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Media Highlight: How Canada's Arctic lab keeps a watchful eye on climate change

Posted by IVAN SEMENIUK - The Globe And Mail on January 21, 2014 in Faculty and Staff, All News, Research

“There are just so few stations in the high Arctic,” says Jim Drummond, a professor of atmospheric science at Dalhousie University and PEARL’s principal investigator. “We could put one further south and it would be useful, but not as useful.” For all the frigid challenges that come with doing science near the top of the world, the biggest chill PEARL faces involves financing. Full Story from The Globe And Mail.