Reports and References

for Deschampsia cespitosa - Sidalcea hendersonii (tufted hairgrass - Henderson's checker-mallow)

Reports from BC Conservation Data Centre

BC Community Summary

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Mapped Known Locations

Range Map

Distribution of ecological community based on known occurrence within current mapping of Biogeoclimatic units.

Ecosystem at Risk Brochure

Flynn, S., C. Cadrin, and D. Filatow. 2006a. Estuaries in British Columbia. B.C. Minist. Environ., Ecosystems Branch. Victoria, B.C. 6pp.

Other Related References

Bell, L.M., and J.M. Thompson. 1977. The Campbell River Estuary: Status of environmental knowledge to 1977. Fish. and Environ. Can. Spec. Estuary Ser. No. 7., Vancouver, BC. 346pp.


Dawe, N. K., G. E. Bradfield, W. S. Boyd, D. E. C. Trethewey, and A. N. Zolbrod. 2000. Marsh creation in a northern Pacific estuary: Is thirteen years of monitoring vegetation dynamics enough? Conservation Ecology 4(2): 12. [online] URL:


Dethier, M.N. 1990. A marine and estuarine habitat classification system for Washington state. Washington Nat. Heritage Program, Dep. Nat. Resour., Olympia, WA. 56pp.


Pojar, J. 1978. Tidal wetland plant community types (vascular plants only) of British Columbia. Unpubl. manuscript, Victoria, B.C.


Sensitive Ecosystems Inventory [SEI] of East Vancouver Island and Gulf Islands: Sensitive Ecosystems Mapping, Disturbance Mapping and Re-evaluation of Major Riparian Corridors. 2004. Prepared by Axys Environ. Consulting Ltd. for Environ. Can., Can. Wildl. Serv., B.C. Minist. Sustainable Resour. Manage., and B.C. Minist. Water, Land and Air Prot., and the Habitat Conserv. Trust Fund. 66 mapsheets, 1:20 000 scale.


Sensitive Ecosystems Inventory [SEI] of the Sunshine Coast and Adjacent Islands. 2005. Cadrin, C., C. Erwin, B. Fuller, C. Schaefer and J. Stacey. 1:20 000 spatial data.


Ward, P., G. Radcliffe, J. Kirkby, J. Illingworth, and C. Cadrin. 1998. Sensitive Ecosystems Inventory: East Vancouver Island and Gulf Islands 1993-1997. Volume 1: Methodology, Ecological Descriptions and Results. Tech. Rep. Ser. No. 320, Can. Wildl. Serv., Pac. and Yukon Reg., BC.


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