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Science Communication

Science communication shouldn't end with the publication of an academic article, which are often inaccessible due to paywalls and in terms of assumed knowledge of context and jargon. Science is for everyone, and part of a scientist's duty is to try our best to bridge the gaps between knowledge, understanding and action.

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Sasaki, C. Inspired by her First Nations heritage and love of nature, Jaime Grimm researches salmon conservation. A & S News. November 30, 2022

Ray, J.C., A. Olive & J. Grimm. When it comes to addressing the biodiversity crisis, Canada's environmental laws fall short. The Narwhal. July 19, 2021

Ray, J.C., A. Olive & J. Grimm. Environmental laws in Canada fall short of addressing the ongoing biodiversity crisis. The Conversation. June 24, 2021

Grimm, J. 2020-2021. Organizer and facilitator of the Key Biodiversity Areas Canada Webinar Series, Online. Recordings of all webinars can be found here.

Grimm, J. Identifying Key Biodiversity Areas in Canada. YouTube. April 16, 2021

Grimm, J.  Recognizing Biodiversity Strongholds: Key Biodiversity Areas in OntarioBiodiversity Education & Awareness Network Blog. March 31, 2021

Grimm, J., M. Leung & C. Raudsepp-Hearne. 2020. Key Biodiversity Areas Canada Webinar Series, Online. Talk: Getting into the details: how to identify Key Biodiversity Areas, and a look into an ongoing regional KBA initiative in Yukon.

Grimm, J. Taking different paths: How WCS Canada scientists have adapted to the challenge of COVID-19. WCS Canada Muddy Boots Blog. August 24, 2020

Grimm, J., M. Scrafford, B. Cundiff, & F.M. Southee. Tracking a wilderness icon. WCS Canada Story Map. June 17, 2020

Grimm, J., & C. Raudsepp-Hearne. Key Biodiversity Areas. Biodiversity Education & Awareness Network Blog. June 5, 2020

Grimm, J. Working in the wild world of biodiversity conservation. WCS Canada Muddy Boots Blog. January 9, 2020

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