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With drop in illegal fishing comes rise in piracy, study in Indonesia finds Mongabay Maria Palomares February 22
Southern Resident Orcas Off Oregon Coast Designated as Endangered by Local Agencies Oregon Coast Beach Connection Josh McInnes February 19
Eight ways that the stopping of overfishing will promote biodiversity and help address climate change Phys.org Rashid Sumaila February 18
The state of the oceans could accentuate food insecurity in coastal communities The Times HUB William Cheung February 17
8 ways that stopping overfishing will promote biodiversity and help address climate change Greenpeace Rashid Sumaila February 17
In Brazil, the seahorse black market is bustling Popular Science Sarah Foster February 16
8 ways that stopping overfishing will promote biodiversity and help address climate change The Conversation Rashid Sumaila February 15
In the Galápagos Islands, penguins are contaminated with microplastics El País Karly McMullen, Juan José Alava, Evgeny Pakhomov February 5
Critics push for more transparency at RFMOs that govern high seas fishing Mongabay Daniel Pauly January 31
Newest southern resident orca calf missing and presumed dead, research centre says Global News Juan José Alava and Fanny Couture January 30
Whale 'so close we could have scratched its belly:' Rowers complete 5,000-kilometre race across Atlantic Vancouver Sun Lauren Shea January 27
New study shows how industrial development decimated fish populations near Vancouver Vancouver Sun Jesse Morin January 26
Team Finds Microplastics in Endangered Galápagos Penguins’ Food Web Laboratory Equipment Karly McMullen, Juan José Alava, Evgeny Pakhomov January 26
Microplastics May Be Accumulating in the Food Chain of Endangered Galápagos Penguins EcoWatch Karly McMullen, Juan José Alava, Evgeny Pakhomov January 26
Microplastics are being eaten by the endangered Galapagos penguin Meteored Karly McMullen, Juan José Alava, Evgeny Pakhomov January 26
In Brazil, the Seahorse Black Market Is Bustling Hakai Magazine Sarah Foster January 25
Climate change could critically harm $253 billion US fishing industry, experts tell senators The Hill Rashid Sumaila January 24
Microplastics may be accumulating rapidly in endangered Galápagos penguins’ food web EurekAlert! Karly McMullen, Juan José Alava, Evgeny Pakhomov January 24
Galápagos penguin is exposed to and may accumulate microplastics at high rate within its food web, modeling suggests Phys.org Karly McMullen, Juan José Alava, Evgeny Pakhomov January 24
Galápagos penguins at risk from microplastics in polluted food web Earth.com Karly McMullen, Juan José Alava, Evgeny Pakhomov January 24
A study reveals impact of microplastics on Galápagos Islands' penguins Interesting Engineering Karly McMullen, Juan José Alava, Evgeny Pakhomov January 24
38 days, 5,000 km: Pair of B.C. biologists help claim victory in ‘World’s Toughest Row’ Global News Lauren Shea January 22
SFU professor and team win women’s class of World’s Toughest Row, cross the Atlantic in 38 days SFU News Lauren Shea January 22
New study shows how industrial development decimated fish populations near Vancouver Yahoo! News Jesse Morin January 18
Shifting baseline syndrome PSU Vanguard Daniel Pauly January 18
2023’s top ocean news stories (commentary) Mongabay Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila January 16
Tories urged to end ‘idiotic’ £1.8bn tax break for UK fishing fleet The Guardian Rashid Sumaila January 13
'It rains flying fish every night,' say marine biologists rowing non-stop across the Atlantic Vancouver Sun Lauren Shea January 12
Oceans break heat records five years in a row Nature William Cheung January 11
Overexploitation rates cause decline in yellowfin tuna in Indian Ocean Nation of Change Daniel Pauly January 9

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All-woman crew rows for conservation The Cordova Times Lauren Shea December 25
Chemicals from wildfire smoke and oil emissions found in orcas: UBC study Vancouver Sun Juan José Alava December 23
Harmful toxins from oil spills, wildfire smoke found in B.C. orcas: study CBC News Juan José Alava December 20
Unveiling the Impact of Oil Emissions and Wildfire Smoke Azo Cleantech Juan José Alava December 20
Chemicals from wildfire smoke found in whales: UBC research City News Everywhere Juan José Alava December 20
Toxic chemicals found in oil spills and wildfire smoke detected in killer whales Phys.org Juan José Alava December 19
Toxic chemicals from oil spills, wildfire smoke found in B.C. killer whales Global News Juan José Alava December 19
Discovery of Toxins in Killer Whales Raises Concerns for Ocean Health Express Healthcare Management Juan José Alava December 19
Toxins from oil spills and wildfires are found in killer whales and their offspring Earth.com Juan José Alava December 19
B.C. killer whales poisoned with wildfire and fossil fuel toxins, study finds Vancouver Is Awesome Juan José Alava December 19
Was 2023 a washout year for the ocean and climate? Canada's National Observer William Cheung December 18
B.C. women scientists have begun a 5,000-kilometre rowboat race Times Colonist Lauren Shea December 14
Your Local Sea Snail Might Not Make It in Warmer Oceans – But Oysters Will The Good Men Project Christopher Harley December 13
Crew of marine scientists to row across the Atlantic for ocean conservation CTV News Vancouver Lauren Shea December 12
All-women team to row 6 weeks across Atlantic for ocean conservation Vancouver Is Awesome Lauren Shea December 8
Meet one of the UBC scientists planning to row 5,000 kilometers non-stop across the Atlantic SaltWire Lauren Shea December 7
Meet a UBC scientist planning to row 5,000 kilometres non-stop across the Atlantic Vancouver Sun Lauren Shea December 7
Bearing Witness to Climate Change on Cape Cod The Provincetown Independent Daniel Pauly December 6
Annual climate summit to get underway this week Global News morning William Cheung November 29
Stunning video shows Antarctic killer whales appearing to use icebergs as scratching posts, possibly to exfoliate their skin Business Insider Andrew Trites November 29
The ocean’s first large swimming apex predators had exceptionally rapid growth EurekAlert! Daniel Pauly November 29
See a Thrilling Battle Between a Sea Lion and an Octopus AZ Animals Andrew Trites November 28
Nanaimo woman captures video of ‘life and death’ battle between sea lion, octopus CHEK News Andrew Trites November 21
Sailors playing heavy metal to scare killer whales may be putting a target on their backs by telling the orcas exactly where to find them Business Insider India Andrew Trites November 18
Low-Income Nations Could Lose 30% Seafood Nutrients Ahmedad Mirror William Cheung November 18
Climate change could mean less nutrition in the seas National Observer William Cheung November 17
11 UBC Science researchers featured on global highly cited list UBC Science Rashid Sumaila, William Cheung, Daniel Pauly November 15
UBC COP28 delegates, climate experts and story ideas UBC News Rashid Sumaila, William Cheung, Simon Donner November 15
The ocean seen from the heart | Hubert Reeves, for the last time Actual News Magazine Daniel Pauly November 10
‘Very good progress’ but nothing firm as deep-sea mining rules are hashed out Mongabay Rashid Sumaila November 10
Harness potential of blue economy to reduce unemployment in Africa- Prof Rashid Sumaila BusinessGhana Rashid Sumaila November 10
Seafood Diets, Nutrients Threatened by Rising Global Heat The United Nations Environment Program estimates that half of the world’s population already lives within 60 kilometers of the sea. The Good Men Project William Cheung November 9
Understanding the Link Between Diving Efficiency and Penguins’ Breeding Success CityLife Marie Auger-Méthé, Sarah McComb-Turbitt November 9
Harness potential of blue economy to reduce unemployment in Africa- Prof Rashid Sumaila Graphic Online Rashid Sumaila November 9
Why do orcas keep attacking ships? CKNW Mornings with Simi Andrew Trites November 9
Killer whales attack boats off Europe. Could same thing happen in Florida? Naples Daily News Andrew Trites November 8
Orcas strike back (again), sinking another yacht in Europe after 45-minute attack USA Today Andrew Trites November 7
Orcas Sink Another Boat in the Strait of Gibraltar Smithsonian Magazine Andrew Trites November 7
Orcas sink another sailboat as a bewildering wave of attacks continues New Scientist Andrew Trites November 7
Orcas sink another sailboat as a bewildering wave of attacks continues New Scientist Andrew Trites November 7
Researchers study the 'unprecedented behavior' of orcas attacking ships KCBS Radio Josh McInnes November 7
Climate change will worsen the quality of fish Huffington Post William Cheung November 7
Fishing down the food web: Bye-bye big fish, hello jellyfish and don’t talk about conservation Daniel Maverick Daniel Pauly November 6
Once they have laid their eggs, fish become 'young' again: Study Phys.org Daniel Pauly November 6
Low-Income Countries Face 30% Decline In Seafood Nutrients Due To Climate Change India Education Diary William Cheung November 6
Algal outbreaks around the world are crowding out corals Science Sara Cannon November 6
Killer whales sink yacht after 45-minute attack, Polish tour company says Aol.com Andrew Trites November 6
Killer whales sink yacht after 45-minute attack, Polish tour company says CBS News Andrew Trites November 6
No Fish, No Food Nautilus William Cheung November 3
Orcas Are Learning Terrifying New Behaviors Scientific America Josh McInnes November 2
Low-income countries could lose 30% seafood nutrients from climate change: Study Deccan Herald William Cheung October 31
Climate change to slash seafood nutrients by 30% in low-income countries Head Topics William Cheung October 31
Low-Income Countries Could Lose 30% Of Nutrients From Seafood Due To Climate Change ScienceBlog.com William Cheung October 31
Climate Change May Slash Seafood Nutrients by 33% in Poor Nations Mirage News William Cheung October 31
Climate change to slash seafood nutrients by 30% in low-income countries News Medical William Cheung October 30
Low-income countries could lose 30% of nutrients like protein and omega-3 from seafood due to climate change EurekaAlert! William Cheung October 30
Low-income countries could lose 30% of nutrients like protein and omega-3 from seafood due to climate change UBC News William Cheung October 30
Seafood diets, nutrients threatened by rising global heat Sustainability Times William Cheung October 30
Low-income countries could lose 30% of nutrients like protein and omega-3 from seafood due to climate change UBC Science William Cheung October 30
Low-income countries could lose 30% of nutrients like protein and omega-3 from seafood due to climate change Phys.org William Cheung October 30
Low-income countries could lose 30% of nutrients like protein and omega-3 from seafood due to climate change Vancouver Is Awesome William Cheung October 30
How safe are Vancouver's beach waters? An expert weighs in
Vancouver Is Awesome Juan José Alava October 24
Why scientists think orcas may be getting smarter The Week Josh McInnes October 24
ORCAS MAY BE TEACHING EACH OTHER HOW TO BRUTALIZE BLUE WHALES The Sun Josh McInnes October 24
ORCAS MAY BE TEACHING EACH OTHER HOW TO BRUTALIZE BLUE WHALES Futurism Josh McInnes October 24
Warm seas blamed for the disappearance of 10 billion snow crabs
New Scientist Simon Donner October 19
Ask Dr. Pauly: How does deep-sea mining affect marine life?
