Author Archives: Michel Poulin

And Now to the Lab!

Researcher Michel Poulin writes from the Arctic hamlet of Resolute, where he has been participating in a research project since May 4, 2011. His previous post described how ice-core samples are collected in the Arctic. Once we are back at … Continue reading

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Out on the Ice!

Researcher Michel Poulin writes from the Arctic hamlet of Resolute, where he has been participating in a research project since May 4, 2011. As I wrote in an earlier post, the stations chosen for microscopic algae sample collection can be … Continue reading

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Prior to Action

Researcher Michel Poulin writes from the Arctic hamlet of Resolute, where he has been participating in a research project since May 4, 2011. Well, the two-week BIOTA project (Biological Impacts of Trends in the Arctic) is off to a great … Continue reading

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On My Way to Resolute, Nunavut

May 4, 2011 An early departure from home, my baggage in tow, and I was en route to three weeks of research in the Arctic. Unlike the day before yesterday, today’s flight wasn’t cancelled due to poor weather. The First … Continue reading

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