Category Archives: Volume 1 Issue 1

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Sustaining Home is the companion eBook for Striking Balance— an 8x50 minute documentary series that goes coast to coast — combining aerial, motion capture time-lapse, and nature photography to create a stunning picture of Canada’s biosphere reserves. Sustaining Home delves even deeper into our biosphere reserves - getting at the heart of what biosphere reserves…
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Land Crab Management in Hoi An Biosphere Reserve – Thao et al.

Land Crab management for conservation and tourism development in UNESCO Cu Lao Cham – Hoi An Biosphere Reserve, Vietnam. Thao Ngoc Le Management Board of Cu Lao Cham – Hoi An Biosphere Reserve, Vietnam. Bieke Abelshausen Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium. Tri Hoang Nguyen Hanoi National University of Education, President and Secretary General – Vietnam MAB…
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Citizen Science in the Bras d’Or Lake Biosphere – Hatcher

Looking inward, Looking outward: Citizen science in the Bras d’Or Lake Biosphere Dr. Annamarie Hatcher Unama’ki College, Cape Breton University, P.O. Box 5300, 1250 Grand Lake Road, Sydney, N.S., Canada, B1P 6L2 Email: Annamarie_hatcher@cbu.ca Abstract Bras d’Or Watch: Developing the tools to allow us to see and hear what Mother Earth is showing and telling…
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UNESCO Biosphere Reserve Management Evaluation – Matar & Anthony

UNESCO Biosphere Reserve management evaluation: where do we stand and what’s next? Diane A. Matar, PhD Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy, Central European University, Nádor u.9, 1051 Budapest. Current address: Menlo Park, CA 94025. Corresponding Author Email: matar.adiane@gmail.com. Brandon P. Anthony, PhD, Associate Professor Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy, Central European University, Nádor…
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Acoustic Ecology in UNESCO Biosphere Reserves – Barclay & Gifford

Acoustic Ecology in UNESCO Biosphere Reserves Leah Barclay, PhD Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre, Griffith University, Australia Toby Gifford, PhD Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre, Griffith University, Australia   Abstract Acoustic ecology is a dynamic interdisciplinary field that studies the social, cultural, and ecological aspects of our environment through sound. In the context of UNESCO biosphere reserves…
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Bioregions vs. Biosphere Reserves – Alexander

Bioregions vs. Biosphere Reserves: Which Is a Better Vehicle for Sustainability? Don Alexander, PhD, MCIP, RPP Professor, Geography Department/ Master of Community Planning Program Vancouver Island University, 900 Fifth Street, Nanaimo, BC V59 5S5 Canada Email: Don.Alexander@viu.ca Abstract In the past fifty years, various concepts have emerged that have the potential to assist societies in…
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Remediating Endangered Lamprey Habitat in British Columbia – Wade & MacConnachie

Shared Values, Shared Success: Remediating Endangered Lamprey Habitat in British Columbia Joy Wade Fundy Aqua Services Inc. 1859 Delanice Way, Nanoose Bay, British Columbia, V9P 9B3 Email: joywadefundyaqua@gmail.com Sean MacConnachie Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Pacific Biological Station Abstract Stream remediation was undertaken at two impassable fish obstacles in Morrison Creek in Courtenay, British…
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ID of Range Extent of the Morrison Creek Lamprey in Canada – MacConnachie, Wade, & Waters

Identification of Range Extent of the Morrison Creek Lamprey (Lampetra richardsoni var. marifuga) in Canada Sean MacConnachie Fisheries and Oceans Canada, 3190 Hammond Bay Rd., Nanaimo, BC, V9T 9B3 Email: Sean.MacConnachie@dfo-mpo.gc.ca Joy Wade Fundy Aqua Services Inc., 1859 Delanice Way, Nanoose Bay, BC, V9P 9B3 Email: Joywadefundyaqua@gmail.com Mike Waters Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Suite 1530-401…
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