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A devastating storm struck southern Manitoba, Canada on 10–13 October 2019, producing a large region of mainly sticky and wet snow. Accumulations reached 75 cm, wind gusts exceeded 100 km h−1, and surface temperature (T) remained near 0°C (−1°C ≤ T ≤ 1°C) for up to 88 h. It produced the largest...
The Arctic sea ice is dramatically retreating in concentration, thickness, and duration. The larger and longer-lasting periods of open water will likely lead to increase trans-Arctic ship traffic, which then increases the risk of accidents and of pollutant spills. In this study, we focus on the...
Northern Baffin Bay is distinct due to the presence of the North Water Polynya, a region referred to as “Pikialasorsuaq” by Inuit in Greenland and “Sarvarjuaq” by Inuit in Canada. Surrounding communities rely on the polynya as hunting and shipping grounds for much of the year due to its lower...
Structures in the built environment that are serviceable under current climate conditions may experience problems in the coming decades as wind loads respond to anthropogenic climate change. Given the great uncertainty in the ability of current climate models to represent winds in the...
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