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Statement from Scientists’ Think Tank Charting a Course of Action on Cohen Commission Recommendations

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On February 25 and 26, 2013, twenty four scientists from Canada and the USA met at Simon Fraser University for the Scientists’ Think Tank Charting a Course of Action on Cohen Commission Recommendations to discuss implementation of the scientific recommendations …

Watershed Watch co-sponsors SFU’s presentation Charting a Course of Action on Cohen Commission Recommendations

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Watershed Watch Salmon Society is a proud participant and co-sponsor of Simon Fraser University’s Speaking for the Salmon free public lecture Fraser Sockeye Salmon: An Uncertain Future – Charting a Course of Action on Cohen Commission Recommendations. Wednesday, February 27, …

Vancouver Sun: Overuse of groundwater could impact food supply, study finds

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The Vancouver Sun article Overuse of groundwater could impact food supply, study finds reports, “The world’s increasing reliance on deep groundwater for agricultural, residential and industrial use is fuelling crop-damaging soil salinity and depleting the world’s supply of fresh water, …

SFU Media Release: Fish controversy nets Sterling prize

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Oct. 17, 2012 The often viciously targeted authors of more than a decade of research on the fate of British Columbia’s wild salmon have netted a befitting prize from Simon Fraser University. Rick Routledge, an SFU fish population statistician, and …

Media Release: Virus discovered in Cultus Lake sport fish

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A Simon Fraser University fish-population statistician, working in collaboration with non-government organization scientists, has uncovered evidence of a potentially deadly virus in a freshwater sport fish in B.C. SFU professor Rick Routledge and Stan Proboszcz, a fisheries biologist at the …