This section is a bit of a grab-bag of current resources we have created and want to share and older resources that need a home. Check back as it develops.
Resources available through this website
- Ecosystem Status and Trends Assessment for Canada (ESTR). A selection of reports from this major assessment of status and trends of Canada’s ecosystems and biodiversity
- Community and Citizen Science Resources. Resources for developing field programs.
- Caribou-related Resources. Report and bibliography produced for CARMA: CircumArctic Rangifer Monitoring and Assessment Network
- yourYukon Series 1 Archive. An archive of 456 newspaper columns on science in Canada’s Yukon Territory, many written by Claire. We are putting the columns on this site gradually, as time permits. Click the title to see how far we have got—and please keep coming back
- Unclassified. Papers and projects by ES&P associates
ES&P work elsewhere on the web
- Dispatches from the Peanut Gallery. A blog post from Sci/Why, in which Claire muses on the differences and similarities encountered in writing about science for adults and children.
- Slipping through the cracks: life linked to ice. “Recent changes in Arctic sea ice cover – driven by rising air temperatures – have affected the timing of ice break-up in spring and freeze-up in autumn, as well as the extent and type of ice in different areas. Joan Eamer and Courtney Price explain what that means to life on the ice….” Article in WWF’s magazine, The Circle (2013:2).
- Seaweed Economics 101: Boom and Bust in the North Atlantic. A feature article by Claire Eamer in Hakai Magazine, examining the past, present, and future of the seaweed industry around the North Atlantic.