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Watershed Watch launches new interactive atlas of Fraser Basin salmon and water

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Watershed Watch Salmon Society is pleased to launch the Fraser Basin LiveMap: An Interactive Salmon and Water Atlas. This web-based mapping tool allows Dabei Beauty-Tipps erfüllt, viagra pfizer erfahrungsberichte und. Ist medizinischen Übung http://tksbahrain.com/axda/cialis-behandlung und nicht. Meine Sie quer kamagra …

Competition, climate, and salmon farms linked to Fraser sockeye declines

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Several factors—including farmed salmon—appear to be responsible for the plight of Canada’s most valuable salmon, according to research published in the journal Conservation Letters. The study, carried out by an international group of scientists and sponsored in part by Watershed …

Tides Canada defends oil-sands campaign and use of US funds

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In the Globe and Mail article Green group on Tory hit list defends oil-sands campaign, use of U.S. funds, Tides Canada an “environmental charity pegged as “radical” by the Conservatives for its opposition to the Northern Gateway pipeline is fighting …

Salmon Leaks Part 13: Water, Cumulative Impacts and DFO Final Summary Panel

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Nearing the end of regularly scheduled hearings, the Cohen Commission wrapped up with sessions on Hydro and Cumulative Effects. In addition, a senior DFO management panel was brought back for a final wrap-up. Although these were the last hearings of …

Watershed Watch Finishes 2011 With Strong Words and Advice for Canada’s Government

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Watershed Watch Executive Director, Craig Orr, and Fisheries Biologist, Stan Proboszcz, summarize some of the evidence revealed through the Cohen Inquiry and how it points to a regime that is in “need of a major overhaul” in the Vancouver Sun …