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Eureka’s dramatically changing sunlight

By Dan Weaver Ph.D. Candidate, University of Toronto You have likely noticed the days are getting longer.­1 It’s a welcome relief from the short dark days of winter. Toronto, for example, will enjoy over 12 hours of sunlight on April … Continue reading

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Preparations for the 2014 ACE campaign at PEARL

By Dan Weaver Ph.D. Candidate, University of Toronto The 2014 ACE satellite validation team is nearly ready for this year’s research trip to PEARL. We will be travelling to Yellowknife on February 24, then onwards to Eureka, Nunavut on February … Continue reading

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Hitting the tundra running: an exciting first trip to PEARL

After a great trip to Igloolik, Nunavut, from May 23rd to June 1st, I was really looking forward to returning to Toronto and getting back to the heat. I had been on a CANDAC Outreach trip with three other CANDAC … Continue reading

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The start of the 2013 ACE Validation Campaign

Every year, a team of scientists travels up to Eureka, Nunavut for a few weeks of intensive atmospheric measurements at the Polar Environment Atmospheric Research Lab (PEARL). This campaign started a few days ago (on February 25th), and runs until … Continue reading

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