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Investigation of Local Fisheries Resources of the Labrador Coast [Memorial University Newfoundland, MUN]

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Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUN)

Dr. Joe Wroblewski and his graduate students are investigating local fisheries resources of the southeastern Labrador coast which are utilized by coastal communities, but which have not been scientifically documented. We are working with Labrador residents to study the ecology of these living marine resources. We have focused on bay cod and Icelandic scallop, specifically to understand the productivity of the wild stocks and the potential for aquaculture (Wroblewski et al., 1998).

Fish Population Restoration [Memorial University Newfoundland, MUN]

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Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUN)

Dr. Wroblewski has been conducting research on a new method of marine fish population restoration, termed "enhancement of reproductive potential" or ERP (Wroblewski, et al., 1996; Wroblewski, et al., 1999; Wroblewski and Hiscock, 2002). This entails trapping late juvenile and young adult fish from the wild, increasing their growth and fecundity by feeding them in sea pens, and then returning the fish to their natural habitat to spawn. Hatchery based enhancement programs have met with criticism regarding genetic changes in cultured populations, and the fitness of released fish.

Fisheries Oceanography Group, FOG [Memorial University Newfoundland, MUN]

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Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUN)

The Atlantic cod of the Grand Banks of Newfoundland were once a major food source for Europeans and North Americans. France and Portugal began fishing the Grand Banks in the early 1500s, joined by England during the 1600s. Spain, the former Soviet Union, Poland and Canada harvested great quantities of cod with dragnet trawlers during the latter part of the 20th century. In 1992 the northern cod population finally succumbed to decades of overfishing and several years of recruitment failure (poor reproductive success), due to natural climate change in the marine environment.

How to Apply [Maritime College of Forest Technology, MCFT]

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Maritime College of Forest Technology (MCFT)

Application forms must be used when applying for admission. Forms can be found or obtained by: Calling the admissions line 866 619 9900 or Checking with your school guidance office.

Equipment Needed [Maritime College of Forest Technology, MCFT]

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Maritime College of Forest Technology (MCFT)

All equipment can be purchased on registration day. BAP Equipment sets up shop at the college and provides students with all gear that is needed. A starter kit can be purchased from BAP the day of registration; the kit includes a high visibility vest, required compass, Fox 40 whistle, photo case, 10x hand lense, and a 15 cm Staedtler Map Scale.

Tuition and Fees [Maritime College of Forest Technology, MCFT]

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Maritime College of Forest Technology (MCFT)

Below are the costs for the Forest Technology Diploma Program at MCFT.

Accreditation and Certifications [Maritime College of Forest Technology, MCFT]

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Maritime College of Forest Technology (MCFT)

The college maintains excellence through its program, faculty and staff and facilities for its students. MCFT also guarantees its continued success through recognition, accreditation and certification through the following National and International associations.

Articulation Agreements [Maritime College of Forest Technology, MCFT]

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Maritime College of Forest Technology (MCFT)

Graduates from the Maritime College of Forest Technology who meet the admission requirements into the Forestry and Environmental Management degree program, Bachelor of Science in Forestry (BScF) at the University of New Brunswick, will be eligible for direct credit transfer providing grades attained in the transferable courses are 70% or greater. That equals two years off your degree.

Program: How do the Programs Work? [Maritime College of Forest Technology, MCFT]

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Maritime College of Forest Technology (MCFT)

All students entering MCFT are enrolled in the Forest Technology program. This program takes place over two years and includes a paid summer work term between year one and two. Upon completion successful students will obtain a Diploma in Forest Technology. Any student who chooses to pursue the Advanced Diploma will have to opt into the program while in the second semester of their first year of studies if they wish to complete the Advanced Diploma within two years.

Environmental Applied Science Technology [Holland College]

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Holland College

The Environmental Applied Science Technology Program educates and trains Environmental Technicians to have the skills and knowledge to manage and enhance the sustainability of the environment. These activities include environmental monitoring, or the use of sampling and analysis techniques in any of the following sectors:

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