Tracking the Tundra: Parks Canada’s Climate Crew SeriesThis title is a part of the series Parks Canada’s Climate Crew Series
Catalogue Number: PIV003
Producer: Pivotal Pictures Inc.
Producers: Saltarski, Kim
Directors: Hawes, Karen
Producing Agencies: Pivotal Pictures Inc.
Subject: Environmental Studies, First Nations Studies, Indigenous Peoples, Seniors, Social Studies
Grade Level: 6 - 8, 9 - 12
Country Of Origin: Canada
Copyright Year: 2023
Running Time: 6:19
Understanding permafrost and the changing tundra is a vital part to knowing what is really happening in our far north ecosystems.
Tundra is just one part of the puzzle to understanding how climate change is affecting the north. Parks Canada is working closely with Inuit communities to monitor how the tundra landscape is changing. By using science to establish trends we’ll be better equipped to track this changing ecosystem.
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