New Publication in Methods in Ecology and Evolution

Are you curious about how spatial capture-recapture (SCR) models are changing the landscape of measuring animal density? Learn about the the novel method that obtains “accurate and precise estimates of animal density while eliminating the fieldwork burden associated with separately estimating call rate” in a recent publication co-authored by Ecofish Statistician Paul van Dam-Bates in […]

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New Publication in the Journal Ecology

Should Pacific salmon density in streams be considered in ecosystem-based management? Learn about the implications in a recent publication coauthored by Ecofisher Noel Swain, titled ‘Relationships between Pacific salmon and aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems: implications for ecosystem‐based management:’ https://esajournals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/ecy.3060      

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Ecofish Makes the 2020 Growth List of Canada’s Fastest Growing Companies

Vancouver, BC – Ecofish Research Ltd. (Ecofish) is pleased to announce our listing on the 2020 Growth List, the definitive ranking of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies produced by Canadian Business. “This year’s cohort of Growth List applicants was the most competitive ever and earning a spot on the list is something to be very proud of,” […]

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Ecofish Welcomes Debbi Stanyer to the Team

Ecofish is pleased to announce the latest addition to our leadership team, Debbi Stanyer. VIew our news release here!

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Managing Renewable Energy to Benefit Wildlife Habitat

Congratulations to Ecofish Scientists Leah Ballin and Jon Abell on a recent article featured in the Forest Professional Magazine summer issue, ‘Linking Trees, Water, and Wildlife: Managing Interactions Between Riparian Vegetation and Reservoir Operations on Vancouver Island.’  The article considers BC Hydro’s development of a Water Use Plan to manage impacts of the Campbell River […]

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Ecofish is Hiring in Fort St. John!

Are you looking for an exciting opportunity to build your career with one of Canada’s fastest growing companies? We are hiring for multiple positions in Fort St. John, British Columbia.

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Are You Passionate about Angling?

The Pacific Salmon Foundation (PSF), British Columbia Conservation Foundation (BCCF), and other partners are looking for volunteers to participate in their 2020/21 Avid Anglers program. They are looking for experienced saltwater salmon sportfishers who have their own boats to undertake targeted sampling and tagging efforts in the Salish Sea. The capture technique that will be […]

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What Types of Factors Affect Seedling Growth at the Treeline?

We are excited to announce a new publication in the journal Ecosystems titled Snowpack, Tree Size, and Ecological Legacies Promote Seedling Establishment in Tree Islands at the Treeline.  Congratulations to Ecofisher Owen Fitzpatrick and co-authors M. Blade, L. A. Fishback, G. P. Kershaw, J. Muffly & S. D. Mamet on their latest publication! Click here […]

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New Publication in the New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research

We are excited to announce a new publication in the New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research, titled ‘Reference and current Trophic Level Index of New Zealand lakes: benchmarks to inform lake management and assessment.’  Congratulations to Ecofishers Jon Abell and Paul van Dam-Bates and to co-authors Deniz Özkundakci and David Hamilton! Access the […]

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Ecofish Expands Team – Opens New Office in Halifax

It’s been a busy year!  Ecofish opens it’s third new office of 2019 in Atlantic Canada.  A warm welcome to our newest team members , Michael Browne and Marianne Gilbert who will be leading our new Halifax office.  We look forward to helping clients in the Atlantic region tackle their toughest environmental challenges. View the […]

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