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Publication: 2004 PRFO Proceedings: Welcome


Friday 04 June 2004

Three Protected Areas Divided by a Common History: Management and Research in Quetico Provincial Park, the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and Voyageurs National Park

Protected Areas and the Conservation of the Boreal Forest: Contributions of Research in the Past, Present and Future

A National Marine Conservation Area Proposal for Lake Superior: Challenges, Opportunities and Research Needs

Natural Successional Dynamics of Boreal Forests in Norteastern Ontario

Post-fire Regeneration of Boreal Forests in Northeastern Ontario

Ecological Restoration in Parks and Protected Areas: Using Protected Areas for Testing Methods of Restoring Forest Communities

Climate Change and Ontario’s Provincial Parks: A Preliminary Analysis of Potential Impacts and Implications for Policy, Planning and Management

The Importance of Polar Bear Provincial Park to the Southern Hudson Bay Polar Bear Population in the Context of Future Climate Change

Climate Change and Recreation in Ontario Parks

Losses of Amphibians and Reptiles at Point Pelee National Park

Back to the Future: Designing Protected Areas Using Data on Historical Species’ Distributions

Great Lakes Conservation Blueprint for Terrestrial Biodiversity on the Canadian Shield

The Ontario Benthos Biomonitoring Network

Challenges within the Ontario’s Living Legacy (OLL) Inventory Program for the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources-Northeast Region

Assessing the Carpathian Ecoregion Initiative (CEI)

Restoring Nature in German National Parks: Policy and Case Studies

The Challenges of Collaborative Land-Use Planning: A Case Study of the Kawartha Highlands Signature Site

The Story of Parks: Reflections on Interpretation in Canada’s National Parks

Progress in Integration of Social Science in the Parks Canada Science Strategy

Implementing Capacity-Building, Respect, Equity, and Empowerment, CREE, in the Social Sciences

The Study of the Economic and Social Benefits of the Nine Ontario’s Living Legacy Signature Sites

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

Review of: Study of the Economic and Social Benefits of the Nine Ontario Living Legacy Signature Sites

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