Oceana Daniel Pauly October 18
Orcas Rip Apart Great White Shark in Rare Attack Newsweek Andrew Trites October 18
Orcas Rip Apart Great White Shark in Rare Attack Sun Herald Andrew Trites October 18
Orcas Rip Apart Great White Shark in Rare Attack Sun News Andrew Trites October 18
Orcas Rip Apart Great White Shark in Rare Attack The Herald Andrew Trites October 18
Orcas Rip Apart Great White Shark in Rare Attack The Charlotte Observer Andrew Trites October 18
Orcas Rip Apart Great White Shark in Rare Attack The Olympian Andrew Trites October 18
Orcas Rip Apart Great White Shark in Rare Attack The State Andrew Trites October 18
Orcas Rip Apart Great White Shark in Rare Attack The Fresno Bee Andrew Trites October 18
Orcas Rip Apart Great White Shark in Rare Attack The Wichita Eagle Andrew Trites October 18
Orcas Rip Apart Great White Shark in Rare Attack The Kansas City Star Andrew Trites October 18
How clouds protect coral reefs, but will not be enough to save them from us EconoTimes Simon Donner October 15
How clouds protect coral reefs, but will not be enough to save them from us Tolerance.ca Simon Donner October 12
How clouds protect coral reefs, but will not be enough to save them from us Yahoo! News Simon Donner October 12
How clouds protect coral reefs, but will not be enough to save them from us The Conversation Simon Donner October 12
UBC researcher awarded prestigious Prince Albert medal from Oceanographic Institute of Monaco
UBC Science Rashid Sumaila October 3
Joint action urged to protect fishing areas China Daily Asia Rashid Sumaila September 25
Quirks and Quarks with Bob McDonald CBC Quirks and Quarks Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, William Cheung September 25
How the Peach Blossom Jellyfish is spreading across North America The Conversation Florian Lüskow September 22
Every fish in B.C.'s Emerald Lake may have to be killed after signs of rare parasite detected CBC News Juan José Alava September 22
Every fish in B.C.'s Emerald Lake may have to be killed after signs of rare parasite detected Yahoo! News Juan José Alava September 22
How the Peach Blossom Jellyfish is spreading across North America The Conversation Florian Lüskow September 21
How the Peach Blossom Jellyfish is spreading across North America Yahoo! News Florian Lüskow September 21
'They're not looking at the unintended consequences': Study highlights concerning toxins found in paper straws CTV News Juan José Alava September 15
Fish Buffered from Recent Marine Heatwaves, Showing There’s Still Time To Act on Climate Change The Good Men Project Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, William Cheung September 15
Stunning video appeared to show 2 humpback whales trying to save a seal from a pod of orcas, but the seal may have been trying to hide behind the gentle giants Business Insider India Andrew Trites September 14
Stunning video appeared to show 2 humpback whales trying to save a seal from a pod of orcas, but the seal may have been trying to hide behind the gentle giants Business Insider Andrew Trites September 13
Stunning video appeared to show 2 humpback whales trying to save a seal from a pod of orcas, but the seal may have been trying to hide behind the gentle giants Yahoo! News Andrew Trites September 13
Stunning video appeared to show 2 humpback whales trying to save a seal from a pod of orcas, but the seal may have been trying to hide behind the gentle giants Aol.com Andrew Trites September 13
Reality Roundtable #04: “Titanic Oceans”: Daniel Pauly, Antonio Turiel, Peter Ward Resilience Daniel Pauly September 12
Study says fish stocks along Atlantic, Pacific coasts unaffected by marine heat waves CFJC Today Kamloops Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, William Cheung September 11
Fish stocks along Atlantic, Pacific coasts unaffected by marine heat waves, study says Globe and Mail Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, William Cheung September 11
Fish stocks along Atlantic, Pacific coasts unaffected by marine heat waves, study says National Post Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, William Cheung September 11
Fish stocks along Atlantic, Pacific coasts unaffected by marine heat waves, study says Toronto Star Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, William Cheung September 11
Fish stocks along Atlantic, Pacific coasts unaffected by marine heat waves, study says Times Colonist Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, William Cheung September 11
Fish stocks along Atlantic, Pacific coasts unaffected by marine heat waves, study says Castanet Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, William Cheung September 11
Fish stocks along Atlantic, Pacific coasts unaffected by marine heat waves, study says The Hamilton Spectator Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, William Cheung September 11
Fish stocks along Atlantic, Pacific coasts unaffected by marine heat waves, study says Chek News Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, William Cheung September 11
Fish stocks along B.C. coast unaffected by marine heat waves: Study
The Province Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, William Cheung September 11
New research affirms ancestral knowledge, dating səlilwətaɬ fishery back to 850 BC
IndigiNews Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries September 8
New research affirms ancestral knowledge, dating səlilwətaɬ fishery back to 850 BC
Vancouver Sun Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries September 8
New research affirms ancestral knowledge, dating səlilwətaɬ fishery back to 850 BC
The Province Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries September 8
New research affirms ancestral knowledge, dating səlilwətaɬ fishery back to 850 BC
Yahoo! News Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries September 8
New research affirms ancestral knowledge, dating səlilwətaɬ fishery back to 850 BC
The Hamilton Spectator Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries September 8
New research affirms ancestral knowledge, dating səlilwətaɬ fishery back to 850 BC
Welland Tribune Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries September 8
New research affirms ancestral knowledge, dating səlilwətaɬ fishery back to 850 BC
Penticton Herald Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries September 8
New research affirms ancestral knowledge, dating səlilwətaɬ fishery back to 850 BC
O Canada Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries September 8
Whales swimming behind fishing vessels catch an easy feast of escaped fish, but experts warn this 'free meal' is risky, potentially lethal behavior AOL.com Andrew Trites September 3
Whales swimming behind fishing vessels catch an easy feast of escaped fish, but experts warn this 'free meal' is risky, potentially lethal behavior MSN Andrew Trites September 3
'Light of hope': B.C. researchers say some fish surviving heat waves better than once thought Yahoo! News Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, William Cheung September 3
'Light of hope': B.C. researchers say some fish surviving heat waves better than once thought Business Insider Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, William Cheung September 3
'Light of hope': B.C. researchers say some fish surviving heat waves better than once thought The Powell River Peak Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, William Cheung September 3
'Light of hope': B.C. researchers say some fish surviving heat waves better than once thought Prince George Citizen Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, William Cheung September 3
'Light of hope': B.C. researchers say some fish surviving heat waves better than once thought New Westminister Record Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, William Cheung September 3
'Light of hope': B.C. researchers say some fish surviving heat waves better than once thought Delta Optimist Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, William Cheung September 3
'Light of hope': B.C. researchers say some fish surviving heat waves better than once thought The Squamish Chief Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, William Cheung September 3
'Light of hope': B.C. researchers say some fish surviving heat waves better than once thought North Shore News Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, William Cheung September 3
'Light of hope': B.C. researchers say some fish surviving heat waves better than once thought Tri-City Now Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, William Cheung September 3
'Light of hope': B.C. researchers say some fish surviving heat waves better than once thought Burnaby Now Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, William Cheung September 3
'Light of hope': B.C. researchers say some fish surviving heat waves better than once thought Richmond News Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, William Cheung September 3
'Light of hope': B.C. researchers say some fish surviving heat waves better than once thought Vancouver Is Awesome Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, William Cheung September 3
Coast volunteers part of 'unprecedented effort' to study invasive freshwater jellyfish Coast Reporter Florian Luskow September 1
Coastal fisheries show surprising resilience to marine heat waves
Science Daily Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, William Cheung August 31
UBC Study: Fish Resist Heatwaves, Climate Action Still Viable
Mirage News Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, William Cheung August 31
Coastal fisheries show surprising resilience to marine heatwaves
UCSC Newscentre Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, William Cheung August 30
Fish surprisingly resistant to ocean heat waves, shows new international research
My Cowichan Valley Now Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, William Cheung August 30
