Press in EOS on paper lead by HiLDEN contributor Andrew Cunliffe on linking structural and spectral measures of vegetation productivity on Qikiqtaruk-Herschel Island. Also some discussion of HiLDEN.
Press on Arctic coastal erosion monitoring paper lead by HiLDEN contributor/Team Shrub alum Andrew Cunliffe.
- The Great Global Species Shakeup, Torronto Star, December 2017
Article about how various members of the High Latitude Drone Ecology Network are using drones to understand vegetation changes including increases in shrubs and permafrost thaw in tundra ecosystems. Includes
- Capturing change in the Arctic, Vizzuality Blog, November 2017
Blog post about PhD student Jakob Assmann and his research using drones to understand tundra phenology and the correspondence between on-the-ground, drone and satellite observations of vegetation change.
- Indigenous knowledge and drone mapping to study Siberian Arctic, National Geographic, Oct 2017
Blog post about HiLDEN co-founder Jeff Kerby and many colleagues studying tundra change from a social-ecological perspective in Yamal, Russia.
- Rapid rate of coastal erosion on Herschel Island, CBC News, August 2017
Media coverage about the rapid rates of coastal erosion observed on the Arctic Coast of the Yukon at Qikiqtaruk – Herschel Island in the summer of 2017 – documented using drones by HiLDEN founders on Team Shrub (teamshrub.com).