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Hakai magazine in an online magazine which publishes short and feature length journalistic stories on topics related to coastal science, ecology and communities. It was established by the Hakai Institute in 2015, which is funded by the Tula Foundation. The magazine is headquartered in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. The founding editor of the magazine is science journalist, Jude Isabella. The magazine also publishes film and book reviews.


Regular contributors to Hakai magazine include Brian Owens, Heather Pringle, Darcy Dobell, Zach Zorich, Elizabeth Preston, Ilima Loomis, Hannah Waters, Michael Allen, Steve De Neef, Gord More, Jason G. Goldman, Larry Pynn and others.

Occasional contributors include Ryan Schuessler, James Thomson, Sheryl McFarlane, Jessica Wynne Lockhart, Eli Kintisch, Geoffrey Giller, Briony Penn, Cameron Walker, Anne Casselman, Alexandra Ossola, John H. Tibbets, Isabelle Groc, Steven Ashley, Andrew Lawler, Lorraine Boissoneault and others.


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