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Clyde River, Baffin Island: Nunavut, Canada

Clyde River, Baffin Island: Nunavut, Canada

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  1. Clyde River, Baffin Island: Nunavut, Canada

  2. Linking Inuit Knowledge and Local-Scale Environmental Modeling to Evaluate the Impacts of Changing Weather on Human Activities at Clyde River, Nunavut May 2011

  3. The purpose of this trip was to service our meteorological stations and continue to work with our Clyde River collaborators.

  4. Akuliaqattak Station Ailaktalik Station Silasiutitalik Station = our met stations = Clyde River hamlet = Clyde River airport met station

  5. Dr. Shari Gearheard Project Leader University of Colorado And Clyde River Resident Linking Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit (Traditional Knowledge) and Science

  6. Dr. Kelly Elder US Forest Service Snow, Meteorological Towers

  7. Henry barely fits within the foundation of an ancient Inuit dwelling. Dr. Henry Huntington Pew Charitable Trusts And Huntington Consulting Synthesis of Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit and Science

  8. Dr. Glen Liston Colorado State University Snow and Meteorological Modeling

  9. Dylan Elder Lesher Middle School, Fort Collins, Colorado Scientist-In-Training

  10. Esa Qillaq Clyde River Local Expertise and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit (Traditional Knowledge)

  11. Joelie Sanguya Clyde River Local Expertise and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit (Traditional Knowledge)

  12. Raygee Palituq Clyde River Local Expertise and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit (Traditional Knowledge)

  13. Silasiutitalik Station

  14. This tower requires almost no work! Just swapping the data cards, updating the data logger program, and checking to be sure all systems are working as intended.

  15. Another day at the office ...

  16. A traditional iglu (igloo) built outside of town.

  17. Tall enough to stand in.

  18. Dinner for sled dogs (seal).

  19. Shari’s 7-month old (big!) sled dog puppies!

  20. Nice eyebrows! An obvious family trait!

  21. Off to another meteorological tower.

  22. Ailaktalik Station

  23. Re-wiring the data logger (cold work with bare hands).

  24. Wiring and installing a new anemometer.

  25. Snack Time

  26. Checking the tower outputs with the computer.

  27. Using a satellite phone to confirm the tower data is getting to the web site.

  28. Everything is working, time to go home.

  29. An iceberg from Greenland.

  30. On to the next station.