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Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : 50% of shellfish in BC comes from Bayne Sound. Making research project on ocean acidification so important. https://t.co/A7xoqNOfOa 1 month 3 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : Collaboration between science and Indigenous knowledge produces solid results. For proof, look no further than a gr… https://t.co/sujukpGug5 1 month 3 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : We’re out here! Hakai ecosystem mapping team took to the hills for using https://t.co/Mp0KHtZU2F 1 month 3 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : It's called Biodiversity of the Central Coast but this free field guide & iPhone/Android app will help yo… https://t.co/6XRJuBxRsw 1 month 3 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow Some corals like it cold Our latest underwater video from British Columbia features soft coral called sea strawber… https://t.co/jKItrplMwa 1 month 3 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow New video! For a brief moment every day, the strong current in Surge Narrows slows down—the perfect time to dive i… https://t.co/S9prKnJ9Hb 1 month 3 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : 'Tis the season for herring to spawn! Aerial and upclose view of the milky waters accompanied by the fishy smells! https://t.co/u1Vm2tBtF9 1 month 3 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : Now with more animation! https://t.co/0qkVeZsF06 1 month 3 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : Solar panels, gardens, boats... all in 3D! Mapping our off grid operation on Calvert Island with dr… https://t.co/7FjcrRemRG 1 month 3 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow Friday Harbor Labs DNA barcoding seaweed. Great comparison with our work at in the context of… https://t.co/oS3JO6dciq 1 month 3 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : Some hail at our dock this morning in Pruth Bay on Calvert Island. The joys of spring. https://t.co/isV292rMap 1 month 3 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : Yesterday's spawn view. The bay just North of Kwakume Pt. Pic: Will McInnes & Luba Reshitnyk https://t.co/4zmslMZbgU 1 month 3 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow Sea lions swimming through herring spawn in Kwakume Inlet on the Central Coast of British Columbia Pic… https://t.co/LKcbVBoXFr 1 month 3 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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