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COVID19 reduces ship traffic and creates a quieter than usual environment for whales and marine life, according to new findings from research led by Dal oceanography professor David Barclay.
Over the past week, I recognize the challenges and changes we continue to face as we manage the impacts of COVID-19 at Dalhousie University.
The newly formed Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences provides room for growth for students and researchers interested in looking at the interface between human activities and the Earth.
Eric Oliver is helping understand the increasing occurrence — and intensity — of marine heatwaves in the ocean. In his Sciographies episode, he also shares his hope for a future in which traditional ways of knowing are combined with scientific data to conduct research with meaningful impact for Indigenous communities and partners.
John Gosse's research has brought him to the Andes, the Rockies and the Himalayas to study how landscapes change and form over time. Hear about how his research contributes to our understanding around the risk and prediction of natural disasters.
Who really has the right to determine how countries manage their fisheries? Economist Megan Bailey with the Marine Affairs program explores this question and more in this Sciographies excerpt.