1999 PRFO Proceedings | Parks and Protected Areas in Southern Ontario

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p11-22) Pollock-Ellwand and Nelson
Land Use History, Landscape Change and the Role of Parks and Protected Areas

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p23-48) Beechey, Gray, Boyd and Roskiewicz
Southern Ontarios Natural Heritg Estate: Ecolological Perspectives and Information, Research and Science Needs

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p49-56) McNamee
Human and Social Aspects of Protected Area Networks

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p59-61) Immerseel
Science, Information and Research: Ontario’s Park and Protected Areas in South Eastern Ontario

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p63-64) Barron
Responding to the Challenges

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p65-67) MacInnes
Municipal Interest in Parks and Protected Area Research

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p69-71) Hilts
Public and Private Stewardship

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p75-99) Anderson, Biasi and Buttrick
Conservation Site Selection: Ecoregional Planning for Biodiversity

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p103-105) Stephenson
We Require a Southern Ontario Conservation Needs Template

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p107-109) Murphy
Planning and Management Challenges, Research Needs and Actions in Southern Ontario: Crossing the Disciplinary an Scalar Gaps in Parks and Protected Areas

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p111-113) Gartshore
Natural Heritage Protection in Southern Parks in 1999

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p117-119) Wiken
Commentary on Planning and Management Challenges, Research Needs and Actions in Southern Ontario

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p121-122) Reid

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p123-124) Nudds
Parks and Protected Areas in Southern Ontario: Rapporteur’s Remarks on the Special Session of the 1999 Parks Research Forum of Ontario

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p131-138) Clarke
Market Analysis of the Trent University Nature Areas for Interpretive Planning

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p139-152) Stroud, Carmichael and Nelson
Researching and Communicating the Value of Provincial Parks

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p153-160) Nykiforuk and Eagles
Standards for Service Quality: Is there a place for them in the Parks Canada system?

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p161-169) Salaberry and Reid
Linking Societal Values with Biosphere Reserve Imperatives: Opportunities for Awareness

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p171-183) Lisaka, Nelson, VanOsch and Stephenson
Planning for the Conservation of the Island Arc in the West Basin of Lake Erie

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p187-196) Koh, R, Bazely and Timciska
Grazing Impacts of White-tailed Deer or “Culling Bambi to save the forest”

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p197-199) Theberge, Theberge and Sears
Algonquin Park Wolves: Losing their ecological and population integrity

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p203-210) Tegler, Sharp and Johnson
Georgian Bay Greater Ecosystem Bioregional Study – A greater park ecosystem approach to resource conservation

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p211-220) Zorn and Quirouette
Reserve Netowrk Design in the Eastern Georgian Bay Region: Modelling the Eastern Massasauga Rattlesnake

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p221-228) Sportza
Regional Approaches to Planning for Protected Areas and Conservation

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p229-239) Dempster
Relinquishing Boundaries: Metaphors for conceptualizing institutional systems

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p241-249) Armitage, Gertsch, Giles, Huang, Hui, Lenton, Scott and Suffling
Climate Change and National Parks in Ontario: A Screening Level Assessment

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p253-261) Riviere and McInnes
Developing a Methodology for Identifying Significant Woodlands

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p263-273) Goodban
An Overview and Assessment of Prairie and Oak Woodland Vegetation at Bronte Creek Provincial Park

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p275-281) Kelly and Larson
An ecological assessment of the long-term survival of ancient populations of eastern white cedars on cliff faces of the niagara escarpment

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p283-292) Milne, Ramsay and Braid
Building on the ONE Monitoring Program: Integrating Monitoring Programs in Protected Areas on the Central Niagara Escarpment

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p295-303) Ingwersen, Mewett, Wilton and Euler
Algonquin Ecosystem Headwater Study: Tyne Lake Watershed

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p305-311) Promaine
Applying Criteria and Indicators to Assess Integrity of a Boreal National Park and Adjacent Forest Management Units

