Science at the Top of the World - Studying the Lakes and Ponds of Wapusk National Park

Science at the Top of the World - Studying the Lakes and Ponds of 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. Waist-deep in the frigid lakes of Wapusk National Park, ecologist John Sweetman and his colleagues are finding that climate change is having an effect on the nutrient balance in the lakes and therefore on the plants and animals that live within them.

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

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