Fish buffered from recent marine heatwaves, showing there’s still time to act on climate change
UBC News Juliano Palacios-Abrantes, William Cheung August 30
Why you should tell your children about vanishing fireflies
The Washington Post Daniel Pauly August 29
Why you should tell your children about vanishing fireflies
MSN Daniel Pauly August 29
Coral reefs 'may not be as vulnerable to climate change as previously thought'
Daily Express UK Juan José Alava August 28
Broiling in the deep
Globe and Mail Christopher Harley August 27
Human foot washed up in Victoria ‘unsurprising,’ experts say
City News Everwhere Juan José Alava August 24
The Pacific heat blob’s aftereffects are still warping ocean ecosystems
Popular Science William Cheung August 23
Years After the Blob, the Pacific Still Doesn’t Look the Same
Hakai Magazine William Cheung August 23
Pacific Coral Reef Shows A Historic Increase In Climate Resistance: Study
Pragativadi Simon Donner August 23
Beating the Heat: A Pacific Coral Reef Exhibits a New Level of Climate Resistance
List23 Simon Donner August 23
Pacific Coral Reef Shows Historic Increase In Climate Resistance
Eurasia Review Simon Donner August 22
Beating the Heat: Pacific Coral Reef Shows Unprecedented Increase in Climate Resistance
SciTechDaily Simon Donner August 22
Pacific coral reefs have naturally increased their heat tolerance Earth.com Simon Donner August 22
Death of Lolita brings heartbreak after years of effort to free captive orca Vancouver Sun Andrew Trites August 21
Death of Lolita brings heartbreak after years of effort to free captive orca The Province Andrew Trites August 21
Death of Lolita brings heartbreak after years of effort to free captive orca O Canada Andrew Trites August 21
Death of Lolita brings heartbreak after years of effort to free captive orca Prince George Post Andrew Trites August 21
Death of Lolita brings heartbreak after years of effort to free captive orca Ottawa Citizen Andrew Trites August 21
How Heat-Shattering Ocean Temperatures Impact Fisheries Mother Jones William Cheung August 20
What the warming oceans means for marine life and the supply of seafood CBC Early Edition William Cheung August 20
Our oceans are the warmest in recorded history. This is why it's so concerning
Radio-Canada Simon Donner August 17
Our oceans are the warmest in recorded history. This is why it's so concerning
CBC Simon Donner August 17
Oceans absorb 90% of the heat from climate change — here’s why record ocean temps are so harmful
CNBC Daniel Pauly August 16
Birds Canada calls on British Columbians to help ID dead seabirds amid marine heat wave
CNBC William Cheung August 16
Marine heat wave could be detrimental to birds in B.C. Here's how you can help.
CNBC William Cheung August 16
Derelict boats, Part 2: ‘A persistent source of pollution’ in B.C. and beyond Campbell River Mirror Juan José Alava August 15
Derelict boats, Part 2: ‘A persistent source of pollution’ in B.C. and beyond Surrey Now-Leder Juan José Alava August 15
Derelict boats, Part 2: ‘A persistent source of pollution’ in B.C. and beyond Kewlona Capital News Juan José Alava August 15
Derelict boats, Part 2: ‘A persistent source of pollution’ in B.C. and beyond Cloverdale Reporter Juan José Alava August 15
Derelict boats, Part 2: ‘A persistent source of pollution’ in B.C. and beyond Hope Standard Juan José Alava August 15
Derelict boats, Part 2: ‘A persistent source of pollution’ in B.C. and beyond Terrace Standard Juan José Alava August 15
Derelict boats, Part 2: ‘A persistent source of pollution’ in B.C. and beyond Kewlona Capital News Juan José Alava August 15
Derelict boats, Part 2: ‘A persistent source of pollution’ in B.C. and beyond Mission City Record Juan José Alava August 15
Derelict boats, Part 2: ‘A persistent source of pollution’ in B.C. and beyond Langley Advance Times Juan José Alava August 15
Derelict boats, Part 2: ‘A persistent source of pollution’ in B.C. and beyond Peace Arch News Juan José Alava August 15
Derelict boats, Part 2: ‘A persistent source of pollution’ in B.C. and beyond Abbortsford News Juan José Alava August 15
A Pacific marine heat wave has arrived in B.C. waters. Here's what it means for ocean life CBC William Cheung August 15
A Pacific marine heat wave has arrived in B.C. waters. Here's what it means for ocean life Radio-Canada William Cheung August 15
Record Ocean Heat Waves Threaten Ecosystems, Wreaking Havoc on Fisheries Truthout William Cheung August 12
The ocean is shattering heat records. Here’s what that means for fisheries. Salon William Cheung August 12
The ocean is shattering heat records. Here’s what that means for fisheries. Grist William Cheung August 11

In southeastern B.C., rivers might be getting too hot for local fish
National Observer William Cheung August 11
Scientists Level New Critiques of Fisheries and Oceans Canada The Tyee Gideon Mordecai August 7
Fisheries and Oceans Canada’s scientific advice undermined by industry and political influence: researchers The Narwhal Gideon Mordecai August 4
How Hong Kong’s love of seafood leads to illegal imports of endangered fish and a guide to more sustainable options South China Morning Post Daniel Pauly August 3
Ancient salmon fisheries could help restore declining modern fish populations Powell River Now Jesse Morin August 3
Ancient salmon fisheries could help restore declining modern fish populations Coast Now Jesse Morin August 3
Ancient salmon fisheries could help restore declining modern fish populations Campbell River Now Jesse Morin August 3
Ancient salmon fisheries could help restore declining modern fish populations Comox Valley Now Jesse Morin August 3
Life in plastic: it’s not so fantastic Georgia Straight Juan José Alava August 3
Scientists Level New Critiques of Fisheries and Oceans Canada’s Scientific Rigor Hakai Magazine Gideon Mordecai August 1
IS CLIMATE CHANGE AS DANGEROUS AS DOOMISTS MAKE IT OUT TO BE? iHeart Radio Simon Donner July 31
‘Climate-altered’ Pacific could see conflict between tuna fishing and deep-sea mining Carbon Brief Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 28
What 100-year-old menus reveal about global warming and how it's changing what we eat NBC Dallas-Fort Worth William Cheung and John-Paul Ng July 25
What 100-year-old menus reveal about global warming and how it's changing what we eat NBC Bay Area William Cheung and John-Paul Ng July 25
What 100-year-old menus reveal about global warming and how it's changing what we eat NBC Los Angeles William Cheung and John-Paul Ng July 25
What 100-year-old menus reveal about global warming and how it's changing what we eat NBC Chicago William Cheung and John-Paul Ng July 25
What 100-year-old menus reveal about global warming and how it's changing what we eat NBC Connecticut William Cheung and John-Paul Ng July 25
What 100-year-old menus reveal about global warming and how it's changing what we eat NBC New York William Cheung and John-Paul Ng July 25
What 100-year-old menus reveal about global warming and how it's changing what we eat NBC Miami William Cheung and John-Paul Ng July 25
What 100-year-old menus reveal about global warming and how it's changing what we eat NBC San Diego William Cheung and John-Paul Ng July 25
What 100-year-old menus reveal about global warming and how it's changing what we eat NBC Philadelphia William Cheung and John-Paul Ng July 25
What 100-year-old menus reveal about global warming and how it's changing what we eat NBC Washington William Cheung and John-Paul Ng July 25
What 100-year-old menus reveal about global warming and how it's changing what we eat NBC Boston William Cheung and John-Paul Ng July 25
Magical and Powerful Ocean Ambassadors Watershed Sentinel Sarah Foster July 24
Have we reached peak fish? The Gaurdian Rashid Sumaila July 21
Northeastern Salish Sea temperatures boiling kelp alive Chek News Christopher Harley July 20
Orcas Are So Done With Humans That They Started Sinking Boats Hakai Magazine Andrew Trites July 19
Large fish more vulnerable to climate change-induced fish kills, study finds Phys.org Daniel Pauly July 18
Orcas may just be the beginning. Whales and humans are likely to have more strange encounters in the future. Hakai Magazine Jesse Morin July 17
Orcas may just be the beginning. Whales and humans are likely to have more strange encounters in the future. MSN Andrew Trites July 13
Gray whales were nicknamed 'devil fish' for fighting back when harpooned by whalers. Now they approach boats and let humans pet them, baffling scientists. Yahoo! news Andrew Trites July 13
Gray whales were nicknamed 'devil fish' for fighting back when harpooned by whalers. Now they approach boats and let humans pet them, baffling scientists. Business Insider Andrew Trites July 13
Portugal bans tourist boats from approaching orcas after series of ramming incidents Euronews Andrew Trites July 12
Portugal bans tourist boats from approaching orcas after series of ramming incidents Yahoo! movies Andrew Trites July 12
Five Astounding Orca Behaviors Explained, From Ramming Boats to Hunting Great White Sharks Smithsonian Magazine Josh McInnes July 12
Five Astounding Orca Behaviors Explained, From Ramming Boats to Hunting Great White Sharks MSN Josh McInnes July 12
Deep-Sea Mining Could Impact Tuna Fisheries, Study Finds European Supermarket Magazine Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 12
Study: Deep-sea mining could interfere with the expected change of migration patterns of tuna East Coast Daily English Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 12
Deep-sea mining could hurt $5.5B tuna industry, UBC study claims Business in Vancouver Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 12
Deep-sea mining could hurt $5.5B tuna industry, UBC study claims Vancouver is Awesome Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 12
Deep-sea mining could hurt $5.5B tuna industry, UBC study claims Times Colonist Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 12
Deep-sea mining could hurt $5.5B tuna industry, UBC study claims Burnaby Now Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 12
