Many wild salmon populations in B.C. have experienced substantial declines over the last three decades. New UBC research published today can help chart a course towards better protection of wild salmon.
Two pathogens linked to salmon health and survival in B.C.
May 19, 2022 Author: UBC Forestry
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Female sockeye are dying at higher rates than their male counterparts on their journey back to spawning grounds, UBC Forestry research finds.Read More Female Salmon are Dying at Higher Rates Than Male Salmon
New study offers improved pathways for monitoring and evaluation of climate adaptation conservation initiatives
A new study offers pathways to improve monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of climate-informed conservation while revealing how practitioners are currently monitoring conservation adaptation projects. This research examines a portfolio of 76 conservation adaptation initiatives that were led by non-governmental organizations and implemented in diverse ecosystems across the United States between 2011 and 2017.Read More New study offers improved pathways for monitoring and evaluation of climate adaptation conservation initiatives
Salmon have lost access to as much as 85 per cent of their historical floodplain habitat due to dikes and similar infrastructure.Read More Up to 85 Percent of Historical Salmon Habitat Lost in Lower Fraser Region