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Meet Arctic BIOSCAN’s 2022 Field Technicians

Meet Arctic BIOSCAN’s 2022 Field Technicians

This year’s Arctic BIOSCAN biodiversity monitoring activities expanded outside Cambridge Bay and Kugluktuk to include Kugaaruk, Gjoa Haven, and Taloyoak. The expansion was made possible by support from Polar Knowledge Canada and the Blue Future’s Pathway program, which together enabled the hiring of a group of Nunavummiut youth to work as field technicians in four communities across Nunavut.

DNA Barcoding Aquatic Life: new insights for biodiversity science

DNA Barcoding Aquatic Life: new insights for biodiversity science

From Peruvian and Brazilian coastal wetlands, Mexican lagoons, and the Great Lakes in America to Sundaland and China, and many other places around the Pacific, a new special issue features scientific papers exploring with new insights about life under the water through DNA technologies.

Arctic BIOSCAN team prepares for a new field season in Nunavut

Arctic BIOSCAN team prepares for a new field season in Nunavut

Arctic BIOSCAN researchers met with important partners at the Ekaluktuttiak Hunters and Trappers Organization, Kugluktuk Angoniatit Association, Nunavummiut youths sponsored by the SOI Foundation, and scientists from the Canadian High Arctic Research Station, to discuss progress, results, and plans for the 2022 field season.

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