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Impacts of Future Sea Ice Conditions on Transportation in Canada's Northwest Passage

PI: Roger De Abreu
Institution: Meteorological Service of Canada, Environment Canada
Additional Investigators: Katherine Wilson
Abstract:
Our work will baseline current levels of sea-ice related transportation in the Northwest Passage and identify geophysical characteristics of sea ice that control type and level of activity. Using future scenarios of sea ice conditions, the project will work with marine stakeholders (shippers, hunters in northern communities) to identify the type and scale of impacts on future transportation. Output from regional and global scale climate models are being used to provide background for assessing impacts.
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