UofM researcher, and FortWhyte Alive, a long standing outreach partner of CEOS benefit from Lake Winnipeg Foundation.

GENICE study - collaboration between University of Manitoba and University of Calgary to explore bioreme

What began as an undergraduate summer NSERC research position, resulted in the extraordinary opportunity to participate in the 2017 BaySys (Hudson Bay) system study currently underway.  This included flying by helicopter onto sea ice in Hudson Bay to deploy a CEOS designed ice-mass balance buoy. 

The Greenland Institute of Natural Resources and a number of other research-related knowledge centers and universities in 2015 launched a web portal

A guillemot male and his offspring contemplating the leap into nothingness from a cliff at Saunders, Northwest Greenland. Photo: Knud Falk


Changing sea ice in the Canadian Arctic is the inspiration behind SIKU (pronounced: see-coo) a new online social media and mapping platform, which is a finalist for the Impact Challenge.

The Faculty of Biosciences, Fisheries and Economics (BFE) has a permanent position vacant as Professor / Associate Professor in marine botany. The position is attached to the Department of Arctic and Marine Biology (AMB) and the research group Arctic Marine System Ecology (AMSE) in Tromsø.

The 8th Annual Arctic Science Day was held Thursday, March 9th, and brought together students from Grades 7-12 together with research scientists from the University of Manitoba (CEOS) and the Department of Fisheries and Oceans on the frozen lakes of FortWhyte Alive.

New research, carried out by a team of researchers from Arctic Research Centre, Aarhus University, shows that a very small bird, the little auk (søkonge), has a very large effect on both freshwater and terrestrial ecosystems in the remote Arctic region.