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Infaunal engineer established in the Northeast Pacific

Mach, M.E., C.D. Levings, P.S. McDonald, and K.M.A. Chan (2011) An Atlantic infaunal engineer is established in the Northeast Pacific: Clymenella troquata (polychaeta: maldanidae) on the British Columbia and Washington Coasts. Biological Invasions.

Snail Behaviour in Response to Danger Cues

Mach M.E. and P.E. Bourdeau (2011) To flee or not to flee? Risk assessment by a marine snail in multiple cue environments. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology.

Ecosystem Services in Planning

Chan, K. M. A., L. Hoshizaki and B. Klinkenberg (2011) “Ecosystem Services in Conservation Planning: Targeted Benefits or Co-benefits/Costs?” PLoS ONE 6(9): e24378.

Ethical Extensionism under Uncertainty of Sentience: Duties to Non-Human Organisms without Drawing a Line

Chan, K. M. A. (2011). “Ethical extensionism under uncertainty of sentience: Duties to non-human organisms without drawing a line.” Environmental Values 20: 323-346. pdf

Review in Faculty of 1000

Klain S, Chan K: “Newton raises important cautionary advice on how people have a tendency to manipulate any measure that is formally recognized as an indicator” Evaluation of: [Newton AC. Implications of Goodhart’s Law for monitoring global biodiversity loss. Cons Lett. 2011; 4:264-268]. Faculty of 1000, 11 Aug 2011.

Science Engagement Pub

Sisk, T.D., G. Singh, J. Tam, K.M.A. Chan, S. Klain, M. Mach, and R. Martone. 2011. Barriers and Incentives to Engagement in Public Policy and Science-based Advocacy. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 92:276–280.


Ed and Kai have letters published in the Vancouver Sun about the federal government pulling out of the PNCIMA marine planning process.

Kai Awarded Fulbright

Kai was awarded the Fulbright Canada Visiting Research Chair at the University of California – Santa Barbara for 2011-2, hosted by Steve Gaines and Ben Halpern (url)

Kai on Sabbatical at SFU

Kai began his sabbatical visit as Hakai Scholar at SFU with Anne Salomon, the Hakai Network, and the School for Resource & Environmental Management.

Caitlin Awarded NSERC URA

Caitlin Millar was awarded an NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Award for “Modeling wild living resources under multiple stressors”