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New ocean work and study space opens at Dal
The Dal-led Ocean Frontier Institute moves into its new home in the third floor of the Steele Ocean Sciences Building. Take a look inside.
The Conversation: Marine heatwaves are getting hotter, lasting longer and doing more damage
Marine heatwaves have had little attention until recently, but they're already having large effects according to Oceanography Professor Eric Oliver and his colleagues.
New Irving Shipbuilding Research Chair at Dalhousie creates foundation for leadership in marine engineering
Mae Seto, an associate professor in Dalhousie’s Faculty of Engineering, has been appointed the Irving Shipbuilding Chair in Marine Engineering and Autonomous Systems — a new chair focused on fostering Canadian talent and leadership in marine engineering.
The Conversation: New fishing rules aim to protect Gulf of St. Lawrence right whales
After 17 North Atlantic right whales were killed or caught in fishing gear in the southern Gulf of St. Lawrence in 2017, the Canadian government set new rules for the snow crab and lobster fisheries. Postdoctoral Research Associate Kimberley Davies writes about what this will mean going forward.
European prince impressed by Dal‑led ocean research
The Dal-led Ocean Frontier Institute (OFI) rolled out the red carpet Tuesday for His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco, who had high praise for the institute’s research and its work to support sustainable ocean development.