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The sunburnt lands up north: Cambridge Bay

...Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, for instance, this week’s stop on our tour of the sunburnt lands up north. As always we are looking for signs of that blistering winter warming that...

02 Mar, 2022| Science Notes

New CDN Feature: The sunburnt lands up north

...So we will look at places in the sunburnt lands of Canada’s Arctic that have temperature records at least back to the 1930s and show you what their climate history...

26 Jan, 2022| Science Notes

The sunburnt lands up north: Kugluktuk

As we near the end of March we are also nearing the end of our search for the places in Canada’s Arctic undergoing the blazing warming shown in those maps...

23 Mar, 2022| Science Notes

The sunburnt lands up north: Pond Inlet

The colour scheme on a recent chart from the Government of Canada showing how much warming has hit our country in winter months might have given you the impression that...

02 Feb, 2022| Science Notes

The sunburnt lands up north: Fort Smith

With winter in the south showing no signs of letting up, we have turned our gaze to the far north in search of the blazing winter warming shown in Government...

16 Feb, 2022| Science Notes

The sunburnt lands up north: Fort Simpson, NWT

We continue our search for the scorching Arctic winter heat the government tantalizes us with in their red-hot maps of climate change, this week going to Fort Simpson NWT, where...

23 Feb, 2022| Science Notes

The sunburnt lands up north: Cape Dorset

Canadians love to go somewhere warm in the winter, so they might be tempted to head up to the Arctic after seeing the blazing red hot maps our government publishes...

09 Feb, 2022| Science Notes

The sunburnt lands up north: Hay River NWT

By Arctic standards Hay River is in the sunny south, on the shores of Great Slave Lake, a name probably not long for the atlas. And unlike many places on...

09 Mar, 2022| Science Notes

The sunburnt lands up north: Chesterfield Inlet

We travel this week to the hamlet of Chesterfield Inlet, Nunavut, on the northwest shore of Hudson Bay, whose Inuit name Igluligaarjuk is, apparently, the Inuktitut word for “place with...

16 Mar, 2022| Science Notes

Is it wet or dry down here?

...stanza declares that instead of England’s wretched “green and shaded lanes” the author loves “a sunburnt country, A land of sweeping plains, Of ragged mountain ranges, Of droughts and flooding...

23 Mar, 2022| OP ED Watch

1920 or 2020? Albany Australia Edition

We are revisiting our popular 1919 or 2019? series, this time updated to 1920 and 2020 and relocated to the sunburnt land of our many friends in Australia. We promise...

27 Oct, 2021| 1920 or 2020

And if they don't know that...

...certain kinship with him and especially his humble origins, since our “Sunburnt Lands Up North” tour inadvertently visited his home town of Fort Smith, NT. But we must take him...

06 Apr, 2022| News Roundup

Strangely unconcerned about heat

...of forest fires or their relationship to temperature, or our “Sunburnt lands up north” survey of government of Canada thermometer readings. But we did crack up at “Those who were...

23 Feb, 2022| OP ED Watch

Golden oldies

...of dizzying acceleration of warming in the Arctic given the actual temperature records presented in our “Sunburnt lands” tour. Also never mind that before humans came and made them all...

16 Mar, 2022| News Roundup
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