2018 / 08 / 03
“Mom, can you hear me?” Season #2
By Valeria Vergara and Marie-Ana Mikus (guest researchers from Ocean Wise Conservation Association) Time flies on the beluga research tower in Baie Sainte-Marguerite in the Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marin...
2018 / 07 / 30
With the Belugas… and Their Waist Measurements!
For the past several years, scientists have been using drones to study wildlife in their natural environment. Besides the esthetic appeal of the images they provide, drones provide a different perspec...
2018 / 07 / 23
With the Belugas… and a Narwhal!
A new season is getting underway aboard GREMM’s Zodiac, the BpJAM. New season, new team! This year, the crew is composed of two research assistants returning for their second consecutive season....
2017 / 07 / 06
Are there any beluga nurseries in the St. Lawrence?
Topic of my Master’s project: Investigation of Allomothering in St. Lawrence Belugas For a long time, studies of cetaceans were restricted by the limited views offered by research vessels and la...
2017 / 04 / 24
Studying Whale Breath: New Discoveries and Techniques
A Canadian-US research team has undertaken a study on the fungi and bacteria found in the breath of southern resident killer whales (also known as orcas) on the west coast. The discovery of multiple b...
2017 / 03 / 22
Call of the Baby Beluga aired on National Geographic
Interview with Michael Parfit and Suzanne Chisholm, director and producer National Geographic’s prestigious TV channel Nat Geo Wild will broadcast the documentary Call of the Baby Beluga on Marc...