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A Weakened Jet Stream

How the Arctic figures in southern fires and floods

January 2019 Elaine Anselmi
Photo courtesy Diavik Diamond Mines

Bear Aware

The hair necessities of tracking grizzlies on the tundra

January 2019 Elaine Anselmi
Illustration by Beth Covvey

Brains On Ice

How space hoses and glacier snuggies could keep the Earth cool

January 2019 Elaine Anselmi

The Ultimate Survivor

Greenland sharks live for centuries, but we have no idea how the changing planet affects them

December 2018 Herb Mathisen

Vanishing Point

Living with the consequences of climate change in Tuktoyaktuk

December 2018 Weronika Murray
Story and photos by Émile Brisson-Curadeau

Curious Coats Island

With three glaring absences—human settlements, snow geese and lemmings—this giant island is an...

November 2018 Émile Brisson-Curadeau
Photo by Matt Jacques

A Horse With No Name. For Now

Bands of feral horses have been galloping around the Yukon for the last century. Today, they’re...

November 2018 Jessica Davey-Quantick
Photo by Peter Mather

Lock Down

The September Arctic Moment

September 2018 Up Here
Northern Pike. Photo and illustrations by Paul Vecsei

From Hooked to Cooked

Everything you need to know about fishing North of 60

July 2018 Herb Mathisen
Scientists take a water sample during the Canada C3 trip last summer, as part of one of the largest eDNA surveys ever conducted. Later, this sample will be analyzed and the DNA it contains will paint a picture of the species present in the area. Courtesy Students on Ice Foundation/Taylor Roades

The Clues In The Water

How environmental DNA is showing us all of the life we cannot see

July 2018 Jimmy Thomson