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Grasslands of the Southern Interior Iverson, Kristi
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Abstract: In the hot, dry regions of the southern interior of British Columbia lie grasslands dominated by bunchgrasses, wildflowers, and dryland shrubs. Grasslands were naturally limited in extent when European settlement began in the mid-1800s, and significant areas of grasslands have been lost since that time. Today, grasslands cover less than one percent of British Columbia’s land area and are one of Canada’s most endangered ecosystems. Scattered grasslands also occur in coastal, central, and northern British Columbia; these grasslands are also threatened but have different ecological characteristics from those in the southern interior.
 
Iverson, Kristi. 2004. Grasslands of the Southern Interior. Ministry of Water, Land and Air Protection. Ecosystems At Risk brochure
 
Topic: Species and Ecosystems at Risk
Keywords: grassland, at risk, endangered, threatened
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ISBN: 0-7726-7710-7 English Name: 
Other Identifier: Ministry of Sustainable Resource Management
 
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