The Gaspé: July 2013 Archives
Tuesday July 23, 2013
The proliferation of the didymo algae in some rivers of the Gaspé peninsula is raising concerns among local water preservation groups. The Duval river for example, tributary to the Bonaventure river, is reaching record levels of the invading algae.
Carole-Ann Gillis is a PhD student at INRS, l'Institut national de la recherche scientifique, and has been studying the presence of didymo algae in rivers for the past seven years.
She joined us on the line this morning from Matapedia.
Categories: Environment, The Gaspé
Tuesday July 2, 2013
Categories: Quebec's travelling journalist, The Gaspé, Wharves
- July 2014
- Wed., 30 – Nineties with a Smile
- June 2014
- May 2014
- Tue., 20 – Sharing memories of Bonaventure Polyvalent
- March 2014
- Fri., 28 – Helping refill food banks in the Gaspé
- February 2014
- Wed., 26 – Stay or Go?
- January 2014
- Tue., 7 – Avalanche risk in Quebec
- November 2013
- Fri., 8 – Sharing art and land in Carleton-sur-Mer
- October 2013
- Fri., 4 – Unplugged in Bonaventure
- September 2013
- August 2013
- July 2013
- Tue., 2 – Part 3: Gaspé Wharves
- June 2013
- Thu., 27 – Part 1: Gaspé Wharves
- May 2013
- April 2013
- Fri., 26 – Beaver Dam Memorial