Ecofish is Proud to Announce a Staff Publication in the Journal of People and Nature

We are proud to announce the latest publication of Dr. Morgan Hocking featured in the journal of People and Nature: “Indigenous peoples’ habitation history drives present-day forest biodiversity in British Columbia’s coastal temperate rainforest.” Co-authored by Julia Fisher,   Nancy Shackelford, Andrew Trant, and  Brian Starzomski, they examined  “long‐term impacts of human resource‐use on British Columbia’s […]

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Ecofish Water Resources Engineer Dr. Abul Baki Publishes New Study in the Journal of Hydraulic Engineering

Congratulations to Ecofish Water Resources Engineer Dr. Abul Baki, for his recent publication in the Journal of Hydraulic Engineering (JHE), titled ‘Flow Structures in the Vicinity of a Submerged Boulder within a Boulder Array.’  Widely used in fish habitat enhancement structures and fish passes, boulders provide cover from predators, decrease flow velocity and create rearing […]

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Ecofish is proud to announce a new publication by The Canadian Science Advisory Secreteriat (CSAS)

  Ecofish is excited to share a new publication titled Recovery Potential Assessment for White Sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus) Upper Fraser Designatable Unit.  According to the Ministry of Environment, the white sturgeon is the largest freshwater fish species in North America!  Sadly, it is currently on BC’s red list ranked under the province’s second highest ‘at-risk’ […]

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Corporate and Staff Publications

Abell JM, Hamilton DP, McBride CG (2016) Comment on “Using groundwater age and hydrochemistry to understand sources and dynamics of nutrient contamination through the catchment into Lake Rotorua, New Zealand” by Morgenstern et al. (2015). Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Sci. 20: 2395–2401. Abell JM, Hamilton DP (2015) Biogeochemical processes and phytoplankton nutrient limitation in the […]

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Ecofish is proud to announce an upcoming publication on the elusive Wolverine by Senior Wildlife Biologists Heidi Regehr and Deb Lacroix

“Unexpectedly High Detections of Wolverine (Gulu gulu) in Southwestern British Columbia” will be published in the 2016 Winter Issue (97-3) of Northwestern Naturalist. Abstract: We conducted an inventory of Wolverines (Gulo gulo) in southwestern British Columbia in winter 2012 using a multi-method approach of non-invasive genetic tagging and camera trapping. We detected a minimum of […]

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​Ecofish is proud to announce a new publication in the Canadian Water Resources Journal

Presented at the Washington-British Columbia Chapter’s 2015 Annual Meeting for the American Fisheries Society and the 26th Northeast Pacific Pink and Chum Salmon Workshop, “A Comparison of Desktop Hydrologic Methods for Determining Environmental Flows” was recently published in the Canadian Water Resources Journal. Researched and written by Ecofish Senior Environmental Scientist Todd Hatfield in collaboration […]

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