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Rioghnach Steiner

Undergraduate Student

I am an undergraduate student at the University of Northern British Columbia studying Fisheries and Wildlife and a graduate of the Fish and Wildlife Technician program at the College of the North Atlantic in Corner Brook, NL. I am currently helping Dr. Eduardo Martins and his graduate student with their study of Arctic grayling and bull trout on the Parsnip river system in B.C. while working on an undergrad thesis looking at the change in size of Atlantic salmon smolts in different river systems in Newfoundland and Labrador. My ambition is to study the population dynamics of species native to Newfoundland such as Atlantic cod and Atlantic salmon, as both of these species are on the decline.

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