Tag: biodiversity

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The adventure begins: Students on Ice Arctic Youth Expedition 2010

The excitement was palpable in Ottawa's beautifully restored Museum of Nature. Eighty university and high school students from five countries grinned through a "speed dating" session with the 35 authors, artists, elders, media celebrities,... Read More
The excitement was palpable in Ottawa's beautifully restored Museum of Nature. Eighty university and high school students from five...
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Say hello to the eulachon!

This humble little fish has quite a story to tell. No more than four inches in length, the eulachon is a forage fish (it is eaten by larger fish, birds, and mammals) found... Read More
This humble little fish has quite a story to tell. No more than four inches in length, the...
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Atlantic bluefin tuna trade ban fails

Doha, Qatar – Discussion of a long-awaited proposal to ban international commercial trade in Atlantic bluefin tuna was cut short today at the largest wildlife trade convention when an immediate vote was pushed through.... Read More
Doha, Qatar – Discussion of a long-awaited proposal to ban international commercial trade in Atlantic bluefin tuna was cut...
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A conservation milestone: The Gwaii Haanas Marine Agreement

Bald eagles are a common sight on Haida Gwaii (the Queen Charlotte Islands) on BC’s north Pacific coast. Less so on the campus of the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. But there they... Read More
Bald eagles are a common sight on Haida Gwaii (the Queen Charlotte Islands) on BC’s north Pacific coast. Less...
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