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  • American Eel | GMRC
    for the GMRC Newsletter Enter your email address Subscribe Unsubscribe EMAIL PRINT American Eel Title Identification of traditional and current eel habitat and migration barriers in Gespe gewa gi Description The purpose of this research is to identify and assess traditional overwintering fishing grounds of the American Eel on three First Nation communities of Listuguj Eel River Bar and Pabineau A survey of waterways will identify arrival and migration barriers

    Original URL path: http://www.migmaqresource.org/project/american-eel (2016-02-09)
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  • Calling Back the Salmon | GMRC
    Nation Sign Up for the GMRC Newsletter Enter your email address Subscribe Unsubscribe EMAIL PRINT Calling Back the Salmon Title Calling Back the Salmon Engaging The Youth in Salmon Enhancement Activities Description This project will engage a youth group made up of 12 students from grade 7 and 8 from the Alaqsitew Gitpu School in Listuguj The students will learn about the historical and current native and non native salmon

    Original URL path: http://www.migmaqresource.org/project/calling-back-salmon (2016-02-09)
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  • The American eel and the Maritime ringlet butterfly | GMRC
    assessment between the american eel and the maritime ringlet butterfly in the traditional district of Gespe gewa gi Description The objective of this project is to take an ecological approach to the research and awareness of the American Eel and the Maritime ringlet butterfly Such an ecological approach recognizes that all ecosystems are interdependent and that changes to one ecosystem can impact another As the Maritime ringlet butterfly is limited

    Original URL path: http://www.migmaqresource.org/project/american-eel-and-maritime-ringlet-butterfly (2016-02-09)
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  • Eel/Elver Project | GMRC
    Relative Abundance of Juvenile American Eel Elvers in Gespe gewa gi project is intended to gather data that reveals the abundance or abundance trends of juvenile American Eels Elvers in the southern Gulf of St Lawrence region Data will be collected by setting habitat traps and ramp traps and by counting elvers and associated information about their length weight and pigmentation stage Very little is known about elvers or about basic biological information such as growth rate variations length etc The inventory to estimate the relative abundance of juvenile American Eel elvers is intended to better understand the trends in annual recruitment of the young of year eels over time in order to produce a qualitative appraisal of the annual recruitment of American eel to the Gulf of St Lawrence and inland fresh water systems in eastern Canada The inventory results will provide data that is currently unknown regarding Atlantic coastal recruitment success and enhance scientific understanding of American Eel population dynamics It is envisioned that the monitoring program will be a yearly exercise Ongoing use of the literature produced in the project also to be produced in the Mi gmaq language and its dissemination across the Mi gmaq Nation

    Original URL path: http://www.migmaqresource.org/project/eelelver-project (2016-02-09)
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  • Lobster Contaminants | GMRC
    Importance of Plamu Atlantic Salmon to the Mi gmaq of Listuguj and Eel River Bar First Nation Sign Up for the GMRC Newsletter Enter your email address Subscribe Unsubscribe EMAIL PRINT Lobster Contaminants Title Screening the Levels of Lead Cadmium Arsenic Chromium Zinc Mercury and Thallium in the Traditional Food Lobster of Eel River Bar First Nation Description The purpose of this project was to examine the concentrations of heavy metal contaminants cadmium lead arsenic and mercury as well as chromium thallium and zinc within the lobster traditionally consumed by the Mi gmaq of Eel River Bar New Brunswick A total of 44 lobsters we tested where 22 were cooked and 22 were raw Due to high laboratory analysis costs a decision was made to test both lobster meat and tomalley together for each lobster The mean concentrations for all 44 lobsters were found to be lower than the maximum allowed levels according to International standards for arsenic cadmium lead and mercury However when observing the levels of heavy metals in individual lobsters five 5 lobster had levels of cadmium that were in excess of its respecting International standard of 0 5 mg kg set by the Commission of the

    Original URL path: http://www.migmaqresource.org/project/lobster-contaminants-0 (2016-02-09)
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  • Nepisiguit River Elver Monitoring | GMRC
    of Plamu Atlantic Salmon to the Mi gmaq of Listuguj and Eel River Bar First Nation Sign Up for the GMRC Newsletter Enter your email address Subscribe Unsubscribe EMAIL PRINT Nepisiguit River Elver Monitoring Title Nepisiguit River Elver Monitoring Description The purpose of this project is to observe the presence American eel both upstream and downstream of the Nepisiguit Falls Generating Station NFGS on the Nepisiguit River mainly in the

    Original URL path: http://www.migmaqresource.org/project/nepisiguit-river-elver-monitoring (2016-02-09)
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  • P.L.A.M.U. | GMRC
    Healthy Lifestyles Activities and Mi gmaq Understandings of Restigouche River salmon Description This project will gather information to determine the levels of contaminants that may be found in wild Atlantic salmon and if the suspected presence of contaminants in wild Atlantic salmon is affecting the public s perception on the nutritional benefits of traditional foods Objectives To determine the levels of contaminants dioxins and furans found within Restigouche River salmon

    Original URL path: http://www.migmaqresource.org/project/plamu (2016-02-09)
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  • P.L.A.M.U. (phase 2) | GMRC
    Mi gmaq Understandings of Restigouche River salmon Description This project is a continuation of the first P L A M U project GMRC will be gathering salmon from the Restigouche salmon and will be speaking with community members from Listuguj Eel River Bar and Pabineau about past and present practices regarding Atlantic salmon The aim of this project is to strengthen the relationship between the salmon the river and the

    Original URL path: http://www.migmaqresource.org/project/plamu-phase-2 (2016-02-09)
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