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Cautious fish evolve out of marine reserves

New research by the Sea Around Us and UBC’s Biodiversity Research Centre makes the case for creating more marine reserves in the world’s oceans because fish can evolve to be more cautious and stay away from fishing nets.
Jellyfish fisheries research awarded by the Vancouver Aquarium
The Sea Around Us' postdoctoral fellow Lucas Brotz was presented with the Michael A. Bigg Award for student research “for his exceptional contributions to the understanding of jellyfish in waters around the world.”
LISTEN to Lucas http://bit.ly/blog18sau
The women in the
Sea Around Us
Our researchers join the campaign #WomenInScience
WATCH http://bit.ly/blog20sau
Making fisheries science accessible
Graduate student Madeline Cashion reflects on the challenges of knowledge translation. READ MORE http://bit.ly/blog23sau
Promoting small pelagic fish in Victoria​

 

Highlights from Daniel Pauly's lecture “Mapping small pelagics, fisheries and the primary production they require.” READ MORE http://bit.ly/blog22sau
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