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Abstract There are now at least eleven “threatened” Grizzly population “units” in British Columbia and one quarter of the province is now either without Grizzlies (8%) or occupied by threatened populations (16%). B.C. Grizzly populations are moving toward extinction in more than 25% of the...
Abstract Fortune Bay on the south coast is an exception to the general decline in lobster landings that prevailed around Newfoundland during the 1990s. High landings not only continued beyond the early 1990s peak for the island as a whole but have actually continued increasing to unprecedented...
Abstract Protected areas are a critical tool for sustainable biodiversity management, but their governance is constrained by the historical exclusion of the local communities and Indigenous Peoples. This paper argues that the effective participation of local stakeholders would make the protected...
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