Prioritizing Strategies for Pacific Salmon Recovery and the Persistence on the BC Central Coast
|Author||Pacific Salmon Foundation|
|Document Type||visual abstract|
|Related Species||chinook, chum, coho, pink, sockeye|
|Subjects||salmon, Priority Threat Management, PMT, Central Coast, conservation, restoration, Conservation Units|
|Download File||Download lib_456.pdf, 1.1 MB|
A visual abstract, complementing the BC Central Coast: Prioritizing Strategies for Pacific Salmon Recovery and Persistence report. This report describes the results of a project to prioritize strategies to manage and reduce threats to Pacific salmon on the Central Coast of British Columbia. Using a decision-support tool — the Priority Threat Management (PTM) framework — we worked with regional salmon experts to quantify the benefits, costs and feasibility of implementing different salmon conservation strategies.