2016-12-19

Researchers and a technician from Rimouski’s ocean sciences institute (This link will take you to another Web site ISMER) (French only), based at the Université du Québec à Rimouski, recently participated in a large-scale oceanographic expedition in the Canadian Arctic, aboard the Canadian icebreaker This link will take you to another Web site CCGS Amundsen, to collect marine sediment samples that will help reconstruct the climatic and oceanographic variations since the last ice age.

Professor in marine geochemistry and geology, This link will take you to another Web site Jean-Carlos Montero-Serrano (French only), PhD candidate in This link will take you to another Web site oceanography (French only), Charles-Édouard Deschamps, ISMER technician Pascal Rioux, and researcher Thomas Richerol embarked on this expedition, from August 25 to October 6, as part of work with This link will take you to another Web site ArcticNet, a Network of Centres of Excellence of Canada.

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