2001 PRFO Proceedings | Protected Areas and Ecological Integrity

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p7-18) Merriam
Ecological Integrity in Parks

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p19-24) Seutin
Ecological Integrity and Parks Canada

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p25-35) Jalava, Riley, Zammit, Sorrit, Holden and Henson
Big Picture Applications of Bioregional Planning in Ontario

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p37-45) Lipsett-Moore
Ecological Integrity in Parks and Protected Areas in Australia: Concept and Reality

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p47-52) Schwartzel and Miller
Human Dimensions of Ecosystem Based Planning Using the Environmental Bill of Rights (EBR) To Change Perspectives on Ecosystem Planning

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p55-58) Crins
Perspectives on Protected Areas

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p59-65) VanLondersele
Conservation Authorities and Ecological Integrity

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p67-71) Sportza
Urban Protected Areas & Ecological Integrity

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p73-80) Smith
Promoting Environmentally Sustainable Agricultural Practices

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p81-86) General errata
PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p81-86) General
Ecological Integrity and First Nations

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p87-91) Iacobelli
Ecological Integrity and Protected Areas: A brief review of current concepts and practices

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p93-96) Bradshaw
Comments and Observations from an Outsider: Organizational Behaviour and Ecological Integrity

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p99-101) Slocombe
Rapporteur Comments on Panel Discussion

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p103-107) Wilkinson
Rapporteur’s Report on the Ecological Integrity Presentations: A View from a Member of the Panel on the Ecological Integrity of Canada’s National Parks

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p113-122) Manuel-Navarrete, Dolderman and Kay
A Historical Overview of the Ecological Integrity Concept

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p123-132) Wilkinson
Ecosystem Fragmentation in Ontario: Using corridors in Protected Areas Planning

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p133-138) Towle and Normand
Conserving Biodiversity in an Urbanizing Landscape

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p139-150) Campbell and Thomas
Criteria for Evaluating Protective Parks Legislation: How Does Ontario Measure Up?

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p151-160) Baggio
Conservation Opportunities and Challenges outside Las Nubes and Los Cusingos in Southern Costa Rica

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p161-168) Paleczny and Rowe
A Class Environmental Assessment for Ontario’s Provincial Parks and Conservation Reserves

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p169-175) Mallany
A Natural Heritage Strategy for the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Southcentral Region

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p179-186) Paleczny
The Human Component of Resource Management at Bruce Peninsula National Park

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p187-192) Mulrooney
Recreation Resource Assessment in Ontario’s Provincial Parks and Conservation Reserves

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p193-200) Mosedale
Mountain Biking in the Canadian Rocky Mountains: A Situational Analysis

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p201-208) Deschamps
Biodiversity and Social Benefits in Community-Based Forest Management: The Leuser Ecosystem, Indonesia

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p209-216) Kennedy
Exploring Community Dynamics in Protected Areas: The Case of Dongzhai Nature Reserve in Hainan Province, China

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p219-224) Holt and Yan
Recovery Pathways of Zooplankton Communities in Acidified Lakes of Killarney Provincial Park, Ontario

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p225-235) Byrne and Bitton
Sand Transport and Water Level Change at Pinery Provincial Park, Ontario

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p237-241) Upton, Moore, Pitkanen, Quirouette and Zorn
Integrating Research and Outreach at Georgian Bay Islands National Park

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p243-250) Firanski, Falkenberg, Koh and Bazely
Characteristics of expanding and stable populations of garlic mustard in Carolinian parks

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p251-260) Wiersma and Nudds
“Footprints” in parks: using GIS to measure human impact in two of Ontario’s national parks

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p261-266) Craig and Vaughan
EMAN, and Protected Areas: Cooperating in Providing Information for Ecozone and Local Ecosystem Management

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p267-279) Vasarhelyi, Thomas and Nudds
Capacity of Ontario’s Parks to Sustain Large Carnivores

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p281-290) Howe, Obbard and Schaefer
Population viability of black bears on the Bruce Peninsula, Ontario

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p293-300) Preston and Nelson
Landscape Guides for the Niagara Escarpment: A Vehicle for Heritage Conservation and Planning

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p302-306) Thomson
Protecting Cultural Landscapes: The Challenge of Old Order Amish and Mennonite Heritage in Waterloo Region

