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note, there are parallel sessions each day, scroll to the right, or use Ctrl+F to search
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31st, 2018
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WEDNESDAY
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6pm - 8 pmCONFERENCE REGISTRATION
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1st, 2018
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THURSDAYTopicSpeaker First NameSpeaker Last NamePresentation TitleParallel SessionSpeaker First NameSpeaker Last NamePresentation TitleWorkshopSide Meetings
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7:00CONFERENCE REGISTRATION
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08:00Opening Remarks (Maple Leaf Room) Dr Matthias Ruth, Vice President (Research) University of Alberta
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08:303.1 (Maple Leaf)RuthErringtonChanges in lichen biomass following 10 years of warming climate in the Mackenzie Valley of north-western Canada1.1 (Glacier Room)TaylorCromartySocial inequity, gender and H. pylori infection in Arctic Canada
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08:45EmilyChoyUsing physiological tools to provide an energetic framework to assess the risk of shipping and resource development to seabirds and other Arctic marine predatorsMayaLefkowichTurning Points: Learning from Collaborative Digital Storytelling
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09:00NadeleFlynnIncorporating climate change into long-term monitoring of Yukon’s boreal forest using a Bioclimate Ecosystem Classification SystemMaryOllierON THE LAND WITH PROJECT JEWEL: A COMMUNITY-BASED RESEARCH PROJECT IN THE INUVIALUIT SETTLEMENT REGION
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09:15DorianGaboriauConsequences du changement climatique sur le regime recent des feux dans les Territoires du Nord-Ouest : vers une augmentation du risque de feux extremes?EleanorStephensonThe politics of food in Inuit Nunangat:

An ethnohistorical approach to Canada’s Arctic food policy
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09:30EdithLiComplex climate change effects on growth and mortality in upland and peatland forests of northwestern CanadaZiwaYuUsing Traditional Knowledge in Cervical Cancer Prevention and Treatment among Inuit Communities: A Scoping Review Protocol
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09:45NatalieBairdVisualizing Changing Oceans – Inuit Knowledge and Participatory Video in Pangnirtung, NunavutJenJones
“It depends on what you refer to as ‘on the land’”: How assessment mechanisms may further dispossess Indigenous peoples of land, culture, identity and health and well-being
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10:00COFFEE (Hallway)
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10:303.1 (Maple Leaf)MayaFredericksonEnzymatic controls on deep peat decomposition post-permafrost thaw in northern peatlands1.2 (Glacier Room)GillHolmesMining-induced Flooding and Use of Deterrents for Mitigating Impacts on Arctic Nesting Birds
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10:45MeganParanichIs Climate Change a Scientific Debate?MorganMoffittSocial histories of resource extraction as cumulative impacts
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11:003.2 (Maple Leaf)AlirezaSaidi-MehrabadAbrupt climatic transition from Pleistocene to Holocene reorganized permafrost microbial community structureAshleePigfordInnovation Ecosystems and Scientific Research in the Canadian Arctic
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11:15CarenAckley
Interactive effects of peat physical properties, runoff flowpaths, and porewater chemistry following a low severity wildfire on a permafrost plateau, Scotty Creek, Northwest Territories
Muhammad-ArshadKhalafzaiSpring Flooding and Adaptive Capacity of a Frequently Disrupted Indigenous Community of Kashechewan in Northern Ontario, Canada.
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11:30PatrickWilliamsImpacts of melting tidewater glaciers on downstream marine microbial communitiesNealSpicerQuantifying Water Security Levels in Indigenous Communities within Canada
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11:45SamanthaBlaisDestroying a Community: Collective Trauma in South Indian Lake after the Churchill River Diversion Project
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12:00LUNCH (Maple Leaf)
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13:00KEYNOTE (Maple Leaf)-Dr. Martin Raillard: Polar Knowledge Canada
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14:00COFFEE (Hallway)
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14:30POSTER SESSION (Prairie Room)
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19:00INTERDISCIPLINARY MIXER AT HUDSON'S ON WHYTE AVE (10307 82nd Ave) BEGINS- SPONSORED BY THE CIRCUMPOLAR STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION-
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd, 2018
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FRIDAYTopicSpeaker First NameSpeaker Last NamePresentation TitleParallel SessionSpeaker First NameSpeaker Last NamePresentation TitleWorkshopSide Meetings
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KEYNOTE
Dr. Ginger Gibson: Firelight Group (Maple Leaf)
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08:00KEYNOTE
Dr. Ginger Gibson: Firelight Group (Maple Leaf)
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09:003.6 (Maple Leaf)OliverKienzleModelling Permafrost Soft-Spots: Areas at Risk of Climate Change-Driven Landscape Degredation, Yukon Territory, Canada.
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09:15EliseDevoieTaliks, a tipping point in permafrost degradation
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09:30BrendenDisherCharacterizing the Hydrology of Treed Bogs in Discontinuous Permafrost Peat lands
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09:45CarolynGibsonFrom Causes to Consequences: Linking Changing Permafrost Conditions to Changing Ecosystems to Changing Livelihoods in the North
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10:303.6 (Maple Leaf)PatrickNeubergerAnthropogenic disturbance alters the microbial biodiversity of permafrost soils
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10:45ErinMacDonaldComposition and Biodegradation of Permafrost-Affected Terrains in Northwestern Canada
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11:00IvanAlekseevBiodegradability and stability of organic matter of permafrost-affected soils of Yamal region, Russian Arctic
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11:15MadeleineGaribaldiA High Arctic Microclimatic Hotspot Assessment, Cape Bounty, Nunavut
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11:30SarahShakilCollapsing Permafrost as a Source of Total Mercury and Methylmercury to Downstream Ecosystems
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11:453.8GeoffreyKershawUsing stable isotopes to assess seasonal variations in runoff response from an alpine valley basin in the Mackenzie Mountains, NT
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13:001.5 (Maple Leaf)KatherineLathamTracing the Origins of Dog Sledding in North America
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13:15SharonFarnelExploring community driven resource description in the Inuvialuit Digital Library
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13:301.6 (Maple Leaf)ChristinaWilliamsonAttatsiaq Amautiit: Sewing and Beading in 1930s Arviat, Nunavut
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13:45ShainaHumbleA Disciplinary Shift: How Literary Studies Can Draw from Interdisciplinary Methodologies
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14:0014Board Meeting
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14:30WORKSHOP- KNOWLEDGE TRANSLATION IN THE NORTH WITH Dr.CINDY JARDINE (MAPLE LEAF)WORKSHOP- PERSONAL LEADERSHIP & ASSERTIVE COMMUNICATION WITH JULIANNA CANTWELL (Glacier)Workshop I & II
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BOOK LAUNCH: MEXICANS IN ALASKA WITH AUTHOR SARA V. KOMARNISKY (MAPLE ROOM)- APPETIZER'S PROVIDED
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