's Associate Dean - Research in Environment, Earth and Resources, is also Canada's Research Chair in Arctic System Science, leading the world's largest International Polar Year Project. Dr. Barber has published over 230 articles in peer reviewed journals pertaining to sea ice, climate change, and physical-biological coupling in the Arctic marine system. He leads the Churchill Marine Observatory and Hudson Bay Studies, both large scale international research networks. Dr. Barber is a recognized expert on several national and international committees with invitations to science meetings across the world.
Lucette Barber is the Research Associate and Communications Manager for the Center for Earth Observation Science. She conceptualized and developed Schools on Board, a national outreach program of ArcticNet. Ms. Barber led eight field programs on the CCGS Amundsen as science expeditions. She oversees and promotes the International Arctic Science Partnership, and engages in collaborative initiatives with Canadian Arctic Inuit, and other indigenous people.
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Feb 23 2017Exploring Today's Arctic Time: 8:30 am to 11:00 am Location: Rm 303 International Center
Mar 22 2017Resiliency and Adaptability in the Face of Climate Disruption in the Arctic Time: 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm Location: Rm 303 Internation Center
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