Wildlife centre signs pact

Oct 16, 2003, vol. 28, no. 4



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SFU's centre for wildlife ecology recently celebrated its tenth anniversary with a public workshop and the announcement of a new five-year agreement with Environment Canada worth $1 million towards the centre's operations.

Established in 1993 with support from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council , Environment Canada and SFU, the centre has since attracted more than $12.5 million in funding from public, private and industry sources.

With three faculty, five adjunct faculty, three research scientists, two staff and 25 graduate students, the centre is the university's largest.

Research activities at the centre focus on major conservation issues.

Projects range from the western sandpiper research network, which involves many researchers spread across the western hemisphere, to collaborations with Haida Fisheries in the Queen Charlottes.

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