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 presented at CCFFR in Edmonton this month, showing some really interesting recent changes in the offshore food web based on stable isotopes, and I presented some of the work coming out of the aquaculture experiment at ELA. Finally, Stephen Slongo successfully defended his thesis on the effects of winter hydro releases on Brook Trout redds. Never a dull moment in the CEE Lab!

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