These data will be used to establish a contemporary baseline of kelp distribution, with the goal to predict kelp decline and/or recovery under future climate scenarios.
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The Leander Lab is discovering the weird and wonderful world of microscopic organisms!
It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Cliff Haylock.
It’s been 50 years since we first hosted our first university field courses in 1972!
Dr. Chris Wood’s lab investigates how marine animals respond to changing climate and ocean environmental stresses
Research taking place at the BMSC
How do these ‘ancient fish’ respond to climate change?
Dr. Higham and his lab are investigating how genes from different populations of stickleback affect movement while feeding.
They are here investigating the factors that might influence the response of organisms to stressors such as sociality, water chemistries, and parasites.
This prestigious award recognizes individuals whose contributions promotes the advancement of environmental sciences, education in the field, and use of science in environmental policy and decision-making.
Dr. Chris Neufeld leaves behind an Education Unit primed to overcome new challenges.