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Skeena Sockeye Habitat Atlas: Kitsumkalum CU

Map 15 from the Atlas of Sockeye High Value Habitat in the Skeena Watershed. The atlas is one of several products prepared in 2010 by Ecotrust Canada for the Habitat Subcommittee of the Skeena Watershed Initiative to compile and share existing sockeye salmon habitat data. The atlas focuses on displaying high-value freshwater habitat for recognized […]

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Managing Pacific salmon for ecosystem values: ecosystem indicators and the Wild Salmon Policy

Abstract Canada’s Wild Salmon Policy (WSP) was released in June 2005 with a goal to restore and maintain healthy and diverse salmon populations and their habitats. Strategy 3, Action Step 3.1 aims to include ecosystem values in decision-making by proposing “ecosystem indicators” to monitor the status of freshwater and terrestrial ecosystems. The scientific basis for […]

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Skeena Sockeye Habitat Atlas: Ecstall / Lower CU

Map 11 from the Atlas of Sockeye High Value Habitat in the Skeena Watershed. The atlas is one of several products prepared in 2010 by Ecotrust Canada for the Habitat Subcommittee of the Skeena Watershed Initiative to compile and share existing sockeye salmon habitat data. The atlas focuses on displaying high-value freshwater habitat for recognized […]

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Annotated Bibliography: Resources Relating to Sockeye Salmon Habitat of the Skeena Watershed

This annotated bibliography is one of several products prepared in 2010 by Ecotrust Canada for the Habitat Subcommittee of the Skeena Watershed Initiative to compile and share existing sockeye salmon habitat data. Other products include an atlas of Conservation Units, a larger map of the watershed, an annotated bibliography, and electronic (PDF) versions of the […]

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Habitat-Based Abundance Benchmarks for Lake Sockeye CU’s in the Skeena Watershed

This report describes the results of a habitat-based assessment of the Skeena lake sockeye CUs to evaluate stock status and develop benchmarks for Skeena sockeye. Introduction Although stock-recruit analysis has been the main method for establishing benchmarks for lake sockeye Conservation Units (CU’s) in the Skeena watershed to date (Korman and Cox-Rogers 2012), habitat-based abundance […]

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Skeena Sockeye Habitat Atlas: Nilkitkwa CU

Map 21 from the Atlas of Sockeye High Value Habitat in the Skeena Watershed. The atlas is one of several products prepared in 2010 by Ecotrust Canada for the Habitat Subcommittee of the Skeena Watershed Initiative to compile and share existing sockeye salmon habitat data. The atlas focuses on displaying high-value freshwater habitat for recognized […]

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Refining habitat indicators for Strategy 2 of the Wild Salmon Policy: identifying metrics and benchmarks

Abstract Canada’s Policy for Conservation of Wild Pacific Salmon (a.k.a. the Wild Salmon Policy, WSP) was released in June 2005 (DFO 2005). The overarching goal of the Policy is to restore and maintain healthy and diverse salmon populations and their habitats. To help evaluate whether the Wild Salmon Policy is succeeding in this regard Fisheries […]

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Skeena Sockeye Habitat Atlas: Atna CU

Map 4 from the Atlas of Sockeye High Value Habitat in the Skeena Watershed. The atlas is one of several products prepared in 2010 by Ecotrust Canada for the Habitat Subcommittee of the Skeena Watershed Initiative to compile and share existing sockeye salmon habitat data. The atlas focuses on displaying high-value freshwater habitat for recognized […]

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Implementing adaptive management through the North Coast LRMP

Summary Ecological and social systems are complex, dynamic and inherently unpredictable. It can be extremely difficult to predict what will happen if we follow a certain pathway, or which of several possible pathways will lead us to our goal. Developing an LRMP is particularly challenging because we are dealing with a large landbase, multiple objectives […]