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  • 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 […]

  • 2018 off to a great start!

    Some great things happening in CEELAB to kick off 2018. First, we welcome Liset Cruz Font who is doing a postdoc with WCS Canada and Constance O’Connor examining movement of Lake Sturgeon in the far north, and Nicole Turner, investigating Walleye movement ecology in Lake Winnipeg in collaboration with Fisheries and Oceans Canada. Victoria Langen […]

  • Welcome new members!

    We have a whack of new lab members starting in Sept 2017! Welcome to Andrew Milling, Kyle Stratton (joining us as an MSc student after completing his BSc thesis with us), Cam Leitrants (co-supervised with Rob Mackareth, OMNR) and Hannah Hancock (Orillia, co-supervised with Nanda Kanavilli). A couple of undergraduate thesis students look like they […]

  • Postdoctoral opportunity

    Interested in sturgeon movement ecology? Research in Northern Ontario? Looking for a postdoc? Follow this link for more details on an opportunity to explore this and more in our lab in collaboration with the Wildlife Conservation Society of Canada.

  • Scholarships

    Congratulations to all our students winning major scholarships this year. Sarah Warrack was awarded an NSERC CGS-M,  Victoria Langen was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Graduate Scholarship (OGS), and Graydon McKee, Marissa Wegher and Kyle Stratton all received North Shore Superior Awards. Well done gang!

  • Best undergraduate presentation!

    Congratulations to Kyle Stratton who won the best undergraduate presentation in the department of Natural Resources Management on Friday for his work on evaluating diversity and change in steelhead life histories across the north shore of Lake Superior. Way to go Kyle! All three of our undergraduates gave excellent presentations on Friday- Brennan Deboer in […]

  • New paper in Journal of Fish Biology

    A second paper from lab alumni Laura Murray was just accepted in the Journal of Fish Biology: Effects of respirometry methods on cortisol release in rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss, with co-authors Eva Enders and John Svendsen.