Earth Sciences

Better fisheries management and conservation is effective at turning the tide on the shark and ray declines, according to a study from Simon Fraser researchers. The fact sharks and rays are increasingly threatened by overfishing has made global headlines in recent years. Oceanic populations have plummeted by as much as 71 per cent in the last 50 years and one third of all sharks and rays are threatened with extinction.

An international research team including UdeM professor James King has shown that dust from southern Africa made its way to Antarctica within the last few thousand years.

Montreal biologists publish a study demonstrating that photogrammetry allows rapid and precise three-dimensional reconstruction of flowers from two-dimensional images.

SFU professors Kirsten Zickfeld and Karen Kohfeld are part of an expert panel contributing to a new report released this week investigating the potential contribution of nature-based climate solutions (NBCS) to meeting Canada's climate change mitigation commitments.

New research from SFU-s Jeremy Venditti dives into the science of going with the flow predicting the evolution of the Earth's surface.

Enhancing and protecting Canada's carbon stocks is essential but insufficient to meet GHG emission targets: expert panel report.

A cosmic drama unfolded over southern Ontario on the night of Friday, Nov. 18, triggering an international collaboration and a meteorite hunt.

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