Deep-sea mining could hurt $5.5B tuna industry, UBC study claims Tri-City News Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 12
Deep-sea mining could hurt $5.5B tuna industry, UBC study claims North Shore News Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 12
Deep-sea mining could hurt $5.5B tuna industry, UBC study claims The Squamish Chief Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 12
Deep-sea mining could hurt $5.5B tuna industry, UBC study claims New Westminster Record Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 12
Deep-sea mining could hurt $5.5B tuna industry, UBC study claims Richmond News Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 12
New Research: Deep-Sea Mining And Migratory Tuna Veer On Climate Change-Driven Collision Course Pacific Scoop Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 12
Tuna fishers say deep-sea mining is of 'deep concern' Mining Magazine Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 12
Canada Joins Nearly 20 Nations Calling for Halt to Deep-Sea Mining as Negotiators Meet to Agree Rules Wall Street Journal Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 11
Deep-sea mining could impact tuna fisheries - study Press Bee Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 11
Deep-sea mining could impact tuna fisheries: Study Lumi News Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 11
Seafood industry joins chorus of groups calling for halt to deep-sea mining plans The Gaurdian Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 11
Seafood industry calls for a moratorium on deep-sea mining Eco Business Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 11
Deep Sea Mining Could Spell Big Trouble For Seafood Prices The Daily Meal Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 11
Deep Sea Mining Threatens $5.5 Billion Tuna Industry, Study Finds Bloomberg Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 11
Deep-sea mining poses potential threat to tuna fishing in Eastern Pacific Ocean Seafood Source Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 11
Seafood industry opposes deep-sea mining plans as study shows potential impact on tuna fisheries WION Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 11
Pacific Ocean Deep-Sea Mining Could Threaten Tuna ‘Climate Refuge’ Forbes Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 11
Vanuatu makes last-ditch effort to delay deep-sea mining during critical talks ABC Australia Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 11
As an Obscure United Nations Gathering Deliberates the Fate of Deep-Sea Mining, the Tuna Industry Calls for a Halt Inside Climate News Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 11
Deep-sea mining could impact tuna fisheries, study says Reuters Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 11
Deep-sea mining could impact tuna fisheries - study Yahoo! news Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 11
Deep-sea mining could impact tuna fisheries - study Aol Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 11
Deep-sea mining could impact tuna fisheries - study Daily Mail Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 11
Deep-sea mining could impact tuna fisheries - study CNBC Africa Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 11
Deep-sea mining could impact tuna fisheries - study Channel NewsAsia Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 11
Deep-sea mining could hurt $5.5bn tuna industry, study claims Mining.com Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 11
Canada swells the ranks of nations calling for moratorium on deep-sea mining National Observer Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 10
UN debates deep sea mining as countries and companies now allowed to seek provisional licenses Associated Press Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 10
Deep Sea Mining Isn't a Viable Climate Solution TIME Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 10
Deep-sea mining: A new gold rush or environmental disaster? Al Jazeera Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 10
They caught the fish, but the $5.2 million prize got away The Sydney Morning Herald Daniel Pauly July 11
They caught the fish, but the $5.2 million prize got away Brisbane Times Daniel Pauly July 11
They Caught the Fish, but the $3.5 Million Prize Got Away Yahoo! news Daniel Pauly July 10
They Caught the Fish, but the $3.5 Million Prize Got Away New York Times Daniel Pauly July 10
Humans Take Out More Wild Species Than Any Other Predator on Earth Smithsonian Magazine Andrea Reid July 7
It’s Getting Harder for Fish in the Sea to Breathe The Tyee Daniel Pauly July 7
The viruses infecting sea lice CKTZ Cortes Currents Curtis Suttle July 6
Is the first mining project at sea coming? El Espectador Juliano Palacios-Abrantes July 5
The El Niño effect Globe and Mail William Cheung July 5
France’s short-haul flight ban to tackle carbon emissions Nature Rashid Sumaila July 4
The fight to save Vancouver’s disappearing beaches The Weather Network Christopher Harley July 4
Humans are dangerous predators because we love collecting weird animals Popular Science Andrea Reid July 4
About a third of wild vertebrate species are exploited by humans List23 Daniel Pauly July 3
Humans’ Fondness for the Odd and Rare Makes Us Particularly Overwhelming Predators Hakai Magazine Andrea Reid June 29
Endangered orcas in B.C. facing host of new threats to survival Vancouver Sun Beth Volpov June 29
Endangered orcas in B.C. facing host of new threats to survival Prince George Post Beth Volpov June 29
Why finding kelp in the Galapagos is like finding a polar bear in the Bahamas NPR Salome Buglass June 28
How warmer waters from climate change affect biochemistry and growth of fish Phys.org Daniel Pauly June 28
What's with orcas targeting boats and will it happen here in BC? Daily Hive Andrew Trites June 28
Stop calling the killer whale encounters with boats 'attacks' Business Insider Andrew Trites June 27
Stop calling the killer whale encounters with boats 'attacks' Yahoo! news Andrew Trites June 27
New orca calf spotted near British Columbia Kouw (NPR) Josh McInnes June 26
Orca attacks yacht near Scotland, 1st such incident in northern waters Global News Andrew Trites June 23
Tackling maritime security requires a revised indo-pacific strategy War on the Rocks Daniel Pauly and Deng Palomares June 22
Are viruses keeping sea lice at bay in wild salmon? UBC Science Curtis Suttle June 22
UBC researchers question whether viruses are keeping sea lice at bay in wild salmon Global Seafood Alliance Curtis Suttle June 22
Are viruses keeping sea lice at bay in wild salmon? EurekAlert! Curtis Suttle June 22
Are viruses keeping sea lice at bay in wild salmon? Phys.org Curtis Suttle June 22
Orca attacking boat near Scotland marks first in North Sea, following Iberian coast incidents Houma Today Andrew Trites June 21
Vancouver’s development destroyed Burrard Inlet. Tsleil-Waututh Nation is determined to save it The Narwhal UBCOceans research, Jesse Morin, Meaghan Efford June 21
Fact Check: Are the orca killer whales responsible for the missing submarine? Social media conspiracy theory debunked Sportskeeda Andrew Trites June 21
Orca attacking boat near Scotland marks first in North Sea, following Iberian coast incidents USA Today Andrew Trites June 21
Orca attacking boat near Scotland marks first in North Sea, following Iberian coast incidents Yahoo! news Andrew Trites June 21
Orca attacking boat near Scotland marks first in North Sea, following Iberian coast incidents MSN Andrew Trites June 21
Who are the most likely losers of the 'orca uprising?' Sadly, the killer whales themselves. Business Insider India Andrew Trites June 21
Why Killer Whales Can't Be Responsible for Missing Titanic Sub Newsweek Andrew Trites June 20
Why have orcas been damaging and sinking so many boats? New Scientist Andrew Trites June 20
Who are the most likely losers of the 'orca uprising?' Sadly, the killer whales themselves. Yahoo! news Andrew Trites June 20
Who are the most likely losers of the 'orca uprising?' Sadly, the killer whales themselves. Business Insider Andrew Trites June 20
Mural of marine biologist Amanda Vincent painted on house in Margate Kent Online Amanda Vincent June 19
Actually, There aren’t More Fish In The Sea, There Are Less 7 News Belize Daniel Pauly June 19
To Find Illegal Fishing Vessels, Focus on Flag State and Gear Type The Maritime Executive Colette Wabnitz June 18
Orca attacks on boats aren't out of revenge, killer whale experts say. They're just having fun. MSN Andrew Trites June 17
Orca attacks on boats aren't out of revenge, killer whale experts say. They're just having fun. Business Insider Andrew Trites June 17
Orca attacks on boats aren't out of revenge, killer whale experts say. They're just having fun. Yahoo! news Andrew Trites June 17
Four Killer Whales Are Spotted Off New England Coast New York Times Andrew Trites June 15
What Are the Orcas Planning Next? Yahoo! news Andrew Trites June 15
Boats off Spain's coast are seeing more killer whales touch, push and even turn vessels USA Today Andrew Trites June 15
Boats off Spain's coast are seeing more killer whales touch, push and even turn vessels MSN Andrew Trites June 15
Signs of recovery after world’s worst underwater pandemic KUOW (NPR) Christopher Harley June 14
Boats off Spain's coast are seeing more killer whales touch, push and even turn vessels Aol Andrew Trites June 13
Boats off Spain's coast are seeing more killer whales touch, push and even turn vessels Yahoo! news Andrew Trites June 13
Harmful fisheries subsidies: Progress on “pivotal” WTO agreement disappoints one year on Economist Rashid Sumaila June 13
Illuminating dark seas: Why fisheries management must be more transparent Yahoo! sports Dyhia Belhabib and Daniel Skerritt June 12
Illuminating dark seas: Why fisheries management must be more transparent The Conversation Dyhia Belhabib and Daniel Skerritt June 12
