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1998 PRFO Proceedings | Protected Areas in the Canadian Shield: Information and Research Needs

Thursday 21 May 1998

Science, Information and Research Needs for Ontario’s Parks and Protected Areas in the Canadian Shield

International Trends in Park Tourism and Economics: Implications for Ontario

Protected Areas in the Next Millennium: Managing for Ecological Integrity

Communication and the Human Dimensions of Parks and Protected Areas on the Canadian Shield

Parks and Protected Areas – Integrating the Ecological, Social and Economic Context in the Land Use Planning – Lessons From British Columbia

Cultural Heritage Conservation

Protected Areas and Lands for Life: Will Protection Policies be Met and Available Information Used?

Comments on Parks and Protected Areas Research with special reference to Tourism

Commentary on Parks and Protected Areas Research from the Perspective of a Member of First Nations

Research – A Fundamental Management Tool

Ontario Parks Award Presentation to Dr. George Priddle

Easement and Dedication Programs for Parks and Private Lands

Protecting Cultural Resources Through Forest Management Planning in Ontario

Use of Estimated “Pristine” Species-Area Relations as Null Models for Evaluating Size and Integrity Standards for Protected Areas: An Update

Snow Geese in Polar Bear Provincial Park: Implications of a Trophic Cascade

Historical and Present Status of Woodland Caribou (Rangifer tarandus) in Pukaskwa National Park, Ontario and Implications for Metapopulation Management, a Review

Seasonal Movement Patterns and Feeding Habits of Large Adult Male Black Bears in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario

Bird Species Richness and Composition in White Pine (Pinus strobus) Stands in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario in response to the First Cut of the Uniform Shelterwood Silvicultural System

A Research Strategy for Algonquin Provincial Park

Priority Sites for Conservation Action in the Niagara Escarpment Biosphere Reserve

Investigation of Nutrient Sources to Point Pelee Marsh

Release of Nutrients from On-site Wastewater Disposal Systems, Point Pelee National Park, Ontario, Canada

An Overview of Environment Canada’s Groundwater Research Activities at Point Pelee National Park, Ontario

Coastal Geomorphology and Assessment of Proposed Dyke Construction at Lighthouse Point Provincial Nature Reserve, Pelee Island

Amphibian and Reptile Conservation in Ontario: Guidelines for Parks and Protected Areas at Long Point, Rondeau and Point Pelee

Economic Benefits of Provincial Parks in Ontario: A Case Study Approach

Community Evaluation Methodology

Faunal survey and inventory in Ontario Parks

The Identification of Candidate Protected Areas for the Lands for Life Planning Process by the Partnership for Public Lands

Forest Fire Management Program at Pukaskwa National Park

Chemical and Biological Status of Killarney Park Lakes (1995-1997): A study of lakes in the early stages of recovery from acidification

Some Possible Causes of Fatal Attacks on Humans by Large Adult Male Black Bears – A Discussion

The Effects of Human Disturbance on Eastern Massasauga Rattlesnakes (Sistrurus catenatus catenatus) in Killbear Provincial Park, Ontario

Assessing the Evolution of Marsh Management in Protected Areas: with special reference to Point Pelee, Rondeau and Long Point, Lake Erie, Canada

Ecosystem Conservation Plans for Bruce Peninsula National Park and Fathom Five National Marine Park

Enhancing Trail Access for People with Disabilities

Building Community and Conserving Cultural Landscapes through Inventory

From Inventory to Interpretation: A Definition of Process

Protected Areas and Other Land Uses – A Spacially Explicit Evaluation
Author: Wolfgang Haider, Brian Hutchinson, Jim Duncan

Research and Monitoring Needs Catalogue for Ontario Region National Parks

Linking Geology to the Effects of Acid Precipitation on the Food Chain of Gavia immers

Spatial Relations between Migratory Algonquin Park Wolves and Resident Wolves in a Winter Deer Year (Winter 1997 Preliminary Results)

Overgrazing Ecosystems: Do Plant Communities Recover?

Rapporteur’s Comments on the Parks Research Forum of Ontario Annual Meeting February 1998

Comments to Parks Research Forum

Protected Area Networks: Assessment of Ontario’s ‘Nature’s Best; Action Plan and Recommendations

Response to Nudds et al. on: Protected Area Networks: Assessment of Ontario’s ‘Nature’s Best; Action Plan and Recommendations

Natural Heritage Gap Analysis Methodologies Used by the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources

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