MSc positions at Acadia University and Dalhousie – Use of acoustic telemetry and First Nations’ traditional knowledge to determine the movements and habitat use of valued aquatic species, and their environmental correlates

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Applications are being accepted for students interested in completing a Master of Science degree through Acadia University or Dalhousie University. This is an NSERC-funded project that aims to enable better stewardship of marine resources by creating a collaboration among Mi’kmaw technical organizations, Mi’kmaw knowledge holders, academia, and other local stakeholders to increase our understanding of the movements and seasonal habitat use of valued species in the Minas Basin and Bras d’Or Lakes regions.

MASTERS POSITION – ACADIA
in partnership with the Mi’kmaw Conservation GroupAcadia University, the Marine Institute of Natural and Academic Sciences, DFO Atlantic, and Ocean Tracking Network. 

MASTERS POSITION – DALHOUSIE
in partnership with the Unama’ki Institute of Natural ResourcesDalhousie University, DFO-Atlantic, and Ocean Tracking Network

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