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Summer is just around the corner and the return of good weather is kicking off a new field research season. Institut nordique du Québec (INQ) is taking this opportunity to highlight an indispensable tool designed to guide research teams in the development and implementation of their projects in northern territories: Research Guidelines.
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The news, made public Thursday May 20 by Minister Marc Garneau at the Arctic Council meeting in Reykjavik, is welcomed with pride and enthusiasm by INQ and its partners.
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Title: La croissance hivernale du phytoplancton dans l'Océan Arctique 

Speaker: Achim Randelhoff, UMI Takuvik, Université Laval

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View the recording of this webinar broadcast on May 12, 2021.
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Watch the recording of this webinar broadcast on May 5, 2021. Speakers: Stéphane Roussel (ÉNAP), Mathieu Landriault (UOttawa) and Jean-François Payette (UQÀM).
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LAB-O-NORD | In the world of environmental research and specifically for research groups interested in climate change, the capacity to measure greenhouse gases is essential. To meet the needs of the various research teams, INRS (Centre Eau Terre Environnement) has acquired a gas chromatograph that is specifically configured for greenhouse gas analyses ...
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Atiku, the Northern and Arctic Knowledge Portal, offers the best international information resources for researching information on the North and the Arctic, divided into 3 thematic collections and 6 collections by document type. Content development is ongoing.

Here are some recent additions to the 'Studying the North', 'Archives and Primary Sources' and 'General Public' collections.

Studying the North

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Registration for the UArctic Congress 2021 is open. The Congress will take place from May 15 to 18, 2021.
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