Marine and Environmental Sciences

The Department of Marine and Environmental Sciences programs are designed to help students develop an in-depth understanding of the processes that affect the earth’s surface and their importance to society.

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Marine and Environmental Sciences Degree Programs

There are many programs offered for both undergraduates and graduates, with an emphasis on experiential learning through programs like the Three Seas Program, enabling students to experience marine life first-hand.


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Feb 13th, 2018
Presented by Marc Albert, Natural Resource Partnerships Program Director The Boston Harbor islands are a national treasure with a unique geologic history and biota. Since 1996, the National Parks Service…
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Presented by Anne Salomon, PhD Associate Professor and Hakai Professor Simon Fraser University Ecological surprises challenge science and society. While emerging evidence points to the existence of abrupt shifts in…