Senior Research Scientist
Shari Fox has over 25 years of experience working with Inuit on environmental research, from community-led research and monitoring, to large-scale international Arctic collaborations. Her research focuses on supporting Indigenous self-determination in research and co-production of knowledge. She has worked remotely from Kangiqtugaapik (Clyde River) Nunavut for many years and now works from both Nunavut and a base in Alberta, Canada. Fox is the co-founder of the Ittaq Heritage and Research Centre in Kangiqtugaapik, holds a research appointment at Carleton University, and she has been involved in many national and international Arctic science initiatives. These include Canada’s National Climate Assessment Indigenous Resilience Report, the Arctic Climate Impact Assessment (ACIA), the Arctic Human Development Report, and the Arctic Observing Network. She is passionate about strengths-based and action research at the community level and supporting Indigenous-led Arctic research. She is also passionate about learning from the land and being on the land, particularly as a long-time qimuksiqti (dog musher).
Arctic Rain on Snow Study (AROSS)
Research Coordination Network (RCN): Learning from Indigenous Community-Based Researchers Engaged in Science around the Arctic
Working with Inuit Elders and Youth to Identify, Document, Quantify, and Share Human-Relevant Environmental Variables (HREVs) in Clyde River, Nunavut