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West Coast Marine Finfish Sector Strategic Action Plan

http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/aquaculture/lib-bib/nasapi-inpasa/finfish-west-marin-ouest-eng.htm

Feb 8, 2019 ... not become naturalized.  Identified vectors for transferring invasive species in aquatic environments include attachment to ship/boat hulls, transfer through ballast water, the use of live bait, aquarium/water garden trade, live food fish, and the movement of fisheries and aquaculture gear and products.Footnote 4 Once an invasive species has become established

Diving into the Deep: Coral and Sponge Conservation in Canada

http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/videos/deep-profondeur-eng.html

Sep 28, 2018 ... of animals here. The one thing that we have learned about corals and sponges is that we certainly don’t know all of them. People are finding new species all the time. These are new species to science. The last 10 years has been very exciting in terms of the whole world coming together and starting to take more interest in these kinds of organisms and making sure

Wildlife Enforcement Directorate: 2017 to 2018 annual summary

https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/services/environmental-enforcement/wildlife-legislation/annual-summary-2017-2018.html

Dec 17, 2018 ... in North America, living in Canada in the Great Lakes region and on the Atlantic coast in the spring and summer seasons. Nesting piping plovers are highly vulnerable to human activity. Currently, there are only approximately 200 breeding pairs of the species in Canada. Their population is suffering due to habitat loss and threats from human activities, like

News and updates (2012-2017) - Rouge National Urban Park

https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/on/rouge/info/bulletin-newsletter/annee-year

Jan 8, 2019 ... Conservation Authority (TRCA), reintroduced 21 baby Blanding’s turtles to a pond in the park. This was the second year that a group of this provincially and nationally threatened turtle species have been released in the park. In June 2014, the same group of partners collaborated on the release of 10 baby Blanding’s turtles in the Rouge. The long-living species

Progress report on park management plan implementation for the period of April 1, 2014 – February 1, 2016 - Banff National Park

https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/ab/banff/info/gestion-management/plan-2014-2016

Jan 24, 2019 ...Progress report on park management plan implementation for the period of April 1, 2014 – February 1, 2016 Banff National Park of Canada – 2015-2020 Priorities Parks Canada’s vision is captured in a few powerful words: “Canada’s treasured and historic places will be a living legacy, connecting hearts and minds to a stronger, deeper understanding of the very

Aquatic biodiversity science

http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/videos/aquatic-biodiversity-science-biodiversite-aquatique-eng.html

Sep 28, 2018 ...Aquatic biodiversity science Transcript Dr. Anya Dunham, Research Scientist I see biodiversity as the variety of lifeforms on Earth. The genes, species, communities and ecosystems that make up our planet. Darcy McNicholl, Aquatic Science Biologist It's so much greater than species richness itself, it's richness within a species and its connections

Management Plan 2018 - Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve, National Marine Conservation Area Reserve, and Haida Heritage Site

https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/bc/gwaiihaanas/info/consultations/gestion-management-2018

Nov 28, 2018 ... with principles of ecosystem-based management described in scientific, planning and management literature (Table 1). Yahguudang—Respect. We respect each other and all living things. We take only what we need, we give thanks, and we acknowledge those who behave accordingly. ‘Laa guu ga kanhllns—Responsibility.We accept the responsibility to manage and care for the land

Bedford Institute of Oceanography

http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/videos/bio-iob-eng.html

Sep 28, 2018 ... and important issues facing our oceans. Together they’re studying a large range of things - from the growth and movement of plankton which is critical in the aquatic food chain - to identifying important habitat and sensitive areas using seabed mapping, and the study of the species that live there – like deep water corals and sponges. As a Benthic ecologist, I study

NSERC - Science Promoters - Science Exposed - Past Winners

http://nserc-crsng.gc.ca/ScienceExposed-PreuveParLimage/past_winners-images_des_gagnants_eng.asp

Jan 23, 2019 ... by Jackson Chu Life in low oxygen Jackson Chu Institute of Ocean Sciences Oxygen minimum zones (OMZs) are regions of the deep ocean where oxygen naturally occur at low levels. The hairy pteropod, Clio recurva, is one of many species that occur in the offshore OMZ of Pacific Canada. Researchers are cataloguing the diversity of life in this region to aid in marine

Key contacts and stakeholders

https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/corporate/transparency/briefing/keycontacts-stakeholders.html

Dec 6, 2018 ... in the identification and analysis of business issues of national and international concern, the development of policy positions to address these issues and the provision of a strong voice in advocating industry views. CEA’s environmental work includes: Species at Risk –CEA has been actively engaged in the Five Year Review of the Species at Risk Act that began in 2009. CEA

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