Boat captain twice ambushed by pod of orcas says “they knew exactly what they are doing” KWTX Andrew Trites June 12
Orcas becoming strategic in their attacks, says boat captain ambushed twice Global News Andrew Trites June 12
Boat captain says orcas know "what they are doing" after 2nd ambush Aol Andrew Trites June 12
Boat captain says orcas know "what they are doing" after 2nd ambush Yahoo! news Andrew Trites June 12
Boat captain twice ambushed by pod of orcas says "they knew exactly what they are doing" CBS News Andrew Trites June 12
Killer whale visits Yaquina Bay Newport News Times Josh McInnes June 9
Former us vice president Al Gore to address cork conference Red FM Rashid Sumaila June 8
World Ocean Conference in Cork Hears of Massive Public Support for Marine Wildlife Afloat Rashid Sumaila June 8
Former US vice-president Al Gore to address maritime protection conference in Cork Irish Examiner Rashid Sumaila June 8
Survey indicates strong support for enhanced protection of Irish marine ecosystems Irish Times Rashid Sumaila June 8
As ocean oxygen levels dip, fish face an uncertain future BBC Daniel Pauly June 8
Merely designating an area as protected not enough, says Princeton study; here is why Down to Earth Daniel Pauly and Verónica Relaño-Ecija June 6
Ocean sanctuaries to shape geopolitics in S China Sea Asia Times Daniel Pauly and Verónica Relaño-Ecija June 6
Orcas taking down boats QR Calgary Taryn Scarff June 5
As ocean oxygen levels dip, fish face an uncertain future Grist Daniel Pauly June 4
Turning down the volume: how artificial intelligence could cut ship noise Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide Andrew Trites and David Rosen June 2
2 trucks strike different overpasses in Fraser Valley, Investigation in death of a child at Surrey Memorial & Orcas taking down boats! (51:33 mark) CKNW Andrew Trites June 1
Plastic pollution alters the digestive system of seabirds, researchers say Radio Canada Juan José Alava June 1
Why do killer whales attack boats? The Saxon Andrew Trites June 1
Fight over West Coast fishing licences and quota resurfaces at federal committee The Province Villy Christensen May 31
Fight over West Coast fishing licences and quota resurfaces at federal committee O Canada Villy Christensen May 31
Fight over West Coast fishing licences and quota resurfaces at federal committee Vancouver Sun Villy Christensen May 31
As ocean oxygen levels dip, just think about the poor fishies National Observer Daniel Pauly May 31
Killer whales attack yet another boat off coast of Gibraltar leaving experts baffled Express Andrew Trites May 31
It’s time to classify plastics as persistent, bioaccumulative and toxic pollutants Newswise Juan José Alava May 30
It’s Time to Classify Plastics as Persistent, Bioaccumulative, Toxic Pollutants Lab Manager Juan José Alava May 30
Categorizing Plastics—A Powerful Tool to Combat Plastic Pollution Azo Cleantech Juan José Alava May 30
Opinion: We must eliminate persistent, bio-accumulative and toxic plastics before it’s too late The Province Juan José Alava May 30
Q&A: How can countries stop subsidies harming biodiversity? Eco-Business Rashid Sumaila May 30
It's time to classify plastics as persistent, bioaccumulative and toxic pollutants, say researchers Yahoo! news Juan José Alava May 30
Fish fight over West Coast licences and quota resurfaces at federal committee Penticton Herald Villy Christensen May 29
Fish fight over West Coast licences and quota resurfaces at federal committee Yahoo! news Villy Christensen May 29
Unusual killer whale behaviour in Spain CBC on the coast Taryn Scarff May 29
Fish fight over West Coast licences and quota resurfaces at federal committee Yahoo! news Villy Christensen May 29
Why killer whales are attacking boats in southern Europe Yahoo! news Andrew Trites May 29
Why killer whales are attacking boats in southern Europe Yahoo! news Andrew Trites May 29
Fish fight over West Coast licences and quota resurfaces at federal committee National Observer Villy Christensen May 29
Why have killer whales off southern coast of Spain been damaging boats? CBC Taryn Scarff May 29
Orcas are attacking boats for social benefit KCBS Radio Taryn Scarff May 29
Teenage orcas could be roughhousing with boats off the coast of Spain UBC News Andrew Trites May 29
Why killer whales are attacking boats in southern Europe CNN Andrew Trites May 29
Why killer whales are attacking boats in southern Europe CNN Andrew Trites May 27
Researchers think other orcas are imitating a single killer whale that first started targeting boats, leading some to sink Business Insider Andrew Trites May 27
Researchers think other orcas are imitating a single killer whale that first started targeting boats, leading some to sink Yahoo! news Andrew Trites May 27
Researchers think other orcas are imitating a single killer whale that first started targeting boats, leading some to sink MSN Andrew Trites May 27
Killer Whales Attacked a Sailing Boat Near Spain and Researchers Are Mystified Gizmodo Andrew Trites May 27
Revenge of the killer whales? Experts at a loss over why orcas are ramming into fishing boats Euronews Andrew Trites May 26
Revenge of the killer whales? Experts at a loss over why orcas are ramming into fishing boats Yahoo! sports Andrew Trites May 26
Orcas sink 3 boats off Portugal and Spain, damage dozens others Today Andrew Trites May 26
Killer Whales Attacked a Sailing Boat Near Spain and Researchers Are Mystified Gizmodo Andrew Trites May 27
El Niño is on our doorstep, but not all are created equal. So what does it mean for Canada? Radio Canada Simon Donner May 26
Killer whales are ramming into boats and damaging them. The reason remains a mystery. CBS News Andrew Trites May 25
As Ocean Oxygen Levels Dip, Fish Face an Uncertain Future Mother Jones Daniel Pauly May 24
Killer whales near Spain have sunk 3 sailboats. A lonely orca named Luna who got separated from his family 20 years ago also damaged boats — but scientists say he just wanted to play. Insider Andrew Trites May 24
Killer whales near Spain have sunk 3 sailboats. A lonely orca named Luna who got separated from his family 20 years ago also damaged boats — but scientists say he just wanted to play. Yahoo! news Andrew Trites May 24
Killer whales near Spain have sunk 3 sailboats. A lonely orca named Luna who got separated from his family 20 years ago also damaged boats — but scientists say he just wanted to play. MSN Andrew Trites May 24
OTTAWA NOW – ‘IT’S STILL AN EXTREMELY RARE EVENT’: ORCAS GAIN NASTY REPUTATION IN EUROPE AFTER ALLEGEDLY SINKING 3 BOATS iHeartRADIO Andrew Trites May 24
Orcas are sinking sailboats in a game that’s ‘gotten way out of hand,’ experts say Miami Herald Andrew Trites May 23
Orcas are sinking sailboats in a game that’s ‘gotten way out of hand,’ experts say The State Andrew Trites May 23
Orcas are sinking sailboats in a game that’s ‘gotten way out of hand,’ experts say The News & Observer Andrew Trites May 23
Having an encounter with three orcas was poetic, UBC student says Globe and Mail Beth Volpov May 23
Only two major Canadian grocers label 'farmed salmon,' finds report Coast Reporter Gideon Mordecai May 23
Aquaculture’s dark side Carbon Brief Rashid Sumaila May 23
Q&A: How can countries stop subsidies harming biodiversity? Carbon Brief Rashid Sumaila May 23
Aquaculture’s dark side The World Rashid Sumaila May 23
Seaweed can mislead scientists about reef health Earth.com Sara Cannon May 22
Vancouver photographer captures images of orcas ‘metres’ from his kayak CTV News Beth Volpov May 20
Fuel subsidies for EU fishing vessels must end now Context Rashid Sumaila May 17
Study: Fishing Subsidies Support Unregulated Distant-Water Fishing The Maritime Executive Rashid Sumaila, Daniel Skerritt, Anna Schuhbauer May 14
As Ocean Oxygen Levels Dip, Fish Face an Uncertain Future Yale Environment 360 Daniel Pauly May 11
The ocean is hotter than ever: what happens next? Nature William Cheung May 10
Recipient of 2023 'Nobel Prize for the environment' announced as keynote speaker for Cork conference Echolive.ie Rashid Sumaila May 10
Fair Seas Conference in Cork to Mark World Ocean Day Afloat.ie Rashid Sumaila May 10
Scientists misled on seaweed invasions of coral reefs, finds B.C. researcher Tri-city News Sara Cannon May 8
Scientists misled on seaweed invasions of coral reefs, finds B.C. researcher Delta Optimist Sara Cannon May 8
Scientists misled on seaweed invasions of coral reefs, finds B.C. researcher Vancouver is Awesome Sara Cannon May 8
Scientists misled on seaweed invasions of coral reefs, finds B.C. researcher Pique NewsMagazine Sara Cannon May 8
Scientists misled on seaweed invasions of coral reefs, finds B.C. researcher Prince George Citizen Sara Cannon May 8
Scientists misled on seaweed invasions of coral reefs, finds B.C. researcher North Shore News Sara Cannon May 8
Scientists misled on seaweed invasions of coral reefs, finds B.C. researcher New Westminster Record Sara Cannon May 8
Scientists misled on seaweed invasions of coral reefs, finds B.C. researcher Richmond News Sara Cannon May 8
Seaweed invasions of coral reefs not necessarily bad, B.C. researchers find Times Colonist Sara Cannon May 8
Scientists misled on seaweed invasions of coral reefs, finds B.C. researcher Squamish Chief Sara Cannon May 8
Scientists misled on seaweed invasions of coral reefs, finds B.C. researcher Burnaby Now Sara Cannon May 8
PREMIUM TIMES Editor to deliver keynote speech at Climate Change workshop in The Gambia Premium Times Rashid Sumaila May 7
Researchers call for reconsideration on indicators for reef health in Indian and Pacific oceans Cosmos Magazine Sara Cannon May 5
How seaweed has been misleading scientists about reef health UBC News Sara Cannon May 4
How seaweed has been misleading scientists about reef health Science Daily Sara Cannon May 4
How seaweed has been misleading scientists about reef health Newswise Sara Cannon May 4
Animals Are Dying in Droves. What Are They Telling Us? New Republic Christopher Harley May 3
