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Tuesday Talks with CPAWS NB- From Elements to Ecosystems
Tuesday 22 October 2019 - 07:00pm - Tuesday 22 October 2019 08:30pm

“Tuesday Talks with CPAWS-NB” is back for an exciting 2019-20 season! Get ready for a series of in-depth talks and discussions surrounding the conservation challenges and triumphs that we see here in New Brunswick! We hope you’ll join us for our first evening on October 22nd!

We are pleased to welcome Brian Hayden and his students from the Stable Isotopes in Nature Laboratory (SINLAB) at the University of New Brunswick. Brian is a Fellow of the Canadian Rivers Institute and a Research Associate at the UNB Biology Department where he leads the SINLAB. Brian researches aquatic food webs from arctic lakes to tropical mangrove swamps, examining how climate change and biological invasions are changing the shape and function of these diverse ecosystems.

On October 22nd, we invite you to discover how New Brunswick’s varied food webs relate to the conservation of our wildlife through Brian’s talk, “From Elements to Ecosystems: What Atomic Ratios Tell us About Wildlife in New Brunswick”. Brian will outline the technique of stable isotope ecology used by his research group to develop a better understanding of New Brunswick’s complex food webs. This overview will be followed by short presentations by students in the lab detailing their studies on the marine feeding of Atlantic salmon and North Atlantic right whales in addition to the overall food web structure within the Bay of Fundy.

Event Details:

Location: Abbey Café & Gallery, 546 Queen Street, Fredericton

Date: October 22, 2019

Time: 7:00-8:30pm

Open to the public and free to attend!

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Abbey Café & Gallery
546 Queen St

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