Canadian Geographic Article Index
Articles tagged with Science (34)
Tinkering with Mother Nature
Some scientists believe geo-engineering could be the answer to climate change. Here are six ideas.
The big chill
Hint: it’s at the University of Alberta
Introducing the world’s largest and most sensitive radio telescope
A new kind of science centre
The new Telus World of Science centre in Calgary experiments with interactive exhibits
Conserving the red knot
Quebec’s Mingan archipelago is a pivotal migratory refuelling station for this highly endangered shorebird and a natural laboratory for the scientists trying to save it
From studying slugs to searching for swans and monitoring pine martens, citizen scientists keep watch over our changing world
Icefield of dreams
For 50 years, scientists have flocked to a Yukon research camp near Canada’s highest peak
The mercury mystery
Every spring, something strange happens in the Arctic atmosophere
The cryosphere kid
Robert Way wants to probe permafrost in his native Labrador, but first he's thinking globally
Why don’t we have a long-term science strategy for the North?
What is International polar Year?
International Polar Year (IPY) 2007-08 is a collaborative international effort to research the polar regions. Discover the key issues that lie at its heart.
Squid expert Ron O’Dor is leading a global effort to assess the future of marine life. Meet Canadian Geographic’s Environmental Scientist of the Year
Source: Canadian Geographic Travel
, September 2008
Cracking the nature nut
Inside the creepy, crawly world of science guy John Acorn, where ants taste like lemon, beetles inspire haikus and the yard is full of magnificent creatures just waiting to be discovered
Environmental chemist Miriam Diamond is Canadian Geographic's Environmental Scientist of the Year