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p307-329) Nelson
National Parks and Protected Areas as Building Blocks for Regional Conservation Planning in Canada and the USA

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p333-351) Tagliavia, Bazely and Koh
A Study of Prescribe Burns, Tree and Shrub Layer in Oak Savanna Plant Communities in Southern Ontario: Pinery Provincial Park, Rondeau Provincial Park and Point Pelee National Park

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p355-362) Davidson
Toward and Ecological Monitoring Program for Ontario’s Provincial Parks and Conservation Reserves

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p363-369) Sharp and Tegler
An Approach for Monitoring in Ontario’s Provincial Parks and Protected Areas Executive Summary

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p371-373) Bazely
Panel Commentary: An Approach for Monitoring in Ontario’s Provincial Parks and Protected Areas

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p375-377) Dowling
Panel commentary: An Approach for Monitoring in Ontario’s Provincial Parks and Protected Areas

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p379-386) Drysdale and OGrady
An Example from Elswhere: Meeting the Challenge of Ecological Research and Monitoring: The Case of Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p387-388) Whitelaw and Upton
Rapporteur’s Summary of Workshop Presentations and Discussion

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p389-390) Sharp and Tegler
Consultant’s Response to the Presentations and Discussion at the Workshop

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p391-392) Porter
Presentation of Participants Comments from Questionnaire

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p393-397) Feilders
Special Session on Ontario Parks Monitoring Framework: Closing Remarks

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p399) Nelson – Concluding Observations
Concluding Observations on the Special Session on the Proposed Monitoring Framework for Ontario Parks

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p403-409) Finkelstein and Davis
The Paleoenvironmental Reconstruction of Rondeau Provincial Park: Implications for Conservation

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p411-414) Grigg, Brdar and Peets
Stewardship Planning for Ontario Parks Legacy 2000 Sites in South Eastern Ontario

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p415-416) Brdar, Grigg and Peets
Research Strategy for South Eastern Zone of Ontario Parks

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p417-422) Wright and Marchand
Important Bird Areas (IBAs) within the Southwestern Zone, Ontario Parks

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p423-466) Wright and Marchand
A Summary of Recent Research Activities within the South-western Zone, Ontario Parks

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p427-430) Sibbald and Ireton
An Ecological Dilemma

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p433) Heale Abstract
Viability of Expanding Ecotourism within Windy Lake Provincial Park

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p433-434) Squires Abstract
Planning and Management at the Lower Kananaski River: The Opportunities and Challenges for Future Management

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PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p434-435) Mason Abstract
Challenges and Opportunities to Managing Recreation for the Georgian Bay Island Archipelago

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p435) Dixit, Dixit, Smol, Joynt, Gunn and Keller Abstract
Assessment of Pre-Industrial Conditions and Long-Term Environmental Trends in Park Lakes

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p436-437) Blazeski, Leggo and Zorn Abstract
Applying an Adaptive Management Approach to Ecological Integrity Monitoring at St. Lawrence Islands National Park

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p436) Shear Abstract
Monitoring in the Great Lakes Basin Ecosystem

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p437-438) Myers and Curran Abstract
Operationalizing Ecological Integrity within Ecosystem Management of Quetico Provincial Park Using Prescribed Forest Fires

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p437) Koh and Bazely Abstract
Multiple Scale Effects of Overgrazing by White-tailed Deer (Odocoileus virginianus) in Eastern Deciduous (Carolinian) Forests

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p438-439) Suffling, Parks and Kachi Abstract
Preserving Biodiversity in a Burned Park Forest

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p439-440) Ravindra Abstract
The Role of Biosphere Reserves in Working towards Ecological Integrity: Case Example of Frontenac Axis Biosphere Reserve

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p439) Bloom, Mallik, Lewis and Power Abstract
Relationships Between Forest Fires, Habitat Change and Ecological Integrity in Terra Nova National Park, NF

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p440-441) Fisher Abstract
Ontario’s Living Legacy (OLL) Regulations Project – Poster Presentation

PRFO-2001-Proceedings (p441) Beechey, Duncan, Turner, Kanter and Powell Abstract
Ontario Parks Legacy 2000: From Morris Tract to Clear Creek – Poster Presentation

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