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Brook Trout on the Decline: What Can We Do? (12/1/2017) - Brook Trout are the only remaining native Salmonid fish species naturally occurring in Toronto and region tributaries. Monitoring data from TRCA’s long-term Regional Watershed Monitoring Program show that the occurrence of Brook ...
Keeping Tabs on Local Flora and Fauna (11/29/2017) - 2017 marks the second year that Toronto and Region Conservation’s Environmental Monitoring and Data Management team has published its Annual Local Occurrence Score and Local Rank Update report. This report details ...
roadside ecology monitoring contributes to the Indicator Species Score A Benchmark for Biodiversity Quality: The Indicator Species Score (11/16/2017) - A new article in the journal Ecological Indicators highlights the Indicator Species Score (ISS), a new metric for tracking biodiversity quality. Biodiversity quality is high if a large number of ...
New TRCA research vessel docked at a marina Floating Our Boat: The Making of TRCA’s New Research Vessel (11/3/2017) - In October, Toronto and Region Conservation christened its new research vessel, the R.V. Ken Higgs, manufactured in St. Thomas, Ontario by local shipbuilder Kanter Marine. For the last 35 years, ...
TRCA field staffer conducts surface water quality monitoring How TRCA Tracks Surface Water Quality Trends (11/2/2017) - Since 2002, Toronto and Region Conservation’s (TRCA) Regional Watershed Monitoring Program has been collecting monthly water quality samples in many tributaries throughout its jurisdiction, including a number of sites in ...


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