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Coastal Areas and Perceived Conflict with Salmon Aquaculture
On Tuesday, April 22, at 15:00, Chelsea Boaler will present her master's thesis in Coastal and Marine Management, titled: Caged contention: The nature and extent of perceived conflict with salmon aquaculture along the Eastern Shore of Nova Scotia. Her thesis advisor are Dr Peter Tyedmers and Albertína F. Elíasdóttir, and the external reader is Rodr......
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Coastal Management

Coastal and Marine Management is a demanding and ambitious master's program in environmental and resource management. The program is cross-disciplinary and prepares students for diverse positions in both the public and private sectors. It is offered in cooperation with the University of Akureyri, one of Iceland's state-run universities, which has specialized in fisheries science and related matters for many years.

 

Among the fields which the master's program in Coastal and Marine Management prepares students to work in are resource and land use planning, environmental impact assessment, consulting work, teaching and research. The program is internationally oriented and taught in English, and both students and instructors come from a diverse range of countries.

The master's program in Coastal and Marine Management brings together people of different backgrounds who share their experience, knowledge, and ideas in a small-scale, creative and fertile intellectual environment, with the goal of finding ways of using natural resources in a sustainable way. We welcome new faces to join our exciting group of natural resource management specialists.

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"The students here are happy, very open and welcoming. They are an international and eclectic student body - with lots of variety. They invited me to join them for meals and trips. I appreciated their openness as colleagues."
John Nyboer CMM Instructor, Research Associate Simon Fraser University Vancouver, Canada

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SNAPS final conference, Ísafjörður Feb 12
SNAPS stands for Snow, Ice and Avalanche Applications and is a collaboration between insitutions in Iceland, Norway, Sweden and Finland. The project was carried out with funding fr......
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