The United Nations’ (UN) 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development defines the formidable challenge of integrating historically separate economic, social, and environmental goals into a unified ‘plan of action for people, planet, and prosperity.’ The 2017 Global Environmental Change article entitled … Read More
FECPL hosts successful Beneath the Waves film festival.
In collaboration with Austin Gallagher from Beneath the Waves, Lab manager Jessica Taylor and PhD student Amanda Jeanson organized a hugely successful film festival this week at Carleton University. The festival was attended by over 100 people including members of … Read More
FECPL Students Attend Carleton Anniversary Event at Queen’s Park, Toronto.
FECPL PhD students Andrew Rous and Jill Brooks attended an anniversary event at Queen’s Park this week. They displayed their fish telemetry research to Carleton alumni, faculty, donors and Provincial Members of Parliament. The event was part of the University’s … Read More
FECPL received over $1million in funding from CFI for fish telemetry and water quality equipment to study the Great Lakes.
Our lab received over $1million in funding from CFI for fish telemetry and water quality equipment to study the Great Lakes. In fact, this is just the Carleton portion with an additional $6million going to our collabs at other universities … Read More
Cooke Lab participates in the Ocean Tracking Network annual meeting at Dalhousie University
Cooke Lab participates in the Ocean Tracking Network annual meeting at Dalhousie University.
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COOKE LAB HOSTS LAB RETREAT AT THE QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY BIOLOGICAL STATION
On Friday September 29th, the Cooke Lab hosted the first (soon to be annual!) Cooke Lab Retreat at the beautiful Queen’s University Biological Station. 30 people, including current students, lab alumni, and long-time collaborators Julie Claussen and … Read More
Unnatural Surveillance: How Online Data Is Putting Species at Risk-Yale Environment 360
Dr Cooke featured in Yale Environment 360 article…
“While there is no proof yet of a widespread problem, experts say it is often in researchers’ and equipment manufacturers’ interests to underreport abuse. Biologist Steven Cooke of Carleton University in Canada … Read More
Dr. Steven Cooke offers his advice on bass fishing as Angelo prepares for the Berkley B1 pro bass tournament on Lake St Francis.
Dr. Steven Cooke interviewed on the Outdoor Journal Radio station
Dr. Steven Cooke from the Cooke Lab at Carleton University offers his advice on bass fishing as Angelo prepares for the Berkley B1 pro bass tournament on Lake St Francis.… Read More
Swedish sport fishing magazine wrote a notice on Cooke study in Lakselva
Swedish sport fishing magazine wrote a notice on Cooke study in Lakselva.
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“Anglers’ curiosity spurs fish recovery research” Great Lakes Echo
Research inspired by anglers’ curiosity was recently featured in Great Lakes Echo…
“Scientists had been tagging walleye in the region with trackers for six years beginning in 2011 and began receiving the pictures not long after, said Richard Kraus, … Read More