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Research Positions

PhDUniversity of VictoriaRemote sensing of permafrost landscape changeLantz, T. and Fraser, R.
MScCarleton UniversitySustainable culvert design over degrading permafrost, Hudson Bay railwayKenny, S. and Beddoe, R.
MScUniversity of CalgaryStrength and consolidation behaviour of permafrost sedimentsHayley, J., Moorman B., Roy-Léveillée, P. and Gruber, S.
PhDUniversity of CalgaryGeomechanical properties of thawing permafrostHayley, J., Moorman B., Kenny, S. and Froese, D.
PhDCarleton UniversityRisk management of linear infrastructure in remote permafrost terrainKenny, S., Beddoe, R., Roy-Léveillée, P., Turetsky, M. and Calmels, F.
PhDCarleton UniversityQuantifying the ice and water content of permafrost with dielectric methodsGruber, S., Stillman, D., Hayley, J. and Fortier, D.
PhDCarleton UniversityInterpreting ground temperature and subsidence for improved quantification of permafrost changeGruber, S., Allard, M., Karunaratne, K. and Calmels, F.
PhDCarleton UniversitySimulation of permafrost change and quantification of confidence in resulting data productsGruber, S., Melton, J., Lantz, T. and Kokelj, S.
PhDLaurentian UniversityThaw pond initiation and evolution pathwaysRoy-Léveillée, P., Turetsky, M., Lantz, T. and Morse, P.
PhDLaurentian UniversityPermafrost and ground ice conditions in the Hudson Bay LowlandsRoy-Léveillée, P., Packalen, M., Wolfe, S. and Rabus, B.
MScLaurentian UniversityThaw-related landscape change in Weenusk Traditional TerritoryRoy-Léveillée, P., Packalen, M., Lantz, T. and Pulsifier, P.
MScLaurentian University
Land use planning and mass-wasting hazards near Fort SevernRoy-Léveillée, P., Beddoe, R. and Allard, M.
PhDCarleton UniversityUnderstanding and prediction of thaw-induced mass movements in steep mountainsGruber, S.
PhDCarleton UniversitySimulation-based climate services for permafrost environmentsGruber, S.
PhDUniversity of VictoriaProcess-based numerical modelling of permafrost systemsMelton, J., Rabus, B., Spence, C. and Goldblatt, C.

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