There were many team members (past and present) at the meeting. Dr. Cooke assumed the role of President of SCAS and will hold that position until the next SCAS meeting in February 2024 in Fredericton. … Read More
PhD student Jessica Robichaud discusses her turtle research with CBC Radio
https://www.cbc.ca/listen/live-radio/1-193-fresh-air/clip/15946967-what-turtles-ontario-winters… Read More
Canadian Centre for Evidence-based Conservation Call for Questions – submit your questions on Tipping Points and Cumulative Effects (November 2022)
The Canadian Centre for Evidence-Based Conservation and the FECPL at Carleton University are developing a research agenda on tipping points and cumulative effects in marine, terrestrial and freshwater systems and associated socio-economic systems. This research agenda will identify current knowledge … Read More
Dr. Cooke to be inducted as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada
Dr. Cooke to be inducted as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada at the Celebration of Excellence and Engagement in Calgary in November 2022. https://carleton.ca/biology/2022/dr-steve-cooke-elected-to-the-royal-society-of-canada/… Read More
The Canadian Centre for Evidence-Based Conservation received the Ricker Resource Conservation Award from the American Fisheries Society (August 2022)
Steven Cooke, founder of The Canadian Centre for Evidence-Based Conservation, accepting the award at #AFS152 Opening Plenary.… Read More
Cooke Lab members reconnect at the CCFFR/SCL/SCAS meeting in Vancouver
Lab members (past and present) connected in Vancouver at the CCFFR/SCL/SCAS meeting after a two year pause due to COVID (February 2022).… Read More
Hakai Magazine covers salmon research by Cooke Lab.
Dr. Cooke named Highly Cited Researcher for 2021 (Nov 2021).
For two consecutive years now, Dr. Cooke has been recognized as a Highly Cited Researcher by Clarivate Analytics – a distinction that is awarded to researchers with multiple publications that rank in the top one percent of their field in … Read More