Salmon Watersheds Program

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Developing a Vision for Salmon Monitoring and Stewardship on British Columbia’s Central Coast

This project documented a shared vision for salmon monitoring and stewardship on the Central Coast of BC, as part of a collaboration with the Central Coast Indigenous Resource Alliance, the Kitasoo/ Xai’xais, Nuxalk, Heiltsuk and Wuikinuxv First Nations, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, and independent salmon experts.

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Exploring how incomplete information affects the biological status assessments shown on the Pacific Salmon Explorer

This project evaluated how common assumptions surrounding the expansion of spawner abundance, assignment of catch to salmon Conservation Units, and age-at-return may bias the biological status visualized in the Pacific Salmon Explorer.

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Prioritizing Conservation Strategies for Pacific Salmon on the Central Coast of British Columbia

This project hosted a strategic planning exercise for salmon conservation on BC's Central Coast, using the Priority Threat Management (PTM) framework as a decision-support tool.

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The Fraser Region: A Snapshot of Salmon Populations and Their Habitats

This project provides an overview of the status of 54 salmon Conservation Units in BC's Fraser region. These snapshots of salmon status summarize the best available data for describing the dynamics and characteristics of salmon populations and their habitats in the region.

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The Vancouver Island & Mainland Inlets Region: A Snapshot of Salmon Populations and Their Habitats

This project provides an overview of the status of 88 salmon Conservation Units on BC's Vancouver Island and Mainland Inlets region. These snapshots of salmon status summarize the best available data for describing the dynamics and characteristics of salmon populations and their habitats in the region.

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