Frances Stewart and Jason Fisher both adjunct assistant professors at UVic’s the School of Environmental Studies have recently published an exciting paper that..
…shows how the movements of one small mammal – the weasel-like fisher – through natural forested corridors underlines the importance of these safe pathways and points to implications for many other forest animals across the country such as the wolverine, moose, lynx and hare.
Please visit Stewart & Fisher‘s respective UVicSpace pages to read more about their valuable research.
Marine protected areas (MPAs) are well known for protecting biodiversity, but their effects on people who use the oceans are debated. Now a new review—led by University of Victoria marine conservation scientist Natalie Ban and 12 co-authors—illustrates that these protected areas can also support human well-being.
The University of Victoria’s institutional repository, UVicSpace contains over half a dozen articles published by Natalie Ban, Assistant Professor with UVic’s School of Environmental Studies. To explore and read her important works in UVicSpace please follow the link here.