I think salmon are fascinating fish. I am also really interested in how people can use data to really take a deep look at animal populations, so when I found this site I was thrilled to be able to share it with all of you.

When you arrive you’ll find that the site has single page navigation meaning all you have to do is scroll down the page to navigate. They do offer jump links at the top of the page with the Watersheds, Data Needs, and Key Findings links. If you click those, the page will jump down to that section of content.

Watershed – this section explains the area where they did the study on Pacific salmon. You’ll see there are two introductory paragraphs of text and then a link that takes you into the Watershed section where you can explore further.

Data Needs – this section explains the need for data and offers you options to download the data reports.

Key Findings – this section is broken up into four key findings that came from the data. Each one has a Show Me link that will take you to the full findings.

This is a great way to learn more about Pacific salmon and how we can use data to investigate their populations. Go check it out today!

http://salmonexplorer.ca/#

~Amanda