Evolutionary and Ecological Studies
in Reimchen's Lab

Dr. T. E. Reimchen
Department of Biology
PO Box 3020
University of Victoria
Victoria, British Columbia, V8W 3N5, Canada
reimchen@uvic.ca

1:  Brief canoe sequence of Drizzle Lake  (video)    

2: Underwater GoPro video of nesting male stickleback +  water column adult stickleback + curious Common Loons in dystrophic (red-shifted) waters (video). Colours appear similar to the human eye during actual sub-surface observations. Some nuptial and visual adaptations of stickleback in these red-shifted lakes of Haida Gwaii are discussed in Reimchen 1989 and Marques et al. 2017.  
                                                                                  


Loon Research         

Molecular studies

 Supporting Agencies
NSERC          
 

Teaching/Course Outlines

Principles of Ecology (Biology 215)
Biology of British Columbia Vertebrates (Biology 329)
Ichthyology (Biology 335)
Animal Behaviour (Biology 345)