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Dr. Donald C. Gordon Jr.

Education

Hamilton College, A.B., 1962 (Geology)
University of Rhode Island, M.Sc.., 1964 (Oceanography)
Dalhousie University, Ph.D., 1968 (Oceanography)

Assistant Professor of Oceanography, University of Hawaii (1968-1970)
Research Scientist, Fisheries and Oceans Canada (1970-present)
Head, Environmental Quality Division, Marine Ecology Laboratory (1970-1975)
Acting Director, Marine Ecology Laboratory (1975-1976)
Acting Director, Marine Ecology Laboratory (1980)
Head, Fisheries Oceanography Division, Marine Ecology Laboratory (1985-1987).
Head, Habitat Ecology Division, Biological Sciences Branch (1988-1994).

Research

Dr. Gordon has led numerous multidisciplinary projects investigating the effects of human activities on the marine environment, including oil spills, tidal barrages, hydrocarbon drilling wastes and mobile fishing gear. His focus has been on benthic habitat and community studies with a strong field component. Recently, Dr. Gordon has gained experience in benthic habitat mapping.

Key Words: oil spills, tidal barrages, drilling wastes, habitat mapping, mobile fishing gear

For more information, please email Donald Gordon or contact him at the address below.

Habitat Ecology Section
Marine Environmental Sciences Division
Department of Fisheries and Oceans
Bedford Institute of Oceanography
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia B2Y 4A2
Phone: (902) 426-2798
Fax: (902) 426-6695

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