Tag: traditional knowledge

A diver conducting abalone surveys

Science update: CCIRA’s published papers

CCIRA conducts science that matters to our people. All our research is guided by the objectives of our Nations’ marine use plans. And we’ve been busy! Here is a list of the papers we have published in top journals over the last two years. You can find links to these papers on our Reports page.

Measuring size of Dungeness crabs as part of CCIRA's crab research

Science and traditional knowledge synergy

Guided by the objectives of our Nations’ marine use plans, CCIRA scientists and their collaborators have been hard at work doing research that couples our traditional and local knowledge with modern scientific techniques to tackle questions about marine resources that matter to our people.

Two yelloweye rockfish and one lingcod in a box

Rockfish and Lingcod Research

Using a combination of traditional knowledge and science we are compiling the most comprehensive dataset to date for central coast rockfish.

a live eulachon being held by a person

Saving Eulachon

It is hard to overstate the importance of eulachon to Central Coast First Nations. For millennia our people have worked together each spring to harvest this critical resource, whose grease has sustained us nutritionally and has been a valuable trade commodity and medicine.

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