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Letters – Reply to Dr. Foster RE: sea la

Letters – Reply to Dr. Foster RE: sea lampreys

Re: “Rethinking sea lamprey control” (Earth Watch, Spring 2016) In the Spring 2016 issue, Dr. Foster reviewed tradeoffs between maintaining suppression (control) of sea lamprey in the Great Lakes and alleviating its impacts on non-target organisms, suggesting the time had come to consider allowing sea lamprey to “reach a point of natural equilibrium.”  Dr. Foster’s […]

Seasons Summer 2003 Table of Contents

Seasons Summer 2003 Table of Contents

Masthead DEPARTMENTS 5 |  View From Locke House SAYING GOODBYE After five and a half years, it’s time for a new view By Nancy Clark 7 |  Letters The cormorant debate continues 8 | Earthwatch On the trail of the elusive eastern cougar; profiling bad fish; invasive earthworms; boreal birds species in decline 15 | […]

Spring 2012

Spring 2012

Nature lovers enjoy an early spring every year By Caroline Schultz https://view.publitas.com/on-nature/spring_2012/page/6-7 Conservation groups fight back against mining in old-growth forest; more than 11,000 people sign petition to ban the hunt of snapping turtles; First Nations demand opportunity for meaningful participation in Ring of Fire environmental assessments; citizen scientists help Ontario Nature’s atlas project. Ontario […]

ON Nature Summer 2010

ON Nature Summer 2010

DEPARTMENTS 5 | This IssueA cost-benefit analysis of biodiversity.By Caroline Schultz 8 | Earth WatchOntario Nature’s Biodiversity Watch List; state of the Greenbelt; more reasons to go outside; biodiversity hot spots; raising a stink in farm country; the vine that ate the South. 40 | Bird WatchWhip-poor-will: Researchers are turning to new survey methods to […]

ON Nature Summer 2009

ON Nature Summer 2009

DEPARTMENTS 5 |  This issue Natural Connections Our new program takes children outside. By Caroline Schultz 8 | Earth Watch Bat populations plummet as white nose syndrome spreads; scientists discover weird and wonderful ecosystems at the bottom of Lake Huron; the Greenbelt may be bigger. 40 | Bird Watch King Rail – Tucked into the […]

ON Nature Summer 2004

ON Nature Summer 2004

DEPARTMENTS 5 |  This issue Who You Are Our members tell us what they think. By Victoria Foote 8 | Earth Watch Why some exotic plants thrive; curbing urban sprawl; is bottled water really cleaner than tap water? 15 | Profile The Domino Effect: Professor Yan and the spiny water flea that changed an entire […]

Seasons Summer 2003

Seasons Summer 2003

DEPARTMENTS 5 | View from Locke House Saying Goodbye: After five and a half years, it’s time for a new view. By Nancy Clark 8 | Earth Watch Reporting on the OLL; the decline of the goblin fern; species-at-risk list grows; alarming decrease in the number of boreal bird species; profiling bad fish; on the […]