This entry includes the "Bull Trout Cumulative Effects Network Users Guide", and three datafiles -Large Fluvial Population, Resident Population and Small Fluvial Population.
From the Introduction of the "Bull Trout Cumulative Effects Network Users Guide":
"...We present a bull trout cumulative impact network, which attempts to take all available information for any particular population and make predictions on how the population may respond to future habitat changes. The model is intended to be very flexible and acknowledge the uncertainty in the information provided regarding population abundance and survival as well as habitat quality and quantity. The model helps visualize how different habitat threats interact with bull trout abundance and survival to affect long-term abundance and viability. The model can be used to predict how bull trout will respond to habitat changes as a result of development, or to determine the best methods for rehabilitating bull trout populations that are at risk..."
B. van Poorten. 2016. Bull Trout Cumulative Effects Network. Province of B.C, Ministry of Environment