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Publication: 2003 PRFO Proceedings: Welcome


Tuesday 03 June 2003

Reflections on Recent Developments in Watershed Management in Ontario an the Implications for Natural Areas Management

Perspectives on Watershed and Protected Areas Management

Watershed Management and Planning in Ontario with Special Reference to Conservation and Protected Areas: A response

Protected Areas, Land Use and Watershed Planning, and Decision Making: An Ecological and Civics Perspective

Commentary on Protected Areas, Watershed Planning and Decision-making: An Ecological and Civics Perspective

The Canadian Heritage Rivers System: Can it keep the water in the river, and the river in the water?

Ecological and Institutional Issues in Respect of Watershed Planning and Protected Areas

Protected Areas and Watershed Management

The Protection of Wetlands Through Ontario’s Drainage Act

Integrated Ecological Assessment and Monitoring of Streams: The Watershed and Socio-economic Shed Paradigm

Killarney – Lakeland, Landform and Headwaters

Documenting Change in Lake Erie Coastal Wetland Ecosystem

Honouring Our Rivers: An Overview of the Canadian Heritage Rivers System (CHRS) and a Detailed Look at the CHRS Process

Designating the Thames as a Canadian Heritage River

The Canadian Heritage Rivers Designation: Opportunities for Conservation Authorities and Other Government and Private Groups Engaged in Watershed Planning and Management

Invasive Plants of Canadian Woodlands – Scientific Challenges

Water Level Changes and sand Transport at Pinery Provincial park: Longterm Dune Development Implications

Ecological Stress Identification Process for Ontario’s Provincial Parks

The Ontario Benthos Bioassessment Network

Ecological Monitoring of Ontario’s Provincial Parks and Conservation Reserves – Ecoregion 5E Pilot

Implementation of a Monitoring Pilor study for Ontario Parks in Ecoregion 5E

Information Management Strategies for Reporting on Protected Areas Information

Linking Community-based Ecosystem Monitoring to Local Decision-making and Policy Development on Sustainability

Representation, focal species and systematic conservation planning for the northern boreal initiative

Defining a Targeted Terrestrial Natural Heritage System

Natural Heritage Woodlands – a forest designation process within the long point region conservation authority

Assessing the Representation of Aquatic Features and Species in Protected Areas in the Great Lakes Watershed

A Study of the Social and Economic Benefits Associated with the Nine Ontario Living Legacy Signature Sites

Aboriginal Stewardship and Participation in Cultural and Natural Heritage Planning and Policy: The Algonquin Nation in the Ottawa Valley

Collaborative Natural Resource Management and its Applicability to Protected Area Planning

Planning for Nature in Urban Areas: The Case of Toronto, Past, Present and Future

Translating Research into Management: Experiences of a Conversation Biologist

The Canadian Council on Ecological Areas: Looking Ahead

Looking for Evidence of Organizational Knowledge Creation in Watershed Management

Options for Managing the Effects of Watercraft on Waterfowl

Geocaching in Ontario’s Protected Areas

Visitor Impact Monitor and Trail Transect Study at St. Lawrence Island National Park

Parks in Chile: Progress and Problems

Multiple Values in Floodplain Protection for Conservation

Assessing the Functional Role of Natural Areas for the Niagara Water Quality Protection Strategy

A Bee Diversity Survey in Oak Savannah Habitats in Rondeau Provincial Park, Ontario

Donated Conservation Easements: New Directions in Land Protection

Quantitative Assessment of Potential Karner Blue Butterfly (Lycaeides melissa samuelis) Reintroduction Sites in Ontario

An invasive species strategy for southeastern Ontario’s provincial parks

Vegetation restoration planning at Sandbanks Provincial Park

A significant natural system in southern Ontario be overlooked?

Pit an Mound Restoration: When a tree falls in Clear Creek Forest

A Conceptual System Modeling Approach to Ecological Integrity Planning: A case study of the greater Kluane Region, Yukon

Promoting Landscape Connectivity in the Algonquin to Adirondack (A2A) Region through Municipal Planning: The Greater Park Ecosystem (GPE) Mapping Project

An Approach to Aquatic Ecosystem Recovery in the Thames River Watershed

Fire Management Efforts in Ontario’s Protected Areas: A Synopsis

Decision Support Systems for the use of Prescribed Fire to Maintain and/or Restore Tallgrass Prairie, Savanna, Red Oak and White Pine Ecosystems

Determining Appropriate Fire Frequencies for Oak Savannas in Two Ontario Provincial Parks

Road Mortality Effects on the Turtle Population at St. Lawrence Islands National Park

GIS information in Ontario Parks

Testing the Robustness of the Protected Area System in Ontario: The Temporal Dimension

Ontario’s Protected Area Network – past, present, future: an NGO perspective

Management Planning for Komoka, a Near-urban Provincial Park

Reconstructing the Built Rural Heritage in Southwestern Ontario

Protected Areas and Watershed Planning with Special Reference to the Grand River

Summary of Research Activities (1996-2003) within the southwest Zone, Ontario Parks

Escarpment Centre Ontario (ECO)

The Environment Bill of Rights: Accountability and Transparency in environmental Decision-Making

Climate Change and Variability: Implications at the Scale of the Watershed

A Citizen Science-based Approach to Monitoring Bird Populations

A Sampling Unit Probability Estimator (SUPE) Survey of the Wolf Population of Algonquin Park

Is “Is 12% Enough?” The right Question?

Impact of a Wetland Restoration on Groundwater in the Norfold Sand Plain

Using Prometheus to Model Fire in Algonquin Provincial Park

The Big Picture, 2002: Identifying Key Natural Areas and Linkages in Southern Ontario

What is ecosystem recovery and how should we measure it in our parks?

Tall grass prairie and savannah ANSI theme study

Control of Gulls in the Upper St. Lawrence River

A Conservation Blueprint for Terrestrial Biodiversity in the Great Lakes

Quetico Provincial Park: A Content Analysis of American Use

Canadian Crown Land Sustainable Forestry: A Values-based Approach to Managing Recreation

Heritage Landscape Guides: A Vehicle for Natural and Cultural Heritage Conservation, Appreciation and Education

Habitat Models for Waterbirds, Waterfowl broods, and Avian Guilds in Fragmented Wetlands, Upper Thames River Watershed

Credit Valley Conservation Greenlands Strategy Development

Mobile GIS in Ontario Parks

Publication: 2003 PRFO Proceedings: List
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