Fish’s growth is not reduced by spawning UBC Science Daniel Pauly May 2
UBC Study: Harmful Fisheries Subsidies Lead to Overfishing The Mirage Rashid Sumaila, Daniel Skerritt and Anna Schuhbauer May 2
Damaging fisheries subsidies lead to overfishing and illegal practices FoodIngredientsFirst.com Rashid Sumaila, Daniel Skerritt and Anna Schuhbauer May 2
Harmful fisheries subsidies are leading to more fishing vessels chasing fewer fish, resulting in adverse environmental and societal impacts Science Daily Rashid Sumaila, Daniel Skerritt and Anna Schuhbauer May 1
Harmful fisheries subsidies are leading to more fishing vessels chasing fewer fish, resulting in adverse environmental and societal impacts: UBC study EurekAlert! Rashid Sumaila, Daniel Skerritt and Anna Schuhbauer May 1
The Race to Recover a Sunken Tanker Truck Yahoo! sports Juan José Alava April 29
The Race to Recover a Sunken Tanker Truck Penticton Herald Juan José Alava April 29
The Race to Recover a Sunken Tanker Truck The Tyee Juan José Alava April 27
Fish growth is not reduced by spawning, finds study Phys.org Daniel Pauly April 27
Stewards of the Sea Oceana Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila April 26
Kelp forests provide monetary value (12:12 mark) CTV News Margot Hessing-Lewis April 25
The ocean’s kelp forests are worth some serious coin InfoTel News Margot Hessing-Lewis April 23
The ocean’s kelp forests are worth some serious coin Yahoo! news Margot Hessing-Lewis April 21
The ocean’s kelp forests are worth some serious coin Penticton Herald Margot Hessing-Lewis April 21
The ocean’s kelp forests are worth some serious coin National Observer Margot Hessing-Lewis April 21
Global seahorse conservation platform celebrates citizen science milestone UBC Science Amanda Vincent and Sarah Foster April 20
On the hunt: The decline of southern resident orcas may come down to who's doing the hunting Victoria Times Colonist Brianna Wright April 16
‘Basically a sucker punch’: California captain talks killer whale pod attack on adult gray whales Global News Josh McInnis April 13
Some Marine Protected Areas Are Just 'Paper Parks', Says Study The Saxon Daniel Pauly April 11
Pending more sustainable aquaculture, salmon are in crisis in the Pacific The Saxon Daniel Pauly April 9
Global seahorse conservation platform celebrates citizen science milestone EurekAlert! Amanda Vincent and Sarah Foster April 7
For Local Killer Whales, Chinook Aren’t Created Equal The Tyee Jacob Lerner April 5
Fisheries Subsidies from Wealthy Nations Disproportionately Harm Poorer Countries, New Study Finds Yahoo! finance Rashid Sumaila and Daniel Skerritt April 5
Fisheries Subsidies from Wealthy Nations Disproportionately Harm Poorer Countries, New Study Finds Oceana Rashid Sumaila and Daniel Skerritt April 5
SPCA wants octopus farms banned (13:21 mark) CTV News Christopher Harley April 3
With only low-fat Chinook on the menu, southern resident killer whales are going hungry The Conversation Jacob Lerner April 2
Lolita the orca’s return to home waters greeted with hope — and caution MSN Andrew Trites and Josh McInnis March 31
Lolita the orca’s return to home waters greeted with hope — and caution Vancouver Sun Andrew Trites and Josh McInnis March 31
Lolita the orca returns to home waters and an open ocean sanctuary The Province Andrew Trites and Josh McInnis March 31
Aquarium agrees to return Lolita the orca to Pacific 50 years after capture Victoria Times Colonist Andrew Trites and Josh McInnis March 31
Orca captured as calf then kept in Miami aquarium for 53 YEARS could be returned to Pacific after Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay took pity on her Daily Mail Josh McInnis March 30
‘Unheard of’: The plan to bring Lolita the orca, captive for 50 years, back to Puget Sound Global News Josh McInnis March 30
Spring 2023 Letter from the President Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila March 30
Killer whale 'facing death' could be released after 50 years locked in tiny tank Daily Star Andrew Trites March 30
What does Canada’s journey to net zero look like? Canadian Geographic Simon Donner March 29
N.L. says its waters are home to 'low-carbon' oil. Scientists say that doesn't exist CBC William Cheung March 29
N.L. says its waters are home to 'low-carbon' oil. Scientists say that doesn't exist. Prince George Citizen William Cheung March 29
N.L. says its waters are home to 'low-carbon' oil. Scientists say that doesn't exist. CTV News William Cheung March 29
N.L. says its waters are home to 'low-carbon' oil. Scientists say that doesn't exist. Winnipeg Free Press William Cheung March 29
N.L. says its waters are home to 'low-carbon' oil. Scientists say that doesn't exist. Toronto Star William Cheung March 29
N.L. says its waters are home to 'low-carbon' oil. Scientists say that doesn't exist. MountainViewToday.ca William Cheung March 29
N.L. says its waters are home to 'low-carbon' oil. Scientists say that doesn't exist. Cochrane Eagle William Cheung March 29
N.L. says its waters are home to 'low-carbon' oil. Scientists say that doesn't exist. St. Catharine's Standard William Cheung March 29
N.L. says its waters are home to 'low-carbon' oil. Scientists say that doesn't exist. Welland Tribune William Cheung March 29
N.L. says its waters are home to 'low-carbon' oil. Scientists say that doesn't exist. The Hamilton Spectator William Cheung March 29
N.L. says its waters are home to 'low-carbon' oil. Scientists say that doesn't exist. Waterloo Region Record William Cheung March 29
N.L. says its waters are home to 'low-carbon' oil. Scientists say that doesn't exist. The Peterborough Examiner William Cheung March 29
Climate scientists push back on Newfoundland and Labrador’s ‘low-carbon oil’ claim The Globe and Mail William Cheung March 29
First major sighting this spring of killer whales in Yaquina Bay thrills photographers, tourists and orca researcher Yachats News Josh McInnis March 28
Experts Pushing for High-Seas Fishing Ban Win ‘Nobel Prize for Environment The Good Men Project Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila March 26
New index helps identify 55 unprotected marine protected areas Phys.org Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila March 24
There are no octopus farms in Canada. BC SPCA, experts call on feds to keep it that way West K News Daniel Pauly March 24
Green leader May petitions for preventative ban on octopus farms Oak Bay News Daniel Pauly March 24
There are no octopus farms in Canada. BC SPCA, experts call on feds to keep it that way Grand Forks Gazette Daniel Pauly March 24
There are no octopus farms in Canada. BC SPCA, experts call on feds to keep it that way Cloverdale Reporter Daniel Pauly March 24
There are no octopus farms in Canada. BC SPCA, experts call on feds to keep it that way Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows News Daniel Pauly March 24
There are no octopus farms in Canada. BC SPCA, experts call on feds to keep it that way Kelowna Capital News Daniel Pauly March 24
There are no octopus farms in Canada. BC SPCA, experts call on feds to keep it that way Terrace Standard Daniel Pauly March 24
Green leader May petitions for preventative ban on octopus farms Victoria News Daniel Pauly March 24
Not enough fish in the sea Knowable Magazine Daniel Pauly March 22
Not enough fish in the sea Yahoo! entertainment Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila March 22
Not enough fish in the sea Knowable Magazine Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila March 22
Actions to stave off climate breakdown are possible but urgent, UN report says Globe and Mail William Cheung March 20
Jellyfish size might influence their nutritional value, new study finds Phys.org Rashid Sumaila March 20
'Everyone has a role to play': UBC students are protesting deep sea mining The Ubyssey Rashid Sumaila March 16
Marine protected areas at risk from ship waste, critics say The Globe and Mail Rashid Sumaila March 14
Gruesome Reason Orcas Kill Great White Sharks Revealed by Biologist Newsweek Andrew Trites March 14
This is BC: Team 'Salty Science' preparing to take on arduous challenge Global News Lauren Shea March 12
Global warming also threatens Canada's cold-water corals The Saxon Gabriel Reygondeau March 12
Global warming is also threatening cold water corals in Canada Nation World News Gabriel Reygondeau March 12
UN ‘High Seas Treaty’ good news for oceans, but finer details not yet clear The Globe and Mail Rashid Sumaila March 7
Testing biodegradable straws in B.C. City News (Vancouver) Juan José Alava March 7
These Black Icons Have a Novel Idea to Save the Ocean TIME Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila March 6
CEO Note: Oceana Board Members Dr. Pauly and Dr. Sumaila awarded top environmental honor Oceana Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila February 28
On The Coast with Gloria Macarenko CBC on the Coast Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila February 28
Advancing ocean justice Oceanographic Magazine Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila February 27
The oyster paradox CBC News Gabriel Reygondeau February 25
B.C. orcas threatened by lack of fatty salmon, UBC researchers say Global News Brian Hunt and Jacob Lerner February 24
Troubled waters: Advocates await federal solutions to container ship spills and lost sea cans Capital Daily Juan José Alava February 23
B.C. study links killer whale decline to lack of energy rich fatty salmon CBC News Brian Hunt and Jacob Lerner February 23
B.C. study links killer whale decline to lack of energy-rich fatty salmon Toronto Star Brian Hunt and Jacob Lerner February 23
B.C. study links killer whale decline to lack of energy-rich fatty salmon National Post Brian Hunt and Jacob Lerner February 23
B.C. study links killer whale decline to lack of energy-rich fatty salmon Yahoo! news Brian Hunt and Jacob Lerner February 23
