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These podcasts and vodcasts feature International Polar Year success stories from across the country, bringing together researchers and participants to wrap-up all of the research conducted under International Polar Year.
Gilles Gauthier shares the findings of a project looking at the effect of climate change on tundra wildlife and how researchers from seven circumpolar nations took a closer look at the Arctic food web.
Dr. Gita Ljubicic is with the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies at Carleton University. As part of an International Polar Year research effort she talked to the people living in three Nunavut communities to learn about sea ice from the Inuit perspective.
Barry Smit is Canada's Research Chair on Global Environmental Change, a professor of geography at the University of Guelph and the lead researcher on an international study of 20 communities across the circumpolar world documenting the ways in which northern peoples are adapting to changes in their environment.