SOI at IMPAC4

SOI at IMPAC4

Students on Ice at the IMPAC4 Congress in Chile

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Teacher at Sea

Teacher at Sea

Follow the SOI Alumni Émilie Hérbert-Houle in her role as Teacher at Sea

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SOI at IUCN

SOI at IUCN

Students on Ice at the 2017 IUCN WCC

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Iqaluit Qajaq Society

Iqaluit Qajaq Society

The qajaq (kayak) is a symbol of Inuit ingenuity that originated in the Arctic. This SOI alumni-led initiative will teach the sport of Qajaq-ing (kayak) among Iqaluit youth, promote traditional knowledge and healthy living.

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Q is for Qajaq

Q is for Qajaq

A collaborative initiative to help inspire a renaissance of kayaking and kayak-building in Canada’s Arctic led by Eric McNair-Landry and the SOI Foundation.

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Melting Ice for Safety (MIS)

Melting Ice for Safety (MIS)

An alumni-led initiative to capture time-lapse footage of the speed and timing of ice melt in Kugaaruk, Nunavut during the spring and early summer to inform alternative (safe) routes.

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Northern Lights

Northern Lights

An SOI alumni-led initiative that leverages photography to increase awareness, understanding and provides a positive activity for youth struggling with mental illness.

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The Drift Bottle Project

The Drift Bottle Project

Ever since the first Students on Ice Arctic expedition in 2001, students have participated in ocean research in a variety of ways, but none as hands on as the annual bottle drop. Data collected provide scientific understanding of ocean surface currents and an unparalleled human connection across borders.

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The Koerner Pillow Icecap

The Koerner Pillow Icecap

In January 2008, while scouting for possible landing sites for the Students on Ice Antarctic 2007 expedition, Geoff Green and Dr. Roy “Fritz” Koerner found themselves on an unnamed pillow icecap in Antarctica’s Wauwerman Islands.

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Canada’s Role in the Antarctic Treaty

Canada’s Role in the Antarctic Treaty

in July 2001, students from SOI's first Antarctic Expedition presented a statement to decision makers at the Meeting of the Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The statement included recommendations for how Canada’s role in Antarctica should evolve.

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Arctic Tern I

Arctic Tern I

A polar expedition vessel and a unique platform for Arctic education, science, film and media. Since 2009 SOI and its partners have conducted numerous successful projects with Arctic Tern I.

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PolarEDUCATORS

PolarEDUCATORS

The Students on Ice Foundation hosted the International Polar Year (IPY) PolarEDUCATORS Workshop in Montréal, Canada from April 20-22, 2012.

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