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Access Management in British Columbia: a Provincial Review Hamilton, Dennis
2001
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Abstract: In British Columbia, the proliferation of access over the past four decades has led to several public and resource related issues to which government must now contend. Rapid growth in the provincial forest road network and the growing popularity of four-wheel drive and off-road vehicle use has lead to a dramatic increase in public use of the forest roads and adjacent forest lands. This increase in public use has resulted in physical and human access related impacts on sensitive ecosystems, fish and wildlife populations and their habitats, and the diversity of traditional recreational experiences. In partial response to this growing concern, resource agencies have attempted to address both the direct physical impacts of access as well as the growth in public demands on forest landscapes through a number of regional and district level access initiatives. The Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks (MELP) and Ministry of Forests (MOF) have primarily led in this process, relying on current legislation and regula
 
Hamilton, Dennis, Wilson, Steven. 2001. Access Management in British Columbia: a Provincial Review. Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks
 
Topic: Conservation + Management (Ecosystems-Habitat)
Keywords: roads, access, management, fish, wildlife, habitat, aircraft, watercraft, boats, impacts
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