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 - Fall 2015
So many great things happening in the lab this fall!
Julia's new blog post Making your scientific voice heard with Susanna Fuller and Heather Grant is out on the CSP blog, November
Julia has been awarded the 2016 Stevenson Lectureship from the Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. She'll deliver the lecture at the 2016 CCFFR meeting in St. John's in January.
Welcome to Josie Iacarella, who joins us this fall as postdoctoral fellow on our new eelgrass research program!, November
Join us! Research assistant position available with Julia and Tara Martin to work on new project 'Prioritizing threat management strategies to ensure long-term resilience of the Fraser River Estuary'. Position available to start immediately (by Jan.'16 at latest). Apply now!
Aaron presents two public talks on seagrass ecosystems at the North Coast Marine Speaker Series in collaboration with the Vancouver Aquarium, October
Julia gives a seminar about El Niño and coral reefs at UVic's School of Environmental Studies, October
Congrats to Aaron on his Masters NSERC IPS Scholarship, in partnership with the World Wildlife Fund of Canada, September
Our new paper 'Missing the safety net' is out in CJFAS! Check out Julia's interview on Quirks and Quarks, the iPolitic and MacLean's articles, as well as our infographic and Ecology Action Centre web page.
Big congratulations to Danielle on receiving a prestigious Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship Scholarship!, September
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