The Marine Affairs Program is pleased to announce the schedule for its 13th annual Making Waves event on December 5th and 6th. This year’s event, spanning the Arctic to the Caribbean, features an exciting schedule of Graduate Research Project presentations by the 2019 class of Master of Marine Management students, on topics ranging from environmental protection, shipping, aquaculture, conservation, fisheries and marine debris, climate change, health and seafood policy, and Indigenous knowledge and rights.
Please join us in Room 1009, Kenneth C. Rowe Management Building, 6100 University Avenue, 9:00-2:30, on December 5th and 6th. For the complete schedule and abstracts, please see Making Waves Schedule & Abstracts. We look forward to seeing you!
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- Making Waves 2019
- Sustainable Oceans 2019 ‑ One Ocean, Infinite Connections
- Building relationships for research in Nunatsiavut
- Aquaculture in Canada: partnering for a sustainable tomorrow
- Climate change and sustainable fish production in Europe
- Making Waves 2018: Marine Management student's research presentations
- Assessing Coastal Restoration Needs in Nunavut: DFO Coastal Restoration Fund Project Announced
- Traditional Land‑use Knowledge of Canadian Arctic Inuit