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“Across the Pacific, a lot of data are available on salmon diets but there’s currently no centralized hub for this information,” explained Graham.

A new species of pipefish found in Argentina has been named after IOF Professor Amanda Vincent.

We were thrilled to have a variety of creative, quirky and beautiful works from talented researchers and staff members.

Coming to UBC from Haida Gwaii, Vanessa studies juvenile pink and chum salmon and what they eat in BC’s coastal waters – by looking at their stomach contents.


Dr. U. Rashid Sumaila named CRC Tier I in Interdisciplinary Ocean and Fisheries Economics, and Dr. Marie Auger-Méthé named CRC Tier II in Statistical Ecology.

Analyzing this data can reveal knowledge trends and identify gaps for future research, and help stakeholders make the best choices for conserving Mexico's oceans.

Dr. Walters' research has had an important impact on fisheries science for the last 50 years

For World Oceans Day 2019, we sat down with Dr. Pauly and ask him a little bit about Sea Around Us and what he hopes to achieve with his work.

With species-level CHI modelling, researchers could estimate conservation status for thousands of Data Deficient species on the IUCN Red List.