Research Highlights

SFU coastal ecologist and team discover how shellfish and predators have been managed for millennia.

A place more void

A recently published book.

How can we use AI to save our resident killer whales?

SFU statistical ecologist is using AI technology to help save our resident killer whales.
SFU’s researchers develop an essential roadmap to drive down B.C. vehicle emissions.
SFU physical geographer unlocks the potential of Garry oak trees.
Pacific herring is a "cultural keystone" species for First Nations up and down the coast and is a foundation of coastal food webs.
Understanding and preparing for profound ecological, social, and cultural changes. Photo by Ilja Herb
New research on the sunflower sea star highlights the importance of monitoring our ecosystems over time. Photo by Mark Wunsch/Greencoast Media
What happens when a person who uses drugs is released on bail conditions that include a no-go zone such as the Downtown Eastside?
Geoff Mann discusses political and economic outcomes of exceeding the two-degree global warming threshold in a new book.
A trio from Archaeology conducted the first study to use ancient DNA to identify rockfish species in BC occurring over the past 2,500 years.
Valorie Crooks sheds light on "shadow workers" in the medical tourism industry.
Jeremy Venditti studies one of the largest North American landslides in the past 30 years.
Breaking down barriers to building ecological sustainability and social justice. Image by Anne Salomon
George Nicholas discusses how our ways of knowing and understanding have largely been based on ethnographic sources of information.