While several projects were altered by the unpredictable circumstances this year, Dr. Cooke managed to continue collecting data by recruiting his kids, “Cooke and his kids turned their summer getaway into a productive scientific endeavour. The three boys were put to work in their little boat on their cottage lake helping dad tag fish and gather data.”, to find out more, check out this CBC article!
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