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  • Good times at #IAGLR2017!

    The CEE lab was well represented at IAGLR 2017 in Detroit in May. Victoria presented her preliminary findings on isotopic changes in the offshore fish in Lake Simcoe, and Marissa presented her preliminary work showing spatial differences in rainbow smelt energy efficiency and growth rates across Lake Superior. She also won the ‘best visual’ award […]

  • 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 […]

  • GLATOS

    Graydon McKee presented some early findings from his study on Walleye telemetry in Black Bay at the GLATOS meeting in Ann Arbour Feb. 28th to March 1st. Great meeting, lots of exciting stuff going on with fish telemetry in the Great Lakes!

  • 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.

  • Wheels up for CCFFR 2017

    CEE Lab members are a day away from heading out to Montreal for the Canadian Conference for Fisheries Research (CCFFR) and the annual meeting of the Society for Canadian Limnologists (SCL). Mike Rennie, Lauren Hayhurst and Patrick Kennedy will all be presenting, and CEE Lab will live tweet from the event using the meeting hashtag […]

  • New CEE Lab paper in press

    CEE Lab aluma Laura Murray has a new paper in press with Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. The “Effect of nanosilver on cortisol release and morphometrics in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)” was accepted in November, 2016 and the abstract is currently available on the journal’s website.

  • New! Graduate biology seminar course for winter 2017

    Mike will be instructing a new graduate biology seminar course, Stable Isotope Ecology, this term at Lakehead University. The class will meet Wednesdays from 1-3 p.m. for discussions and readings of the applications of stable isotopes in ecological concepts, as we cover issues ranging from food web ecology to migration to mixing models. Registration is still […]

  • A new lab website!

    The rumours are true, we have a brand-spanking new website. Thrilled to see it in place. Thanks a ton to site creators Vincent Design for helping us get it up and running, and for the design of our awesome logo. Special shout out to MSc candidate Lauren Hayhurst for use of her brilliant photos on […]

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