B.C.’s coastal wildlife would be ‘devastated’ by oil spill: report

Conservation group states case against pipeline, coastal shipping Calgary Herald By Judith Lavoie, March 24, 2010 VICTORIA — Whales, wolves, bears and birds would be devastated by an oil spill in the waters off Vancouver’s coast, says an extensive new study released a day before the anniversary of one of the world’s most devastating human-caused…

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Oil sands, tankers and climate. Raincoast speaks out

Climate change is real and demands a concerted effort Vancouver Sun Climategate’s a convenient sideshow to the real issue Victoria News Climategate a convenient sideshow Ottawa Citizen Climategate is first in a new wave of attacks The Ecologist Hopenhagen or Dopenhagen? Common Dreams, Georgia Strait, Climate change policy in the dark Toronto Star Now the…

Landscape heterogeneity and marine subsidy generate extensive niche variation in a terrestrial carnivore

Darimont, C.T., P.C. Paquet, and T.E. Reimchen. 2009. Landscape heterogeneity and marine subsidy generate extensive niche variation in a terrestrial carnivore. Journal of Animal Ecology 79: 126-133 Diversity in wolves pdf

Ocean World

Join Raincoast and the Victoria Children’s choir on this musical journey into a whale’s ocean world Friday, May 8    7:00 pm Saturday, May 9  7:00 pm Alex Goolden Hall, Victoria Conservatory of Music 907 Pandora Avenue, Victoria BC Tickets: $15.00 at Long & McQuade, Ivy’s Bookshop, Larsen Music, Cadboro Bay Book Co. For more…