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Are You Ready for a Midnight Snorkel?

The 2009 season for the Fish and Watershed Program brought a relatively unused fish enumeration technique into Alberta. Arctic Grayling (Thymallus arcticus) is listed in Alberta as a sensitive species, which has many implications for industry and recreation alike.

2008/2009 Annual Report

The 2008/2009 Foothills Research Institute Annual Report is almost complete and ready to be distributed. Check out the October eNotes for a link to download the report.

IMFN Global Forum Proceedings

Foothills Research Institute co-hosted the 2008 International Model Forest Network Global Forum along with the Canadian Model Forest Network and the International Model Forest Network (IMFN)Secretariat. More than 150 delegates from 31 countries and various organizations attended the event.

The first FRI-day Brown Bag Lunch

Foothills Research Institute presents FRI-days. Bring your lunch and join us to learn about how FRI is using GIS to 1) study Grizzly Bears and 2) GIS Day to introduce students to spatial technologies and critical thinking.

GIS Regional Online Landscape Decision Support Sys...

GeoConnections is a national program initiative led by Natural Resources Canada. They are collaborating with organizations across the country, including Foothills Research Institute, to expand and enhance the Canadian Geospatial Data Infrastructure (CGDI).

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