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Daigle, R.M., W. Haider, S. F. Lozada, K. Irwin, P. Archambault, I. M. Côté. De côte à côte: la perception publique des biens dérivés de l'océan au Canada. Quebec-Ocean Annual General Meeting. November, 2015 Daigle, R.M., W. Haider, S. F. Lozada, K. Irwin, P. Archambault, I. M. Côté. From coast to coast: Public perception of ocean-derived benefits in Canada. Dalhousie University. Joint Oceanography/Biology Invited Seminar Speaker. November, 2015 Daigle, R.M., W. Haider, S. F. Lozada, K. Irwin, P. Archambault, I. M. Côté. From coast to coast: Public perception of ocean-derived benefits in Canada. Acadia University. Invited Seminar Speaker. October, 2015 Daigle, R.M. Intro to GIS mapping in R. Mozilla Scientific Programming Study Group at Acadia University. September, 2015. Lesson Notes: http://remi-daigle.github.io/GIS_mapping_in_R/ Daigle, R.M. Data manipulation with 'tidyr' and 'reshape2'. Mozilla Scientific Programming Study Group at Simon Fraser University. July, 2015. Lesson Notes: http://remi-daigle.github.io/tidyr_reshape2_lesson/ Daigle, R.M. From mm to MPAs: The importance of larval dispersal in the design of MPAs. Pacific Biological Station Invited Speaker. January, 2015 Daigle, R.M., P. Archambault, I. M. Côté, W. Haider, B. Halpern, J. S. Lowndes, K. Irwin What is Ocean Health: Developing an Ocean Health Index which reflects Canadian realities. Université du Québec à Rimouski Invited Speaker. March, 2014 Daigle, R.M., A. Metaxas. Water Column VS Seafloor: What affects larval distributions? Ottawa, ON. CHONe Network Meeting. October, 2012 (Poster) Daigle, R.M., A. Metaxas, B. de Young. Multi-scale distribution and spatial variability of benthic invertebrate larvae. San Francisco, USA. Larval Biology Symposium 2012. July, 2012 Daigle, R.M., A. Metaxas. Multi-scale distribution and spatial variability of benthic invertebrate larvae. Halifax, NS. Marine CDOGS 2012. March, 2012 Daigle, R.M., A. Metaxas. Small-scale distribution and spatial variability of benthic invertebrate larvae. Aberdeen, UK. World Marine Biodiversity Conference 2011. September, 2011 Daigle, R.M., A. Metaxas. Small-scale distribution and spatial variability of benthic invertebrate larvae. Halifax NS. Center for Marine Biodiversity Conference 2010. January, 2011 Daigle, R.M., A. Metaxas. Effect of thermal stratification on the vertical distribution of marine inverterate larvae. St. Andrews NB. ACCESS/NEERS 2010. May, 2010 Daigle, R.M., A. Metaxas. Vertical distribution of marine invertebrate larvae in response to thermal stratification. Halifax NS. CDOGS 2010. March, 2010 Daigle, R.M., A. Metaxas. Dispersal, connectivity and behaviour of marine benthic invertebrate larvae. Montréal QC. CHONe Network Meeting. October, 2009 (Poster) Daigle, R.M., C. DiBacco, M.A. Bravo, T.W. Therriault, G.E. Gillespie, C.J, Brauner. Interactions between native spp. & Carcinus maenas in Pipestem Inlet, BC. Halifax, NS. CDOGS 2009. March, 2009 Daigle, R.M., C. DiBacco, M.A. Bravo, T.W. Therriault, G.E. Gillespie, C.J, Brauner. Interactions between native Cancer spp. & Carcinus maenas in Pipestem Inlet, BC. Dartmouth, NS. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography Summer Meeting 2008. June, 2008. Oral Presentation Daigle, R.M., C. DiBacco, M.A. Bravo, T.W. Therriault, G.E. Gillespie, C.J, Brauner. Interactions between native Cancer spp. & Carcinus maenas in Pipestem Inlet, BC. Dartmouth, NS. Atlantic Canada Coastal and Estuarine Science Society Conference 2008. May, 2008. Oral Presentation Daigle, R.M., C.M. Herbinger. Extent of ecological interactions between the vase tunicate (Ciona intestinalis) and the blue mussel (Mytilus edulis).St. John's NL. APICS Annual Aquaculture Conference. March, 2008. Oral Presentation Daigle, R.M., C.M. Herbinger. Extent of ecological interactions between the vase tunicate (Ciona intestinalis) and the farmed blue mussel (Mytilus edulis). Brudnell, PEI. International Invasive Sea-Squirt Conference II. October, 2007. Oral Presentation Daigle, R.M., E.M.J. Smith, S. Howes, C.M. Herbinger, B. Vercaemer, P. Darnell, D. Cook. On-going Research on Ciona intestinalis in Nova Scotia. Halifax, NS. Aquaculture Association of Nova Scotia, Scotia Pride 2006, Invasive Species Session. January, 2006. Oral Presentation

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