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Assessing the current and future risk of ballast-sourced species invasions in Canada’s eastern Arctic under a climate change scenario. [graduate project].
The use of ballast water is an important and globally accepted method for maintaining vessel stability, as well as a major pathway for nonindigenous species (NIS) introduction. Canada has responded to this threat in the ...
A Comparison of Eight Country Plans for the Invasive Indo-Pacific Lionfish in the Wider Caribbean [graduate project].
The coastal Caribbean region is generally characterized by the following ecosystems: coral reefs, mangroves and seagrasses, also including other environments, such as sandy beaches and rocky shores. These tropical ecosystems ...
Examining community adaptation readiness to climate change in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region, Northwest Territories [graduate project].
The current rate of anthropogenic driven climate change is unprecedented and threatening the social, cultural and ecological characteristics of many Arctic communities. The Government of the Northwest Territories, Inuit ...
Improving resources to assess climate change coastal vulnerability: a pre-assessment criteria of the socio-economic values of working waterfront infrastructures in Nova Scotia
The scientific community has stated that coastal zones will be among the zones that would suffer major negative consequences in terms of climate change effects. Nova Scotia, as a coastal province, is not absolved of such ...