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COASTS

Part of a special feature showcasing Memorial's leadership and expertise in cold ocean and Arctic science, technology and society (COASTS).

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Cold ocean survival

MI researcher co-authors chapter in international publication

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No holding back

HSS alumna named Labrador Institute’s International Indigenous Intern

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Ocean fellows

Unique collaboration opens up world of ocean sciences to teachers-in-training

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Norwegian cruise

A summertime sail in search of Nordic 'black smoker' vents

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Community connections

Nunavut teacher embraces culture, land and lifelong learning

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One ocean, one year

OFI leading the way in Canada's blue economy

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Op-ed: Dr. Jim Wyse

Canada’s radio-navigation infrastructure needs to 'trump' Donald’s made-in-America GPS

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Ocean messengers

Montevecchi's 'eureka moment': Seabirds, fisheries and climate change

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Strange bedfellows

Contact points: Oil development and tourism in coastal communities

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Understanding the potential

Rare earth element research to aid in northern mining evaluation

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Thriving communities

Harris Centre leads Sustainable Northern Coastal Communities initiative

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‘Planting the seed’

Woodward's delivers Project Sucseed units to Nunavut, Northern Labrador

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Unexplored ocean floor

MI student surveys Northwest Passage during summer work term

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Across ‘the Tickle’

To and fro: Coastal commuting between Bell Island and mainland Newfoundland

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Safer ships

Predicting the structural response of vessels and ice impacts

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We are here

Cold Ocean and Arctic Science, Technology and Society at Memorial

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Sustained and diversified

Determining the key to a successful shrimp fishery in Nunatsiavut

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Thriving together

Simulation collaboration combines forces to improve rural health care

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Two-eyed seeing

Aboriginal Health Initiative links Innu and Western medicine