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Title: The Assessment of Terrain Ecosystem Mapping and Vegetation Resource Inventory Mapping Field Sampling Methods and Relevance to Spatial Sampling Design and Analysis

Year: 1998

Author(s): Pacific Spatial Systems Ltd and Eco Outlook

Type: Report (unpublished)

 

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Title: The Ecological Requirements for Riparian Buffers Around Continuously-Flowing, Seasonal and Ephemeral Headwater Streams in Clayoquot and Barkley Sounds

Year: 1998

Author(s): A. Suski; B. Beasley; D Newsom

Type: Report (unpublished)

 

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Title: Western Forest Products Logging Practices & The Forest Stewardship Council's Principles & Criteria: An Indicative Assessment

Year: 1998

Author(s): Greenpeace Vancouver

Type: Report (published)

 

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Title: Rebuilding salmon stocks through habitat restoration in the Kennedy Watershed of Clayoquot Sound, British Columbia

Year: 1998

Author(s): Mark R. S. Johannes, Northwest Ecosystem Institute; Kim D. Hyatt, Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Type: Report (unpublished)

Description:
The Kennedy Watershed of Clayoquot Sound has a long history of resource extraction and a much shorter history of examining the state of resources and investment in restoration of degraded areas. To date, restoration work in the Kennedy Watershed had been influenced by knowledge of specific impacts caused by past logging practices. Two community based restoration projects in the Kennedy Watershed are provided as examples of studies which are being used a valuable experimental tools to critically examine associations between local forest harvest impacts and salmon production limits.

 

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Title: Report on the Clayoquot Sound Research Consortium Survey

Year: 1998

Author(s): Josie Cleland

Type: Report (unpublished)

Description:
A survey to gauge the level of interest in development of a Clayoquot Sound Research Consortium was circulated to 594 researchers and non-government organizations. The response rate of the survey was 7.5%. From comments received it appears that the membership-based consortium model proposed would not succeed due to financial constraints at institutions, however individuals who expressed interest in the concept, the variety of research opportunities available in the region, the existing field station infrastructure and the opportunity to offer direction to research in Clayoquot Sound will be valuable contacts in the future."

 

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Title: Modelling Nuu-chah-nulth Land Use: The Cultural Landscape of Clayoquot Sound

Year: 1998

Author(s): Monica Karpiak

Type: Academic Thesis

Description:
This thesis concerns land use and land tenure among the Aboriginal people resident in Clayoquot Sound. I begin by discussing the system in practice among the Nuu-chah-nulth as described in the ethnographic and ethnohistoric literature. From this synthesis, I develop a tabular summary of land use by physiographic areas of Clayoquot Sound. The next step entails testing the parameters of the summary of Nuu-chah-nulth land use to determine if it conforms to the archaeological record of Clayoquot Sound. I propose two land use models to compare spatial patterning of known archaeological sites to those recorded as the ethnographic pattern. First, I translate all components of the land use summary onto the landscape to create the Cultural Landscape Model. Its function is to predict the types of archaeological features that would be found within each physiographic setting, based on land use activities described in the ethnographic and ethnohistoric literature. The second model is the Habitation Site Model; its sole function is to predict the locations of habitation sites. Developing models from the ethnographic and ethnohistoric record brings together several strands of research material. The amount of data dedicated to the synthesis is best organized using geographic information systems (GIS) software. Given its parameters, the Cultural Landscape Model explains the known archaeological record suggesting there is some antiquity to the ethnographic pattern of land use. In lieu of a sustained and extensive excavation program that would prove otherwise, the Cultural Landscape Model can confidently predict the geographic location of archaeological features. In contrast, the Habitation Site Model showed little conformity with the archaeological record. Few archaeological sites inferred as former habitation sites coincided with areas the Habitation Site Model identified as favourable. While disturbing, such results are still valuable as they can inform future research. The objective that arises from the apparent weakness in this model is to refine its function by identifying the confounding variables and correcting for them. This thesis demonstrates that a multi-stepped approach to modeling land use, using ethnographic and ethnohistoric sources as a starting point, can inform archaeologists about ancient land use. Combined with a rigorous field program, land use models may help us find archaeological signatures of Nuu-chah-nulth land use and land tenure in Clayoquot Sound. A long term objective is, of course, to determine whether the land use and tenure described by early observers is consistent with Nuu-chah-nulth lifeways prior to contact.

