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Chinook Salmon Ecology in the Salish Sea - VNHS
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Apr 27/20 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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Chinook Salmon ecology in the Salish Sea
Monday, 27 April19:30 – 21:00
Monthly on the fourth Monday, until 28 Apr 2020
 
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MARINE NIGHT 

Chinook Salmon ecology in the Salish Sea: novel approaches and new insights 

Declines in the marine survival of Salish Sea Chinook Salmon have had grave cultural, economic and ecological consequences. As part of a drive to understand these declines, Will Duguid and colleagues in the Juanes Lab at the University of Victoria have been developing new approaches to investigate Chinook Salmon and the ecosystem that supports them. Economical, small vessel sampling programs; citizen science-based diet monitoring; and integration of electronic tagging technology are providing novel insights into Chinook Salmon ecology. Will Duguid is a PhD candidate in the Biology Department at UVic. 

We meet at 7:30 p.m. in Room 159, Fraser Building, UVic. Everyone welcome. Note UVic parking is $3.50.

Organiser: Victoria Natural History Society
Victoria Natural History Society
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