Projects

Potential Impacts of American Bullfrogs (Rana catesbeiana) on Drinking Water Quality

The American bullfrog, Rana catesbeiana, was introduced into western North America in the early 1900’s as a business enterprise to supply a culinary demand for frog’s legs. Unfortunately, bullfrogs escaped or were released from these farms, and by the 1970s

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Fraser Valley Livestock Movement Project

The Centre for Coastal Health, on behalf of British Columbia’s Ministry of Agriculture and Lands, set out to understand livestock movements into and out of the Fraser Valley that occurred between January 1 and December 31, 2010, using existing and

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Early Warning Rapid Alert Systems for Food Safety

The CCH was contracted by the EMPRES Food Safety and Products Unit (AGDF) of the FAO to identify, evaluate, and summarize information on existing early warning and rapid alert (EWRA) systems applicable to food safety, and then use this information

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Promoting rural income from sustainable aquaculture through social learning in Sri Lanka

Our work in Sri Lanka began when Dr. Craig Stephen was approached to consult with local experts to investigate causes of ongoing shrimp disease outbreaks that were having profound negative impacts on coastal communities. Through initial communication with Sri Lankan

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