The Beaty Biodiversity Museum and the Biodiversity Research Centre regret to announce that food service at the Niche Café is no longer available.
The Beaty Biodiversity Museum is proud to announce that our own Digital Media Specialist Derek Tan is one of this year’s recipients for the President’s Service Award.
The small group of participants explored the Port McNeil area, on northern Vancouver Island, from May 29 – June 1, 2016.
The class had set up a wonderful set of displays in their library describing and celebrating various aspects of biodiversity.
What has been the impact of the museum’s mission to enhance the understanding of biodiversity through collections-based research, teaching, and public outreach?
This spring, I was looking to find some new ways to get involved with the UBC community. I knew spending a couple months working in the collections would be the perfect complement to my biology degree.
“100 years, 100 Treasures” celebrates the heart of the museum’s collection, the history that brought it together, and the community that makes it all happen.
The Warm Blob affected the entire food chain, from phytoplankton to marine mammals, but its short-term or long-term effects on fish distributions are unknown.
British Columbia is home to a spectacular array of wildlife. Pacific salmon, our provincial fishes, are one well known example, but all is not well with some populations.