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Rivers to Oceans: next gen of estuarine scientists

Jun 12 2017   |   by

Their research is already making an impact with Fisheries and Oceans Canada and the Province of Prince Edward Island who are using CRI students’ data, tools and models to support management of marine protected areas and integrated marine management initiatives.

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CRI’s SINLAB leading the way in identifying global patterns in biodiversity interactions

May 18 2017   |   by

Researchers at CRI’s Stable Isotopes in Nature Laboratory (SINLAB) are using stable isotope analysis to contribute to the global understanding of biological diversity by measuring functional diversity of ecological communities across the globe.

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Ecogenomics: answering complex questions of ecosystem composition for fisheries’ conservation

Apr 26 2017   |   by

Dr. Scott Pavey is an emerging leader in the innovative field of ecogenomics. He uses ‘big data’ supercomputers to scan entire genomes from individual animals and fish as well as environmental samples (water and soil). This allows him to investigate at high resolution both the species present in aquatic ecosystems as well as how populations are connected and locally adapted to their

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Tracing contaminants of public health concern through aquatic food webs

Apr 07 2017   |   by

Researchers at the CRI are dedicated to understanding and advancing the science of aquatic ecosystem health. Dr. Karen Kidd and her team at the University of New Brunswick Saint John (UNBSJ) is making the link to human health by tracing the existence of persistent contaminants of public health concern in aquatic systems around the world.

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MSc Opportunity: Atlantic Salmon Radiotelemetry

Apr 06 2017   |   by

A highly motivated and independent M.Sc. student is sought to undertake a radiotelemetry project to understand movements and behaviour of adult Atlantic salmon in the Miramichi River, New Brunswick.

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