Multiple Resources Available

28 March 2014

Multiple Resources Available

1. Virtual Network Available

2. March 2014 Issue of the Journal ARCTIC
Volume 67, Number 1
Journal of the Arctic Institute of North America (AINA)

1. Virtual Network Available

Organizers announce the availability of WinterNet, a virtual network
established to facilitate communication between researchers interested
in the impacts of winter change on arctic and alpine ecosystems, plant
and soil responses, and consequences for biogeochemical cycling.

WinterNet will facilitate communication and interaction within this
community by providing a moderated email, to which members can post
news, a list of members with links to their home pages, a news page, and
updated bibliography of member publications.

For information about how to join WinterNet, go to:

Or contact:
Gareth Phoenix

2. March 2014 Issue of the Journal ARCTIC
Volume 67, Number 1
Journal of the Arctic Institute of North America (AINA)

The Arctic Institute of North America (AINA) announces publication of
the March 2014 issue of the journal ARCTIC, Volume 67, Number 1. AINA is
non-profit membership organization and multidisciplinary research
institute of the University of Calgary. AINA's mandate is to advance the
study of the North American and circumpolar Arctic through the natural
and social sciences, as well as the arts and humanities, and to acquire,
preserve, and disseminate information on physical, environmental, and
social conditions in the North. Created as a bi-national corporation in
1945, the Institute's United States Corporation is housed at the
University of Alaska Fairbanks.

The contents of the March issue are now available for online
subscribers. In one year the content will be open access. To read
articles in this issue, go to:

Members have the options of receiving ARCTIC in print, online, or both
in print and online. For information on becoming an AINA member and
receiving the journal, go to:

The following papers appear in the March 2014 issue of ARCTIC:

"A Hadrosaurid (Dinosauria: Ornithischia) from the Late Cretaceous
(Campanian) Kanguk Formation of Axel Heiberg Island, Nunavut, Canada,
and Its Ecological and Geographical Implications
By: Matthew J. Vavrek, Len V. Hills and Philip J. Currie

"Birds and Mammals of Prince Leopold Island, Nunavut, 1975-2012"
By: Anthony J. Gaston

"Invasive Species Management Programs in Alaska: A Survey of Statewide
Expenditures, 2007-11"
By: Tobias Schwoerer, Rebekka N. Federer and Howard J. Ferren II

"Climatology of the Forest-Tundra Ecotone at a Maritime Subarctic-Alpine
Site, Mealy Mountains, Labrador"
By: John D. Jacobs, Sarah Chan and Elizabeth Sutton

"The Boulder Patch (North Alaska, Beaufort Sea) and its Benthic Algal Flora"
By: R.T. Wilce and K.H. Dunton

"An Interdisciplinary Approach to Documenting Knowledge: Plants and
Their Uses in Southern Greenland"
By: Simone S. Whitecloud and Lenore A. Grenoble

"Vulnerability to Freshwater Changes in the Inuit Settlement Region of
Nunatsiavut, Labrador: A Case Study from Rigolet"
By: Christina Goldhar, Trevor Bell and Johanna Wolf

"Contemporary Diet of Bowhead Whales (Balaena mysticetus) from the
Eastern Canadian Arctic Inferred from Fatty Acid Biomarkers"
By: Corinne Pomerleau, Veronique Lesage, Gesche Winkler, Bruno Rosenberg
and Steven H. Ferguson

"Thaw Settlement Hazard of Permafrost Related to Climate Warming in Alaska"
By: Eunkyoung Hong, Robert Perkins and Sarah Trainor

"Quality Assessment of Meteorological Data for the Beaufort and Chukchi
Sea Coastal Region using Automated Routines"
By: Martha D. Shulski, Jinsheng You, Jeremy R. Krieger, William Baule,
Jing Zhang, Xiangdong Zhang and Warren Horowitz

The March 2014 issue also contains a commentary by Nikolaus Ganter,
titled "Does Canada's New Fisheries Act Leave Some Arctic Fish or
Habitats Behind?"; four book reviews; a Letter to the Editor written by
Terry Audla and Duane Smith, titled "A Principled Approach to Research
and Development in Inuit Nunangat Starts with the People," which
comments on the Lakehead Manifesto commentary published in the June 2013
issue; and an obituary for John Martin Campbell, written by E. James

Peter Adams provides an entertaining history of the McGill Subarctic
Research Station as the InfoNorth essay.

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