The Hakai Institute conducts long-term scientific research at remote locations on the coastal margin of British Columbia, Canada.
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Even after five decades, Doug Colton remembers the jellyfish off Calvert Island when he was a kid in the 1960s. While scientists still don’t fully understand what triggers jellyfish blooms, new technology is helping them find out.
Most bony fish lay eggs. Striped seaperch are not most fish. Come school with these kaleidoscopic creatures in this Hakai Wild.
Join our team of divers as they venture into the frigid waters of the North Pacific to film the cornucopia of life living under the sea.
During a low tide on the BC Central Coast, a scientist slowly draws seagrass through her fingers, one blade at a time. She’s looking for the telltale marks of disease.
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