Our comprehensive and accurate reports at Huntsman provide valuable insights into ocean and marine life trends in the Bay of Fundy area. These results have proven valuable to researchers both in Atlantic Canada and around the world.
To read and access current and past issues of our twice-yearly newsletter, SeaWords, click here.
To read current and past blogs from our education department, click here.
To view a list of participating schools, and to access our galleries of school visits, click here.
Students taking part in Huntsman courses help collect valuable baseline data that is contributed to many different programs. We believe that students can begin becoming active stewards for marine life at an early age, and we do our best to help students feel like a part of the Huntsman research community.
Whale Sightings – Fin, Minke, Humpback, and the rare North Atlantic Right Whale come to the Bay of Fundy to feed each Summer and Fall. Many of Huntsman’s student groups go out to observe these impressive animals. Their species sightings with GPS locations are recorded and shared with the following files.
European Green Crab (by year): monitoring data from Pottery Creek (sex, size, amount, time searched)
Oceanography Data (by location): date, temperature and salinity.
Scallop drag data: dates, species collected, depth of drag, bottom substrate.
Some of our sets go back over 30 years. If you wish to obtain all the files for a set, you can contact our education department at firstname.lastname@example.org
We’ve included an archive of some of our old documents. Feel free to browse around to find what you’re looking for.