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The sockeye population has been in decline for a century - since 1913, returns in the Skeena River have dropped by 75% - and while there are many factors at play, says Dr. William Cheung, “climate change is definitely one of them.”

In the face of declining fish stocks like sockeye salmon, marine heatwaves and massive coastal die-offs, it can sometimes feel as though protecting our ocean ecosystems is a hopeless task. But there are things we can do.

New research examined the progress of the UN's “Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 14: Life Below Water”, and more than 70% of countries have not achieved a single target so far.

Knowledge provided by local non-governmental organizations, academics, civil servants, journalists, and fishers can be valuable for evaluating the effectiveness of countries’ marine protected areas.

IOF loses semi-final to Psychology in final inning

Reefs Defeat Microbiology, Advance to Semifinals!

A physiological explanation and an evolutionary explanation related to the moment fish become sexually active – and spawn for the first time – have turned out to be two sides of the same coin

The IOF was unable to mount a comeback in their last inning at bat and fell to Microbiology 12-24.

IOF burned by Chemistry, drops 3rd straight game