• Sportfish tagging and tracking research

    It’s that time again… field season! There are two major projects that I will be directly involved in as the field program manager in Dr. Chris Somers lab (details below!). Also crucial to this research is Una Goncin, who will be working as a technician on the project this year. Una recently completed her honours

  • #Actuallivingscientist skype day with 3rd graders

    If you are a scientist, and you have twitter, you are probably familiar with the “actuallivingscientist” hashtag that’s been going around the science community on social media. If not, do a search of #actuallivingscientist on twitter and you’ll see what we are talking about. Essentially, scientists from around the world are tweeting about who they

  • New article published in the North American Journal of Fisheries Management

    I am pleased to share an article that co-authors and I recently published in the North American Journal of Fisheries Management. This article, titled “Isotopic structure of Lake Whitefish in Lake Huron: Evidence for regional and local populations based on resource use”, details the ecological population structure of whitefish in Lake Huron as determined by

  • Experiencing salmon in BC

    As 2016 nears an end I felt it only fit to share one of my favourite adventures (of many!) of 2016. Last summer (2015) Tom and I completed fun-filled fly fishing road trip throughout North western Montana (blog post here). As August rolled around this year, we had a burning desire to get back on