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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

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

Comments from CPAWS-NWT

Jennifer Morin and Greg Yeoman

March 31, 2005


Dehcho working draft land use map terms and policy recommendations comments from cpaws nwt

0utline Recommendations

Who is CPAWS-NWT?

CPAWS-NWT’s Overall Comments

Nahanni

Ecoregion Representation

Cumulative Effects

Summary


Dehcho working draft land use map terms and policy recommendations comments from cpaws nwt

Landscape Connectivity Recommendations


Dehcho working draft land use map terms and policy recommendations comments from cpaws nwt

Pehdzeh Ki Deh Recommendations


Dehcho working draft land use map terms and policy recommendations comments from cpaws nwt

Edéhzhíe Recommendations


Dehcho working draft land use map terms and policy recommendations comments from cpaws nwt

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.


Dehcho working draft land use map terms and policy recommendations comments from cpaws nwt

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


Dehcho working draft land use map terms and policy recommendations comments from cpaws nwt

Cumulative Effects of Biological Reserves: A Global Perspective. Ecological Applications (Ecological Issues in Conservation) Vol. 11, No. 4, 981-998 pp

Current and Past Land Use to 2001

Cumulative Effects Estimate 2001

Cumulative Effects Estimate 2010

Cumulative Effects Estimate 2050


Summary
Summary: of Biological Reserves: A Global Perspective. Ecological Applications (Ecological Issues in Conservation) Vol. 11, No. 4, 981-998 pp

  • 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


Summary cont d
Summary (cont’d): of Biological Reserves: A Global Perspective. Ecological Applications (Ecological Issues in Conservation) Vol. 11, No. 4, 981-998 pp

  • 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


Dehcho working draft land use map terms and policy recommendations comments from cpaws nwt

Way to go Dehcho! of Biological Reserves: A Global Perspective. Ecological Applications (Ecological Issues in Conservation) Vol. 11, No. 4, 981-998 pp