Author Archives: Claude Renaud

American Brook Lamprey Where Art Thou?

Logjams and garbage but no lampreys. Dr. Claude Renaud wraps up his fieldwork along the Hudson River, but specimens are hard to come by! Continue reading

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Searching for the American Brook Lamprey along the Mighty Hudson River

Sometimes, science is as much about the quest as the result. Dr. Claude Renaud shares his experiences from a recent fieldtrip to locate a specific species of lamprey, which was first described 170 years ago. Continue reading

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Mission Accomplished for Lamprey Field Team in Northwest Territories

Despite some rough waters, museum scientists reach their quota of lampreys as fieldwork wraps up. Continue reading

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Science in the Kitchen…Collecting Lampreys in the Hay River, Northwest Territories

Success at last as museum scientists hit the jackpot for lampreys…and their kitchen become a lab! Continue reading

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Collecting Lampreys in the Martin River, Northwest Territories

Electrofishing or digging in the dirt? Our researchers do what it takes to get the job done as they begin their quest for lampreys. Continue reading

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Research in the Northwest Territories: Shipment? What Shipment?

Despite meticulous planning, there are often unforeseen challenges during fieldwork, as Claude Renaud and Noel Alfonso found out upon their arrival in Yellowknife. Continue reading

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Looking for Lampreys in Northwest Territories

Two museum scientists head North to collect lampreys and learn more about their evolution in the Arctic. Continue reading

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