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Geospatial Technology - Environmental and Social Applications
The arctic and subarctic regions of Canada are experiencing amplified climate change impacts, which are disproportionately impacting Canadian indigenous populations' ability to safely travel on land to acquire resources. Less predictable and more dangerous travel conditions are impacting not only the health and safety of individuals but also the traditional lifestyles that are vital to the cultural well-being of these indigenous communities. The University of Waterloo's Computer Systems Groupdoi:10.5772/64212 fatcat:gvsikio53zgmfmzgvtd4rshq74