Current research funders

Current research funders

ArcticNet - National Centre of Excellence 

Project title: Understanding and predicting future climate-vegetation-cryosphere
interactions in Nunatsiavut, Nunavik and NunatuKavut

Principal investigator: Dr. Robert G. Way & Dr. Andrew Trant (U. of Waterloo)

Laboratory role: Project lead

Term: 2019-2023

Project annual report(s)

Year 1: 2019-2020

Year 2: 2020-2021

Year 3: 2021-2022

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada

Project title: Susceptibility of peatland permafrost in coastal Labrador

to future environmental change

Principal investigator: Dr. Robert G. Way

Laboratory role: Project lead

Term: 2020-2026

Polar Knowledge Canada 

Project title: Integrating local knowledge, plant response, and cryosphere
dynamics to predict future food and fuel

Principal investigator: Dr. Carissa Brown

Laboratory role: Collaborator 

Term: 2017-2019

Weston Foundation - Parks Canada - Nunatsiavut Government fund 

for research at Torngat Mountains Base Camp and National Park

Project title: The Torngat Permafrost Project

Principal investigator: Dr. Robert G. Way 

Laboratory role: Project lead

Term: 2016-2022

Indigenous Community-Based Climate Monitoring Program

Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada, Government of Canada

Project title: Coastal Labrador Climate and Weather Monitoring Program

Principal investigator: Dr. Robert G. Way

Laboratory role: Project lead

Term: 2018-2022

Queen's University Research Initiation Grant

Project(s) title: Labrador Permafrost Project, The Torngat Permafrost Project, Coastal and Labrador climate weather monitoring program, Integrating local knowledge, plant response, and cryosphere dynamics to predict future food and fuel.

Principal investigator: Dr. Robert G. Way

Term: 2018-2022

Canadian Foundation for Innovation & Ontario Research Fund

Project title: The Northern Environmental Geoscience Laboratory

Principal investigator: Dr. Robert G. Way

Laboratory role: Project lead

Term: 2020-2022

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Research Partners

Nunatsiavut Government
Research Project(s): Coastal and Labrador climate weather monitoring program, The Torngat Permafrost Project, Integrating local knowledge, plant response, and cryosphere 
dynamics to predict future food and fuel, Understanding and predicting future climate-vegetation-cryosphere interactions in Nunatsiavut, Nunavik and NunatuKavut

NunatuKavut Community Council

Research Project(s): Coastal and Labrador climate weather monitoring program, Understanding and predicting future climate-vegetation-cryosphere interactions in Nunatsiavut, Nunavik and NunatuKavut

Water Resources Division, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador

Research Project(s): Coastal and Labrador climate weather monitoring program

Labrador Institute, Memorial University of Newfoundland

Research Project(s): Coastal and Labrador climate weather monitoring program

The SmartAtlantic Alliance, Centre for Applied Ocean Technology (CTec) and the Centre for Ocean Ventures and Entrepreneurship (COVE).

Research Project(s): Coastal and Labrador climate weather monitoring program