Just when I thought field work was over I find myself back out at Sturgeon Bank. Today Riley Finn and I are mapping marsh islands as part of long term monitoring investigating marsh recession as well as baseline data for monitoring any changes related to the Fraser Connectivity Project.
Research published today in Conservation Science and Practice indicates that 102 species at risk of extinction in the Fraser River estuary can be saved with an investment of $381 million…
Fraser Connectivity Project made the cover of the paper today. The article in The Star Metro Vancouver talks about…
The Steveston Jetty is only one of the many structures dividing the Fraser estuary, altering the movement of salmon, freshwater, and fine sediments to Sturgeon and Roberts Banks.
This morning’s field work site… through wind and rain @raincoastconservation @dave.scott.bc View this post on Instagram A post shared by Misty MacDuffee (@mistymacduffee)
We are excitedly moving towards construction of 3 breaches of the Steveston Jetty to restore natural outmigration pathways for juvenile salmon which provide access to critical brackish marsh habitats!!