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QUBS symposium at 2014 American Fisheries Society Conference

QUBS featured at 2014 American Fisheries Society Conference in Quebec City

A special symposium titled “A retrospective of fisheries advances emanating from the Queen’s University Biological Station” was held Monday Aug 18.  Seven presentations covered a range of topics, from the foundations of community ecology laid by the late Dr. J. Allen Keast to more recent and current research:

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QUBS adds new biodiverse property to its holdings.

Queen's University has partnered with the Nature Conservancy of Canada and Echo Foundation to acquire a property with Class I wetland.

Adjacent to our Massasauga Tract, this new 159 hectare property acquired from Stephen and Roger Jones encompasses a swath of creek and adjacent wetland. Aside from its obvious value for research, teaching and outreach, the tract also helps to make QUBS land holdings more contiguous and ensure long-term conservation of resident species.

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