Dr. Heather Jamniczky will speak about: “The devil is in the details: quantitative morphology reveals new insights into evolutionary history of threespine stickleback”.
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Dr. Sisk and Dr. Palen will speak about: “Oil sands, hydropower and wildfire: Leveraging science for policy innovation”.
Dr. Don Levitan will speak about: “Love and jealousy in sea urchins: sexual selection and the evolution of gamete recognition proteins”.
NSERC PromoScience provides financial support for organizations working with young Canadians that use hand-on learning experiences to promote an understanding of science.
“Sharks modulate their escape behavior in response to predator size, speed and approach orientation”. Scott Seamone, Tristan Blaine, and Timothy E. Higham.
Iain is an assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Victoria who teaches the Historical Ecology and Coastal Archaeology class at BMSC and has an additional affiliation with the Hakai Institute. Iain conducts research on ancient coastal ecosystems through analysis of First Nations’ harvested animal remains. He enjoys working collaboratively with…
Tom Sisk teaches Conservation Biology at BMSC and at his home institution, Northern Arizona University, where he is the Olajos-Goslow Chair in Environmental Science and Policy. Tom’s research interests span many areas of environmental science and policy, and address the fate of biodiversity from northern Mexico to western Canada. At Bamfield, he draws on a…