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BMSC: Navigating challenges and opportunities

The BMSC Star, Volume 3 – December 2020

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BMSC Job posting: Aquatic Research & Animal Care Technician

The Aquatic Research and Animal Care technician will be responsible for assisting with the day-to-day provision of research services and the ethical care of animals used in research.

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BMSC enters into an historic agreement with the Huu-ay-aht First Nations to build a modern wastewater treatment plant in Bamfield, B.C.

The project encapsulates the shared vision and values of the Huu-ay-aht First Nations and the BMSC to promote the health and development of the community while reducing the impact of wastewater to protect the local marine environment.

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What’s happening this Fall in Field Trips?

See our Education Team in action, and learn about online virtual lab and field trip opportunities.

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BC Gov’t is partnering with Huu-ay-aht First Nations to upgrade the Anacla/Bamfield Road

The Premier John Horgan and Huu-ay-aht Chief Councillor Robert J. Dennis Sr. announce that the province is partnering with Huu-ay-aht First Nations in support of a $30.7 million dollar investment to upgrade the Anacla/Bamfield Road.

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Although the BMSC campus is currently closed, you can still experience a virtual field trip!

Our Education Team will be providing online virtual field trips from September to December, 2020.

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Please Support Much Needed Upgrades for a Safer Bamfield Road

An application led by Minister Fraser to support Huu-ay-aht First Nations’ (https://huuayaht.org/bamfield-road-information/) proposal to upgrade the Anacla/Bamfield Rd is being decided in government right now! Please email your support to Minister Fraser (scott.fraser.mla@leg.bc.ca) with the subject: “Fix the Bamfield Road”. More information from the Bamfield Community…

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We are raising the bar for online field courses

APPLY NOW for our online 2020 Fall Program courses. Scholarships available.

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Predicting the fate of eDNA in the environment and implications for studying biodiversity

The role that differing environments play on the major processes that eDNA undergoes between organism and collection, with recommendations for eDNA practitioners.

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