Laurier Northern Webinar Series: Aquatic Ecology in the North

Each hour-long webinar features presentations from leading researchers and community members, providing a comprehensive exploration of northern research topics.

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Creator Co-developed by Northern Water Futures
Summary 2023-2024 Laurier Northern Webinar Series featuring speakers on Aquatic Ecology in the North. 3:27. Dr. Heidi Swanson (Wilfrid Laurier University) & Mike Low (Dehcho Aboriginal Aquatic Resources & Ocean Management): Understanding mercury in fish from Dehcho Lakes. 12:31. Rosie Smith (University of Waterloo) & Eric Hitkolok (Kugluktuk, Nunavut): Arctic Char in the Coppermine River and surrounding areas, Kugluktuk, Nunavut. 23:46. Dr. Jordan Musetta-Lambert (Environment and Climate Change Canada): Cumulative impacts of beaver activity in the western Canadian Arctic on freshwater food webs and biodiversity. 36:24. Dr. Mike Palmer (Aurora Research Institute): Is there a road to recovery? The effects of aerator installation on the chemical and biological recovery of a mining and municipally impacted subarctic lake.
Local Relevance The Laurier Northern Webinar Series provides talks by researchers on topics about the ecosystem and environment in the north.
Notes Additional Laurier Northern Webinar Series videos can be found at
Tags Fish,Wildlife,Mercury,Contaminants,Aquatic,Freshwater,Research,Arctic Char,Coppermine River,Beaver,Mining,Lakes
Geographic Region NWT
Release Date 2023-11-23
Last Modified Date 2023-11-23
Funding Program