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Reminiscing about a “beary” epic field season – by Lia Chalifour

Young grizzly bear exercising his omnivory through herbivory

I’m sitting in Calgary but my heart is back in the Great Bear Rainforest, where I spent two months working with Raincoast’s bear research project……

Oil spill simulation gets locals talking about possibility of crude along the Salish Sea

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Jenny Uechi / Vancouver Observer
Tamara Phillips was swimming near Stanley Park when her eye caught a glimpse of a yellow card floating along the water’s surface…

Oil Spill Simulated On B.C.’s Fraser River, Burrard Inlet

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The Huffington Post B.C.
Researchers place bright yellow cards into the Fraser River to simulate how far a potential oil spill from the Trans Canada pipeline would spread…

Oil cards expected to wash up along Richmond’s shores

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Graeme Wood / Richmond News
If you’ve walked along the dyke recently, you might be asking yourself: What are those yellow things floating in the Fraser River or stuck on the rocks…

Drift cards released on Fraser River to simulate pipeline oil spill risk

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Larry Pynn / Vancouver Sun
Four hundred plywood drift cards were released Tuesday on the lower Fraser River in an experiment to simulate the dispersion of an oil spill from Kinder Morgan’s pipeline expansion project…

‘This could be oil’: Drift cards tossed into Fraser River to simulate oil spill

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Emily Jackson / Metro
Four hundred plywood drift cards stamped with the warning “This could be oil” were tossed into the Fraser River Tuesday to simulate how far oil could travel…

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