Introduction to the Canadian Aquatic Biomonitoring Network

On February 24, 2021, the Water Program hosted an online workshop to let forestry practitioners and all those interested in watershed health in the eastern slopes know about the Canadian Aquatic Biomonitoring Network, or CABIN.

With permission from the presenters, we are sharing presentation slides and videos from the event below.

Welcome to the Online Workshop

By Erin Humeny, fRI Research

What is CABIN?

By Emily McIvor, Environment and Climate Change Canada

A woman fishing in a stream

CABIN Model Development and Use in the Mountain National Parks

By Shelley Humphries, Parks Canada

Monitoring with the CABIN Wadeable Streams Protocol in the Oilsands Region of Alberta

By Allison Ritcey, Environment and Climate Change Canada & Justin Hanisch, Alberta Environment and Parks

2 people recording data by a river

Community-based Bio-monitoring on Alberta’s Eastern Slopes

By Sofie Forsstrom, Oldman Watershed Council


PDF iconCABIN Webinar agenda.pdf

PDF iconCABIN Online Workshop Flyer.pdf

FRIAA, West Fraser, and fRI Reserach logos on a stream picture