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Dr. Stephanie Green

I study the causes and consequences of biodiversity change in marine ecosystems, with the goal of developing science-based tools to inform conservation and restoration actions under global change. My students and I conduct collaborative research using a range of methods in the field and lab—behavioural observation, manipulative field experiments, theoretical and statistical models, and time series analyses along…

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Dr. Nicholas Bradley

I live in Victoria, and Bamfield feels both close to home and completely different. I enjoy introducing students to this part of the world and sharing my enthusiasm for the West Coast—in the classroom and on the beach. In my teaching and writing I’m fascinated by places, and by what it means to study literature…

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Luke Andersson

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Dr. Barb Beasley

“I’m Barb Beasley, an independent consulting biologist with several affiliations. I am the founding director of the Association of Wetland Stewards for Clayoquot and Barkley Sounds, visiting tutor in Life Sciences at Quest University, and an eco-tour naturalist/instructor with Maple Leaf Adventures,

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Dr. Brent Else

Dr. Brent Else, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Calgary. His research interests include air-sea gas exchange processes in arctic seas; Arctic marine carbon cycles; ocean acidification; sea ice biogeochemistry; and remote sensing.  He is also working on research projects that increase…

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BMSC Marine Invertebrate Zoology student observations inspires range expansion publication

Typically found on the wave-exposed sandy beaches of California and Oregon, the Pacific sand crab, Emerita analoga, was first noticed by our Marine Invertebrate Zoology students on Keeha Beach in 2016, leading to a publication by instructors, Dr. Mar Wonham (Quest U) and Dr. Mike Hart (SFU).

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Renee Gaudet

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Brandi Duke

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Byron Cousins

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Dr. Tracy Friedel

“I am a descendant of the Nehiyaw-speaking Lac Ste. Anne Métis of west central Alberta and completed my undergraduate degree in Commerce, and Masters and PhD degrees in Educational Policy Studies (focus on Indigenous education) all at the University of Alberta. Following eight years as a faculty member in the University of British Columbia’s Department…

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