Wildlife S&T Publications
- Peer-reviewed Work
- Biological Test Method Series
- Ecological Monitoring Protocols
- Assessments and Reports
- Tools and Resources
- Wildlife and Landscape Science News
Wildlife and landscape researchers contribute to many areas of scientific study and are recognized as experts, often at continental or global levels, in their respective fields. Their contributions to science have led to recognition of Environment Canada as a top national and international producer of environmental knowledge.
(Citations are updated quarterly in March, June, September and December.)
Biological Test Method Series
Method development experts work with staff from regional, provincial, and private-sector laboratories to develop, validate and standardize toxicology test methods required for Environment Canada programs. Since 1990, 21 standardized toxicity test methods and six supporting guidance documents have been published and distributed to a national and international audience. Most of the published methods focus on the testing of:
- industrial effluents
- surface waters (freshwater and marine)
- sediments (freshwater and marine)
Ecological Monitoring Protocols
Working with its partners - formerly under the Ecological Monitoring and Assessment Network- Environment Canada endorses standard protocols and develops them in areas where either consolidation is required, or no work has been done. The development of protocols is done through consultation with scientists, researchers and experts.
Monitoring protocols allow for standardization in study design, sampling procedures, sample and data analysis, and reporting methods. This ensures that information gathered in Canada is useful for issues analysis and ecological understanding at the local, national and international scale.
Assessments and Reports
Learn about key wildlife and landscape science assessments supported or coordinated by Environment Canada.
Tools and Resources
Find tools and resources related to wildlife and landscape science at Environment Canada. Examples include establishing a plot based ecological monitoring program, study design, data analysis, data management and communicating results to key target audiences
Wildlife and Landscape Science News
This e-news is a quarterly update for scientists, practitioners, managers, policy makers and others working to understand, conserve and manage Canada’s wildlife and habitats.
Read articles originally published in EnviroZine, Environment Canada's on-line newsmagazine featuring news, activities and actions taken by Canadians to help improve our environment.
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