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Queen's University

BIOL 537 2015-16
Dr. B. Tufts

Rm:   3115 Bioscience Complex
Tel:   (613) 533-6143
Faculty Web Site:

The vast majority of the research carried out in my laboratory falls under the general heading of Fisheries Biology.  More specifically, this research can be grouped into studies in either i) conservation of wild fisheries or ii) aquaculture.  Students in my lab have often used physiological techniques to understand what is happening in fish under different conditions, but this is not always the case.  In recent years, we have incorporated a broad range of approaches to different fisheries issues.  Studies may be carried out in the lab, or in the field, or both.  I do not have a list of projects ahead of time. The specific details of the 537 projects will normally be decided after students have been accepted.

 I will take up to a maximum of three Biology 537 students. 

STARTING DATE:  Either May (in some cases when sufficient funds are available) or September.


Kingston, Ontario, Canada. K7L 3N6. 613.533.2000