Laurier’s Trail Valley Creek research site in the Northwest Territories Using ebee

May 31, 2019 • Reading Time: 1 minutes

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Laurier master’s student Branden Walker uses unmanned aerial vehicles (uav or drones) to study changes to the landscape at Trail Valley Creek, one of Laurier’s remote field sites in the NWT led by Geography and Environmental Studies Professor Phil Marsh. Learn more about Laurier’s renowned cold regions researchers at wlu.ca/academics/research/northern-research/.

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