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  • Digging out…

    After three major dumps of snow, it was time to move the lab vehicles so that the grounds crew could plow our section of parking lot. Also, good excuse to scrape the 2-ish feet of snow off the trucks that have accumulated in the past month 😳 . Thanks to everyone for helping dig out!

  • Cool new toy for the CEElab

    Well, we finally got our new Trident ROV to help us with doing sculpin and crayfish counts as part of our Mysis recolonization experiment (SHRRIMP). Our main pilot for the project this year has been Ty Colvin,  superstar undergraduate student at Lakehead University. Collecting the data meant driving out for 2 weekends in a row […]

  • Mysis in motion!

    Our ecosystem restoration project focused on the recolonization of Mysis is officially underway. We successfully managed to capture 10,000 Mysis from Lake 224 and add them to Lake 223. If you want to read more about the experiment, you can check it out here. Here’s a good twitter thread on how that all went down last […]

  • CEELab Classic 2018!

    Kudos to the brave members of the lab (including honorary members) who braved the chunky ice for a solid game of shinny out on Lake Tamblyn! Might be the last time skates hit that ice this year (after an hour we were skating on slush) but still a good time (once we found the ice […]

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