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January 2016

Posted by CRI Programs   |   January 22, 2016

Water Initiative for the Future: Graduate Student Conference July 2016

The Water Research Centre at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada is pleased to be hosting another successful Water Initiative for the Future (WatIF): Graduate Student Conference July 2016. Due to the overwhelming success at the first national WatIF Graduate Conference in 2014, the graduate student organizing committee has decided to host it another year but with some exciting news:…

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Posted by CRI Programs   |   January 21, 2016

Graduate student opportunities in the Canadian High Arctic

Graduate Student Opportunities: Impacts of Climate Change on Mercury, Carbon and Nutrient Cycling in the Canadian High Arctic

I  am  looking  for  motivated  graduate  students  for  an  exciting opportunity to study the impacts of climate change in the Canadian High  Arctic.  Potential  students  must  possess  a  keen  interest  in physical  geography,  biogeochemistry  and  environmental …

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Posted by CRI Programs   |   January 21, 2016

The Economics and Environmental Policy Research Network is seeking academic research projects

The Economics and Environmental Policy Research Network (EEPRN) is seeking academic research project proposals in the following research areas:

  • Policies for a Low Carbon Economy;
  • Innovation & Competitiveness;
  • Conservation (including species at risk protection);
  • Data Set Development & Linkages

This is an opportunity to:

  • Produce research to advance innovative policies…
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Posted by CRI Programs   |   January 11, 2016

Guest seminar by Dr. Michael R. van den Heuvel January 12

All are welsome to the guest seminar on Tuesday, January 12 @ 10AM in the UNB Biology Common Room (B27). The title of his presentation is “Linking land-use, stressor loads, and biological integrity in Southern Gulf of St. Lawrence estuaries”. This seminar is part of the process for an appointment as Adjunct Professor within our department. Dr. Michael R. van den Heuvel's application is…

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