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All of Raincoast’s published popular reports and books.


Ghost Runs: The Future of Wild Salmon on BC’s North and Central Coasts

Published on 2002.12.01 | by Raincoast | in Reports & Books

Raincoast’s recently published report on BC’s salmon stocks says new ways of managing Pacific salmon must be implemented if wild salmon, and the food web that depends on salmon, are to remain on BC’s central and north coasts. The report brings together conservation and academic interests to examine the issues surrounding the management of wild […]

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Losing Ground: The decline in fish and wildlife law enforcement capability in BC and Alaska

Published on 2002.11.18 | by Raincoast | in Reports & Books

Authored by Dr. Brian Horejsi, Losing Ground analyzes the respective conservation enforcement capabilities of coastal BC and southeast Alaska. A comparison of the two jurisdictions reveals an enormous gap in enforcement capability between BC and Alaska. In every component compared, fish and wildlife enforcement capability in coastal BC did not measure up to Alaska fish […]

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Losing Ground: Executive Summary

Published on 2002.11.17 | by Raincoast | in Reports & Books

Authored by Dr. Brian Horejsi, Losing Ground analyzes the respective conservation enforcement capabilities of coastal BC and southeast Alaska. A comparison of the two jurisdictions reveals an enormous gap in enforcement capability between BC and Alaska. View the report in .PDF

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Yeo Island Wolf Home Site Recommendations

Published on 2002.03.16 | by Raincoast | in Reports & Books

A proposed solution to the potential conflict between the home site requirements of wolves and areas targeted for timber harvest.  Darimont and Paquet. 2002. Prepared for the Heiltsuk Nation  and Western Forest Products. View the report in .PDF

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The Gray Wolves (Canis Lupus) of British Columbia’s Coastal Rainforests

Published on 2001.01.01 | by Raincoast | in Reports & Books

Darimont and Paquet. Wolf-deer systems in the Great Bear Rainforest face a significant threat from large-scale industrial clearcut logging. Recognizing this threat, the Coastal Wolf Project is part of Raincoast’s mandate to support ecological research so that information can be applied to land-use plans that will dictate the future of this invaluable landscape. View the […]

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Conservation Areas Design for the Central Coast of British Columbia (2000) Executive Summary only

Published on 2000.01.01 | by Raincoast | in Reports & Books

Richard Jeo, M.A. Sanjayan, Dennis Sizemore Over the last century, the North American coastal temperate rainforest, a globally rare ecosystem, has been reduced by human activities, primarily logging, to about half its former range. However, large, contiguous, relatively intact areas remain in the central coast of British Columbia (BC) – a region where viable populations […]

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