Externally funded projects

Student/PDF activities (past & present)

The students and postdocs in GOM represent a diverse group and backgrounds, and work with a range of activities:

  • Fisheries and climate change in the Arabian Gulf (Abdulrahman Ben Hasan)

  • Southern resident killer whales: prey availability and competition (Fanny Couture)

  • Economic sustainability in an Individual Transferable Quota fishery (Danielle Edwards)

  • Hydrodynamic and biogeochemical modeling of the Salish Sea (Vijay Kumar)

  • Environmental conditions and distribution of small pelagic fish in Chilean waters (Carolina Lang)

  • Marine survival of salmon smolt in the Salish Sea (Greig Oldford)

  • The Peruvian Fisheries Sector: ecological, economic and social aspects (Santiago de la Puente)

  • Population dynamics and interactions of rainbow trout, sockeye and kokanee salmon in large lakes of BC (Patricia Woodruf)