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My first first-author publication is now out in Biological Conservation 🥂🎉 This collaborative effort between researchers and practitioners is just one small contribution to reversing the global decline of freshwater biodiversity. Access it here: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0006320722000866?dgcid=author

After many years of work our paper highlighting “bright spots” in the context of hydropower and inland fish is now out and Open Access!
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We synthesize fishy best practices for hydropower siting, design, construction, operation and compensation…

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2772735122000051

[email protected]__jreid presenting on The Toolbox for the Biodiversity Crisis, emphasizing it takes a village of co-authors to tackle such a “wicked” environmental problem #CCFFRSCL2022

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Wave Two Announced: DFO's Fish and Fish Habitat Protection Program is ready to undertake the next round of engagement.

Fisheries and Oceans Canada is seeking input on their process to modernize and/or develop new policies, frameworks, instruments, and guidance to continue implementing the Fish and Fish Habitat Protection Provisions of the Fisheries Act. Register at talkfishhabitat.ca to receive their latest updates.

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