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Dr. William Cheung

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Associate Professor

UBC Fisheries Centre
2329 West Mall
Vancouver , British Columbia V6T 1Z4

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...   more

Employment History


  • PhD , Resource Management and Environmental Studies
  • Vicky Lam
  • Ph.D.
    UBC Fisheries Centre
  • master degree
  • Vicky W.Y. Lam
  • Vicky W. Y. Lam
185 Total References
Web References
Faculty & Staff Directory | UBC Fisheries Centre | UBC Fisheries Centre, 19 Feb 2015 [cached]
Dr William Cheung Associate Professor
“Fish thermometer†reveals long-standing, global impact of climate change « UBC Public Affairs, 3 Aug 2014 [cached]
"One way for marine animals to respond to ocean warming is by moving to cooler regions," says the study's lead author William Cheung, an assistant professor at UBC's Fisheries Centre.
Related topics: climate change, Daniel Pauly, environment, fish thermometer, fisheries, Fisheries Centre, Nature, oceans, research excellence, sustainability, William Cheung
Prof. William Cheung UBC Fisheries Centre Cell:778.837.7252 E-mail:
A new study by Profs. Daniel Pauly (pictured) and William Cheung shows climate change has affected the world's oceans for four decades. (Photo: Martin Dee)
Daniel Pauly (pictured) and William Cheung shows climate change has affected the world's oceans for four decades. (Photo: Martin Dee)
To generate the predictions, UBC ..., 10 Oct 2014 [cached]
To generate the predictions, UBC researchers Miranda Jones and William Cheung modeled the effects of best- and worst-case ocean warming scenarios on the global distributions of 802 species of fish and marine invertebrates.
Last year in Nature, Cheung and his colleagues documented the beginnings of this trend in an analysis of global fish catches between 1970 and 2006.
"The tropics will be the overall losers," Cheung said in a press release.
Energy & Environment Team | UK Energy Research Centre, 4 Nov 2014 [cached]
William Cheung Lecturer, School of Environmental Sciences, UEA
These new findings suggest there's a ... [cached]
These new findings suggest there's a good chance this important food source will be greatly diminished due to climate change,' said lead author William Cheung, a researcher at the University of East Anglia in Britain who conducted the study while at UBC.
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