• Emerging Ecology Research Series

Graduate students in the Environmental Studies department share their exciting research in this series of three stand-alone presentations. Learn about the incredible diversity of primate species, find out how shipwrecks form artificial reefs in our local harbours, and learn how Indigenous peoples traditionally managed the local landscape. You may register for a single session or receive a discount if you register for all three.

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Introduction to the World of Primates

This informative lecture provides an introduction to the world of primatology, focusing on the ecology and behaviour of non-human primates. Topics will include speciation, habitat, social organization, communication and conservation, as well as a brief history of primate studies.
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Artificial Reef Ecosystems of British Columbia

What happens when a ship sinks to the bottom of the ocean and Mother Nature is left to take over? This course introduces students to artificial reefs, their uses, and potential to provide habitat for marine life.
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Traditional Plant Cultivation on the Coast: Indigenous Estuary Root Gardens

In this short course, we will learn about various forms of traditional plant management, with a specific focus on estuary root gardens as a case study.
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