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Harbour and grey seals on a beach of Sable Island - photo by Jim Mc Millan. The Canadian Hydrographic Service conducted surveys in 2001 in Notre Dame Bay, St. Anthony, Newfoundland; in Red Bay, Labrador; and in the Bras d'Or Lakes, Nova Scotia. Together they provide scientific knowledge and advice on issues related to climate, oceans, the environment, marine and diadromous fish, marine mammals, shell fish and marine plants, and carry out oceans and environmental management and planning. Late in 2000, the Centre for Marine Biodiversity (CMB) was established in partnership with scientists and students principally from Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS and the Huntsman Marine Science Centre, St. Also in 2001, as part of a Memorandum of Understanding with Dalhousie University, a DFO Chair in Resource Conservation Genetics was created. Paul Bentzen presently holds this position (see the Other Programs section of this report for more information on the CMB). NRCan is represented by the Geological Survey of Canada (Atlantic), Canada's principal marine geoscience facility. The Canadian Hydrographic Service (CHS) obtained national ISO 9001-2000 certification in December 2001 from the International Organization for Standardization. Change of address notices, requests for copies, and other correspondence regarding this publication should be sent to: The Editor, BIO 2001 in Review Bedford Institute of Oceanography P. Box 1006 Dartmouth, Nova Scotia Canada, B2Y 4A2 E-mail address:[email protected] Cover artwork is a painting by New Brunswick artist J. Pennanen from the book The Last Billion Years, courtesy of the Geological Survey of Canada (Atlantic) - Natural Resources Canada. © Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada, 2002 Cat. Fs75-104/2001E-IN ISBN internet : 0-662-31978-8 ISSN 1499-996X Aussi disponible en français. Editorial team: Shelley Armsworthy, Pat Dennis, and Carl Myers.
Two Norwegian deep-sea coral experts, Pål and Lene Mortensen, are working full time on coral studies. Inverse analysis of the structure and dynamics of the whole Newfoundland-Labrador Shelf ecosystem. The coral was collected from the Scotian Shope at around 400 meters. The Marine Environmental Sciences Division has been involved in coral research since 1997. Deep-sea corals (200-1500 m) are abundant off Atlantic Canada, and concern has been raised about their vulnerability to human disturbance. Fossil Dinoflagellates make a Difference to the Dating Game - Rob Fensome and Graham Williams Nares Strait: Collaborative Research to Solve a Geological Controversy - Ruth Jackson, Gordon Oakey, and Sonya Dehler Postglacial Coastlines in Atlantic Canada: A New Perspective - John Shaw and Robert Courtney The Canadian Hydrographic Service in the International Forum - Gerard Costello and Tom Rowsell The Sea Road to ISO 9000 Registration - Nicholas J. The project was named Hypatia after an Egyptian mathematician, Harbour and grey seals on a beach of Sable Island astronomer, natural philosopher, and teacher who lived in Alexandria in the fourth century. Palmer Tales of the Unexpected from the Scotian Shelf - Erica Head and Leslie Harris Pacific Water in the North Atlantic Ocean - E. Jones Recent Advances in Modelling the Organic Carbon Cycle in the Central Labrador Sea and Perspectives for Climate Research - Alain Vézina Marine Storms and Extreme Waves - William Perrie The Grand Banks Otter Trawling Experiment - Donald C. According to historical records, she was the first woman recognized as a scientist.
The Notre Dame Bay survey enabled the production of a new Canadian chart to replace a British chart that is over 100 years old.