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We love to hate the snakehead fish

A new study co-authored by Cathryn Clarke Murray and collaborators at SFU, University of Guelph and BC Ministry of Environment shows just how much data can be extracted from a single invasive fish. The Burnaby snakehead hunt made headlines in the summer of 2012 and is making news again as the results of this research […]

Satterfield et al 2013 JEM: Culture, Intangibles and Metrics in Environmental Management

Satterfield, T., R. Gregory, S. Klain, M. Roberts and K. M. Chan (2013). “Culture, intangibles and metrics in environmental management.” Journal of Environmental Management 117: 103-114. url pdf

Satz et al. 2013 Ambio: Challenges of Incorporating Cultural Ecosystem Services into Environmental Assessment

Satz, D., R. K. Gould, K. M. A. Chan, et al. (2013). “The challenges of incorporating cultural ecosystem services into environmental assessment.” Ambio 42(6): 675-684. url

Raymond et al. 2013 BioScience: Ecosystem Services and Beyond, Multiple Metaphors …

Raymond, C. M., G. Singh, K. Benessaiah, et al. (2013). “Ecosystem services and beyond: Using multiple metaphors to understand human–environment relationships.” BioScience 63(7): 536-546. url

Russell et al. 2013 ARER: Humans and Nature, how knowing and experience nature affect well-being

Russell, R., A. D. Guerry, P. Balvanera, R. K. Gould, X. Basurto, K. M. A. Chan, S. Klain, J. Levine and J. Tam (2013). “Humans and nature: How knowing and experiencing nature affect well-being.” Annual Review of Environment and Resources 38(1): 473-502. url

Singh et al. 2013 in PLoS ONE: Sea otters homogenize mussel beds

Singh, G. G., R. W. Markel, R. G. Martone, A. K. Salomon, C. D. G. Harley and K. M. A. Chan (2013). “Sea otters may homogenize mussel-beds and reduce habitat provisioning in a rocky intertidal ecosystem.” PLoS ONE 8(5): e65435. url

Article and follow-up blog post published in the Chronicle for Higher Education

Paul authored the article ‘Who is Conservation For?‘ in the Chronicle of Higher Education, addressing this ongoing discussion in the conservation world. Read the article here, and view Paul’s follow-up blog post here.

Kai to speak on IPBES panel in DC

On November 14th Kai will be speaking on a panel coordinated by United Nations Environment Program and the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and hosted by the French Embassy in Washington DC.