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  • 29/07/2019

    New PhD project : Environmental Contaminants, Body Condition and Photogrammetry of St. Lawrence Estuary Belugas

    Project Title Environmental Contaminants, Body Condition and Photogrammetry of St. Lawrence Estuary Belugas Project Synopsis The St. Lawrence Estuary (SLE) beluga population has be...
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  • 27/06/2019

    The Marine Mammal Interpretation Centre is being expanded to accommodate three new skeletons!

    Lancement de la Bière Béluga, juillet 2015 © Lise Gagnon
    PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE DISTRIBUTION Tadoussac, June 27, 2019 / The Group for Research and Education on Marine Mammals (GREMM) welcomes the Government of Canada’s contributio...
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  • 12/03/2019

    Job Opportunity: Director of Intervention Program

    DESCRIPTION OF ORGANIZATION The Quebec Marine Mammal Emergency Response Network (QMMERN) is an umbrella group of organizations and institutions that work with marine mammals. The ...
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  • 04/02/2019

    If You Believe In Giants… Give Us a Whale of a Boost!

    Show your support for marine mammals on a plaque in front of the Marine Mammal Interpretation Centre (CIMM) in Tadoussac. The plaques will be inlaid in one of 600 cobblestones co...
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  • Master’s Degree Project on the Effects of Environmental Contaminants on Thyroid Functions of the St. Lawrence Estuary Beluga

    Project The St. Lawrence Estuary beluga population is considered as endangered since 2014. This small population of about 900 individuals lives in a marine ecosystem that is stron...
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