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Entries for July 2020

Prioritizing multiple land uses and Indigenous values for conservation

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Prioritizing multiple land uses and Indigenous values for conservation
(July 31, 2020)   -    A recording of Chrystal Mantyka-Pringle's presentation on Prioritizing multiple land uses and Indigenous values for conservation at the North American Congress for Conservation Biology 2020.

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Freshwater conservation planning in an intact boreal landscape

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Freshwater conservation planning in an intact boreal landscape
(July 21, 2020)   -   A recording of Meg Southee's presentation on identifying priority watersheds for the conservation of freshwater fish in Ontario for the ESRI User Conference 2020.

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Northern fish are tough, but climate change is causing some to dwindle

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Northern fish are tough, but climate change is causing some to dwindle
(July 06, 2020)   -   Northern stream fish come from a long line of hardy adapters. But the survival tools these fish have used for millennia — exceptional tolerance to cold, slow growth rates and long lifespans — could be a disadvantage as environmental conditions in the north warm and more fast-paced species move in.

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