Science at the Top of the World - Field Work: Analyzing Water from Wapusk National Park

Science at the Top of the World - Field Work: Analyzing Water from Wapusk National Park

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This short documentary is part of the Science and the Top of the World series, which profiles the eco-systems of the Canadian Arctic and the people who study, monitor, and live in them. This vignette asks: how much information can you glean from a bucket of water? A whole lot, it turns out. Northern ecologist John Sweetman explains how researchers at Wapusk National Park are getting a clearer picture of the ongoing changes to the park by analyzing the water of its many lakes.

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Credits
  • director
    Patrick McGowan
  • writer
    Patrick McGowan
    P.J. Naworynski

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