Arctic Research Lightning Talks
These lightning talks were presented by students of the Collaborations Interdisciplinary Science Communication Training Program. Want to learn more about our science communication opportunities? Request an account on our member space, then join the new science communication forum where we will announce future trainings and resources, and anyone is welcome make a post to share resources or engage in dialogue with other Arctic researchers and stakeholders.
Does the amount and type of carbon in a large Arctic river change with the spring flood?
Jolie Gareis, Simon Fraser University
Applying Local Knowledge to Sustainable Use Policy of Seaweed in Iceland
Jamie Lee, University Centre of Westfjords / University of Akureyri
Food insecurity, diet shifts and chronic disease in Canada’s Arctic
Sappho Gilbert, Yale School of Public Health
Continents to Poles: Journey of Pollutants
Neelu Singh, Manglore University and National Centre for Antarctic and Ocean Research
Water and Sanitation for the "Last Mile" of Rural Alaska
Kaitlin Mattos, University of Colorado Boulder
The Role of Research Capacity in Environmental Impact Assessment in Yukon Territory, Canada
Sam Darling, McGill University
Environmental Contaminants in Arctic Invading Killer Whales
Sara Pedro, University of Connecticut