Photo Story: “A Day in the Life” at PEARL, The Polar Environment Atmospheric Research Laboratory at Eureka
– Photos by Dan Weaver, University of Toronto –
The Polar Environment Atmospheric Research Laboratory (PEARL) at Eureka, Nunavut is a scientific station fully equipped for specialised atmospheric measurements and situated in Canada’s far North only 1,100 km from the Pole.
For more details of the atmospheric and climate monitoring work conducted at PEARL, see the recent CMOS Bulletin story “PEARL at the Pole: An Update on Canada’s Polar Environment Atmospheric Research Laboratory”.
About the Photographer:
Dan Weaver is a PhD candidate at the University of Toronto researching water vapour measurement techniques at PEARL. He is also an educator and photographer. Highlights of his photography can be found on his website, www.danweaver.ca and on Instagram, www.instagram.com/danweaver_ca.