The Environment Canada in partnership with the Canadian Rivers Institute (CRI) at the University of New Brunswick (UNB) has developed an online training program of nationally standardized protocols for aquatic biomonitoring. The full program consists of online learning modules followed by a field certification workshop.
The training program is designed to accommodate a range of participants based how CABIN will be applied. Those participants who will be collecting samples or entering data require less training than those who will be designing CABIN studies and using the suite of analytical tools that are available through the CABIN website.
Once certified, CABIN partners gain access to a suite of web-accessible tools and resources such as a national database of biological reference condition information, a data management system, analytical software and reporting tools.
For detailed information about the certification program, fees, and schedule, please visit the CRI training website.
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