Animal counting toolkit: a practical guide to small-boat surveys for estimating abundance of coastal marine mammals
Read Rowenna Gryba's article in the Endangered Species Research Journal.
Eye in the sky: The 100-metre tall archaeologist with x-ray vision
Head into the field and learn how Stantec is using archaeology, remote sensing, and drones to see below the surface from the sky
No evidence of publication bias in climate change science
Read Tim Edgell's article in the Climatic Change Journal.
Disrupting species identification: eDNA and a new way to identify organisms in the field
How Mary Murdoch is using DNA barcoding and environmental DNA to change the way scientists identify organisms
The quest for knowledge: How Stantec research empowers our people to better serve clients
Part 10 of our 10-part R&D Fund 10th Anniversary Series shines a light on Dr. Rosamund Hyde and our Research and Innovation Services.
Watershed characteristics shape the landscape genetics of brook stickleback (Culaea inconstans) in shallow prairie lakes
Read Cory Kramer's article in the Ecology and Evolution Journal.
Turning the tide: Helping shoreline communities create ecologically balanced seawalls
Part eight of our 10-part Stantec R&D Fund 10th Anniversary Series dives deep into the world of guidelines for shoreline restoration.
Geomatics takes flight in Unmanned Aerial Systems
Answering questions about Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) use in geomatics
Splitting hairs: The intersection of lasers, bears, and environmental management
Part one of our Stantec R&D Fund 10th Anniversary Series takes us into the belly fur of the beast
An archaeologist’s typical week: From Bison butchery to nautical disasters
From digging up former bison farms to searching for sunken ships, Stantec’s archaeologists never have a dull day.