Researchers

Since its launch in 2006, the Canadian Aquatic Invasive Species Network has become a global leader in the study of aquatic invasion and a trusted voice in the growing conversation as we seek ways to prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species (AIS) while minimizing the impact of AIS already present in Canada's aquatic ecosystems.

The researchers selected to participate in the second phase of CAISN have been chosen from 13 universities across Canada, and represent 30 of the most respected minds currently studying the issues posed by aquatic invasion. Some of their work has already contributed to CAISN's written legacy, with extensive publications in world-class journals and they are much sought after speakers for conferences in Canada, the United States, South America, Europe, Australia and Africa.

CAISN Winter Newsletter
CAISN Winter Newsletter
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ARCTIC WORKSHOP PROGRAM
ARCTIC WORKSHOP PROGRAM
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Arctic Ship Biofouling Survey
Arctic Ship Biofouling Survey
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IN THE NEWS
CAISN Funded Paper Wins DFO's 2014 Outstanding Scientific Paper of the Year

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University of Alberta News: September 9, 2015 - Two professors earn Royal Society Honours
In the News: CAISN PI, Dr. Mark Lewis

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UPI: February 10, 2015 - Researchers imagine killer shrimp invasion of the Great Lakes
In the News: CAISN II PI Anthony Ricciardi and CAISN II HQP Katie Pagnucco

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