Publications

2016
Calmels F, Horton B, Roy LP, Lipovsky P, Benkert B. Assessment of Risk to Infrastructure from Permafrost Degradation and a Changing Climate, Ross River. Whitehorse: Northern Climate Exchange, Yukon Research Centre, Yukon College; 2016 pp. 100.PDF icon ross_river_permafrost_high-res_final.pdf
Calmels F, Doré G, Kong X, Roy LP, Lemieux C, Horton B. Vulnerability of the north Alaska Highway to permafrost thaw: Design options and climate change adaptation. Whitehorse: Northern Climate Exchange, Yukon Research Centre, Yukon College; 2016 pp. 132.PDF icon ah_yr4_report_finalproof_web.pdf
Horton B, Calmels F, Roy LP, Perrin A. Permafrost, buildings and climate change: Managing Ross River infrastructure in a moving landscape. 2016.PDF icon rr_adaptcanadaposter_final.pdf
2015
Calmels F, Roy LP, Laurent C, Pelletier M, Kinnear L, Benkert B, Horton B, Pumple J. Vulnerability of the North Alaska Highway to Permafrost Thaw: A Field Guide and Data Synthesis. Whitehorse: Northern Climate Exchange, Yukon Research Centre, Yukon College; 2015 pp. 130.PDF icon permafrost_report.pdf
2014
Horton B, Samuel J, Kavanaugh J, Laxton S, Benkert B, Samolczyk M. Hydrosecurity of the Yukon River Watershed - A collaborative research project with Yukon Energy. 2014.Abstract

The Northern Climate ExChange partnered with Yukon Energy Corporation in order to improve hydrometeorologic monitoring and advance research in the headwaters of the Yukon River. The overarching goal is to learn more about glacier contributions to river flow, and potential climate change impacts on the timing and volume of flow in the upper Yukon River Basin. Objectives have been achieved through a coordinated multidisciplinary field and modelling program. Funding has been provided by NSERC and Yukon Energy Corporation as part of an Applied Research and Development project.

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