Four adult green sea turtles named Merv, Ambrose, Chewy and Spot have found a new temporary home in Dalhousie University's Aquatron.
Dalhousie law professor Aldo Chircop (with Ronald Pelot and Lucia Fanning) is working with Cuban partners at the University of Havana, the University of Oriente in Santiago de Cuba and the University ... Read more
The blue marlin is one of the biggest and fastest fish in the Atlantic Ocean. But similiar to other "high performance" fish, they depend on a generous supply of oxygen. Unfortunately, zones ... Read more
Researchers at Dalhousie University, led by the Marine Affairs Program (MAP), are taking a new approach to an age-old problem faced by seafarers the world over: piracy. A half-million dollar, two-year... Read more
The Lloyd's Register Educational Trust (The LRET), an independent charity, is funding a research programme in Modeling and Prediction of Marine Environmental Extremes. Dalhousie's Jinyu Sheng,... Read more
Ian Jonsen, a research associate and adjunct professor in the Department of Biology at Dalhousie University and co-lead investigator of the Future of Marine Animal Populations Project (FMAP), has team... Read more
A groundbreaking collaborative marine research and innovation vehicle that brings together a number of partners from industry, government and the post secondary education system has been launched on C... Read more
Dr. Sara Iverson, scientific director of the Ocean Tracking Network Canada and a University Research Professor at Dalhousie, along with
The Department of Oceanography is celebrating its 40th anniversary. Oceanography research has been a part of Dalhousie since the Institute of Oceanography was opened in 1959.
Dalhousie's Aquatron in the Life Sciences Center is a world-class marine and aquatics research facility. Unrivaled in North America, the facility, a marine and freshwater laboratory is a centerpie... Read more