Cumulative Impact Monitoring Program (CIMP)

Videos - NWT CIMP

Boots on the Ground: Traditional Knowledge Monitoring of Caribou

Caribou are essential to the way of life of Indigenous northerners. With the recent decline in the Bathurst caribou herd, having the best possible traditional, local and scientific information is necessary to help us understand the cumulative impacts that may have led to this change.

Wildfire Impacts on the North Slave Region Ecosystem

This video highlights a NWT CIMP-funded project conducted by Mike Pisaric of Brock University to examine the cumulative impacts of two important agents of disturbance  drought and forest fires and their effects on forests and aquatic systems in the North Slave Region. 

Overview of the NWT Cumulative Impact Monitoring Program (NWT CIMP) 

Disturbance impacts on streams within the Sahtu

Disturbance impacts on streams within the Sahtu is a short video about environmental monitoring NWT CIMP scientist Krista Chin has been conducting in the Sahtu Region, in partnership with the Sahtu Renewable Resources Board. This project aims to develop an understanding of the cumulative impact of various disturbances on aquatic systems in watersheds draining the eastern foothills of the Central Mackenzie Valley.