conservation

BearID
Raincoast research

BearID

BearID detects a bear’s face in an image and classifies the individual. It’s facial recognition for bears!

Dr. Melanie Clapham, a postdoctoral researcher at University of Victoria working with Raincoast’s Applied Conservation Science lab has been exploring facial recognition technology …

Wolf School 3: What can science tell us about wolves of Coastal British Columbia and beyond
Wolves

Wolf School 3: What can science tell us about wolves of Coastal British Columbia and beyond

Sept 2, 2020 @ 6pm PST

Dr. Heather Bryan

Heather played a key role in Raincoast’s early research on coastal wolves. She is widely published in the fields of wildlife health, predator-prey interactions, conservation physiology, disease ecology, and community-engaged research.…

New publication on “supporting resurgent Indigenous-led stewardship” to advance conservation
Raincoast research

New publication on “supporting resurgent Indigenous-led stewardship” to advance conservation

A new publication discusses how conservation actions to safeguard biodiversity could be advanced through partnerships with, and leadership of, resurgent Indigenous governments.

This new open access study, “Supporting resurgent Indigenous-led stewardship: a nascent mechanism for just and effective conservation”, …