Biodiversity Freshwater

Developing a national level evidence-based toolbox for addressing freshwater biodiversity threats

Reid, Jessica L.; Bergman, Jordanna N.; Kadykalo, Andrew N.; Taylor, Jessica J.; Twardek, William M.; Rytwinski, Trina; Chhor, Auston D.; Frempong-Manso, Acacia; Martel, André L.; Lapointe, Nicolas W.R.; Bennett, Joseph R.; Nguyen, Vivian M.; Reid, Andrea J.; Marty, Jérôme; Robinson, Stacey A.; Drake, D. Andrew R.; Winegardner, Amanda K.; Gregory-Eaves, Irene; Taylor, Mark K.; Smol, John P.; Creed, Irena F.; O'Connor, Constance M.; Cooke, Steven J.


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Reid, Jessica L.; Bergman, Jordanna N.; Kadykalo, Andrew N.; Taylor, Jessica J.; Twardek, William M.; Rytwinski, Trina; Chhor, Auston D.; Frempong-Manso, Acacia; Martel, André L.; Lapointe, Nicolas W.R.; Bennett, Joseph R.; Nguyen, Vivian M.; Reid, Andrea J.; Marty, Jérôme; Robinson, Stacey A.; Drake, D. Andrew R.; Winegardner, Amanda K.; Gregory-Eaves, Irene; Taylor, Mark K.; Smol, John P.; Creed, Irena F.; O'Connor, Constance M.; Cooke, Steven J. (2022). Developing a national level evidence-based toolbox for addressing freshwater biodiversity threats. Biological Conservation. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2022.109533

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Emeritus Scientist

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Constance O'Connor

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Hilary Cooke

Co-Director, Northern Boreal Mountains Program

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