Dalhousie Physical Oceanography - What They Say About Us

Most of these articles are as they appear in Dalhousie NEWS Online. For some of them, the link does not go directly to the article referenced here. Just scroll down, and you'll find it...

Better prediction of extreme marine weather events Dal News, June 23, 2011.

Underwater Weather: Research centre to hold open house in Lunenburg Dalhousie News, September 19, 2007.

Ocean Tracking Network an "audacious plan" Dalhousie News, Feb 13, 2007.

Changing How we See the Ocean Dalhousie News, July 17, 2006.

In touch with our oceans Dalhousie News, June 15, 2006.

Canada Research Chairs Named Dalhousie News, March 24, 2002.

Steve Henderson wins an "Outstanding Student Paper Award" at the 2001 Fall Meeting in San Francisco. EOS, Vol. 83, No. 10, 5 March 2002.

Winners of 5NR Science Awards to Leaders in Sustainable Development 2002. Scroll down to "P.E.I. Climate Change Action Fund Project Team". Appears on Government of Canada Website.

Life savers: New models to predict weather, ocean state. Dalhousie Alumni Magazine, 17(3), pp. 17-18, Winter 2001.

Why Tide Gauges Matter Times & Transcript, Moncton, October 17, 2000.

Innovative research projects announced Scroll down until you find "Predicting the weather with ocean and atmospheric currents" to see a description of Oceanography's part in the new Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) grant!!! DalNews Vol. 31, No. 2, October 11, 2000.

Radio Canada International, Earthwatch broadcast (in English) of 07 Oct. 2000 on Dalhousie's right whale research in the Bay of Fundy.

Radio Canada International, Planet broadcast (in French) of 30 Sept. 2000 on Dalhousie's right whale research in the Bay of Fundy.

New system could track whales: Series of underwater microphones could help prevent collisions. The Daily News, Saturday, September 2, 2000.

Listen Up! A Sound Solution for Protecting Right Whales. Working for Wildlife, Summer 2000. (Published by World Wildlife Fund Canada).

Whale music key to survival: Dalhousie scientists devise way to save endangered species. The Daily News, Spring 2000.

Studying Climate Change, marine incidents. DalNews June 14, 2000 - vol. 30 No. 15. (scroll down a bit to find title.....)

Storm surge prediction dead on. Times & Transcript (Moncton, NB), January 26, 2000

Killam awards announced. DalNews Volume 28, Number 11 - March 11, 1998

Canuckduck is cutting edge: Leads in shore erosion researh. DalNews Volume 28, Number 10, February 18, 1998

Oceanographers make waves in modelling of currents DalNews VOLUME 27, NUMBER 14 -- April 16, 1997

Research chairs to support hi-tech ocean probing DalNews, 1996

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