East Bay Island, featured by Ducks Unlimited’s Conservator

Ducks Unlimited is one of the funders of the work that we do on East Bay Island looking at the cumulative effects of parasites and contaminants on eider ducks. This month they are featuring the work in the Ducks Unlimited publication, the Conservator. http://www.conservator.ca/2015/03/warm-warnings/ Read more about how Ducks Unlimited is supporting work examining how […]

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Mercury and marine birds in Arctic Canada

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ArcticNet Annual Science Meeting – Inaugural Mentor Award, 2013, Halifax

Each year ArcticNet holds it Annual Science Meeting where many of the researchers who work in northern Canada come to exchange ideas, catch up on research plans and share results. The ArcticNet meeting in Halifax, in December 2013, marked the 9th year that ArcticNet has been bringing Arctic researchers in Canada together. And each year […]

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Canadian Science Policy Conference, Toronto, 2013

Science is not always field work, and being in the lab. Some of the work that researchers do is discussing policy, and through these discussions, help shape policy and thus the future of research. So, it is in this role that I attended the Canadian Science Policy Conference this week in Toronto (http://www.cspc2013.ca/). The purpose […]

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