Please direct your comments, questions, or concerns via the form. We will reply as soon as possible.
For the MEDIA: Please note that we normally do not comment on shark stories or incidents that take place outside of Canada.
For SPORT DIVERS: Please note that for safety and legal reasons, we usually do not respond to enquiries pertaining to sport diving with sharks (where, when, how). Please refer to the GEERG Diver Code of Conduct and Safety Procedures for Diving with the Greenland Shark in the Publications section.
For UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHERS: We do not carry freelance photographers aboard our boats nor do we guide freelance photographers underwater during our research activities.
Our vessel is licensed by Transport Canada solely for the purpose of scientific research. Therefore, WE DO NOT CONDUCT RECREATIONAL DIVE CHARTERS.
For SCIENTIFIC DIVERS: Divers taking part in our research activities must be members in good standing or members in training of the Canadian Association for Underwater Science (CAUS) or equivalent (AAUS, SDSC, etc.). They must provide a current medical for occupational diving - a sport diving medical does not qualify - as well as certificates of training for CPR and oxygen administration. Training for Marine Emergency Duties (MED A3) is highly recommended.
For UNIVERSITY STUDENTS: No INTERNSHIPS are presently open. Applications received are kept on file for a period of one year.
Jeffrey Gallant, M.Sc.
President / Scientific Director
1990 Saint-Jacques Street
Canada J2B 7V5
RESEARCH VESSEL SKALUGSUAK
The R/V Skalugsuak is based in Baie-Comeau.
Club nautique de Baie-Comeau
20, avenue Cartier
Canada G4Z 0A2
Greenland Shark and Elasmobranch Education and Research Group (GEERG)
Quebec Shark Observatory (QSO)
Administration: Drummondville, QC
R/V Skalugsuak: Club nautique de Baie-Comeau
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