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Changing Landscapes

Programs Tagged with "Changing Landscapes"

Coastal Sand Ecosystems
Exploring ecological and geomorphic form, process, and interaction at the land-sea junction
Geological History Program
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.

Research Elements Tagged with "Changing Landscapes"

Advances in Geochronological Methods
Beach-Dune Eco-morphodynamics
Beach-Dune Eco-morphodynamics on Contrasting Pocket Beaches
Fire History
Reconstructing natural and cultural fire histories on Hecate Island.
Glaciation
Hydrology and Climate
Establishing a hydrological and meteorological observation network on an outer coast island of the coastal temperate rainforest.
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 "Changing Landscapes"

Mapping British Columbia’s Deflating Glaciers
When the Hakai Institute expanded our research umbrella, we started at the top—BC’s coastal glaciers and snowpack. And when it came to methods, we went straight to the obvious tool to study ice and snow—lasers.
Just What Lives on the Rocks of Calvert Island?
The coffee hadn’t kicked in yet, but there is an unspoken excitement in the air despite the constant drizzle working its way through well-worn Gore-Tex. The tide is dropping to low, and this team of a dozen scientists has biodiversity to study.

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