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Predicting and Mitigating Sulfide Accumulation in Aquaculture Impacted Coastal Sediments

By January 26, 2021February 3rd, 2021No Comments
Institution: Dalhousie University
Theme: Environmental change
Area of Vulnerability: Coastal communities, Marine ecosystems/living resources

Principal investigator

Dr. Christopher Algar, Dalhousie University 


Cycle II, Early Career Faculty

The goal of the project is to investigate methods for understanding, monitoring and managing the accumulation of free sulphide in sediments under aquaculture fish pens in Waycobah First Nation First Farm in the Bras d’Or Lake.