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Hook-induced injuries hamper suction feeding performance in marine shiner perch

Recreational fishing is popular throughout the world and has significant socioeconomic impacts. Catch-and-release fishing is beneficial for a number of reasons, but the immediate impact of hook removal is poorly understood. Melissa Thompson, a student in the 2017 Biology of Marine Fishes course (co-taught by Tim Higham and Sean Rogers) at the Bamfield Marine Sciences…

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Nick Gauthier

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Neil Blondel

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Bruce Sam

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Kelsie Gibson

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Chelsea Hartman

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Gregory Johnson

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Bob Holmes

Bob Holmes has been a professional science writer for more than 25 years. He is a regular correspondent for New Scientist magazine, an international newsweekly of science that reaches more than three quarters of a million readers worldwide. He has also written for magazines including ScienceKnowable, HealthUSNews & World Report, and National Wildlife, and for the San Francisco Chronicle and other…

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Dr. Deborah Curran

I pursued legal studies to gain a skill for environmental protection, so my work as an Associate Professor at the University of Victoria in the School of Environmental Studies and Faculty of Law (joint appointment) allows me to assist students, community organizations and First Nations with complex environmental governance challenges. My work is in…

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Environmental Law and Sustainability

Overview: This course explores the structures of policy and law that shape environmental governance on the west coast of Vancouver Island, and how the Indigenous communities and ecosystems of the west coast of Vancouver Island shape law and policy. The goal is to understand the complex socio-ecological and legal structures – both Nuu-chah-nulth and Canadian…

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