Canada’s vast arctic coastline fisheries supports food security for many communities. Maintaining healthy and sustainable fisheries in the arctic requires a deep understanding of the movement of the local fish populations. Jacqueline Chapman, a PhD student of Dr. Steven Cooke, and her collaborators are researching Canadian arctic fisheries by tracking the fish through the FISHES project (Fostering Indigenous Small-scale fisheries for Health, Economy, and food Security).

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