The BMSC Star, Volume 1 – December 2019
Undergraduate Research Fellowship students investigate reducing the spread of invasive European green crab larvae
Undergraduate Research Fellowship students investigate reducing the spread of the invasive European Green Crab larvae when shipping oyster seed to new farms and markets.
BMSC Alumna, Brett Howard (SFU) and authors, report that the invasive green crab, Carcinus maenas, significantly reduces the density of ecologically important marine plant ecosystems.
Attend Canada’s premier coastal research and training facility, where we offer unique field courses in coastal and marine sciences and other disciplines during the Summer and Fall semesters.
Today we received notice of not one, but TWO publications arising from undergraduate research conducted during summer and fall course activities here at BMSC!
The dedicated staff at the Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre and the community of Bamfield are profoundly saddened by the news that two students have passed away as a result of a bus crash mid-Island on the way to study at the Bamfield Marine Science Centre.
Leya Tess Anderson is the artist behind the beautiful videos featuring our 2019 summer field courses.
Kaitlin will be joining the BMSC in August under the supervision of Dr. Christopher Cameron (Université de Montréal) to study the sea lice of Pacific salmon, and whales.
Microplastic particles can easily sneak into our bodies undetected through food or when we breathe air containing microplastics, says BMSC Alunmus, Kieran Cox, a UVic marine biology PhD candidate in Francis Juanes’ lab.
Shannon Mendt, a Masters student from Thompson Rivers University, is investigating the effect that energy reserves have on the mortality of juvenile intertidal invertebrates.