Tracking Glaciers: Parks Canada’s Climate Crew SeriesThis title is a part of the series Parks Canada’s Climate Crew Series
Catalogue Number: PIV005
Producer: Pivotal Pictures Inc.
Producers: Saltarski, Kim
Directors: Hawes, Karen
Producing Agencies: Pivotal Pictures Inc.
Subject: Canadian World Studies, Environmental Studies, First Nations Studies, Indigenous Peoples, Science, Social Studies, Tech/Voc
Grade Level: 6 - 8, 9 - 12
Country Of Origin: Canada
Copyright Year: 2023
Running Time: 7:00
Science and Inuit knowledge are helping us better understand glacial melt vs accumulation in the most northern part of the country.
We can see the glaciers are receding, but understanding the rate and how it’s occurring is key to supporting local ecosystems and the communities that rely on them. Parks Canada is using science and local Inuit knowledge to better understand this vital landscape.
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