As an applied conservation scientist, I am committed to contributing rigorous scientific information beyond academia.
Below are a few media stories that have highlighted our research:
Paradox of Hatcheries
Decline in Wild Salmon Diversity
Loss of sockeye diversity
Decades of cuts to salmon monitoring
State of Skeena salmon
Closing Canadian Fisheries.
Martinz Critical Review:
Observing a precipitous decline
How history is teaching scientists
about wild Skeena salmon today.
Sockeye salmon stocks are crashing; long-lost notebooks saw it coming.
The Big Story Podcast:
The story of the secret salmon journals.
54 Degrees North
Off the hook - salmon and steelhead.
Century-old salmon-smeared notebooks reveal past bounty of fisheries.
Genetic study of sockeye salmon in BC river suggests 75% decline since 1913.
SFU CSI work is bad news for Skeena salmon run.
Genetics of century-old fish scales reveals startling decline in salmon populations.
Blue Fish Radio:
100 year-old sockeye salmon DNA unearthed.
Found: slime-covered full of conservation data and fish scales.
Globe & Mail:
Overhaul of BC environmental assessment will fail: scientists.
BC environmental assessment overhaul marred by deficiencies.
Scientists urge BC to tighten wording of EA legislation.
Canadian Wildlife Magazine:
Red alert: BC's wild salmon population is dwindling.
A tragedy: BC to create wild salmon plan.
Bloodwater released into BC's coastal waters contain deadly fish virus.
A widow opens for Pacific Canada's Wild Salmon Policy.
Federal fish policy a flop, study finds.
Saving Canada's Wild Salmon Policy.