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St Andrews Biological Station

Overview page. Subjects: History of the Americas.

In 1908 the Biological Board of Canada opened Atlantic Canada's first permanent marine research station in St Andrews, New Brunswick. Located at Brandy Cove, the site was chosen for its ...

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St Andrews Biological Station

Suzanne Taylor.

in The Oxford Companion to Canadian History

January 2004; p ublished online January 2004 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Regional and National History. 211 words.

In 1908 the Biological Board of Canada opened Atlantic Canada's first permanent marine research station in St Andrews, New Brunswick.

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St Andrews Biological Station

Overview page. Subjects: History of the Americas.

In 1908 the Biological Board of Canada opened Atlantic Canada's first permanent marine research station in St Andrews, New Brunswick. Located at Brandy Cove, the site was chosen for its ...

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A Century of Maritime Science: The St. Andrews Biological Station. <i>Edited by Jennifer Hubbard, David J. Wildish, and Robert L. Stephenson</i>

Richard W Judd.

in Environmental History

April 2018; p ublished online January 2018 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Environmental History; Environment; Environmentalist Thought and Ideology (Social Science). 603 words.

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Non-indigenous tunicate species in the Bay of Fundy, eastern Canada

Murielle M. LeGresley, Jennifer L. Martin, Paul McCurdy, Bruce Thorpe and Blythe D. Chang.

in ICES Journal of Marine Science

July 2008; p ublished online March 2008 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Environmental Science; Marine and Estuarine Biology. 2265 words.

LeGresley, M. M., Martin, J. L., McCurdy, P., Thorpe, B., and Chang, B. D. 2008. Non-indigenous tunicate species in the Bay of Fundy, eastern Canada. – ICES Journal of Marine...

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