Ocean ‘conveyor belt’ brings billions of plastic particles into Arctic waters – CBC report on recent findings that the ocean currents are carrying plastics to the Arctic regions (April 2017).
Plastic hurting Canada’s loons, ducks and geese – Environmental Health reports on recent findings of plastic and other anthropogenic debris in freshwater birds (August 2016).
Seabirds are dumping pollution-laden poop back on land – The Smithsonian.com highlights how seabirds are acting as vectors of marine contaminants to return to terrestrial ecosystems, and the impacts they might have in their The Age of Humans: Living in the Anthropocene series (November 2015).
Research at East Bay Island featured on DU – Duck’s Unlimited’s magazine, The Conservator, features our work on East Bay Island as part of a series looking at the work done by DU fellowship winners (March 2015).
Guest Post on Science Borealis – During Polar Week 2014 APECS members took over Science Borealis. I wrote a guest post about polar seabirds, Arctic seabirds, canaries of global change (March 2014).
On Working with Inuit to Study Eider Ducks – Short video of Jennifer produced by Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) at the International Polar Year Science meeting in Montreal, Canada (May 2012).
Plenty of plastics in Canada’s Arctic birds – An article written by Margaret Munro featuring Jennifer and her work done on assessing plastics in northern marine birds (March 2011).
Canadian Science Policy Conference – An short video from the Canadian Science Policy conference (November 2014).