This beautiful photo book was created by brothers Doug and David Barber to chronicle IPY-CFL. Glossy, 11x13 inches, and 288 pages long, it features the personal experiences of scientists, Northerners, youth, educators, politicians, and media during the project, and their perspectives on climate change. All proceeds from this book will be used to support graduate students at the University of Manitoba - the next generation of Arctic scientists.
288 pages; hardcover
Price $105 (Canadian Residents - includes GST); $100 outside of Canada; Shipping and Handling extra; cheques payable to the University of Manitoba
All proceeds (100%) from this book go to the V.E. Barber Memorial Endowment Fund to support graduate students at the University of Manitoba - the next generation of Arctic scientists.
To order your copy, contact Lucette Barber, Communications and Outreach.
This book was created to share and communicate the results of the IPY-CFL project. It features scientific results of each of the research teams and a synopsis of the education, communications and outreach initiatives of this project. The design complements the Two Ways of Knowing book.
242 pages; softcover
Price: Shipping and Handling
To order your copy, contact Lucette Barber, Communications and Outreach
This compendium summarizes the findings of the Canadian Arctic Shelf Exchange Study (CASES 2003-2004), the first scientific effort onboard the CCGS Amundsen. The study brought together 210 scientists from 8 countries to study all aspects of the Beaufort Sea ecosystem, and to understand the impact of climate change on this fragile system.
215 pages; hardcover