Learn about how Bunchberry Meadows came to be a place for nature exploration.
Par Isaac Blaise DjokoCet été, je me suis envolé vers le parc national de Campo-Ma’an sur la façade atlantique au Sud-Ouest du Cameroun en Afrique Centrale pour la première phase de collecte des données de ma thèse de Doctorat sur les ‘’Conflits Humains Faune Sauvage autour du Parc National de Campo-Ma’an’’, supervisé par Dr Robert Weladji du laboratoire d’écologie et conservation à l’Université Concordia. J’étais accompagné sur le terrain par Valérie Michel, technicienne vétérinaire du Zoo…
In honour of International Women’s Day (March 8), over the course of the month we have been celebrating three young women working for the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s (NCC’s) Ontario Region. This week we will conclude our series with Megan Quinn, acting coordinator of conservation biology for eastern Ontario.
Around mid-January, a call came out for volunteers to participate in a wolf survey on NCC’s Kenauk property, which is less than an hour away from my house. This was the first CV event that I participated in, and I was very excited, to say the least.
There’s a picture of water I think about a lot. It’s a picture of a burning river.
Difficulty rating: beginer-friendly(I just realized that calling the more approachable tutorials ‘easy’ is perhaps not the most sympathetic way to put it. But I think this one is fairly approachable.)If you’re new to Python, plotting is a great way to get used to data structures, and even syntax, because you get immediate visual feedback. Plots are just fun.Data loadingThe first thing is to load the data, which is contained in a Google Sheets spreadsheet. If…
In the global effort to fight climate change, forests, wetlands and grasslands are more and more being recognized for their important role in absorbing greenhouse gas emissions (i.e., carbon dioxide) and storing carbon over the long term. Conserving these “carbon sinks” provides a natural climate solution by absorbing the emissions that are causing climate change.
We are excited to welcome Hanna Bensch, a PhD candidate at Linnaeus University Kalmar, Sweden, to the blog today. For more about Hanna, see the end of this post. The summer of 2012 was the first of six summers I spent with a butterfly net and boots, catching damselflies. I had just finished my first year of bachelor studies in biology and had limited experience with field work. To be honest, I think the main…
An ode to WS Merwin, who passed away last week.
Museum conservation summer student Raene Poisson recounts how her finding just the right adhesive could make a long-lasting impression. Continue reading →