New book “Pathways to Resilience” Includes Article by Watershed Watch Ecologist, Aaron Hill

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The new book Pathways to Resilience: Sustaining Salmon Ecosystems in a Changing World, includes the article Merits and Limits of Ecosystem Protection for Conserving Wild Salmon in a Northern Coastal British Columbia River by Watershed Watch Ecologist Aaron Hill and co-authors Thomas Bansak, Bonnie Ellis, and Jack Stanford.

The book is described as including essays that represent “the most-forward thinking about resilience and Pacific salmon collected to date, and they point to new ways we may consider and interact with this iconic fish. It should be of interest not only to those active in fisheries but also to policymakers—and, by extension, to those interested in the resilience of other ecological and social systems.”

 

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