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By determining the availability of high-quality prey for these commercially important groups of fish we can improve estimates of herring and salmon productivity

The Institute for Oceans and Fisheries is proud to stand in solidarity with UBC’s Black Student Union and all people protesting police violence against Black people in Canada and the United States. 

Researchers explored the impacts of the COVID-19 crisis on small-scale fisheries in Canada and worldwide, and provided recommendations on how to support them.

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This FCRR report documents the first seahorse trade surveys and analyses conducted by Project Seahorse in India, in 1999.

A large marine heatwave would double the rate of the climate change impacts on fisheries species in the northeast Pacific by 2050

How did the Burrard Inlet look like in the past, compared to how it is now? What were the fishing, food source, and maritime resources there, and how did this habitat change over time?

A second research expedition to study the winter ecology of salmon in the Gulf of Alaska is underway.

The second collection of articles by Daniel Pauly and colleagues that were deemed not suitable for peer-reviewed scientific journals, but which readers may find of interest.

Some fish are difficult to reach and a museum specimen may be the only known representative of the species. Using preserved fish specimens is a more precise way to learn.