- Posters and Presentations
Ngulube,M. and D. van Proosdij. The wave dissipation potential of Spartina Alterniflora in the Bay of Fundy. Science Atlantic March 13, 2021 (contributed talk)
Elise, R. and D. van Proosdij. Spatial and temporal variations in sediment composition within restoring marshes. Science Atlantic March 13, 2021. (contributed talk)
Kurylyk BL. 2020. Saltwater intrusion in Eastern Canada: History, future vulnerability, and research opportunities, Geological Survey of Canada Atlantic Science Hour (Invited)
Williams, K. and J. Lundholm. Carbon storage in tidal marsh sediments in the Bay of Fundy: the role of vegetation and depth. Science Atlantic Aquaculture & Fisheries and Biology Conference. Cape Breton University (contributed poster)
- Peer-Reviewed Publications (published only)
- Other Research Contributions
LeRoux, N. 2020. Aging dykelands, rising seas: a preliminary investigation of hydrogeological conditions and saltwater intrusion vulnerability in Nova Scotian dykelands. Final report submitted to AAFC, Department of Civil and Resources Engineering, Dalhousie University.
Endresz, K. 2020. Understanding the ecological linkages between salt marsh ecosystems and nearshore fisheries. MMM final project, Dalhousie University. https://dalspace.library.dal.ca/handle/10222/80262 (*Kiana has been accepted to a PhD program at UNB under Myriam Barbeau to continue this work)
Rabinowitz, T. 2020. Methods of Accelerating Re-Vegetation at Bay of Fundy Salt Marsh Restoration Sites: A Practical Comparison. MSc thesis, Saint Mary’s University. https://library2.smu.ca/bitstream/handle/01/29487/Rabinowitz_Tasha_MASTERS_2020.pdf (*Tasha is now a Research Associate in Jeremy Lundholm’s lab and working closely with CBWES)
- Other Outputs and Events
CBWES (partner) presented about blue carbon in a workshop led by WWF on Feb 3, 2021, and included content about ResNet at that event. Approximately 60 participants from across the country attended.
Danika van Proosdij and Makadunyiswe Ngulube were interviewed by CBC (March 8 & 9, 2021) for Rising Seas series planned for April.
Barret Kurylyk and Nicole LeRoux featured in Dalhousie’s Engineering Magazine, includes mention of dykeland work but not ResNet by name: https://issuu.com/dalhousieuniversity/docs/engineering-magazine- spring2020