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Study: American, European bumblebees feeling climate sting

...implies that populations have declined and are on the road to disappearing, said study leader Jeremy Kerr, of the University of Ottawa in Canada. Results were released Thursday by the journal Science.Analysis showed the changes were not due to...
Countries highlight differences in resource management

...region's history.For Stewart Elgie, a professor of environmental and natural resources law and policy at the University of Ottawa, the differences in land management can be summed up by looking at who owns the land, and, therefore, who makes...
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Historic Tlingit photos arrive at state library

...Frederica de Laguna Photograph Collection. With: Marie-Francoise Guedon, professor of religious studies at the University of Ottawa, former student of De Laguna and caretaker of the collection. When: 1 p.m. Friday. Where: Alaska State...
A crossroad and a bridge

...few words that you are actually fluent in that language, " said Guedon, professor of religious studies at the University of Ottawa, and former student of de Laguna's. "It's not because you finally learn to distinguish good ice from bad...
Study: Spawning fish drop pollutants in some lakes the lakes by weakening their disease resistance or causing other effects, said researcher Jules Blais of the University of Ottawa in Ontario, Canada. The lakes are too far from human populations to pose any hazard to people, and the PCB concentrations...
Nutrition writer calls salmon No. 1 food for athletes

...that concentrations of PCBs were being deposited in streams and lakes by returning sockeye. Researchers from the University of Ottawa this summer published the article in the journal Nature that set off alarms about PCBs transported to Alaska in...
19-square-mile ice sheet breaks loose shelf losses this summer," said Luke Copland, director of the Laboratory for Cryospheric Research at the University of Ottawa. "And extensive new cracks across remaining parts of the largest remaining ice shelf, the Ward Hunt, mean that...
Juneau Empire Online Archive Local News: Washington, B.C. leaders talk salmon solution 3/11/98

... Canada's new chief negotiator is Donald McRae, who chairs the Business and Trade Law Department at the University of Ottawa. McRae has been an adviser to the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade in the past. He also...
Juneau Empire Online Archive Local News: State and local briefs 3/31/98

...for Canada and the United States. In the meetings today and Wednesday, Donald McRae, a law professor at the University of Ottawa, and Roberts Owen, recently a U.S. arbitrator in Bosnia, will try to set a date, location and agenda for...


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