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Aquatic ecosystems

Aug 21, 2019 ...Aquatic ecosystems Aquatic ecosystems research, ocean and aquatic climate change science, projects near water, protecting marine resources. Follow: Twitter @FishOceansCAN (Fisheries and Oceans Canada) @DFO_MAR (Maritimes) @DFO_NL (Newfoundland and Labrador) @DFO_Pacific (Pacific) Most requested Access to national wave data Marine protected areas (MPAs

Protecting the Right Whale in the North-Atlantic Ocean

Dec 19, 2016 ...Protecting the Right Whale in the North-Atlantic Ocean August 2008 The North Atlantic right whale is one of the world’s most endangered large whales. Named the ‘right’ whale by whalers because it is slow-moving and easy to catch, this whale was hunted to near extinction by the late 1800s. In 1935, the League of Nations banned hunting of right whales in all

Environmental conservation and protection

Nov 1, 2019 ...Environmental conservation and protection Sustainability, oceans, impact assessments, protected areas, environmental funding, enforcement. Services and information Protecting oceans, lakes and rivers Marine conservation targets, bioregions and protected areas, network planning, oceans management, World Oceans Day. Projects and impact assessments Understand

Summary of the Evaluation of the Oceans Protection Plan (Phase 1)

Oct 22, 2019 ...Summary of the evaluation of the Oceans Protection Plan (Phase 1) About the evaluation The evaluation was conducted April 2018 to February 2019 to document early successes and information management / information technology (IM/IT) challenges of four Oceans Protection Plan (OPP) data-intensive initiatives. Evidence was gathered through site visits, four

Protecting our nature: Canada’s story

Nov 22, 2019 ... and oceans We are on our way to protecting 1,697,000 km2 of our land and freshwater, and 575,000 km2 of our oceans by 2020. That is 2,272,000 km2 of protected land, lake and ocean— an area bigger than Greenland! We are doing it together with provinces and territories, Indigenous Peoples, cities and towns, foundations, charities and other partners from coast to coast

Canada's oceans agenda

Jul 30, 2019 ...Canada's oceans agenda With over 7 million Canadians living in coastal communities, Canada has a lot at stake in protecting our 3 oceans and coasts. We rely on our oceans for food, jobs, clean air and much more. Our stewardship of this important natural resource is part of our social fabric and is woven into the vast history of maritime and Indigenous

Management measures to protect Southern Resident killer whales | Pacific Region | Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Nov 18, 2019 ... information on this area can be found in FN0507. Related material Watching marine wildlife Protecting Canada's Endangered Whales Oceans Protection Plan Report to Canadians Protecting our Coasts - Oceans Protection Plan Killer whale (Northeast Pacific, southern resident population) summary report $167.4 million Whales Initiative: Protecting the Southern Resident killer

The Importance of Canada’s Coasts: what we heard - Transport Canada

Jul 8, 2019 ...The Importance of Canada’s Coasts: what we heard From: Transport Canada From September 2017 to October 2018, we asked Canadians why our oceans and waterways are important, and how we can work together to protect them. The consultation was done online through Let’s Talk – Oceans Protection Plan. Description The Importance of Canada’s Coasts: What We’ve Heard

Protecting Fragile Marine Areas and Species on the Ocean Bottom

Mar 23, 2009 ...Protecting Fragile Marine Areas and Species on the Ocean Bottom DFO has taken many steps to protect fragile marine areas and species. The sites on the map below meet several concerns or needs, but have been identified primarily as those that play an important role in contributing to the conservation of ocean bottom (benthic) species, habitats

Networks conduct research focused on protecting Canada�s oceans and care for elderly Canadians

Feb 28, 2017 ... two key issues for Canadians from a variety of angles. In Halifax, these collaborations help ensure that Canadians are protected from ocean hazards. In Kingston, the network helps improve end-of-life care for all Canadians. Innovations made through these two networks will improve the quality of life of all Canadians and help support Canada�s middle class.ï

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