UNBC Researchers Land Grants
Friday, July 8, 2016 @ 7:16 AM
Prince George, B.C.- Five UNBC researchers have been awarded a total of $453 thousand dollars from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada for their projects.(NSERC).
The research projects range from Coast mountain watersheds, computer sciences and forest response to climate change.
“The opportunity for our students, even at the undergraduate level, to conduct research with our outstanding faculty is one of the best recruiting tools we have,” said UNBC President Dr. Daniel Weeks.
The grants will provide funding for scholarships, fellowships, research supplements and equipment grants to support researchers and students.
Here is the money maker,”The research projects range from Coast mountain watersheds, computer sciences and forest response to climate change.”
Climate change, are they inferring climate change is something new. These indoctrinated scientists seem to be confused.
It would be really nice if our government, scientists and academia would tell the truth about what is really going on regarding our changing climate. Look at the hazy white skies over our City. You can see the planes flying over, spraying the aerosol to manage solar radiation, in the morning, aft (about 1:30 today) and evening. Don’t believe geoengineering is happening? Look up the UN and geoengineering – you’ll see that countries and scientists are asking for it to stop, the anti-geoengineering legislation in Rhode Island. Look at the tree die-off in our community. The tops of birch trees and the aspen stands that have either died or been denuded of leaves. Legal action was filed in March in Canada to halt the practice of geoengineering
The tinfoil hat crowd has fully infiltrated 250 news forums..
Great to see federal dollars going into science once again . The coast mountain tops are rife with Pink snow mold (fungus ) .
I have skied those areas for six decades and have noticed no difference. There can I get a grant with my long term first hand knowledge of the area.
How would you see the mold if you are up there skiing? It grows under the snow and is only visible after the snow goes. Do you ski on alpine?
With global warming and rapid snow / ice melt, this is not an uncommon sight:
It’s hard to believe that someone in the alpine has not seen it .
Actually it grows on a thin layer of water on top of the snow . It creates its film of water by capturing energy from the sun . It doesn’t grow on groomed runs . It’s moving north at an unprecedented rate . It also likes co2 .
Proof your lack proof as usual. Hey any more stories on your solar system.
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