Skip to content
Assmann et al. ERL 2020 in WIRED: Beautiful Yet Unnerving Photos of the Arctic Getting Greener, STV: https://news.stv.tv/video/edinburgh-scientists-use-drones-to-study-arctic-tundra Washington Post:
Winter camping is not for the faint of heart. Here’s how to do it.
WIRED25: Meet This Year’s WIRED25, Climate Change and Saving Our Earth Coverage of
Cunliffe et al. ERL 2020: EOS Magazine of the American Geophysical Union: Drones Help Bridge the Gaps in Assessing Global Change
WIRED: Why the Arctic Is Warming So Fast, and Why That’s So Alarming Coverage of
Daskalova et al. NComms 2020: Common species mirror rare animals’ response to global change Coverage of
Daskalova et al. Science 2020: Forest loss escalates biodiversity change, How forest loss has changed biodiversity across the globe over the last 150 years Arctic Canada – The Culture Cure Podcast: –
podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/arctic-canada-the-culture-cure/id1446659881 Coverage of
Thomas : et al. NComms 2020 Plant life on the edge Coverage of
García Criado : et al. GEB 2020 Climate shifts prompt shrubs and trees to take root in open areas: Daily Mail, The Herald, The Scotsman, etc.
Outside/In Podcast: 10X10: Kettle Bog
WIRED: The Arctic Is Getting Greener Coverage of
Myers-Smith et al. NCC 2020: Global Science Team on Red Alert as Arctic Lands Grow Greener: WIRED, Daily Mail, etc. Coverage of
Blowes et al. Science 2019: Washington Post New Scientist:
How teabags became a secret weapon in the fight against climate change. June 2019 Coverage of
Cunliffe et al. The Cryosphere 2019: Gizmodo Coverage of
Assmann et al. GCB 2019: Early melting of winter snowfall advances the Arctic springtime: BBC Radio Scotland (minute 16), physics.org, ScienceDaily, April 2019 Science News:
Climate change made the Arctic greener. Now parts of it are turning brown. April 2019 Coverage of Myers-Smith et al. Ecol. Mono. 2019:
Eighteen years of ecological monitoring reveals multiple lines of evidence for tundra vegetation change. March 2019 Royal Geographical Society Walters Kundert Fellowship Press Release:
Is the Arctic getting greener? October 2018 Coverage of
Bjorkman et al. Nature 2019: Taller plants moving into Arctic because of climate change: BBC, Science Daily, phys.org, Newsweek, etc. September 2018
New Scientist Live!, Public talk at the New Scientist Science Festival, September 2018 – Watch the trailer for Isla’s talk below!
Fieldwork in the Arctic is surprisingly costly, limiting the research done there, Science News, June 2018
Arctic Secrets, Documentary series featuring Team Shrub on Qikiqtaruk, White Pine Pictures, May 2018
The Great Global Species Shakeup, Torronto Star, December 2017
Capturing change in the Arctic, Vizzuality Blog, November 2017
Brewing Big Data: The Tea-Bag Index, BioScience, July 2017
Rapid rate of coastal erosion on Herschel Island, CBC News, August 2017 Interview clip on the daily morning programme “A New Day”, CBC Radio North, August 2017
Climate sensitivity of shrub growth across the tundra biome, July 2015 – Press Releases: Tundra study uncovers impact of climate warming in the Arctic, European Commission JRC, University of Alberta, Woods Hole Research Center, Université de Sherbrooke; English: BBC Science Hour, BBC Science in Action, CBC, Globe and Mail, Yahoo News, Physics Org, Reporting Climate Science, CTV News, Daily Mail; French: Science Presse, La Tribun; German: Die Welt, Stern, Der Standard, Science APA, Science Orf; Swedish: forskning.se Invasion of the Shrubs – Up Here Magazine, February 2015
Plants Duke It Out in a Warming Arctic – BioScience, 15 January 2015
The Polar Sea – Episode 8 Melting Lands, Documentary series featuring Team Shrub on Qikiqtaruk, December 2014
Tundra in Turmoil and Repeat Photography Reveals a Changing Climate – Science, August 2013
Vegetation May Speed Warming of Arctic – Scientific American, May 2013
Telling changes on the tundra – University of Alberta News, April 2012
Edmonton biologist on international team monitoring disappearance of Arctic tundra in Canada’s Yukon – Edmonton Journal, February 2012
Shrub Hub assesses growth in tundra ecosystems – Environmental Research Web, January 2012 Team Shrub is featured in Air North’s inflight magazine article: Young Einsteins: How groundbreaking work at Kluane Lake Research Station is drawing in talented young minds from all over the world – North of Ordinary Magazine, December 2009.
Interview clip on the daily morning programme “A New Day ” – CBC Radio North, July 2009.
Myers-Smith IH. Sound Off Column “Global change crystal clear, if not glamorous” Vancouver Sun: Friday, December 31, 2004.
Last moments of reflection by the lake before heading back to Whitehorse.
Some say they inspired a nation
<span>%d</span> bloggers like this: