On Wednesday November 7th, 2018 approximately 50 people came together to celebrate the successes of year 1 of the NSERC Strategic Partnership Grant with Parks Canada, entitled “Science to support Parks Canada’s historic Rideau and Trent-Severn waterways to … Read More
Cooke Lab organized a session on enabling interdisciplinarity for the next generation on behalf of the Royal Society of Canada at the Canadian Science Policy Conference (Nov 2018)… Read More
Recent PhD graduate Dr. Robert Lennox awarded Governor General’s Medal in recognition of his PhD studies See: https://newsroom.carleton.ca/
With funding from NSERC’s Aboriginal Ambassador in the Natural Sciences and Engineering award and support from the Gingolx Village Government’s Education Department, Andrea Reid returned to Gingolx, B.C. to host a second Salmon Science Camp. Her work was featured on … Read More
This fall, FECPL’s boat electrofisher is being used for various projects and courses. Below, Moumen Youssef provides an overview of electrofishing.
Electrofishing is used as a scientific survey method to sample fish populations and determine a variety of factors including … Read More
Dr. Cooke has been selected at the TD Walter Bean Visiting Professor in the Environment at the University of Waterloo for 2018/2019.… Read More
Moumen Youssef is an undergraduate student studying environmental science at Carleton University. As part of his studies, he assisted with field work for FECPL’s collaborative project examining American Eel migration on the Ottawa River. Below, he provides an overview of … Read More
Dr. Cooke attends the kickoff meeting for the HYCANOR project funded by the Norwegian Science Council. This project will enable our team to participate in exchanges and training sessions with Norwegian colleagues on topics related to sustainable hydropower. June 2018.… Read More
An Icelandic sportfishing magazine recently featured heart rate logger research conducted by Tanya Prystay.