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Hakai Coastal Initiative Postdoctoral Fellowship
Applications are invited for a two-year postdoctoral fellowship focused on the physiological ecology of a human-harvested seaweed.
It’s Pick-up Time for HAK1-A
Submerged beneath the waves, a specialized piece of equipment resembles a sort of scientific Christmas tree. Scientific instruments hang like ornaments along the heavy line down to a depth of 140 meters. Now, scientists will finally get to open a year’s-worth of data presents.
An Old Sea Otter’s Final Dive
Every skeleton has its own personal story. When an old male sea otter washed up on Calvert Island, Hakai scientists sprung into action and recovered its body for further research. Now, after 150 meticulous hours rebuilding its skeleton, the Hakai Institute has its latest work of art.
Taking Stock of Life in Transitioning Kelp Forests
As rocky reef monitoring enters its fifth year this week, we look back at highlights from last year’s survey.
Honored by the University of Victoria
Hakai Institute co-founder and vice president Christina Munck received an honorary doctor of science yesterday from the University of Victoria (UVic) during their spring 2017 convocation ceremonies.