Assessing Cumulative Impacts to Wide-Ranging Species Across the Peace Break Region of Northeastern British Columbia

Description: With the support of the Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative (Y2Y) this report was created to assess the contributions of Site-C dam and hydro-electric development on the Peace River toward adverse regional cumulative effects, and its constraints to future conservation opportunities. The report focuses on wide-ranging species potentially sensitive to broad-scale population fragmentation in a regional context. It is intended to inform regional conservation planning through a wider audience that includes resource managers, resource stakeholders, private land stewards, environmental advocates, the general public, and other researchers.

Key Words: Site-C, hydro-electric development, Peace River, cumulative effects, population fragmentation

Lead Organization  Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative
Regional Focus  Peace River
Status  Complete
Website y2y.net/work/appsy2ypeacebreakcarnivoreceareportfinal.pdf
Primary Contact  Clayton Apps

E: clayton.apps@telus.net

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