Information Session for the 2024 Arctic Field Ecology Course
The Department of Biology, University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) held an Information Session for the Arctic Field Ecology course set to unfold in the summer of 2024.
This unique venture will transport students to the pristine wilderness near Churchill, Manitoba, situated on the shores of the majestic Hudson Bay.
At the heart of this immersive experience lies the Churchill Northern Studies Centre (CNSC), a renowned hub for scientific exploration in the northern realms (https://churchillscience.ca/). The 0.5-credit summer field course promises to be a gateway to the Arctic's edge, offering an unparalleled opportunity to study its ecosystems up close.
Participants will delve into the intricacies of arctic and subarctic landscapes, gaining firsthand insights into the dynamics of tundra, treeline, and boreal forest habitats. As they navigate through these awe-inspiring environments, students will have the chance to observe and study the unique vegetation and wildlife that call these northern reaches home.
This venture not only promises an academic adventure but also an unforgettable journey into the heart of some of the Earth's most captivating landscapes. The Arctic Field Ecology Info Session is a call to all those who dream of exploring the farthest corners of our planet and understanding its ecosystems in ways only possible through direct immersion.
See you on Nov 23, 2023!