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Dehcho “Working Draft” Land Use Map, Terms and Policy Recommendations Comments from CPAWS-NWT Jennifer Morin and Greg Yeoman March 31, 2005. 0utline Who is CPAWS-NWT? CPAWS-NWT’s Overall Comments Nahanni Ecoregion Representation Cumulative Effects Summary. Landscape Connectivity.

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Dehcho “Working Draft” Land Use Map, Terms and Policy Recommendations

Comments from CPAWS-NWT

Jennifer Morin and Greg Yeoman

March 31, 2005

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Who is CPAWS-NWT?

CPAWS-NWT’s Overall Comments

Nahanni

Ecoregion Representation

Cumulative Effects

Summary

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Pringle, C. 2001. Hydrologic Connectivity and the Management of Biological Reserves: A Global Perspective. Ecological Applications (Ecological Issues in Conservation) Vol. 11, No. 4, 981-998 pp.

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Pringle, C. 2001. Hydrologic Connectivity and the Management of Biological Reserves: A Global Perspective. Ecological Applications (Ecological Issues in Conservation) Vol. 11, No. 4, 981-998 pp

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Cumulative Effects

Current and Past Land Use to 2001

Cumulative Effects Estimate 2001

Cumulative Effects Estimate 2010

Cumulative Effects Estimate 2050

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Summary:
  • Excellent protection of the land through large Conservation Zones and connections between them
  • Designate entire South Nahanni Watershed as a Conservation Zone
    • 3rd Party interests as non-conforming uses
    • Mining is biggest threat to ecological values of the area
  • Maintain current water quality in the South Nahanni Watershed
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Summary (cont’d):
  • Do not allow all-weather road access in the South Nahanni Watershed
  • Consider a Conservation Zone in the Peel River Plateau ecoregion
  • Excellent cumulative effects measures, support full implementation
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