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Dr. William Cheung

Associate Professor

UBC

Direct Phone: (604) ***-****       

UBC

2366 Main Mall (New Lab Extension)

Vancouver, British Columbia V6T 1Z4

Canada

Company Description

The University of British Columbia, established in 1908, educates a student population of 50,000 on major campuses in two cities and holds an international reputation for excellence in advanced research and learning. The largest is 30 minutes from the he ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Associate Professor
Biomedical Research Centre

Associate Professor
The Nereus Program

Researcher
University of East Anglia

Affiliations

Members
Fisheries Economics Research Unit

Education

BSc
Biology and M.Phil.
University of Hong Kong

M.Phil. degree

Department of Ecology

Ph.D.

UBC Fisheries Centre

Ph.D.
Resource Management and Environmental Studies
Fisheries Centre

Ph.D.
Resource Management and Environmental Studies
UBC

PhD

The University of British Columbia

PhD

University of British Columbia

Vicky Lam

master degree

Web References (192 Total References)


Left to right: Yohei Sasakawa (Chairman, ...

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Left to right: Yohei Sasakawa (Chairman, The Nippon Foundation), Professor Jorge Sarmiento (Princeton University), Professor Daniel Pauly (University of British Columbia), Associate Professor William Cheung (Nereus Program Co-director) and Dr. Yoshitaka Ota (Nereus Program Co-director)

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Left to right: Yohei Sasakawa (Chairman, The Nippon Foundation), Professor Jorge Sarmiento (Princeton University), Professor Daniel Pauly (University of British Columbia), Associate Professor William Cheung (Nereus Program Co-director) and Dr. Yoshitaka Ota (Nereus Program Co-director)
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UBC Professor William Cheung and UBC Research Associate Yoshitaka Ota co-direct the Nereus program and co-authored the report with colleagues in the Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries and other partner institutes.
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Cheung says complex problems like climate change, over-fishing and pollution require a multidisciplinary, international approach.
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But Cheung says that there is still much work to be done to mitigate the damage. Even if we drastically reduce greenhouse gas emissions, ocean warming can't be reversed overnight. "If we can solve problems like over-fishing and pollution, we can create marine ecosystems that are more resilient to climate change," he notes.


"We are already seeing (fish) species ...

www.yorkregion.com [cached]

"We are already seeing (fish) species shifting their distributions," said William Cheung of the University of British Columbia. "Warmer water species from the south are appearing in the north area and some of the (northern) species are suffering because the ocean becomes too hot for them."

Look for overall catches off the Pacific coast to decline between four and 11 per cent by 2050, Cheung said.
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"Smaller-scale fisheries may not be able to fish from their home ports a lot further," Cheung said.
Commercial fisheries could also open in an ice-free Arctic Ocean, with turbot, Arctic cod and Arctic char. But much science is needed to determine if those fisheries are sustainable.
"It will be risky," Cheung said.


"We are already seeing (fish) species ...

www.parrysound.com [cached]

"We are already seeing (fish) species shifting their distributions," said William Cheung of the University of British Columbia. "Warmer water species from the south are appearing in the north area and some of the (northern) species are suffering because the ocean becomes too hot for them."

Look for overall catches off the Pacific coast to decline between four and 11 per cent by 2050, Cheung said.
...
"Smaller-scale fisheries may not be able to fish from their home ports a lot further," Cheung said.
Commercial fisheries could also open in an ice-free Arctic Ocean, with turbot, Arctic cod and Arctic char. But much science is needed to determine if those fisheries are sustainable.
"It will be risky," Cheung said.


"We are already seeing (fish) species ...

www.therecord.com [cached]

"We are already seeing (fish) species shifting their distributions," said William Cheung of the University of British Columbia. "Warmer water species from the south are appearing in the north area and some of the (northern) species are suffering because the ocean becomes too hot for them."

Look for overall catches off the Pacific coast to decline between four and 11 per cent by 2050, Cheung said.
...
"Smaller-scale fisheries may not be able to fish from their home ports a lot further," Cheung said.
Commercial fisheries could also open in an ice-free Arctic Ocean, with turbot, Arctic cod and Arctic char. But much science is needed to determine if those fisheries are sustainable.
"It will be risky," Cheung said.


"We are already seeing (fish) species ...

www.abbynews.com [cached]

"We are already seeing (fish) species shifting their distributions," said William Cheung of the University of British Columbia. "Warmer water species from the south are appearing in the north area and some of the (northern) species are suffering because the ocean becomes too hot for them."

Look for overall catches off the Pacific coast to decline between four and 11 per cent by 2050, Cheung said.
...
"Smaller-scale fisheries may not be able to fish from their home ports a lot further," Cheung said.
Commercial fisheries could also open in an ice-free Arctic Ocean, with turbot, Arctic cod and Arctic char. But much science is needed to determine if those fisheries are sustainable.
"It will be risky," Cheung said.

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