Ecofish Listed as One of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies!

Canadian Business and Maclean’s today ranked Ecofish Research Ltd. No.  490 on the annual Growth 500, the definitive ranking of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies. Produced by Canada’s premier business and current affairs media brands, the Growth 500 ranks Canadian businesses on five-year revenue growth. Growth 500 winners are profiled in a special print issue of Canadian […]

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New Publication in Environmental Science and Technology

Congratulations to Environmental Scientist Jon Abell and Statistician Paul van Dam-Bates on a recent publication in the journal Environmental Science and Technology titled “Quantifying the Extent of Anthropogenic Eutrophication of Lakes at a National Scale in New Zealand.”  The study was based on a project completed by Ecofish in 2018 that quantified the extent of […]

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Ecofish Recognized in Canadian Journal of Forest Research

  As members and advocates of the scientific community, Ecofish is committed to maintaining scientific excellence in all that we do.  We support social responsibility through our Research and Development Program, which maintains that not only is our talented staff at the forefront of the latest advancements in science and technology, but that we also […]

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Ecofish Research Ltd. Accelerates Northern B.C. Growth with new Offices and Hiring Plans in Terrace, B.C.

Terrace, B.C. (July 11, 2019) Ecofish Research Ltd. (Ecofish), a Vancouver-based science and environmental consulting firm, has opened a new, larger office in Terrace, B.C. Our team in Terrace is growing in response to an increasing demand for environmental services in the Northern B.C. region and this new space will allow us to better accommodate […]

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Ecofish Research Ltd. Further Expands Across Vancouver Island with New Location in Nanaimo, BC

(Nanaimo, B.C.) – Ecofish Research Ltd. (Ecofish), a Vancouver-based science and environmental consulting firm, launched a new office in Nanaimo, B.C. to better serve its clients in the region while working to reduce its own environmental impact by staying local to where their expertise is needed.  Ecofish has worked to reduce the impact of development […]

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Provisionally Accredited Assessor for the Hydropower Sustainability Assessment Protocol

Meet Dr. Andrew Harwood – Director of Science Practices and Ecofish partner, Andrew was recently designated a Provisionally Accredited Assessor for the Hydropower Sustainability Assessment Protocol (HSAP) by the International Hydropower Association (IHA).  Congratulations Andrew!  http://www.hydrosustainability.org/Protocol/Accredited-Assessors.aspx What is the HSAP?  Good question! According to the IHA, “the HSAP is a tool that promotes and guides more […]

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New Publication in the Journal of Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution

Congratulations to Fisheries Biologist Noel Swain on his latest publication in the Journal of Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution!  The publication titled “Landscape structure and species interactions drive the distribution of salmon carcasses in coastal watersheds” was coauthored by Joel Harding, Jennifer Harding, Rachel Field, Jane Pendray, Marlene Wagner and John Reynolds.  Access the full […]

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New Publications in the Journal of Marine Ecology Progress Series

Meet Dr. Alejandro Buren –   Originally from Argentina, Dr. Buren has a Ph.D. in Cognitive and Behavioural Ecology from the Memorial University of Newfoundland.  Prior to joining Ecofish, Alejandro carried out research in the Northwest Atlantic and Patagonia marine ecosystems.  During his tenure as a Fisheries and Oceans Research Scientist he provided critical input to […]

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Ecofish Supports Local Cumberland Wetlands Conference

Last weekend, Ecofishers participated in the Cumberland Wetland’s Conference – a  fantastic forum for networking and brainstorming with local government, professionals and community members and in general, sharing enthusiasm about wetland function, management and conservation in the Comox Valley. Neil Fletcher,  prominent wetland educator in the province and Wetlands Program Manager for the BC Wildlife […]

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