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Interview with Davidee Kooneeliusie

For thirty-four years Davidee Kooneeliusie has worked for Parks Canada. He regularly explores Auyuittuq National Park by foot, snowmobile and dogteam. Over his 34 years of work he has seen trails turn into rivers, glaciers recede, river ice levels drop, lake ice thickness decrease, snow levels decrease and new birds arrive. Davidee spoke with expedition […]

Fork Beard Glacier

The team at the Fork Beard Glacier The Global Warming 101 expedition team is mushing through Auyuittuq National Park on their way to Qikiqtarjuaq. The route climbs over Akshayuk pass. Numerous glaciers carve their way down from the Penny Ice Cap and surrounding peaks. Ironically, the name of the park translates to “the land that […]