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CBC: Northern bug study tracks climate change

Published: 13 May 2010

Teams of researchers and students from three Canadian universities are heading north this summer to study how climate change is affecting insect populations. Teams from the University of Toronto, McGill University and the University of Prince Edward will travel to several locations — including Lake Hazen, Nunavut; Goose Bay, N.L.; and Churchill, Man. — to replicate a study done 60 years ago.

Teams of researchers and students from three Canadian universities are heading north this summer to study how climate change is affecting insect populations. Teams from the University of Toronto, McGill University and the University of Prince Edward will travel to several locations — including Lake Hazen, Nunavut; Goose Bay, N.L.; and Churchill, Man. — to replicate a study done 60 years ago.

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