From Sea to Sky: Assessing cumulative effects across Pacific Northwest ecosystems

The Society for Northwestern Vertebrate Biology is holding their annual meeting, and it is being organized by Darcy Pickard (ESSA), the Northern Vice President of the SNVB.   The meeting will be held Executive Suites and Resort in Squamish, BC.

Registration to the annual meeting is now open, see more details here.  If you have any questions […]

March 5th, 2013|ESSA News

Plenary talk on cumulative effects by ESSA’s Lorne Greig at the SNVB meeting

March 5th, 2013|ESSA News

Workshops on R and QGIS hosted by ESSA staff at SNVB annual meeting

March 5th, 2013|ESSA News

ESSA welcomes new staff!

ESSA is pleased to welcome three new additions to our growing staff!

Last fall we were joined by Erica Olson, a Systems Ecologist in our Vancouver office.  Erica has a considerable range of experience, primarily in marine ecosystems and is already involved with a range of projects, topics and clients.  Erica holds a B.Sc. in […]

March 5th, 2013|ESSA News

Happy Holidays from ESSA!

Best of the Holiday season to our excellent clients, associates, friends and colleagues!

In case you missed it, on Friday December 7th 2012, some of ESSA’s future generation were treated to a pleasant visit with Santa. Despite first appearances, a jolly evening was had by all.

December 11th, 2012|ESSA News

ESSA hosts webinar – Mainstreaming Climate Change Adaptation in Canadian Water Resource Management

On Tuesday, November 20, 2012, ESSA hosted a free webinar “Mainstreaming Climate Change Adaptation in Canadian Water Resource Management” with the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), the Canadian Water Resource Association (CWRA), and the Canadian Climate Forum (CCF).

Over the last year, the CWRA, CCF and TRCA have been working in collaboration with governments, watershed […]

November 20th, 2012|ESSA News

River Bathymetry Toolkit (RBT) Version 3.2.8 Released

Version 3.2.8 of the River Bathymetry Toolkit is now available for download. The RBT supports ArcGIS 10 and includes updates to existing tools, as well as the addition of several new tools and methods.

July 16th, 2012|ESSA News

VPEG Study Tour to Canada

June 14th, 2012|ESSA News

ESSA studying the impacts of climate change on indigenous peoples

ESSA has recently been awarded a contract with the World Bank to assess the impacts of climate change on indigenous peoples in the Asia-Pacific Region. Together with our partners the International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD) and the Foundation of the Peoples for the South Pacific International (FSPI), ESSA is working with indigenous […]

May 15th, 2012|ESSA News

ESSA shares in the 2012 Murray A. Newman award

The Okanagan Basin Technical Working Group (OBTWG) received the 2012 Murray A. Newman award for aquatic conservation, for the group’s efforts on the development and use of the Okanagan Fish Water Management Tool.

April 20th, 2012|ESSA News