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Title: Bald Eagle Nesting Relative to Forestry Operations on MacMillan Bloedel Forest Lands

Year: 1989

Author(s): Elaine ONeil

Type: Academic Thesis

Description:
Portions of the Gulf Islands, Johnstone Strait and the west coast of Vancouver island were surveyed to determine the locations and productivity of nesting bald eagles (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) and impacts of logging on nesting success. A total of 131 nests were located of which 43 were active. Of these,69 nests were surveyed on the ground to collect nest tree, site and stand data. Information on the distance to and impact of forestry practices was collected where possible. On average, no significant differences in bald eagle use of nests were found between disturbed and undisturbed areas. No significant differences in tree, site, and stand characteristics were found between active and inactive nests. There were significantly more young produced/active nest in undisturbed areas. Nest tree size was significantly larger in disturbed areas. Based on these findings and research in the U.S., interim guidelines are suggested for B.C. Future management directions should emphasize reaching consensus on the amount of habitat that should be retained in B.C., on identifying the most suitable habitat for eagles, and on monitoring the population to determine more thoroughly the impact of forest harvesting.

 

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Title: Understanding the Share Groups

Year: 1989

Author(s): Lloyd Forman; Devin Hunter; Ken Nickell

Type: Journal Article

Description:
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Title: Marine birds and aquaculture in British Columbia. Assessment and Management of interactions.

Year: 1989

Author(s): Jaqueline Booth; Harriet Rueggenberg

Type: Government document

Description:
This report documents the results of Phase II of a project aimed at assessing the effects of BC's growing aquaculture industry on its marine bird populations. In this phase, the extent of geographical overlap between areas of current and potential aquaculture development and areas used by marine birds was examined, indicating the bird species, types of aquaculture and areas of the coast involved.The project is comprised of three phases. Phase I reviewed the relevant literature, describing the nature of interactions that can occur between marine birds and the various types of aquaculture, and providing an analytical framework for the subsequent phases (Booth and Rueggeberg, 1988). In Phase II, a computer database and geographical informations system is developed to examine the overlap between areas of current and potential aquaculture development and areas of marine bird habitat. Phase III consists of two studies that examine on-site interactions between birds and aquaculture, one dealing with salmon farming and the other with mussel farming (Rueggeberg and Booth, 1989.

 

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Title: Marine birds and aquaculture in British Columbia: Assessment and Management of Interactions

Year: 1989

Author(s): H. Rueggenberg; J. Booth

Type: Government document

Description:
This report documents the results of Phase III of a project aimed at assessing the effects of BC's growing aquaculture industry on its marine bird populations. The project is comprised of three phases. Phase I reviewed the relevant literature, describing the nature of interactions that can occur between marine birds and the various types of aquaculture, and providing an analytical framework for the subsequent phases (Booth and Rueggeberg, 1988). In Phase II, a computer database and geographical informations system is developed to examine the overlap between areas of current and potential aquaculture development and areas of marine bird habitat. Phase III consists of two studies that examine on-site interactions between birds and aquaculture, one dealing with salmon farming (Rueggeberg and Booth, 1989) and the other with mussel farming (this report).

 

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Title: Wilderness and Our Common Future

Year: 1989

Author(s): Philip Dearden

Type: Journal Article

Description:
This paper discusses the future of wilderness on a global scale. Until now, wilderness has existed generally as a remnant after industrial activities have taken the more productive and accessible lands. This must change if wilderness is to exist into the future. It is suggested that for this to happen the biocentric values of wilderness as a core part of sustainable development must be emphasized at the expense of the anthropocentric values such as recreation traditionally given greater attention in North America. Wilderness definitions will have to be more flexible, especially regarding the role of aboriginal peoples, if wilderness in concept and reality is to play a major role in underdeveloped countries. Although preliminary indications are that about one-third of the globe remains in a wilderness condition, it is argued that this is too optimistic and rigorous efforts need to be made now to protect areas in biomes where competition for resources is great. This will require a change in societal values, and commitments by wealthier nations to assist others in the protection of wilderness resources of global concern. Already some non-government organizations (NGOs) are making significant contributions in this area. Wilderness management issues will also change considerably in the future from the traditional concern of recreation management within the area to broader approaches involving integration of land uses with activities and influences outside the area. The Biosphere Reserve Program is an international program that is seen to have considerable potential to help promote wilderness as part of a sustainable development strategy in developing countries. Increased attention will also have to be devoted to the marine environment. Wilderness is a finite, non-renewable, non-sustainable, irreversible, common resources and, as such, presents a very challenging resource management problem that will require pro-active rather than reactive management if it is to survive into the future.

