Freshwater fish

Turbidity reduces hatching success in threatened spotted gar (Lepisosteus oculatus)

Gray, S. M.;Chapman, L. J.;Mandrak, N. E.


Recommended citation

Gray, S. M.;Chapman, L. J.;Mandrak, N. E. (2012). Turbidity reduces hatching success in threatened spotted gar (Lepisosteus oculatus). Environmental Biology of Fishes. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10641-012-9999-z

Justina Ray

Justina Ray

President & Senior Scientist

Success stories

Success stories

WCS Canada uses science to build the case for what needs to be done to help wildlife survive in a rapidly changing world.  

Studying the Elusive Wolverine, a Threatened Species in Northern Ontario

Studying the Elusive Wolverine, a Threatened Species in Northern Ontario

Wolverines (Gulo gulo) can be a challenging species to study in the wild.
Matthew Scrafford

At-risk bats in race against speedway for existence

At-risk bats in race against speedway for existence

The Rosebud River valley is a sensitive riparian habitat for bats that will be affected by a proposed motorsport track.
Susan Holroyd, Cory Olson