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Ecology

Programs Tagged with "Ecology"

100 Islands
Changing Seascapes Program
Coastal Sand Ecosystems
Exploring ecological and geomorphic form, process, and interaction at the land-sea junction
Forage Fish Food Webs
Geospatial Technology
The Hakai geospatial team uses cutting-edge technology to help researchers map, model, and understand the physical world.
Kwakshua Watersheds Program
With this program we seek to understand and model the flux of terrestrial materials from land to sea.

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Research Elements Tagged with "Ecology"

Environmental DNA and Fish Detection
Monitoring resident and juvenile freshwater salmonids with waterborne DNA
Fire History
Reconstructing natural and cultural fire histories on Hecate Island.
Focal Seagrass and Macroalgae Species
High Seas Food Webs
Juvenile Salmon Marine Survival
Landscape and Climate Controls on Terrestrial Ecosystems
Examining landscape and climate controls on ecosystem composition and function in a complex coastal-landscape mosaic.

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Latest Blog Posts Tagged with "Ecology"

Hakai Caribbean Adventure
There may not be coral reefs or mangrove forests in British Columbia. But like the Hakai Institute, this research station in Panama is part of the Smithsonian Institution’s MarineGEO network. Travel to the Caribbean and see how marine scientists track coastal change in the tropics.
Sea Otter Return Likely Won’t Harm Abalone Recovery
What if there are two endangered species in the same habitat, but one of them eats the other? That’s the conundrum presented by sea otters and abalone.

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