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 2014
Interested in joining the Baum Lab? We have a PhD Fellowship in Eelgrass Ecology, Conservation, and Climate Change available to start January or May 2015. Apply now!
How are Canada's species at-risk faring? Check out the new paper from the UVic Research Derby Brett and Danielle organized last year. And see Brett's related piece 'It's a Slippery Slope for Canadian Species at Risk' in in the Huffington Post
New paper out Check out our beautiful new boat at Bamfield, shared with our amazing collaborators Sean Rogers, Isabelle Côte, Mary O'Connor, and Brad Anhalt.
Our new paper on nitrogen stable isotope discrimination factors and predator-prey mass rations has been chosen as a Feature Article in Marine Ecology Progress Series. Great work Eric and James!, November
Congratulations to Danielle, James, and Geoff for each receiving UVic Graduate Student Awards this year!, November
Julia speaks at Rutgers Institute of Marine and Coastal Science. Thanks to the Jensen lab for hosting!, October
Welcome to Geoff and Robert, the newest Baum Lab members!, September
The team is back from an exhausting but successful field season on Kiritimati, September. Read about it here or on twitter #Kiritimati2014, or visit our fieldwork pages to see photos, September
Our research on Kiritimati is featured in Nature, in the story 'Stalled El Niño poised to resurge', September
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