February 10th, 2016

Coverage of CEEEC’s Reptile and Amphibian Research

The Litzgus Lab’s and Lesbarrères’ research on reptile and amphibian conservation is featured regularly in the media, both print and broadcast: 

April 18, 2015 – CBC Radio: Up North, Human-built nesting sites could save turtles

April 7, 2015 – Radio-Canada: Ici, Une clôture qui fait plus de mal que de bien le long de la route 69

April 6, 2015 – CBC News, Roadkill study shows more reptiles killed by fence designed to help

March 25, 2015 – Science News: Magazine of the Society for Science and the Public, ‘If you build it they will come’ fails for turtle crossings

March 25, 2015 – AAAS’ EurekAlert!: The Global Source for Science News, Mitigating reptile road mortality: Fence failures compromise ecopassage effectiveness

March 4, 2015 – The Manitoulin Expositor, A turtle murder mystery

January 21, 2015 – The Manitoulin Expositor, Field study of Misery Bay turtle die-off expands to cover wintertime

November 25, 2014 – BBC Radio 4: Shared Planet, Litzgus Group’s long-term turtle project

July 29, 2014 – Healthy Wildlife: The blog of the Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative, Researchers use decoy turtles to identify predators 

July 16, 2014 – The Manitoulin Expositor, Misery Bay mystery continues as dozen more turtles perish

July 12, 2014 – The Canadian PressPoachers and Ontario’s turtle population

July 7, 2014 – Healthy Wildlife: The blog of the Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative, Researchers use decoy turtles to identify predators

May 2014 – Cottage Life magazine, The new wildlife corridors are working, with some surprises

March 24, 2014 – CBC News, Misery Bay turtle death research helped with Ontario funding

August 2, 2013 – CBC Radio: Morning North, Highway 69 roadkill study

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Opportunities with CEEEC

Graduate Bursaries in the Humanities Three $5K bursaries are available for students entering Laurentian’s interdisciplinary Humanities M.A. Program or Ph.D. in Human Studies in September 2016. Successful students will be given the honorary title “CEEEC Graduate Fellow,” and they will conduct independent thesis […]

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Coverage of CEEEC’s Events

February 2015 – Evolution in Action Week @ Laurentian’s Research Week 2015 Northern Life, Evolution can be bad for your health Michael Ruse interview on CBC Radio: Up North, Florida professor talks about Darwin CBC News, Rapper Baba Brinkman brings […]

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