Solving a 150-Year-Old Fossil Mystery From the Canadian Arctic

Posted on January 10, 2017

By Tyler Irving This neck vertebra (left), found in Nunavut by a Royal Navy captain searching for the lost Franklin expedition, belonged to a creature...

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Filed Under: Tyler Irving Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences

How Drones are Helping to Map Changes in Canada’s Arctic

Posted on September 27, 2016

By Tyler Irving Tyler Irving chats with authors of a new Arctic Science paper, UAV photogrammetry for mapping vegetation in the low-Arctic by Robert H....

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Drones and wildlife research — a new paradigm takes off

Posted on March 29, 2016

By Tyler Irving Thumbnail image: Drones like this quadcopter are increasingly being used by wildlife biologists to track animals more cheaply and...

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Arctic Science celebrates its one-year anniversary

Posted on December 7, 2015

By Tyler Irving A year ago this month, Canadian Science Publishing launched their first open access journal. Arctic Science covers all areas of natural...

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Mysteries of the Bonebeds

Posted on August 17, 2015

By Tyler Irving Volunteers chip away at a fossil as part of the RTMP's Day Digs program, which allowed members of the public to help out with the...

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Filed Under: Tyler Irving Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences

Canada’s Premiere Dino Museum Celebrates its 30th Anniversary

Posted on August 05, 2015

By Tyler Irving Crowds gather for the opening day of the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology (RTMP) on September 25, 1985. The museum celebrates its 3...

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