Improving understanding and prediction of water flow and storage processes in the thawing, peatland-dominated southern fringe of discontinuous permafrost.
Quantifying the flux and storage of water and energy through mineral soil uplands in low relief, discontinuous permafrost terrain.
Examining the impact of wildfires on peat, runoff processes and pathways, and the quality of water draining to downstream ecosystems.
Establishing adaptation plan to ensure community food security and to build resilience through collaborative work.
Community-based mapping and monitoring project enabling community members record impacts of environmental change and developments on the land.
Surveying general health and mercury levels in fish in response to community questions regarding fish population status and variable mercury levels in regional lakes.
Generating shared knowledge about the community’s capacity to engage in land and water stewardship and build greater capacity.
Supporting communities to conduct strategic planning for Dehcho K’éhodi land and water stewardship, including Indigenous Guardians.