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Student Projects & Reports

Guidelines for student projects & report submission Project Proposal Form - Summer Courses Project Proposal Form - Summer Project Proposal Form - Fall Semester Project Proposal Form - Fall Project Proposal Form - Observer Project Proposal Form - Observer Report Style Guide This document provides detailed instructions on the formating and structure of your student's…
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No, we have not forgotten you, Alan

A Vancouver Island marmot who made his way to Bamfield was shortly thereafter returned to his mountain habitat, without even getting to surf. Follow Alan’s Titter feed @BamfieldMarmot. photos: J, Reynolds

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Summer seminar, Wed, Aug 5, 7pm

Title: “Peeling out predation intensity: can repair frequency be a useful proxy towards understanding predation?” Location: RIX Centre.

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How gooseneck barnacles mate despite having ‘unusually short’ penises.

Gooseneck barnacles (Pollicipes polymerus) have evolved novel mating strategies in the wave-swept intertidal.

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Dr. Bill Milsom

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Research Site Registry

Located just inside the library, the Research Site Registry helps to protect established research sites from people considering or conducting research in the same area. It also informs new researchers of previous work that could affect research being considered. Researchers are also encouraged to consult the registry before establishing new research sites.Students at BMSC are…
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Heather J. Alexander

Research Associate Communications My research interests lie in the diversity and evolution of sex determining mechanisms. I am also interested in the evolutionary processes that generate divergence within and among populations, potentially leading to speciation. Most recently, I was Research Associate, working with Dr. Brad Anholt at the Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre (BMSC). We have…
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Summer seminar, July 30, 7pm

Title: “Spatial ecology and energetics of seabirds facing climate change and fisheries”. Location: RIX Centre.

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Anatomical interpretations of fossils tested using acorn worms found at Cape Beale

BMSC researchers Karma Nanglu and Dr. Chris Cameron (BMSC Alumnus, PhD) examine the validity of anatomical interpretations of a Burgess Shale enteropneust.

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