The California drought threatens several of its native fish with extinction. Will the Sacramento River’s winter-run Chinook be the first to go?
Pollution may soon overwhelm deep seas' ability to sequester mercury, which builds up in tuna and other predatory fish
Large cracks remain in the science assessing Enbridge’s Northern Gateway Pipeline project
In a bid to buoy flagging seabird populations, park biologists eradicate rats from islands in British Columbia
Knowing we can retrieve facts online later alters memory
Locals with a long history of traditional stewardship of resources are now conducting fisheries surveys to ensure sustainability
Poor salmon runs along British Columbia's central coast rain forest since 2003 have spurred scientists to gauge the fish's nutritional impact on grizzly bears
Researchers are checking in this summer at 72 baited hair-snagging stations located across 5,000 square kilometers of remote temperate rain forest in Heiltsuk Traditional Territory, British Columbia...
A recent study suggests a mystery pathogen acting in concert with human-induced stressors may be the culprits
Dogs have played heroic roles throughout the history of modern science in experiments that weren't always humane
NEPTUNE Canada, the world's largest regional cabled undersea network, promises to usher in a new era of ocean science when it goes online December 8*
Scientists are collecting hairs from live bears to prevent population declines as a result of decreases in a principal food source: salmon