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- Knowledge-Based Habitat Suitability Modeling Guidelines 3.6 MB (2012, p. 21)
The goal of this document is to provide territorial standards and guidelines for knowledge-based habitat modeling. The guidelines presented pertain to habitat suitability modeling which refers to the ability of a habitat, in its current state, to provide the life requisites of a species.
- Flat Creek Wetlands Preliminary Habitat Assessment 1 MB (2012, p. 17)
The Flat Creek Wetlands (Dawson Land Use Planning Region) are considered a conservation priority due to their ecological importance to various mammals and waterfowl. We conducted 4 aerial surveys to assess wildlife use of the area. Moose, grizzly bear, black bear, beaver, and a wide variety of waterfowl species were observed using the wetlands.
- Ecosystems of the Peel Watershed: A Predictive Approach to Regional Watershed Mapping
This ecosystem classification helps provide the framework for describing the diversity of landscapes within the Peel Watershed, is a base for wildlife habitat interpretation, and a means to help identify conservation values useful for land use planning.
- Preventing Wildlife Injuries from Highway Right-of-Way Brushing
This slideshow emphasizes the potential hazards that may arise from improper right-of-way brushing and shows possible solutions.
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