UVic prof creates a digital guide to plants, animals on BC coast

(April 25, 2016) - An innovative app that catalogues more than 700 species in the Great Bear Rainforest is giving people around the world the ability to experience the diverse beauty of British Columbia's coast, says a Canadian Press story that ran in multiple major and regional publications across the country including the Toronto Star, the Vancouver Sun, Province and CTV News. Brian Starzomski and his team created the digital field guide called "Central Coast Biodiversity." The story includes several quotes by Starzomski about UVic student experience.  Toronto Star (Source: CP), CTVUVic News 

UVic prof creates new digital guide to species

The Canadian Press story about the new biodiversity app for BC's central coast, which was picked up widely online yesterday, also appears in newsprint today in the BC section of the Globe and Mail (as well as the front section of The Province in Vancouver). G&M (Source: CP)  UVic News

Brian Starzomski (Environmental Studies) spoke to CBC Radio Kelowna and CBC Victoria for yesterday's afternoon shows, about the innovative new app for identifying central coast species. Starzomski and his team created the digital field guide, "Central Coast Biodiversity.  UVic News  (Link to specific broadcasts not available at this time)