Faculty of Science  –  News
Friday, January 26, 2018
The 3rd volume of Current Tides is now available. This student-led magazine, which was chief-edited by CERC.OCEAN PhD student Lorenza Raimondi, features the ongoing interdisciplinary research in the Department of Oceanography at Dalhousie University.
Liz Kerrigan  –  News
Monday, November 27, 2017
A new paper has been published in the journal of Ocean and Coastal Management looking into the public perceptions of threats to the ocean and marine protection around the world.
Plymouth University  –  News
Thursday, November 2, 2017
Dr. Wallace was awarded the Silver Medal of the Plymouth Marine Science and Education Foundation and gave a public lecture on monitoring the ocean’s deep breathing in the Labrador Sea.
Ryan McNutt  –  News
Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Minister Bains announced the Ocean supercluster, which includes Dalhousie University, as one of the 9 finalists in a $950-million "supercluster" program, an initiative to foster innovation and create jobs in five specialized hubs across the country.
CBC News  –  News
Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Ocean supercluster named one of 9 finalists in a $950-million government contest where the government received 50 proposals from more than 1,000 firms and 350 participants.
Liz Kerrigan & Lorenza Raimondi  –  News
Thursday, September 21, 2017
CERC.OCEAN PhD student Lorenza Raimondi attended the 10th International Carbon Dioxide Conference in Interlaken, Switzerland and was awarded with a prestigious student poster award.
Michele Charlton & Meaghan Bartlett  –  News
Monday, July 31, 2017
Three Dalhousie graduate students, including CERC.OCEAN's own PhD student Allison Chua, are among the 2017 recipients of the Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships.
Doug Wallace  –  News
Monday, July 17, 2017
The CERC.OCEAN group is proud to support the Canada C3 mission by loaning one of our sea-going laboratory containers to support marine microbiological and eDNA research throughout the voyage
Paul Palmeter  –  News
Monday, July 17, 2017
A highly advanced ocean sensor is back on land after spending more than a year monitoring the waters of the Labrador Sea. "It's the only one of its kind in the world so it is a very unique machine and we are very happy to have it back and in perfect condition," said Doug Wallace, a Dalhousie University oceanography professor.
Sebastian Haas  –  News
Wednesday, July 12, 2017
PhD student Sebastian Haas and MSc student Lin Cheng travelled to the Bras d'Or Lakes in Cape Breton to study the chemistry and biogeochemical processes present in Whycocomagh Bay.
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