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Prospective Students

Hands On Learning • Small Class Sizes • Field Research Opportunities We are excited to be hosting an in-person 2021 Fall Program in Marine Sciences*! Stay tuned for an announcement about our Summer 2022 programs. Experience the life-changing environment of Barkley Sound Discover the unique biology and culture of the region around BMSC. Engage with…
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Bring Your Group

Each group itinerary is tailored to fit your objectives. Our educational activities are focused on the biological, chemical and physical sciences. We can also integrate videography, fine art, geography, and archaeology, to name a few. Please let us know if you have other interests, and we will customize your trip accordingly. Field ExperiencesLaboratory StudyWorkshopsSlideshowsSample Itinerary…
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VP’s from our 5 member universities visited to learn all about BMSC

Vice Presidents from our 5 member universities enjoyed learning all about BMSC during their visit here last weekend.

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Ambrose University Zoology students share their field trip adventure

Discovering marine science on the wild wet coast; Ambrose University Zoology students share their field trip adventure!

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Morphological trade-off between drag avoidance and tolerance in wave-swept kelps.

Kelps from wave-swept shores have either a streamlined morphology to reduce drag, or increased attachment and breakage force, but not both, having implications for the evolution of morphological diversity in this group.

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The Field Trips crew returns for a new season of marine science education!

BMSC is gearing up for another season of Field Trips, with the first group arriving on the weekend.

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A new book on the evolution of ‘animal athletes’, by Irschick & Higham

This book by Duncan Irschick and BMSC instructor Tim HIgham examines how and why ‘animal athletes’ have evolved using examples from across the animal kingdom, integrating them into the broader context of ecology and evolution.

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Dr. Sean Rogers

Sean’s interest in the ecology and evolution of fishes began during his BSc and MSc research on sea-run brook charr at the University of New Brunswick. He did his PhD at Laval University and was then awarded an NSERC post doctoral fellowship to study coastal and freshwater fishes in the Pacific Northwest. Sean started his…

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