Media:

Video I made showing a common Arctic chaetognath eating a mound of detritus and algae under the microscope. These animals are so called “strict carnivores”, but this Eukrohnia hamata specimen, caught in the Chukchi Sea during fall, seems to be an omnivore

Video: see me explain why the Canadian icebreakers such as the Amundsen are an awesome tool in research, bringing together scientists from all over the world!

Nice article in the Globe and Mail newspaper (2014) about the future of Canadian Arctic research and the CCGS Amundsen research platform

CBC News ArticleLaval University gets big money to further study Arctic ecoystems (July 2015)!

 

Other profiles:

My PhD Profile on ArcticNet – Network of Centres of Excellence in research

My MSc Graduate Profile from Centre for Marine Biodiversity and Biotechnology, Heriot Watt University

 

Colleagues:

Moritz Schmid’s page – PhD student at Laval University working on zooplankton imaging

Øystein Varpe’s page – Associate Professor at University Centre in Svalbard working on seasonal ecology