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A bulk carrier docked at Mary River Mine's port at Milne Inlet on north Baffin Island.

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Report Finds Dramatic Increase in Shipping Noise from Mary River Mine at Levels Known to Disturb Narwhal

Shipping-related noise is expected to increase dramatically if Baffinland Iron Mines Corporation wins approval this year to double its ore production at the Mary River mine.
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A Tribute to Alfred Jakobsen

Oceans North is mourning the loss of our friend and longtime colleague Alfred Jakobsen, 62, who died on February 12 in Nuuk, Greenland. Alfred joined our staff in 2015 and was our Greenland Projects Director.
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Alex Ootoowak retrieves hydrophone from Milne Inlet location in August 2020.

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Monitoring the Impact of Increased Shipping on Narwhal in Eclipse Sound

Despite pandemic-related challenges, Oceans North completed its seventh year of acoustic monitoring in Nunavut’s Eclipse Sound in 2020 to measure the impact of increased shipping on narwhal.
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Trevor Taylor dipping out a codbag at Belle Isle, 1989.

Commentary

Rebuilding Northern Cod: Has DFO’s New Plan Sealed Its Fate?

If our goal is only partial rebuilding, then surely we will never rebuild.
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An Atlantic salmon in the Gaspé Peninsula, Quebec.

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eDNA Offers a Promising New Tool for Science and Conservation

There is growing interest in Atlantic Canada and around the world about how eDNA can be used to further scientific research.
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Project coordinator Caroline Thorassie at Stony Lake.

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Summer Harvesting Program Eases Burden of Pandemic in Tadoule Lake

A new harvesting program with Sayisi Dene First Nation in Tadoule Lake, Manitoba helped feed the community during the pandemic by catching and distributing fresh fish last summer.