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2002 PRFO PROCEEDINGS | PROTECTED AREAS AND HERITAGE COASTAL ECOSYSTEMS

Friday 31 May 2002

Great lakes Protected Areas in Ontario: A Celebration with A Challenge

Coastal Conservation in Europe, Especially the United Kingdom

Great Lakes Heritage Coast: Opportunities For Protection And Community Development

Threats to the Development of Heritage Coast Planning

Panel Commentary The Heritage Coast Planning Approach

Panel Commentary The Great Lakes Heritage Coast: Opportunities for Protection and Community Development

Panel Commentary Key Issues in Heritage Coast Planning and Conservation

Human-Environment Interaction in Prespa National Park, Greece

Coastal Values and Quality of Life: A New Zealand Case-study

Management in a Planning Vacuum: Co-operation in the Quetico-BWCAW-Voyageurs International Boundary Region

Volunteer Capacity-Building for Horticultural Activities: A Model for Small Ontario

Landscape Change, Land Use History and Planning for the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area, Arizona, U.S.A.

Why Y2Y? Understanding the Role of Large Landscape Corridor Initiatives in Regional Conservation Planning, Using the Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiatives as a Case Study

The Countryside, Parks, Tourism and Foot and Mouth Disease in the United Kingdom

Natural Heritage Inventory of the Great Lakes Heritage Coast: The Georgian Bay Coast Project, Phase 1 – South-Eastern Georgian Bay Coast

Business Statistics for the Ornamental Horticultural Industry in Ontario

Algonquin Provincial Park Visitor Expenditures and Impacts

User Fees at Bunaken Marine Park, Indonesia: Lessons in Developing Tourism-Related Financing Mechanisms for Marine Protected Areas

Ecotourism, Protected Areas and Community Development Associated with Two Chinese Parks

A Volumetric Analysis of Coastal Dune Blowout Morphology Change, Pinery Provincial Park

An Exploration into the Operating Status and Visitor Use over Ontario’s Provincial Parks System

The impacts of hybridization on the endangered red mulberry (Morus rubra L.) in Canada

Protecting Carolinian Canada: Controlling the Spread of Tree-of-Heaven (Ailanthus altissima) within Rondeau Provincial Park

Monitoring Fire Management of Oak Savanna and Tall Grass Prairie in Rondeau Provincial Park

Cedar Savanna: A Disappearing Habitat at Point Pelee National park

The Status of Turtles in Point Pelee National Park: Species Loss and Shifting Population Structure

Restoring Highly Fragmented Populations of Herbaceious Spring Ephemerals in a Severely Grazed Carolinian Forest

Ontario Tallgrass Prairie and Savanna Association

Overcoming Challenges to Grassroots Environment Remediation in the Rondeau Watershed

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