 

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Title: Tofino adopts tourism plan critical of logging for Clayoquot Sound

Year: 1989

Type: Newspaper Article

Description:
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Title: Friends of Clayoquot Sound Newsletter

Year: 1989

Type: Newsletter

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Articles: A Note from Okalla; Sustainable Development; Meares Island Update; Wholistic Forest Use; Selling the Soil Down the River; Herbiciding; The Lessons of Carnation Creek;

 

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Title: Sustainability Development Strategy revealed for Clayoquot Sound

Year: 1989

Type: Newspaper Article

Description:
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Title: Fletcher Challenge Answers Your Questions

Year: 1989

Author(s): Fletcher Challenge Canada Limited

Type: Newspaper Article

Description:
Topics include: (1)Forest Ecology: the impact of harvesting and silviculture on forest ecosystems; (2)Pre-harvest Silvicultural Prescriptions; (3) Forestry and Silviculture; (4) Administration; (5) Recreation and Multiple-Use; (6) Timber Volumes and Values; (7)Value and Production

 

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Title: Western Canada Wilderness Committee Education Report - Forestry malpractice on rise in British Columbia

Year: 1989

Author(s): Western Canada Wilderness Committee

Type: Other

Description:
Newsletter publication with articles such as: You can't grow trees without soil; Forest Practices Act desperately needed in B.C; Money talks the loudest in B.C. forest management; Wrong silvicultural systems rampant; Public inquiry needed to clean up forestry mess; Forest Ministry defence of clear-cut logging shot down; Millions of seedlings dying every year; More TFLs bad for British Columbia; How YOU can help achieve sustainable forestry; RPFs powerless in fight to bring in better forest management

 

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Title: Tribal council plans action to protect clam resource

Year: 1989

Author(s): Carla Wilson

Type: Newspaper Article

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Title: Steering Committee on Sustainable Development for Clayoquot Sound - Letter to the residents of Tofino and Clayoquot Sound

Year: 1989

Type: Correspondence

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Title: Letter to the Editor: Gail Braybrooks

Year: 1989

Author(s): Gail Braybrooks

Type: Correspondence

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Title: Premier criticizes logging practices near island park

Year: 1989

Author(s): Canadian Press

Type: Newspaper Article

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Title: Sustainable Development in Clayoquot Sound - Sustainable Development Forum Reports

Year: 1989

Author(s): Mark Hobson; L.J. McLean; Lydia Michaels; B. Schumueker; Ian Bruce; Shari Bondi; Gail Braybrooks

Type: Proceedings

Description:
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Title: Greening of Tofino

Year: 1989

Author(s): Scott

Type: Newspaper Article

Description:
Additional articles under this listing include: "Scars show", "Tree-spiking Condemned", "We all want the same trees", and "Getting involved in wilderness issue"

 

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Title: NDP want all old growth protected

Year: 1989

Author(s): Rob Diotte

Type: Newspaper Article

Description:
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Title: Forestry Backgrounder: Oct. 18, 1989

Year: 1989

Author(s): Bob Nixon

Type: Newspaper Article

Description:
Bob Nixon is the publisher of the Forest Planning Canada. He covers legislative affairs in Victoria related to forest resources. This series is an attempt to shed some historical light on the controversies surrounding the logging industry.

 

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Title: Timber Management for the Provision of Moose Habitat.

Year: 1988

Author(s): Ontario, Ministry of Natural Resources, Wildlife Branch

Type: Report (published)

 

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Title: Timber Management Guidelines for the Protection of Fish Habitat

Year: 1988

Author(s): Ontario, Ministry of Natural Resources, Fisheries Branch

Type: Report (published)

 

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Title: [Miscellaneous government documents, from the files of Mike Mullin]

Year: 1988

Author(s): British Columbia

Type: Miscellaneous Notes

Description:
Contains various government correspondence, proposals, report excerpts, etc; also, MoF annual report for 1986-87; BC Parks newsletter on Draft Management Options for Strathcona Park; BC MoE Fisheries Production Statistics from 1981 and 1982.

 

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Title: Protected old-growth forests in coastal British Columbia.

Year: 1988

Author(s): Hans L Roemer

Type: Journal Article

 

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Title: Holistic Resource Management

Year: 1988

Author(s): Allan Savory

Type: Book

 

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Title: You want to share what's left??!!

Year: 1988

Author(s): Suzanne Hare

Type: Other

Description:
Political cartoon related to group, SHARE BC.

 

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Title: Protection needed for trees in MacMillan Park

Year: 1988

Author(s): Otto McDonald

Type: Newspaper Article

Description:
Letter to the editor regarding logging in BC provincial park, MacMillan Park.