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‘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…

Organizers of oil spill simulation ask for help from B.C. residents

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Jen St. Denis / Business In Vancouver
Two environmental groups are asking British Columbians to help them track where and how oil would spill in the waters around Vancouver in the event of a tanker leak…

Simulation to show impact of potential oil spill in Burrard Inlet

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Peter Meiszner / Global News
The City of Vancouver is teaming up with two environmental groups to conduct an oil spill simulation Tuesday on the Fraser River and in Burrard Inlet…

Adopt a drift card to help protect our coast

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Our drift card study is a perfect example of research that creatively meshes science with public awareness…

Media Release: Public participation required for oil spill simulation

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Raincoast and the Georgia Strait Alliance are teaming up with the City of Vancouver today to conduct an oil spill simulation on the Fraser River and in Burrard Inlet…

Indigenous knowledge & science unite to reveal distributional shift in wildlife …

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Study by Raincoast and partners discusses the movement of grizzlies from BC’s mainland onto coastal islands in the journal PLOS ONE…

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