Join Ecofish at HydroVision in Minneapolis July 26th-29th

Stay educated, stay on top of industry trends, and expand your network – join Ecofish at one of the world’s largest hydro events, HydroVision Minneapolis July 26th-29th. Experts from Ecofish will present on a number of topics including: A Comparison of Desktop Hydrologic Methods for Determining Environmental Flows, Managing Flow Ramping Operations at Run-of-River Hydroelectric […]

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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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The Province of BC hires Ecofish to develop environmental guidance

Provincial regulators now have to consider environmental flow needs when issuing licenses or permits for surface water and groundwater under the new Water Sustainability Act. Ecofish, along with our collaborators Knight Piésold and ESSA, have been asked by MFLNRO to define the key information needs and provide guidance on how to consider this information when […]

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Ecofish sponsors and presents at the Canadian Water Resource Association’s Environmental Flows Technical Workshop

On November 16th, Ecofish sponsored and presented at the Environmental Flows Technical Workshop hosted by the Canadian Water Resources Association (CWRA) in Alliston Ontario. Ecofish Data Analyst Katie Healey and Fisheries Biologist Eric Smyth presented the assessment and monitoring results from the Kwalsa Stave Hydroelectric Project, sharing valuable knowledge with consultants, conservation authority personnel, municipal […]

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​Ecofish educates on river health and hydropower in Yunnan, China

Last month, Ecofish organized a field trip and two workshops on river health and hydropower development in the Lancang River basin, China from October 27-29th. These were among a number of R4D (research for development) activities for the WLE Mekong project “Balancing River Health and Hydropower Requirements in the Lancang River Basin.” This event was […]

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Ecofish celebrates another successful year at Clean Energy BC’s annual Generate Conference

CEBC Generate 2015 “Thinking Bigger” was another successful event for Ecofish. We participated in the trade show, conference, and awards dinner. During the awards dinner, Ecofish were recognized as part of the project team awarded the Project Excellence Award by Generate for best project of the year, McLymont Creek. Congratulations AltaGas Ltd.! As part of […]

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​Ecofish chairs at the 2015 Greater Mekong Forum

Ecofish Research is actively advancing sustainable hydropower in Asia based on our expertise and insight in hydropower development. Dr. Xuezhong Yu, Senior Hydro-environmental Scientist at Ecofish, attended the 2015 Greater Forum in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, from 21-23 Oct 2015. Dr. Yu chaired the session “Conserving Fish in Hydropower Development,” which focussed on current practices and […]

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​Join Ecofish for a fantastic professional development opportunity at Clean Energy BC’s Generate 2015 Conference!

If you have not yet heard, please join us in closing Generate 2015 (Clean Energy BC’s Annual Conference, see www.generate2015.ca) for an exciting one-day long workshop aimed at providing the most recent updates on the initiatives and directions pertaining to the regulatory framework that governs the Clean Energy industry in BC. In keeping with the […]

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​Ecofish presents at the 15th Annual Power of Water Canada Conference

Ecofish Research has been taking strides to expand our capabilities and better serve our clients in Ontario. In addition to opening a new Toronto office location, we have been meeting with members of the Ontario hydropower industry to showcase our expertise in hydropower development. This past week, Ecofish President and Senior Fisheries Scientist Adam Lewis […]

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​Seal Counting with the Nanwakolas Guardian Watchmen

Ecofish and the Nanwakolas Guardian Watchmen enjoyed a sunny day on Courtenay River for training on seal counting methods. The Guardian Watchmen, concerned about seal predation on salmon, called on Ecofish experts to help them develop a method for tracking the abundance of seals in the lower reaches and estuary of the Puntledge River. The […]

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