CMAR leads and supports applied research projects that advance the management, long-term sustainability, growth, and reliability of Nova Scotia’s marine coastal resources.
Our diverse group of scientists and specialists conduct research and participate in science advisory work to improve the management and development of ecologically and economically valuable marine resources. We promote innovation and science-based decision-making by collecting and analysing biophysical and socio-economic data.
Explore some of our recent work on fisheries, aquaculture, climate change, ecology, economics, and other important issues to Nova Scotia’s marine coastal resources.
Aquaculture Fisheries Media Peer-reviewed
CMAR collects data on Essential Ocean Variables to support and inform the science-based development of Nova Scotia’s coastal industry, guide government policy and management decisions, encourage environmental stewardship, and ensure preparedness for climate change.
CMAR developed and maintains a mapping tool with over 40 layers of coastal infrastructure data to inform business and government decision-making.