Ecofish is excited to announce that in collaboration with LNG Canada, Haisla Nation, the University of Northern British Columbia, the University of Victoria, Simon Fraser University, and DFO Fisheries Science and Management, we are offering several graduate student positions through the Conservation and Recovery Research on Oolichan in Haisla Territory (CAROOHT) research program. The goal of CAROOHT is to advance scientific knowledge of Oolichan presence and distribution in the Traditional Territory of Haisla Nation to allow for more informed fisheries management and conservation decisions.
Learn more about the CAROOHT research program: https://www.ecofishresearch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Graduate-Student-Opportunities-for-Oolichan-Conservation.pdf
- UNBC M.Sc. – Develop Techniques For Oolichan Husbandry
- UNBC M.Sc. – Abundance, Patterns, Environmental Stressors, And Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) Of Oolichan
- UNBC Ph.D – Model Oolichan Population Dynamics In Marine And Riverine Environments
- UVic Ph.D – Develop Environmental DNA (EDNA) As A Tool For Monitoring Oolichan