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p313-321) Crofts
Ecosite Mapping of Pukaskwa National Park

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p323-327) Suffling and Nelson
The Quetico Foundation Summer Research Program

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p331-343) Lussier, Lawrence and Nelson
The Status of Natural Heritage Planning in Carolinian Canada

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p345-351) Jalava, Sorrill and Godschalk
Priority Sites for Conservation Action in Ontario: Applying the Provincial Natural Heritage Database

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p353-370) Line, Austen, Oldham and Sorrill
Representation and Conservation of Rare Plants in Ontario’s Carolinian Zone Provincial and National Parks

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p371-376) Russell, Hecnar, Mouland and Haffner
Pesticide Accumulation in Point Pelee Amphibians

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p379-387) Crowe
Distribution and Persistence of DDT at Point Pelee National Park

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p389-394) Todd, Irvine and Nelson
Assessing the Environmental Quality of Marina and Small Craft Harbours in Ontario

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p395-398) Crofts
Prescribed Fire in an Eastern White Pine stand in Pukaskwa National Park

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p399-404) Lee, Fahrig and Freemark
Relative Importance of Patch Size and Landscape Forest Cover of Forest Birds

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p405-412) Crofts and Parent
Tree Species Distributions in North-Central Ontario: Recent Observations in Pukaskwa National Park

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p413-417) Rodger and Gordon
Tallgrass Ontario

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p419-427) Murphy and Marsh
Trail System Planning, with Specific Reference to Provincial Parks in Ontario

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p429-437) Thurston and Reader
Impacts of Experimental Hiking and Mountain Biking in Deciduous Forest

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p439-443) Thornton
Monitoring Cumulative Effects of Landscape Change on the Frontenac Axis: A Preliminary Investigation

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p445-451) Durley
Issues, Options and Concerns at Komoka Provincial Park: Public Participation in the Environmental Assessment Process

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p453-457) Bowles
The Morris Tract Provincial Nature Reserve: A New Gem For Ontario’s Provincial Parks System

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p463-473) Mulrooney, Davidson and Beechey
An Analysis of the Scientific Research Undertaken in Ontario Provincial Park

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p475-480) Lussier, Van Osch and Nelson
An Assessment of Research in Ontario Provincial Parks from 1936-1998

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p481-489) Beechey, Guthrie, Duncan, Turner, Sargant and Powell
Ontario Parks Legacy 2000: Program, Planning and Science Dimensions

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p493) McLachlan and Bazely Abstract
Evaluating the Success of Deciduous Forest Restoration in Southwestern Ontario, Canada

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p494) White, Wilson, Grewal, Sears, Pisapio, Theberge, Theberge, Granacki, Lawford, Heal, Voigt, Almeida and Paquet Abstract
The Landscape Genetics of Canis species in Ontario: Unraveling Ontario’s Canis-soup

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p495) Burrows Abstract
Pukaskwa National Park and the 1998 White River Forest Plan Review: A New Definition for Transboundary Ecosystem Management

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p496) Rowland and Muan Abstract
Restoration Ecology of Cirsium Pitcheri Along Lake Huron Sand Dunes

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p497) Falkenberg, Bazely and Mouland Abstract
Restoration of Red Cedar Savanna Plant Communities in Point Pelee National Park

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p498) Nelson, Lawrence and Black Abstract
Assessing Ecosystem Conservation Plans (ECPs) for Some Canadian National Parks

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p499) Wiklund and Maun Abstract
The Distribution of Aquatic Macrophytes in the Old Qusable River Channel

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p500) Lindsay, Akwar, Barker and Reive Abstract
Recent Establishment of an Isolated Population of Ixodes Scapularis, the Vector of Lyme Borreliosis, at Point Pelee National Park, Ontario

PRFO-1999-Proceedings (p501-502) Frohlich Abstract
The Wainfleet Bog is in your backyard: understanding the total influencing physical and cultural factors to ensure successful and appropriate site rehabilitation and protection

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