Lab research in the news: New research confirms Arctic travel riskiest in spring and fall

McGill Geography MA student Dylan Clark’s masters research was in the news this week. Dylan’s work, which builds on environmental epidemiology tools to model weather impacts on search and rescue events in the Arctic, was published recently in the journal Public Health. Dylan is supervised by Dr. James Ford, and Dr. Lea Berrang Ford was a committee advisor for his quantitative analysis.

See the CBC article here.

See the research article here.