You are what you eat. Without healthy food webs, salmon will not get the nutrition they need.

The Distell fat meter is a handheld device with a sensor that, when pressed against a salmon, measures microwave reflectance and uses the relationship between water and lipid content to determine lipid content of the muscle below.

Experimental study with the Vancouver aquarium provides fresh insights into jellyfish feeding biology

Knowledge integration across salmon life histories

Areas of Britich Columbia’s coastal ocean that are next-door neighbours look very different under the surface and may experience environmental stressors differently

In this webinar, we brought together leading experts in climatology, oceanography, aquatic ecology, and fisheries from UBC’s Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries to share their knowledge about heatwaves and their impacts on biodiversity and dependent human communities.

An open-access database to make available salmon diet information

Most scientific research has focused on one species of sea louse—failing to account for the other, far more common, species.

Pelagic Ecosystem Lab members Jacob Lerner and Natalie Mahara participate on the 2020 winter survey in the Gulf of Alaska. the second International Year of the Salmon research expedition to study the winter ecology of Pacific salmon