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Dr. Rose's co-author Dr. Sherrylynn Rowe with a large cod being tagged and released (Victoria Neville)

A recent publication by Dr. George Rose and Dr. Sherrylynn Rowe (Marine Institute) documents the recovery of northern Atlantic cod off the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador over the past decade.

Research, led by Dr. George Rose, tracks what is arguably the most important comeback of any fish stock worldwide. Studying the great northern Atlantic cod stock complex off Newfoundland and Labrador, once considered among the largest cod stocks in the world before its disastrous decline in the 1990s, Dr. Rose documents the stock’s rebound over the past decade from tens of thousands to several hundred thousand tonnes and growing.

You can also listen to  Dr. George Rose on CBC's Quirks and Quarks talking about the recovery of the Northern cod population!

Dr. Shawn Leroux

Dr. Shawn Leroux and Justin Strong, a former undergraduate student in his lab, recently released a paper investigating the impacts of invasive terrestrial mammal species on Newfoundland’s terrestrial mammal food web.