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Indicators of Climate Change in British Columbia, 2002

Summary Both the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and the US National Academy of Science have concluded that the global atmosphere is warming. They agree, moreover, that most of the warming observed over the last 50 years can be attributed to human activities that release greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. British Columbia, for example, […]


Helping Pacific Salmon Survive the Impact of Climate Change on Freshwater Habitats: Pursuing Proactive and Reactive Adaptation Strategies

Description For many generations in western Canada, five species of Pacific salmon have provided a defining role to native and non-native peoples. As a reflection of this cultural importance, there has been a long-standing tradition of communities and governments taking action to help salmon cope with both natural and human pressures on their survival. Recently, […]


Hydroriparian Ecosystems of the North Coast

Summary This report provides background information on riparian ecosystems for the North Coast LRMP. The report describes North Coast riparian ecosystems, reviews riparian ecological functions, presents riparian management policies for BC and neighbouring jurisdictions, lists potential strategic planning issues for consideration. Literature is taken from the North Coast where possible. Where research is cited from […]


Helping Pacific Salmon Survive the Impact of Climate Change on Freshwater Habitats: Case Studies: Perspectives from the Okanagan, Quesnel, Nicola, Cowichan, Nass, and Englishman River Watersheds

Description The purpose of this report and companion document, “Helping Pacific salmon survive the impact of climate change on freshwater habitats: Pursuing proactive and reactive adaptation strategies”6 is to facilitate thinking and planning around feasible options that could be implemented. In general, this report integrates ideas from the other one into a local context of […]