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July 28, 2014

Back from fieldwork in Cartwright where we spent most of last week doing field and geophysics based work near the community. We also drilled a borehole 5.7 m deep into the permafrost to monitor temperature variations deep below the ground surface.

The interesting thin...

July 20, 2014

Permafrost work in Nain, Labrador in consultation with the Nunatsiavut Government. In this image we are laying out cables for a type of geophysical survey which uses electrical current sent into the ground. This method is extremely useful for finding permafrost bodies...

July 18, 2014

Today we are on route to Nain to begin our summer fieldwork! We are expected to arrive at some point later this morning weather dependent. After we arrive we will begin surveys with geophysics equipment that lets us see down to 25 meters into the ground. This equipment...

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