B.C. study links killer whale decline to lack of energy-rich fatty salmon Peterborough Examiner Brian Hunt and Jacob Lerner February 23
B.C. study links killer whale decline to lack of energy-rich fatty salmon Nanaimo News Brian Hunt and Jacob Lerner February 23
B.C. study links killer whale decline to lack of energy-rich fatty salmon Infotel News Brian Hunt and Jacob Lerner February 23
B.C. study links killer whale decline to lack of energy-rich fatty salmon Winnipeg Free Press Brian Hunt and Jacob Lerner February 23
B.C. study links killer whale decline to lack of energy-rich fatty salmon The Record Brian Hunt and Jacob Lerner February 23
B.C. study links killer whale decline to lack of energy-rich fatty salmon The Hamilton Spectator Brian Hunt and Jacob Lerner February 23
Ocean Whistleblowers Calling For High Seas Fishing Ban Win Environmental Award DeeperBlue.com Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila February 23
Rashid Sumaila Tyler Prize Sea Around Us Rashid Sumaila February 22
WATCH LIVE: CBC Vancouver News at 6 for Feb 22 - 1st First Nations woman in B.C. Legislature resigns (1:03:03 mark) CBC Vancouver News at 6 Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila February 22
UBC's Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila win Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement EurekAlert! Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila February 22
UBC ocean fisheries researchers win major U.S. environmental prize UBC Science Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila February 22
‘Nobel Prize for Environment’ Awarded to Ocean Whistleblowers Calling for High Seas Fishing Ban Yahoo! finance Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila February 22
“Nobel Prize for the Environment" recipients call for ban on all fishing on the high seas SeafoodSource Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila February 22
“Nobel Prize for the Environment" recipients call for ban on all fishing on the high seas The Fish Site Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila February 22
Award-winning ocean experts call for UN to ban high seas fishing at treaty talks EnviroNews Nigeria Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila February 22
‘Nobel Prize for Environment’ Awarded to Ocean Whistleblowers Calling for High Seas Fishing Ban GlobeNewswire Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila February 22
Award-winning ocean experts call for UN to ban high seas fishing at treaty talks Canary Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila February 22
Experts pushing for high-seas fishing ban win ‘Nobel Prize for environment’ Mongabay Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila February 22
UBC fisheries scientists land big prize Vancouver is Awesome Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila February 22
UBC fisheries scientists land big prize Business in Vancouver Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila February 22
UBC fisheries scientists land big prize The Squamish Chief Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila February 22
UBC fisheries scientists land big prize Powell River Peak Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila February 22
UBC fisheries scientists land big prize Prince George Citizen Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila February 22
UBC fisheries scientists land big prize New Westminster Record Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila February 22
UBC fisheries scientists land big prize North Shore News Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila February 22
UBC fisheries scientists land big prize Delta Optimist Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila February 22
UBC fisheries scientists land big prize Burnaby Now Daniel Pauly and Rashid Sumaila February 22
Fisheries economist proposes ban on fishing on the high seas Jefferson Public Radio Rashid Sumaila February 21
Fisheries economist proposes ban on fishing on the high seas Jefferson Public Radio Juan José Alava February 21
Why has a Canadian company partnered with the tiny island of Nauru to fast-track deep-sea mining? Toronto Star Juan José Alava February 20
All-women crew prepares to sail Atlantic(12:07 mark) CTV News Vancouver Lauren Shea February 19
Bird photographer captures stunning image of an orca in flight off Stanley Park City News (Vancouver) Andrew Trites February 19
Killer whales threatened by lack of high quality food Earth.com Juan José Alava February 18
Richard non-profit repurposes ocean plastics City News (Vancouver) Juan José Alava February 17
Food quality matters for southern resident killer whales, UBC study states EurekAlert! Brian Hunt and Jacob Lerner February 17
Bird photographer captures stunning image of an orca in flight off Stanley Park Terrace Standard Andrew Trites February 15
Vancouver photographer captures orca making a splash in Burrard Inlet CBC Andrew Trites February 15
Bird photographer’s stunning image — an orca in flight off Vancouver’s Stanley Park Toronto Star Andrew Trites February 15
Bird photographer’s stunning image — an orca in flight off Vancouver’s Stanley Park CTV News Andrew Trites February 15
Photographer captures stunning images of orcas breaching near Stanley Park Global News Andrew Trites February 15
Bird photographer's stunning image — an orca in flight off Vancouver's Stanley Park Yahoo! movies Andrew Trites February 15
Bird photographer's stunning image -- an orca in flight off Vancouver's Stanley Park National Post Andrew Trites February 15
Bird photographer's stunning image — an orca in flight off Vancouver's Stanley Park Vancouver Sun Andrew Trites February 15
Bird photographer's stunning image — an orca in flight off Vancouver's Stanley Park The Province Andrew Trites February 15
Bird photographer's stunning image — an orca in flight off Vancouver's Stanley Park The Free Press Andrew Trites February 15
Bird photographer's stunning image -- an orca in flight off Vancouver's Stanley Park CP24 Andrew Trites February 15
Photographer captures stunning images of orcas breaching near Stanley Park Q107 Andrew Trites February 15
Photographer captures stunning images of orcas breaching near Stanley Park Rock101 Andrew Trites February 15
A bird photographer’s stunning image – an orca in flight in front of Vancouver’s Stanley Park Canada Today Andrew Trites February 15
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Bird photographer's stunning image — an orca in flight off Vancouver's Stanley Park The Daily Courier Andrew Trites February 15
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Bird photographer captures stunning image of an orca in flight off Stanley Park The Chilliwack Progress Andrew Trites February 15
Bird photographer captures stunning image of an orca in flight off Stanley Park Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadow News Andrew Trites February 15
UBC student, SFU professor among four women rowing across the Atlantic Castanet Lauren Shea February 15
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Prof. Rashid Sumaila named 2022 AAAS Fellow Business Ghana Rashid Sumaila February 12
Voyaging to a clean future: Knowledge keepers discuss island voyaging, climate crisis and calls to action at UBC talk The Ubyssey Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries February 10
Clouds May Offer Struggling Reefs a Brief Respite Technology Networks Pedro González-Espinosa February 10
Climate Change: Cloud cover won't be enough to stop coral bleaching, says UBC researcher The Province Pedro González-Espinosa February 9
Climate Change: Cloud cover won't be enough to stop coral bleaching, says UBC researcher Prince George Post Pedro González-Espinosa February 9
Climate Change: Cloud cover won't be enough to stop coral bleaching, says UBC researcher Vancouver Sun Pedro González-Espinosa February 9
The high price orca mothers pay to feed their sons ABC 15 News Fanny Couture February 9
The high price orca mothers pay to feed their sons ABC News 4 Fanny Couture February 9
The high price orca mothers pay to feed their sons CBS Austin Fanny Couture February 9
Toilet paper chemicals found in endangered killer whales The Weather Network Juan José Alava February 8
Prof. Rashid Sumaila named 2022 AAAS Fellow Ground News Rashid Sumaila February 8
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Clouds could delay the impact of climate change on reefs – but not for long UBC News Pedro González-Espinosa February 8
Clouds could delay the impact of climate change on reefs, but not for long UBC News Pedro González-Espinosa February 8
Raising sons is draining killer whale mothers, study finds CBC Fanny Couture February 8
IMPAC5 Recognizes Role of Other Area-based Measures in Protecting Ocean IISD Daniel Pauly February 8
Ask Dr. Pauly: Why are we giving subsidies to the fishing industry? Oceana Daniel Pauly February 7
Unique deep sea area off B.C. coast one step closer to protection Global News Daniel Pauly February 7
Toxic chemicals found in endangered killer whales in British Columbia LifeGate Juan José Alava February 7
Event: Climate Emergency Week at UBC highlights collective action UBC News Juan José Alava February 6
Orca whales were discovered with a toilet paper chemical in their livers and skeletal muscles. It's just the 'tip of the iceberg' for one of the most contaminated marine mammals in the world. Business Insider Juan José Alava February 4
Conférence à Vancouver: TotalEnergies et les défenseurs de l’environnement d’Afrique du Sud Radio France Internationale Rashid Sumaila February 2
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UBC fisheries researcher named 2022 AAAS fellow‬ UBC Science Rashid Sumaila February 1
Canada Wants To Phase Out Plastic Globe Echo Juan José Alava January 29
Meet The 76-Year-Old Fisheries Scientist Who Refuses To Accept ‘Destruction Of Biodiversity’ West Coast Now Daniel Pauly January 23
Long-lasting toxic chemicals found in bodies of endangered killer whales The Cordova Times Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 20
