Dr. Cooke visits the UBC-Carleton-DFO team in BC to assist with tagging sockeye salmon. (Aug 2017)… Read More
Dr. Cooke contributes to the “Voices of the College ” for the Royal Society of Canada (Aug 2017)
Cooke lab’s research paper (Elmer, L. K., Kelly, L., Rivest, S., Steell, C., Twardek, W., Danylchuk, A. J., Arlinghaus, R., Bennett, J. R., Cooke, S. J. (2017). Angling into the future: Ten commandments for recreational fisheries science, management, and … Read More
Past and current members of FECPL attend the International Conference on Fish Telemetry in Cairns, Australia.
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“Scientific data used to be accessible only through university subscriptions to specialized journals. But these days, there’s a push to remove those limitations and make it … Read More
NSERC CRD team met in Castlegar BC with partners from BC Hydro, UBC, U Alberta and U Waterloo to discuss progress related to fish entrainment and gas bubble disease (June 2017)
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“COBOURG – Three students from Carleton University’s Fish Ecology and Conservation Physiology Lab are nearly done wrapping up a two-month study on the migration biology of a white suckers and lamprey.
The principal investigator is Dr. Steven Cooke and … Read More
Dr. Cooke attends the American Fisheries Society workshop on improving the relevancy of AFS publications in Reno, Nevada (May 2017)… Read More
The Canadian Centre had a successful year in 2016, securing new contracts with Canadian Government authorities, increasing its number of team members, gaining recognition from the Canadian fisheries and aquatic science community and increasing its publication output. In 2016, the … Read More
“Here are the details of the study:
- Canadian Grad student Chris Pullen did his thesis project on how long do fishing lures/hooks stay in