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Maeve Moriarty

Nov 6, 2019 ...Maeve Moriarty Conservation Scientist, Conservation Science Division Main areas of work and/or specializations archaeological materials pesticides metals artists' materials light microscopy x-ray diffraction (XRD) x-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectrometry Biography Maeve Moriarty Maeve Moriarty earned a B.Sc. Honours in Chemistry from the University of Ottawa

ID News: Challenges of Open Science; Making Open Science work, CCDR 45(10)

Nov 6, 2019 ... to advance other important forms of transparency. Objectives: Drawing from the literature in history, philosophy, and sociology of science, we aim to distinguish between different forms of scientific transparency. Our goal is to identify strategies for achieving forms of transparency that are relevant not only to scientists but also to decision makers and members

Montreal Protocol

Nov 4, 2019 ... action. Result: the ozone layer is slowly recovering. Scientists estimate that it will be repaired by the middle of the century. The Montreal Protocol: a successful global action on climate change. 32 years and healing September 16, 2019, marked the 32nd anniversary of one of the most successful, global environmental agreements of all time. Back in 1987, nations

Zoonotic diseases due to climate change

Oct 25, 2019 ... for knowledge sharing and consensus building among representatives of public policy decision makers and scientists. Its main objectives are to anticipate and prioritize potential issues associated with zoonotic diseases in Quebec, in order to support applicable risk management and climate change adaptation. This article describes what the Observatory is, what it does

Conservation experts

Nov 12, 2019 ... services. Marie-Claude Corbeil, Manager, Conservation Science Division Kamila Bladek, Conservation Scientist Mylène Choquette, Senior Scientific Documentation Technologist Jonathan Fafard, Conservation Scientist Kate Helwig, Senior Conservation Scientist Eric J. Henderson, Conservation Scientist Joe Iraci, Senior Conservation Scientist Maeve Moriarty, Conservation

Dress instructions | Chapter 2 Policy and appearance

Nov 13, 2019 ... to the authority having power to approve leave, in accordance with QR&O 17.04. Civilians. Civilians employed by DND, such as defence scientists and translators, or those accredited to DND for special duties, such as news media representative, may be authorized to wear certain items of military uniforms during the period of specific assignment. They will be identified

Working at POLAR

Nov 7, 2019 ... Opportunity to live in a Canadian Arctic community Explore positions at POLAR Administrative Assistant – Organizes the business affairs of a manager or director by gathering and analyzing information, helping to develop procedures and processes for the office, following up on decisions made at meetings, and coordinating supporting activities. Entry Level Scientist

Fantastic feasts: How CFIA's Burnaby Lab guards your food against fiendish fungus - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

Oct 31, 2019 ... by fungus-filled food! Ergot outbreaks may seem like a thing of the past, but warming climates and changing weather have created a perfect environment for fungus to grow on grains and fruit. However, protecting plant and animal health and keeping food safe is what CFIA does. Fighting fiendish fungus is something scientists at our Burnaby Laboratory do regularly

Data Analytics Centre research facility

Nov 8, 2019 ... is a way to discover new relationships and explain existing patterns in the data. The NRC's visualization experts can help develop solutions to better understand your data and provide explanations. This will assist in you making decisions based on your data. Why work with us Our data scientists have strong backgrounds in machine learning and statistics

BioSAFE project uses genetic blueprints to study forest enemies - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

Nov 6, 2019 ... and environmental effects of forest enemies. Dr. Pierre Bilodeau, Executive Director of CFIA’s Plant Health Science Directorate, along with Dr. Richard Hamelin of the University of British Columbia and Dr. Ilga Porth of Laval University, led a team of scientists working on the $8.6-million project. The team is developing a new suite of DNA-based analytical tools that can

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