|Two post-doctoral fellowships in Arctic Atmospheric Research|
| Two post-doctoral fellowships in Arctic Atmospheric Research (one in Composition Measurements and one in Satellite Validation) are available in the Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Physics Group at the University of Toronto. The closing date is 1 November 2013.
Details and instructions on how to apply can be found at:
|24 hours at PEARL|
| We have a new camera near the Ridge Laboratory at Eureka, which enables
the team to monitor the weather conditions on the Ridge. This is a short
time lapse movie of 24 hours at the Ridge Laboratory taken by the camera
on July 16th, 2013.|
| CANDAC published its September 2013 newsletter on "Seeing Way Up From PEARL".
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|Donating to PEARL|
| We have had a number of enquiries about donating funds to support
PEARL. We would invite you to consider a donation to the Foundation for
Climate and Atmospheric Sciences who have been vigorous
supporters of PEARL over many years. They would be happy to route funds
to activities in support of PEARL.
| Lisa LeBlanc|
| Dear colleagues and friends. We regret to inform that our Network Manager,
Lisa LeBlanc, passed away today, March 26, 2014. Words cannot express our
sorrow. Lisa will be truly missed...
|The Canadian ACE Arctic Validation Campaign 2014|
| Each spring, as the sun comes up at Eureka for the first time in four months, a group of researchers from the Universities of Toronto, York and Western Ontario travel to Eureka to make measurements of the atmosphere. The Canadian Arctic ACE Validation Campaign has been running at Eureka since 2004, and is now complemented by the suite of instruments installed at PEARL. Measurements made with CANDAC and ACE campaign instruments allow us to validate the measurements made by the ACE and OSIRIS satellite instruments and to study the processes occurring in the stratosphere. To follow the progress of
this year's campaign, please visit our website: http://acebox.uwaterloo.ca/eureka/|
|New Funding for PEARL Research |
| CANDAC is pleased to announce that Dalhousie University and Prof. James Drummond have been awarded a $5M grant over five years from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) for research in "Probing the Atmosphere of the High Arctic" (PAHA) that closely involves the PEARL facility. This funding began in February 2013. Funds will be used for PEARL operations and for science studies in collaboration with Environment Canada and other government departments. Full details of the announcement can be found on NSERC's web-site.
|CREATE Training Program in Arctic Atmospheric Science|
| The NSERC Collaborative Research and Training Experience Program (CREATE) provides students and postdoctoral fellows with training in Arctic Atmospheric Science, including the use of state-of-the-art instrumentation and analysis of large data sets.|
|CANDAC Education/Outreach Program|
| The CANDAC Outreach and Education Program began with a visit to Qarmartalik School in Resolute Bay, Nunavut in 2004, and has since expanded to the communities of Grise Fiord, Hall Beach, Igloolik, Iqaluit, Pond Inlet, as well as numerous communities in Southern Canada. Activities ranging from the ambitious Northern Experience Program undertaken as part of International Polar Year, to the current Student-Researchers Atmospheric Collaboration have brought students, communities, and researchers together in creative ways to enhance their learning experience, enthuse them about science, and inform them about the Arctic and Arctic issues. We have developed workshop programs appropriate for grades 1 to 12, on topics such as air pollution, ozone depletion, aerosols, climate change, Canadian satellites, space science, and weather.|