Research in the Baum Lab is motivated by a fundamental desire to understand how human activities are altering marine ecosystems, and what the consequences of these changes are both for nature and for society. Our current research centres around the following questions:
news - summer 2015
So many great things happening in the lab this summer!
Julia represents the Global Young Academy at the 'Our Common Future under Climate Change' conference in Paris, presenting in the Transforming Society and Science for Sustainability session, July
Danielle, Jamie, Kristina, Kieran, Lisa, Scott, and Sean are on Kiritimati - our 10th expedition to the atoll!, July
Welcome to Aaron Eger and Lia Chalifour who start in the lab this month on our new eelgrass research and conservation program!, July
Julia leads the 'Importance of Fundamental Research' working group and a session on Membership Selection at the Global Young Academy Annual General Meeting in Montebello, May
The first paper from our Kiritimati field program is out! In Ecology! With Chelsea Wood we uncover links between overfishing, oceanographic productivity and parasites!, May
Julia delivers the keynote talk to students at Oceans Network Canada's 2015 Ocean Science Symposium, May
Interested in joining the Baum Lab? We have a PhD Fellowship in Eelgrass Ecology, Conservation, and Climate Change available to start in September 2015. Apply now!
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