Toilet paper toxin found in endangered killer whales, say B.C. researchers Coast Mountain News Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 19
Toxic chemicals from toilet paper found in endangered killer whales Metro (UK) Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 18
Toxic Toilet Paper Chemical Found in Endangered Killer Whales CNET Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 16
Canadian Forces Resume Live Fire Training Off Vancouver Island After Marine Mammal Investigation | TBEN news The Bharat Express News Andrew Trites January 15
‘We’re still on the bunny slopes’: As 2023 kicks off, is Canada’s climate change plan aggressive enough? Kion 46 News Simon Donner January 15
'We're still on the bunny slopes': As 2023 kicks off, is Canada's climate change plan aggressive enough? CTV News Simon Donner January 14
Canadian Armed Forces to resume live-fire training off coast of Vancouver Island following marine mammal study CBC News Andrew Trites January 14
High levels of ‘forever chemical’ found in endangered orcas in Canada The Guardian Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 14
Toxin from toilet paper production found in killer whales Earth.com Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 13
Des produits toxiques utilisés dans le papier de toilette trouvés dans des épaulards ICI Radio-Canada Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 13
Toilet Paper Toxins and "Forever Chemicals" Found in Endangered Killer Whales Technology Networks Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 13
Toilet paper toxin found in endangered killer whales, say B.C. researchers The Globe and Mail Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 13
Toxic toilet paper and forever chemicals discovered inside endangered killer whales Study Finds Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 13
Toilet paper toxin found in endangered killer whales, say BC researchers | TBEN news The Bharat Express News Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 13
Toxic toilet paper and long-lasting chemicals found in endangered killer whales UBC News Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
Chemical pollutant used in toilet paper found in endangered orcas, study reveals Rock 101 Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
Toxic chemicals found inside B.C. killer whales: UBC study City News (Vancouver) Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
Toilet paper toxin found in endangered killer whales, say B.C. researchers The Brandon Sun Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
Toilet paper toxin found in endangered killer whales, say B.C. researchers The Chronical Journal Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
Toilet paper toxin found in endangered killer whales, say B.C. researchers Bowen Island Undercurrent Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
Toxic toilet paper and long-lasting chemicals found in endangered killer whales Vet Candy Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
Toilet paper toxin found in endangered killer whales, say B.C. researchers St. Catherines Standard Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
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Toilet paper toxin found in endangered killer whales, say B.C. researchers Timmins Today Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
Toxic toilet paper and long-lasting chemicals found in endangered killer whales Phys.org Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
Toxic toilet paper and long-lasting chemicals found in endangered killer whales EurekAlert! Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
Chemical pollutant used in toilet paper found in endangered orcas, study reveals Rock 101 Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
Chemical pollutant used in toilet paper found in endangered orcas, study reveals CFox Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
'Wake-up call': Toilet paper toxin, chemicals found inside endangered B.C. orcas Vancouver is Awesome Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
Chemical pollutant used in toilet paper found in endangered orcas, study reveals Global News Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
Toilet paper toxin found in endangered killer whales, say B.C. researchers Richmond News Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
Toilet paper toxin found in endangered killer whales, say B.C. researchers Alaska Highway News Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
Toilet paper toxin found in endangered killer whales, say B.C. researchers The Hamilton Spectator Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
UBC researchers find toxic chemicals from toilet paper, soap in endangered orca whales Vancouver Sun Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
Toilet paper toxin found in endangered killer whales, say B.C. researchers National Post Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
Toilet paper toxin found in endangered killer whales, say B.C. researchers Calgary Herald Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
Toilet paper toxin found in endangered killer whales, say B.C. researchers InfoNews Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
UBC researchers find toxic chemicals from toilet paper, soap, in endangered orca whales The Province Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
Toilet paper toxin found in endangered killer whales, say B.C. researchers Waterloo Region Record Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
Toilet paper toxin found in endangered killer whales, say B.C. researchers Pique Newsmagazine Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
Toilet paper toxin found in endangered killer whales, say B.C. researchers Tri-City News Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
Toilet paper toxin found in endangered killer whales, say B.C. researchers Burnaby Now Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
Toilet paper toxin found in endangered killer whales, say B.C. researchers North Shore News Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
Toilet paper toxin found in endangered killer whales, say B.C. researchers New Westminster Record Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
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Toilet paper toxin found in endangered killer whales, say B.C. researchers Welland Tribune Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
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Toilet paper toxin found in endangered killer whales, say B.C. researchers City News (Halifax) Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
Toilet paper toxin found in endangered killer whales, say B.C. researchers Castanet Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
Toilet paper toxin found in endangered killer whales, say B.C. researchers City News (Ottawa) Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
Toilet paper toxin found in endangered killer whales, say B.C. researchers Chek News Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
Toilet paper toxin found in endangered killer whales, say B.C. researchers Toronto Star Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
Toilet paper toxin found in endangered killer whales, B.C. researchers say CBC Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
Toilet paper toxin found in endangered killer whales, say B.C. researchers Winnipeg Free Press Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
'Wake-up call': Toilet paper toxin, chemicals found inside endangered B.C. orcas Delta Optomist Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
'Wake-up call': Toilet paper toxin, chemicals found inside endangered B.C. orcas Coast Reporter Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
'Wake-up call': Toilet paper toxin, chemicals found inside endangered B.C. orcas The Squamish Chief Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
'Wake-up call': Toilet paper toxin, chemicals found inside endangered B.C. orcas Dawson Creek Mirror Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
Toxic chemicals from B.C.’s sewage are making their way inside orcas, UBC study finds Cloverdale Reporter Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
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Toxic chemicals from B.C.’s sewage are making their way inside orcas, UBC study finds The Abbortsford News Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
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Toxic chemicals from B.C.’s sewage are making their way inside orcas, UBC study finds Langley Advance Times Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
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Toxic chemicals from B.C.’s sewage are making their way inside orcas, UBC study finds Summerland Review Juan José Alava and Stephen Raverty January 12
UBC student researching microplastics in Galapagos penguins CTV News Vancouver Juan José Alava and Karly McMullen January 8
Concerns Grow for 'Vulnerable' Baby Gray Whale Born Too Far From Safety Centre Daily Times Andrew Trites January 6
Concerns Grow for 'Vulnerable' Baby Gray Whale Born Too Far From Safety The Bellingham Herald Andrew Trites January 6
Concerns Grow for 'Vulnerable' Baby Gray Whale Born Too Far From Safety The Olympian Andrew Trites January 6
Concerns Grow for 'Vulnerable' Baby Gray Whale Born Too Far From Safety Newsweek Andrew Trites January 6
UBC researchers find microplastics prevalent in Galápagos Islands penguin prey MSN Juan José Alava and Karly McMullen January 3
UBC researchers find microplastics prevalent in Galápagos Islands penguin prey The Province Juan José Alava and Karly McMullen January 3
UBC researchers find microplastics prevalent in Galápagos Islands penguin prey Vancouver Sun Juan José Alava and Karly McMullen January 3

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