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13/03/2018

The Souffleur, our yearly newsletter

The Souffleur is the annual newsletter of the Group for research and education on marine mammals (GREMM). For the record, the first Souffleur was printed in 1989. Each year, GREMM ...
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09/11/2017

Nature Inspiration Awards: GREMM is finalist

It is with great pride that we can announce that we are finalists for the Nature Inspiration Awards of the Canadian Museum of Nature in the category of “Not-for-Profit Organi...
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04/12/2015

What do Belugas Teach Us about the St. Lawrence and about Ourselves? (8/8)

In this text and audio episode: the genetic diversity of the population and the possibility of an introduction of belugas from the Arctic are discussed at length. A closer look is ...
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25/11/2015

Belugas on the Move
Video Clip Presenting the Project: Stunning Footage

This project and how it has unfolded to date are presented in this video clip by Yannick Rose © Productions Novo Media 2014; amazing images of belugas and researchers in action! ...
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20/11/2015

What do Belugas Teach Us about the St. Lawrence and about Ourselves? (7/8)

Beluga stories: this is the seventh episode of the transcript of the training lecture given by Robert Michaud at the CIMM on June 22, 2015. In this text and audio episode: the biol...
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30/10/2015

What do Belugas Teach Us about the St. Lawrence and about Ourselves? (6/8)

Beluga stories: this is the sixth episode of the transcript of the training lecture given by Robert Michaud at the CIMM on June 22, 2015. In this text and audio episode: beluga fis...
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20/10/2015

With the Belugas: Week of September 21, 2015

It's the third and last week of the intensive biopsy program for St. Lawrence belugas. Our goal is to obtain 50 biopsies in each of the three years of the project. We begin the wee...
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08/10/2015

With the Belugas: Week of September 14, 2015

In this second week of the intensive beluga biopsy program, we have spent 16 hours with these animals. Autumn can be felt in the air: daylight hours are shorter and it is biting co...
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25/09/2015

With the Belugas: Week of August 24, 2015

This week, the team had 11 encounters in 22 hours with belugas. Two boats were on the water to continue the photo-identification. On board one of them were Robert Michaud and Valer...
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17/09/2015

Pregnancy Tests for Belugas

This project is being led by researcher Véronique Lesage (Fisheries and Oceans Canada) in collaboration with the GREMM, Saint Mary’s University in Nova Scotia and Florida Atlant...
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