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 … Read More
Carleton study suggests that Diet Coke does not go well with fish! Many anglers believed in the myth that pouring carbonated beverages over fish gills could prevent bleeding. However, this recent study reveals that pouring diet coke over fish gills … Read More
Dr. Cooke advocates for the importance of balanced ecosystems by highlighting the importance of bird-fish interactions, “The more we learn about bird-fish interactions the more we realize that birds play important roles in structuring fish communities. Did you know that … Read More
The Cooke lab surveys recreational anglers in attempt to understand how the pandemic has impacted angling behaviour, see https://www.manitoulin.ca/carleton-university-surveys-anglers-fishing-habits/
The objective of this paper was to identify a mechanism to ensure the long-term stability of the Canadian Conference for Fisheries Research (or its spirit) in service of trainees and fisheries and aquatic science professionals in Canada.
Prepared by: Steven … Read More