The Arctic Landscape Conservation Cooperative (LCC) conducts applied science and develops tools to support conservation and responsible resource development in the Arctic. Our research addresses understanding and projecting changes in permafrost, vegetation, hydrology and climate to inform habitat conservation and sustainable infrastructure planning. The geographic scope ranges across North America from Alaska to Labrador.
Find out more about the Imiq Hydroclimate Database and Data Portal on the Imiq project page.
Go to the Arctic LCC Logos page to download the logo.
We’ve developed a tool that helps biologists map polar bear denning habitat on the Arctic coast. They can use the maps to help industry avoid disturbing bears and their cubs during winter.
Maps depicting the general boundaries of the Arctic LCC are available on the Arctic LCC Boundary Maps page. The maps are available in formats suitable for both presentations and printing.