The Canadian Society of Environmental Biologists and Comox Valley Nature hosted a highly informative series of five daily webinars from February 22 to February 26 focussing on herring in the Salish Sea.
If you missed any of these webinars or would like to see them again, the recordings are now available at the links given below. To access them you will need to provide your name and email address.
For more information about this series, see the announcement in our earlier post.
Salish Sea Herring 101, Biology Human Use , Status and Management
Monday, February 22, 10:00 am
Speaker: Dr. John Neilson
Note: The presentation on Feb. 22 was not recorded due to technical difficulties, but Dr. Neilson has kindly repeated his talk without an audience for this recording. Consequently, this recording does not include the question period.
The Legal Protection of Forage Fish Beaches
Tuesday, February 23, 10:00 am
Speakers: Ellen Campbell (Environmental Law Centre, U.Vic.), Jacklyn Barrs (Specialist, Ecosystems Restoration, WWF Canada), Ian Bruce (QEP, Dip. Restoration of Natural Systems, President – Watershed Ecological Services Ltd., Executive Coordinator – Peninsula Streams Society)
Additional panelists: Calvin Sandborn QC (Legal Director – Environmental Law Centre), Megan Buchanan (former ELC student)
Assessing Seabird Ecological Correlates to Inform Conservation
Wednesday, February 24, 10:00 am
Speaker: Dr. Ignacio Vilchis
Rebuilding Fisheries: Unlocking Canada’s Potential for Abundant Oceans
Thursday, February 25, 10:00 am
Speaker: Dr. Robert Rangeley
Salish Sea Archaeology of Herring
Friday, February 26, 10:00 am
Speaker: Dr. Iain McKechnie