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From a training course entitled “Utilisation de la méthode CMSY pour l'évaluation des stocks ouest-africains” held in September 23-27 2019 in Dakar, Senegal.


The UBC alumnus was a leader in British Columbia's provincial fisheries agencies, adjunct professor in the IOF and its predecessor units. He will be greatly missed.

Dr. Christensen is the principal architect behind Ecopath, and the project leader and core developer of the expanded ecosystem modelling system Ecopath with Ecosim (EwE).

Ronald Sparrow was the defendant in a Supreme Court of Canada precedent, which expressly recognized aboriginal fishing rights.

Dr. Amanda Vincent has been named as one of The Royal Society of Canada (RSC)’s newest Fellows.

For the past two weeks, Marine Mammal Research Unit (MMRU) researchers led by Dr. Andrew Trites have been studying the feeding behaviours of northern resident killer whales.

Bluefin tuna, swordfish and Atlantic mackerel are among the fish species considered commercially extinct or extirpated on the Turkish side of the Marmara and Black Seas.

Tropical oceans and fisheries are threatened by climate change, generating impacts that will affect the sustainable development of both local economies and communities, and regions outside the tropics.

The food and nutrient security of billions of people worldwide depend on fish being treated as a domestic public health asset instead of a commodity.