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Beth Cowan Contributes to ArticNet’s Science to Policy in the Eastern Canadian Arctic

Beth Cowan was one of the contributing authors to ArticNet’s “From Science to Policy in the Eastern Canadian Arctic: an Integrated Regional Impact Study (IRIS) of Climate Change and Modernization” - Chapter 8: Coastal Environments and Drivers. The team of authors for this chapter was led by  Dr. Trevor Bell, professor of Memorial University of Newfoundland and Dr. Donald Forbes, emeritus of Geological Survey of Canada. Chapter 8 summarizes the  physical state and drivers of change in the Eastern Canadian Arctic including the effects of climate and sea-level change and their associated hazards.

Beth Cowan is a geologist based in Dillon's Yellowknife office and has been working in the Canadian Arctic for seven years. She contributed to this chapter through her research on sea-level change from eastern Nunavut (Qikiqtarjuaq, NU), conducted at Memorial University of Newfoundland for her Master’s thesis.

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