The Kelp RESCUE Project is an exciting new initiative at the BMSC to conduct translational research towards solutions for scalable kelp forest restoration
New research challenges widely held assumptions about historical sea otter populations with implications for conservation policy and Indigenous reconciliation.
How do these ‘ancient fish’ respond to climate change?
The BMSC Star, Volume 4 – July 2021
Dr. Higham and his lab are investigating how genes from different populations of stickleback affect movement while feeding.
They are here investigating the factors that might influence the response of organisms to stressors such as sociality, water chemistries, and parasites.
We are hosting a contest for a distinctive logo to highlight our 50th Anniversary Celebration!
Marine stickleback have repeatedly invaded freshwater environments. On the Pacific coast of Canada, freshwater lakes are colder during the winter than the ocean – so how do marine stickleback invaders survive?