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Tags: Conservation

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Last Modified

July 3, 2017

Description

This file contains a table listing of all tracked ecological communities that Alberta Conservation Information Management System (ACIMS) is actively collecting information on and processing element occurrences (EOs) for because they are elements that current information suggests are rare or of...


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Last Modified

July 1, 2017

Description

This is a spatial file of locations (generalized to a township) of species that are rare (or of conservation concern) but in these instances the precise location details cannot be distributed without due cause. In most cases these locations are not freely available because the species are legally...


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Last Modified

June 4, 2014

Description

Natural ecological communities are defined as recurring assemblages of plant species; the species occurring together because they respond similarly to a variety of site attributes (Grossman et al 1994). The species that make up the assemblage often show an affinity or association with each other...


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Last Modified

December 1, 2008

Description

Species at risk are the most vulnerable components of Alberta's biodiversity. The integrity of Alberta's ecosystems is dependent on their continued presence. An effective strategy is needed to sustain these rare and threatened species. Alberta's Strategy for the Management of Species at Risk...


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Last Modified

December 1, 2000

Description

The Canadian Shield ecoregion is one of six natural regions found in Alberta. It is restricted to the extreme northeastern part of the province (Strong & Leggat 1992). This region is further divided into the Kazan Upland and Athabasca Plain that are located north and south of Lake Athabasca,...


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Last Modified

October 1, 1997

Description

Public lands in Alberta include a wide diversity of landscapes and ecosystems. It's important to ensure that management of these lands takes into account their ecological significance and sensitivity. Conservation and protection are important aspects of public land management. Therefore,...