High Arctic research station forced to close - 2012-02-28

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F182.png High Arctic research station forced to close February 28, 2012, CBC News

Canada's northernmost research laboratory is shutting down due to lack of funding.

The Polar Environment Atmospheric Research Laboratory (PEARL) in Eureka, Nunavut, which made key measurements last winter used to detect and analyze the largest ozone hole ever detected over the Arctic, will cease year-round operations on April 30. At that time, its equipment will be removed and the building will remain available only for intermittent, short-term projects.

The Polar Environment Atmospheric Research Laboratory is located at Eureka, Nunavut on Ellesmere Island, at a latitude of 80 degrees north. (CANDAC)

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{{cite news | title = High Arctic research station forced to close | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/high-arctic-research-station-forced-to-close-1.1171728 | work = CBC News | date = February 28, 2012 | accessdate = January 24, 2020 }}