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Testing a Marbled Murrelet Predictability Model Using Low Level Aerial Assessment in the Zeballos Landscape Unit, Vancouver Island Donald, D. S.
2005
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Abstract: Marbled Murrelet (Brachyramphus marmoratus) (MAMU) are listed as Threatened in Canada by the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC) (Hull 1999 in Deal and Smart 2004). Marbled Murrelets are identified on Schedule 1 of the Canadian Species at Risk Act (SARA), and are on British Columbia?s provincial Red List (Conservation Data Centre, 2005). As a result of the status, the British Columbia government has made the conservation of Marbled Murrelet habitat a priority, which will be implemented, in part, through the provisions of the Identified Wildlife Management Strategy (IWMS) under the Forest Practices Code (FPC). The Forest Range and Practices Act of British Columbia (FRPA) provides direction in Section 7 of the Planning Practices Regulation that sufficient amounts, distribution and attributes for species at risk will be conserved on crown forest land in BC. (Province of B.C. 2004). Section 7 notices outlining amount, distribution and attributes for species at risk were approved in the summer of 2004.
 
Donald, D. S.. 2005. Testing a Marbled Murrelet Predictability Model Using Low Level Aerial Assessment in the Zeballos Landscape Unit, Vancouver Island. Ministry of Environment. Wildlife Working Report. WR108
 
Topic: Conservation + Mgmt (Wildlife, Fish, Plant)
Keywords: marbled, murrelet, british columbia, telemetry, aerial, assessment
ISSN:  Scientific Name: Brachyramphus marmoratus
ISBN: 0-7726-5426-3 English Name: Marbled Murrelet
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