A collection of Raincoast’s reports on the marine mammals of British Columbia.
Published on 2016.09.12 | by Raincoast | in Marine Mammals, Oil free coast, oil tankers, Reports & Books, southern resident killer whales
Raincoast’s latest report demonstrates how the region’s biological diversity is captured in our values, has shaped our cultural identity and is linked to economic benefits in the billions of dollars. It is not a place for oil tankers or a carbon energy corridor.
Published on 2015.06.20 | by Raincoast | in Marine Mammals, Reports & Books
Dr. Chris Clark, acoustic expert from Cornell University, describes how noise and disturbance from vessels in the Salish Sea are likely impacting killer whales…
Published on | by Raincoast | in Marine Mammals, Reports & Books
Expert report on the viability of the southern resident killer whale population in the face of existing and future threats within their critical habitat of the Salish Sea…
Published on 2010.03.27 | by Raincoast | in Marine Mammals
What’s at Stake is based on 5 years of marine surveys on the BC coast, but puts this region in a broader ecological context.
Published on 2010.01.27 | by Misty MacDuffee | in Marine Mammals
Raincoast conducted 5 years of marine surveys on cetaceans, pinnipeds and seabirds. This report summarizes the analysis completed by Duke University’s Geospatial Ecology Lab in 2009.