Conclusion: Central Interior Ecoregional Assessment
Keywords:ecoregional assessment, conservation planning
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.
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