Lisa Matthes Thesis

This project includes all datasets that were collected within the PhD project with the same title by Lisa Matthes. Datasets were collected as part of two large system studies: a) Green Edge project in Baffin Bay in 2016, and b) Hudson Bay System Study (BaySys) in Hudson Bay in 2016 - 2018. This project includes physical, light and biogeochemical datasets that was collected during several field campaigns.

Data was presented in a PhD thesis and several publications:

  • Matthes, L.C. (2021). Light propagation in ice-covered environments: Seasonal progression and biological implications. PhD thesis.

  • Matthes, L.C., Mundy, C.J., L.-Girard, S., Babin, M., Verin, G. and Ehn, J.K. (2020). Spatial heterogeneity as a key variable influencing spring-summer progression in UVR and PAR transmission through Arctic sea ice. Front Mar Sci 7. Frontiers. DOI: http://doi.org/10.3389/fmars.2020.00183

  • Matthes, L.C., Ehn, J.K., L.-Girard, S., Pogorzelec, N.M., Babin, M. and Mundy, C.J. (2019). Average cosine coefficient and spectral distribution of the light field under sea ice: Implications for primary production. Elem Sci Anth, 7(1), p.25. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1525/elementa.363

  • Matthes, L.C., Ehn, J.K., Dalman, L.A., Babb, D.G., Peeken, I., Harasyn, M., Kirillov, S., Lee, J., Bélanger, S., Tremblay, J.-É., Barber, D.G., and Mundy, C.J. First observations of spring primary production in central Hudson Bay and the role of pertinent environmental factors. Elem Sci Anth (Under review).

Data Resources

Additional Info

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Abstract
Cite Project Matthes, L.C. 2021. "Light propagation in ice-covered environments: Seasonal progression and biological implications." 10.34992/pdgt-ss90. Canadian Watershed Information Network. V1.
Research Program Name PhD Thesis
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Project Keywords

Keywords Sea ice,Sea ice optics,Light transmission,Sea ice melt,spring phytoplankton bloom,Arctic primary production,Ice algae
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Project Status Inactive
Project DOI 10.34992/pdgt-ss90

Project License

License Name Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International
License URL https://spdx.org/licenses/
Terms of use This dataset is governed by CanWIN’s Terms of Use. You can view the full terms at https://lwbin.cc.umanitoba.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/CanWIN_DataPolicy_Nov2019.pdf
License Scheme Name SPDX

Principal Investigators

Name Matthes, Lisa C
Type of Name Personal
Email mattheslfoo(at) myumanitoba.ca
ORCID ID 0000-0002-7362-0417
Name Identifier Scheme URI https://orcid.org/
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Co-Investigators

Name Mundy, Cj
Role Supervisor
Affiliation (e.g Environment Canada) Centre for Earth Observation Science, University of Manitoba
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Name Identifier Scheme URI https://orcid.org/
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Name Ehn, Jens
Role Supervisor
Affiliation (e.g Environment Canada) Centre for Earth Observation Science, University of Manitoba
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Name Identifier Scheme URI https://orcid.org/
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Data Curator

Name Matthes, Lisa C.
Type DataCurator
Data Curator Email mattheslfoo(at) myumanitoba.ca
Affiliation (e.g Environment Canada) Centre for Earth Observation Science, University of Manitoba

Funding References

Award Title University of Manitoba Graduate Fellowship
Funder Name University of Manitoba
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Award Title University of Manitoba Graduate Enhancement of Tri-Council Stipend
Funder Name University of Manitoba
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Award Title International Graduate Student Scholarship
Funder Name University of Manitoba
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Award Title ABOL-CFL
Funder Name Canada Foundation for Innovation
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Award Title Green Edge campaign funding
Funder Name ANR (Contract #111112), CNES (project #131425), IPEV (project #1164), CSA, Foundation Total, ArcticNet, LEFE and the French Arctic Initiative
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Award Title BaySys funding
Funder Name This work is a contribution to the Natural Sciences and Engineering Council of Canada (NSERC) Collaborative Research and Development project: BaySys (CRDPJ 470028-14). Funding for this work, including field studies, was provided by NSERC, Manitoba Hydro, ArcticNet, Ouranos, Hydro Quebec, the Canada Excellence Research Chair (CERC) and the Canada Research Chairs (CRC) programs.
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Project Start 2016-01-16
Project End 2021-02-28
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Publisher Canadian Watershed Information Network (CanWIN), University of Manitoba
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Resource Category Collection
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