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Dalhousie Veterinarian Chris Harvey-Clark and Dal Biology students had a unique opportunity this week to work with a rare shark species when a specimen washed up on Nova Scotia's shores.
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Kimberley Davies and the quest to save the North Atlantic right whale.
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Dara Orbach on her experience working to determine cause-of-death for the deceased whales
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Two Dalhousie academics, Dr. Keith Thompson and postdoctoral fellow Shiliang Shan, received Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (CMOS) Awards in June 2017.
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Three Dalhousie graduate students are among the 2017 recipients of the Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships: Allison Chua (Oceanography), Hansen Johnson (Oceanography) and Timothy Disher (Nursing).
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Last week the Government of Canada announced new funding for research, led by Dal Earth Sciences Professor Grant Wach, on assessing methane emissions from old fossil fuel extraction sites in two Maritime provinces.
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Sailing onboard a tall ship isn’t new to Dalhousie’s Faculty of Science. For alumna and Masters student, Jessica Gould (BSc ’14, Marine Biology, Oceanography) she’s had the opportunity to sail many times, even onboard a tall ship.
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How did life end up on land? A recent paper, co-authored by Dr. Martin Gibling, uses trace fossils to examine the process of colonizing the earth.