Representing more than 10,000 years of evidence of changes to our climate in 1.4 kilometres of ice core samples, the Canadian Ice Core Collection at the University of Alberta represents invaluable potential for researchers around the world to answer critical climate change questions. With a well-established reputation for research excellence in the Canadian north, researchers from the University of Alberta have spent decades getting to the bottom of what is happening at the top of the Earth, a region increasingly recognized for its valuable water, mineral, and energy resources.
To discuss research opportunities, please contact Principal Investigator Martin Sharp.
Video Playlist: The Value of Studying Ice Cores
UAlberta scientists Duane Froese, Jeff Kavanaugh, Brian Lanoil, Paul Myers, Martin Sharp, Bill Shotyk, Alberto Reyes, Graham Pearson, David Hik, Andrew Bush, and Vincent St Louis each describe the impact of the Ice Core Archive on their research.