Northern Research Chairs were established to augment and promote Canadian university northern research and training in the natural sciences and engineering. The program’s long-term goal is to increase Canadian university expertise in northern research issues and to provide a training environment for northern researchers of the future. It will also provide new knowledge required to understand the North and predict its future.
|Christopher Burn||Carleton University||Permafrost in the Yukon and Northwest Territories|
|John England||University of Alberta||Environmental Change in Arctic Canada: Ice Age to Present|
|Murray Humphries||McGill University||Wildlife Biology and Traditional Food Security in Canada's Changing North|
|Serge Payette||Université Laval||Ecology of Subarctic Forests|
|Brent Wolfe||Wilfrid Laurier University||Present and Past Hydro-ecology of the Mackenzie Basin Deltas|