 

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Title: Gray Whale (Eschrichtuis robustus) Habitat Utilization and Prey Species Off Vancouver Island, BC

Year: 1998

Author(s): James D. Darling, West Coast Whale Research Foundation; Kathleen E. Keogh, West Coast Whale Research Foundation; Tammy Steeves, Clayoquot Biosphere Project

Type: Journal Article

Description:
Habitat utilization and prey species of Vancouver Island gray whales were investigated by 1. summarizing 26 yr of distribution and feeding data and 2. conducting intensive observations in Clayoquot Sound, Vancouver Island, from 1989 to 1996. Whale distribution and movements were monitored from March to November through systematic boat surveys and whale-watch sighting programs. Prey species were collected by suction hose and plankton net or determined through analysis of fecal samples. Gray whales utilized virtually all of the southern west coast of Vancouver Island over the 26-yr observation period. Distribution, prey species, and feeding behavior showed marked variability during any one season and between years. Some feeding areas were use don an annual basis, others with less than 10 yr intervals between use. Feeding occurred in shallow sand or mud bays, eel grass beds, kelp beds, in the open water column, and at the surface. Young whales appeared to utilize habitat and prey species differently than adults. Main prey species included herring egg larvae (Clupea harengus pallasi), crab larvae (Cancer magister megalops, Pachycheles spp. zoea), mysids (Homesimysis sulpta, Neomysis rayii, Acanthomysis spp.), amphipods (Ampelisca spp., Atylus borealis), and ghost shrimp (Callianassa californiensis). The definition and relative importance of specific feeding grounds and the study of human impacts on this population are complicated by its broad and variable use of habitat and prey species.

 

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Title: Compromise needed for forests to survive

Year: 1998

Author(s): John Bassingthwaite, Committe to Share Our Resources

Type: Newspaper Article

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Title: Adventures with Killer Whales in Clayoquot Sound

Year: 1998

Author(s): Rod Palm

Type: Report (unpublished)

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Title: Clayoquot Sound Tourism and Recreation Visitor Survey 1997

Year: 1998

Author(s): R.B. & Associates Rollins

Type: Other

Description:
This report describes the results of a survey of visitors to Clayoquot Sound, conducted during the summer of 1997. Interviews were conducted with a total of 760 visitors, most of whom were back-country campers, the focus of this study.

 

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Title: Seeing the Ocean through the Trees: A Conservation-Based Development Strategy for Clayoquot Sound.

Year: 1997

Author(s): Ecotrust Canada

Type: Book

Description:
This book reviews the historical economy of Clayoquot Sound and then suggests economic development strategies that are conservation-based.

 

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Title: Boom Times in Tofino : They're Calling it Whistler West.

Year: 1997

Author(s): Ian Dutton

Type: Journal Article

 

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Title: Policy Change Through Sector Intersection : Aboriginal and Forest Policy in Clayoquot Sound.

Year: 1997

Author(s): George Hoberg

Type: Manuscript

 

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Title: Politics of Clayoquot Sound Workshop folder.

Year: 1997

Author(s): [Politics of Clayoquot Sound Research Project]

Type: Public Relations Material

 

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Title: Politics of Clayoquot Sound Workshop folder.

Year: 1997

Author(s): [Politics of Clayoquot Sound Research Project]

Type: Public Relations Material

 

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Title: Correspondence regarding Central Region Board.

Year: 1997

Author(s): [British Columbia. Ministry of Forests. South Island Forest District]

Type: Government File

Description:
Contains : 2 p. letter from CRB co-chairs to Greg Bach, Clayoquot Implementation Team, re : referrals of forest development plans, 05/13/97; 2 p. letter from John Cashore, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs, to Mike Amrhein, CRB member, re : roles and responsibilities as provincial CRB members, 04/30/97; 2 p. letter from John Cashore to Bob Peart, Ministerial Assistant to Minister of Aboriginal Affairs, re : appointment as provincial co-chair of the CRB, 05/15/97; 1 p. letter from CRB co-chairs to David Zirnhelt, Minister of Forests, re : CRB participation in meeting with IWA and MacMillan Bloedel, 02/14/97.

 

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Title: [Announcement of three new appointments to CRB membership.]

Year: 1997

Author(s): Clayoquot Sound Central Region Board

Type: Correspondence

 

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Title: Seeing the ocean through the trees : a conservation-based development strategy for Clayoquot Sound.

Year: 1997

Author(s): Ecotrust Canada

Type: Book

 

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Title: Protect Clayoquot Sound: A Biosphere Reserve Vision.

Year: 1997

Author(s): Western Canada Wilderness Committee

Type: Newsletter

 

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Title: Protect Clayoquot Sound: A Biosphere Reserve Vision.

Year: 1997

Author(s): Western Canada Wilderness Committee

Type: Newsletter

 

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Title: Protect Clayoquot Sound: A Biosphere Reserve Vision.

Year: 1997

Author(s): Western Canada Wilderness Committee

Type: Newsletter

 

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Title: Ma-Mook development corporation : Working to advance our economic interests.

Year: 1997

Author(s): Ma-Mook Development Corporation.

Type: Report (published)

 

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Title: Ma-Mook development corporation : Working to advance our economic interests.

Year: 1997

Author(s): Ma-Mook Development Corporation.

Type: Report (published)

 

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Title: Ma-Mook development corporation : Working to advance our economic interests.

Year: 1997

Author(s): Ma-Mook Development Corporation.

Type: Report (published)

 

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Title: Intact valleys - precious blueprints.

Year: 1997

Author(s): Friends of Clayoquot Sound

Type: Newsletter