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IUCN Alumni Reflections on Voyages: Alana Krug-MacLeod

IUCN Alumni Reflections on Voyages: Alana Krug-MacLeod

No journey begins without preparation, and learning a little of the traditional oceanic Hawaiian context was as important as the bags I packed and the airline...

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IUCN Alumni Reflections Monkey See, Monkey Do: Alana Krug-MacLeod

IUCN Alumni Reflections Monkey See, Monkey Do: Alana Krug-MacLeod

When I learned of the opportunity for alumni to join the delegation to the 2016 IUCN Congress, my heart raced a little to imagine being engaged in activities...

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IUCN Alumni Reflections on Transformation: Alana Krug-MacLeod

IUCN Alumni Reflections on Transformation: Alana Krug-MacLeod

Nature always astounds me, and this plant captured my attention.  When the plant is young, the leaves have a multi-pointed, roundish shape.  As the plant...

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SOI at the Nunavut Trade Show

SOI at the Nunavut Trade Show

SOI is excited to be part of the Nunavut Trade Show, taking place in Iqaluit from September 19th-21st. Each year the Nunavut Trade Show and Conference offers...

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IUCN Alumni Reflections on Holes: Alana Krug-MacLeod

IUCN Alumni Reflections on Holes: Alana Krug-MacLeod

Sometimes a hole is at the centre of things. For instance, think of the classic, ring-shaped doughnut (or ‘donut’ in the local context). The missing...

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IUCN Reflections Day 3: Rob Comeau

IUCN Reflections Day 3: Rob Comeau

We are the air. We are the water. We are the land. These words are words that my grandmother has repeated to me and other family members. To me these words...

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IUCN Alumni Reflections from Hilo: Alana Krug-MacLeod

IUCN Alumni Reflections from Hilo: Alana Krug-MacLeod

“Flexibility is key!”  This was the constant refrain when I travelled toward the poles with Students on Ice, and one that served us well when nature...

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IUCN Alumni Reflections Day 1: Rob Comeau

IUCN Alumni Reflections Day 1: Rob Comeau

Planet at a crossroads. That is the theme for the 2016 World Conservation Congress here in Honolulu Hawaii. Yesterday we heard from dignitaries during the...

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Teacher at Sea, Scientist at Sea, Mechanic at Sea, Doctor at Sea – meet the people of the expedition!

Teacher at Sea, Scientist at Sea, Mechanic at Sea, Doctor at Sea – meet the people of the expedition!

What do you want to be when you grow up?  The question you quickly tire of hearing, especially if you don't have a clear answer.  There are so many...

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Cool Science!  Cold, cold science deep in the Arctic Ocean.  

Cool Science!  Cold, cold science deep in the Arctic Ocean.  

 Learn more about the instruments used to map the continental shelf, ocean floor and water patterns in the Arctic!   This rossetta collects 7 different...

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