Ecosystems

Resources

Shayla Brown at work in shipyard

Shayla Brown

Education Pathway
Job Title
Environmental Coordinator
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Shayla Brown

 Jeremy McNeil, docteur en entomologie

Dr. Jeremy McNeil

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Job Title
Professor
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Dr. Jeremy McNeil

Aerial view of a wetland

Introduction to Freshwater Wetlands

Learn about the geology, chemistry and ecology of freshwater wetlands.
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Introduction to Freshwater Wetlands

Edith Tobe à un site restauré

Edith Tobe

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Job Title
Executive Director
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Edith Tobe

Hollee Heal sur un site de travail

Hollee Heal

Education Pathway
Job Title
Health, Safety, Environmental Coordinator
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Hollee Heal

Melony Catana

Melony Catana

Education Pathway
Job Title
Environmental Technologist & CEO
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Melony Catana

Julie Koloff au travail à l'extérieur

Julie Koloff

Education Pathway
Job Title
Wetland Specialist
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Julie Koloff

Monument Valley, Arizona

Desert Biome

Learn about the location, plants, animals, human impacts and conservation of the desert biome.
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Desert Biome

African savanna

Savanna Biome

Learn about the location, plants, animals, human impacts and conservation of the savanna biome.
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Savanna Biome

Dense tropical rainforest

Tropical Rainforest Biome

Learn about the location, plants, animals, human impacts and conservation of tropical rainforest biome.
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Tropical Rainforest Biome

Wild elk in boreal forest, Banff National Park

Boreal Forest/Taiga Biome

Learn about the location, plants, animals, human impacts and conservation of the boreal forest/Taiga biome and meet Anne-Claude Pépin who is a fire management technician.
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Boreal Forest/Taiga Biome

Carly Silver | Écologiste associée

Carly Silver

Education Pathway
Job Title
Associate Ecologist
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Carly Silver

A beaver looks up from the water. Image © Jillian Cooper, iStockPhoto.com

Canadian Invaders!

Beavers are a Canadian symbol. But in South America, they’re considered an invasive species.
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Canadian Invaders!