Conclusion: Central Interior Ecoregional Assessment

Authors

  • Sara Grace Howard The Nature Conservancy of Canada
  • Pierre Iachetti ForestEthics (Formerly The Nature Conservancy of Canada)

Keywords:

ecoregional assessment, conservation planning

Abstract

The Central Interior Ecoregional Assessment brought together professionals from the Nature Conservancy of Canada, provincial government ministries, and academic researchers, to complete a conservation-based scientific analysis of the Central Interior region of British Columbia.  Four principal products emerged from this effort: conservation portfolios, Marxan summed solutions, conservation value maps, and a comprehensive compilation of conservation data for the ecoregion. With the completion of this assessment, NCC has developed conservation plans for the vast majority of British Columbia.

Author Biographies

Sara Grace Howard, The Nature Conservancy of Canada

Aquatic Ecologist, MRM

Pierre Iachetti, ForestEthics (Formerly The Nature Conservancy of Canada)

Conservation Director

(Formerly Director of Conservation Science and Planning with NCC)

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Published

2011-06-10

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Conclusion