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The newest Canadian research and technological advances that are changing the way we understand and interact with our environment and each other.
Workers seen on top of the cliff at the Big Bar landslide on the Fraser River in July 2019. Fisheries and Oceans Canada officials said that 99 per cent of early Stuart sockeye and 89 per cent of early chinook salmon were lost that year. The fish couldn’t make it past the landslide. (Photo: Canadian Press/Darryl Dyck)
Since the start of satellite records in 1979, the number of days per year that sea ice is present has declined in each subpopulation’s region. (Photo: Andreas Preußer, CC BY-ND 3.0)
Two leather sea stars photographed by marine ecologist Chris Harley in Vancouver’s Stanley Park on July 12, 2021, illustrate the impact of the extreme heat wave that hit Western Canada this past summer. The live star on the left was in a shady spot, while the star on the right perished in the direct sun. (Photos: Chris Harley)