All of Raincoast’s published scientific papers, abstracts, and conference proceedings.
Published on 2015.02.11 | by Raincoast | in Coastal Wolves
Raincoast scientists publish response to paper advocating Alberta’s wolf cull in the name of caribou recovery. It addresses the ethics and science of the approach and methods that were published in Canadian Journal of Zoology, November 2015…
Published on 2015.01.26 | by Raincoast | in Scientific Literature
List of Raincoast’s peer-reviewed journal publications produced by our wolf, wild salmon, grizzly and marine programs to 2014
Published on 2014.11.18 | by Raincoast | in Coastal Wolves, Publications
Journal Paper: Heavily hunted wolves have higher stress and reproductive steroids than wolves with lower hunting pressure…
Published on 2014.07.25 | by Raincoast | in Grizzly Bears
Study by Raincoast and partners discusses the movement of grizzlies from BC’s mainland onto coastal islands in the journal PLOS ONE…
Published on 2014.07.13 | by Raincoast | in Coastal Wolves
Researchers find differences between BC’s coastal and mainland wolves. Published in BMC Ecology
Published on 2014.07.05 | by Raincoast | in Grizzly Bears, Press Releases
A collaboration of wildlife scientists from Raincoast, UVic and the Spirit Bear Research Foundation of the Kitisoo -Xais’ Xais’ Nation have published a study in the international peer-reviewed journal, PLOS ONE, documenting grizzly bears on the move to coastal islands.
Published on 2014.06.10 | by Raincoast | in Salmon
New study from SFU and Raincoast shows the benefits from higher numbers of spawning pink and chum salmon on coho…
Published on 2014.06.09 | by Raincoast | in Press Releases, Salmon
Research from SFU and Raincoast scientists shows juvenile coho salmon benefit from dining on the carcasses of spawning pink and chum salmon.
Published on 2014.03.25 | by Raincoast | in Grizzly Bears
Raincoast & SFU scientists just published a letter in the international journal SCIENCE. It calls out the BC gov’t for making politically motivated decisions and calling them ‘scientific’…