The real picture, as shown by data, reinforces the need to closely study Canada's melting glaciers for streamflow projections.
Why managing BC’s forests according to their regional differences increases their ability to mitigate climate change.
Universities wanting to better support community wellbeing in relation to the climate crisis can now draw upon the findings of a new PICS-supported report, released in fall 2020.
Canada's iconic black spruce trees are growing much faster than they did 100 years ago .
Scientists are certain the oceans will rise up - but when, and by how much? Artificial intelligence could help inform the picture.
Understanding carbon life cycles and climate impacts unfolding deep in the woods.
BC's forestry sector could deliver significant carbon reductions - but climactic wildcards are at play.
PICS research is helping marine-power firms optimize undersea power-generation platforms.
With shovels, augers, and airborne lasers, Ben Pelto is improving the tools governments and utilities use to help plan for a changing climate.
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