Films & Videos
A collection of films and videos involving the Raincoast team and important conservation issues.
Published on 2010.04.02 | by Raincoast | in Films & Videos
Done in production with National Geographic, this trailer highlights the full length feature on large carnivores and Raincoast’s work to protect them in the Great Bear Rainforest.
Published on 2010.03.19 | by Raincoast | in Films & Videos
In 2007, the crew surveyed the stormy waters off BC’s central and north coast until December, in order to expand our understanding of abundance and distribution patterns of animals throughout the year…
Published on 2009.09.10 | by Raincoast | in Films & Videos
Watch video here. Reporting by CTV. Raincoast believes that the most serious threat to coastal grizzly bears, both in the short term and into the future, is the lack of security for salmon.
Published on 2009.05.25 | by Raincoast | in Films & Videos
Department of Biology, McGill University Introduction to Paleolimnological techniques: What can lake sediments can tell us about past salmon abundance?
Published on 2009.05.24 | by Raincoast | in Films & Videos
School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington Translating variation in sediment 15N into pre-historical salmon population dynamics.
Published on 2009.05.23 | by Raincoast | in Films & Videos
Department of Biological Sciences, Idaho State University The fate of salmon-derived nutrients: Insights from lake studies in Alaska.
Published on 2009.05.22 | by Raincoast | in Films & Videos
Department of Biology, University of Regina The importance of salmon-derived nutients on lake ecosystems
Published on 2009.05.21 | by Raincoast | in Films & Videos
Pacific Biological Station, Fisheries and Oceans Canada Escapement data pitfalls and time series reconstructions for paleoindicators
Published on 2008.09.26 | by Pink Sheep Media | in Films & Videos, In the News
Wild Salmon in Trouble Video – at the Watershed Watch site Watershed Watch produced the animation ‘Wild Salmon in Trouble’ to clarify why sea lice are a problem for wild salmon and to provide an overview of the salmon life cycle so the public can make informed decisions regarding the seafood they purchase.