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Post-Doc posting for Nova Harvest/Dr. Joyce

Several postdoc positions available that require strong laboratory skills in molecular biology, microbiology, biochemistry, bio-engineering and related discipline.

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Construction of the main building labs and offices begins.

While the ecologists and phycologists carried on with their course work amidst friendly rivalry, construction was taking place at the old cable station site. A ‘penthouse’ for offices was built on the roof as well as a complex seawater system, sewage treatment plant, and backup generators were installed. The wharves..Read More

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The first biodiversity surveys are conducted

Throughout 1969, UBC researchers Dr. Paul Harrison, Dan Pace, Ken Bailey, and others, camped out in the cable station building, conducting the early survey work. There was no power other than possibly a generator. Spooky noises like rushing wind and loud banging noises were heard at night on several occasions,..Read More

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Story 1 – Birth of Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre: The search for a site.

Early in 1969, a float plane meandered its way over the convoluted bays of western Vancouver Island’s coast as eager eyes peered from the window. Seaweed scientist Louis Druehl was one of those aboard. He was heading a search committee tasked with choosing the best spot to build a Canadian west coast marine science station…
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NATO Seaweed Conference

The participants in the 1980 NATO Seaweed Conference, likely the first international conference held at the Bamfield Marine Station.

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Director’s Residence

The Director’s Residence is open to all BMSC Staff and Clients, including undergraduate and graduate students, researchers and their research teams. We are committed to providing a friendly and welcoming environment for all BMSC Staff and clients on site, to foster communication and collaboration among our users.   The Director's Residence Code of Conduct (link)…
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A short video celebrating 50 years of excellence in research & education

This is the story of the Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre, which has grown as a result of a remarkable collaboration among 5 universities working together since 1969 to provide a field station on the west coast of Vancouver Island.

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The first Field Trip arrives from SFU.

The first visitors to the Bamfield Marine Station was a field trip from SFU. The week previous to their arrival, on March 14th 1972, the M.V. Vanlene ran aground off Austin Island, providing an opportunity to study the effects of an oil spill on the pristine shores.

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The first undergraduate field courses are held at BC Packers in West Bamfield.

The Bamfield Marine Station’s first courses were held at BC Packers in West Bamfield. In the beginning, starting with nothing, “we had to improvise everything,” says Dr. Louis Druehl, who still lives and works in Bamfield.

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Bamfield Cable station constructed

The Pacific Cable Board (PCB) Cable Station was constructed in 1902, and a second building in 1926, with Bamfield being the terminus of an underwater cable laid between Bamfield and Fanning Island, a tiny coral atoll in the middle of the Pacific.  

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