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Vancouver seafood lovers may see more Humboldt squid but less sockeye salmon on restaurant menus in the near future due to climate change.

For scientists in the IOF’s Pelagic Ecosystems Lab, the trip represents a chance to trace the outline of North Pacific food webs, in which salmon play a central role as both predator and prey.

A Chinook with a short migration to Harrison Lake may offer half the calories to a resident killer whale as a similarly sized Chinook headed to the headwaters of the Fraser River.

Despite their odd shape, which makes them resemble a tuft of seaweed, common and leafy seadragons grow in the same fashion as other bony fish, new research has found.

A new modeling approach combines machine learning and human insights to map the regions and ports most at risk for illicit practices, like forced labor or illegal catch, and identifies opportunities for mitigating such risks.

New research indicates that sea sponges' growth depends on their oxygen supply, in a manner similar to more complex animals such as fishes.

This webinar was held on April 6, 2022, 10:00 to 11:30 am. Click here to watch video

Schaub has received a fellowship that will enable her to visit four countries where she will deepen her understanding of jellyfish.

Sea Around Us presents a multi-objective solution that could lead to the protection of 89% of the ocean’s Representative Biodiversity Areas and 89% of threatened species or about 860 species, all while maintaining access to fishing grounds that provide 89% of the global catch.

Project Seahorse reports on the first quantitative analysis of how CITES has influenced the international trade in marine fishes.