Data on plastics found in cod during the 2016 food fishery on the Avalon Peninsula. Data updated regularly.
CLEAR has new guidelines for research with Indigenous Peoples
Dr. Max Liboiron invites applications to an open PhD position in place-based knowledge. There is no predetermined project for this position other than that it should use a place or Land-based lens to consider knowledge and/or the creation of knowledge.
A list of different do-it-yourself microscope designs!
How to Collect Fish Guts for Science We are collecting cod and salmon guts this season (2016) in Newfoundland and Labrador Continue reading
Dates & locations for collection, as well as instructions for how you can bag & tag your guts for us- we’ll pick them up!
The LADI trawl is an open source, scientific surface trawl for monitoring marine plastics. You can build your own for $500 or less.
The order of authors on a published scholarly article matters in academia, as the first author gets the most credit, Continue reading
The P.E.T. is a do-it-yourself ocean plastic monitoring device based on filtering plastics through a mesh bag containing textured balls constructed out of materials easily found in household settings.
This project tests three different ways of classifying marine waste to determine how different methods of affect dimensions of data quality and highlight different areas of common knowledge and concern for citizen scientists.