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Landscape Weighted Prioritization for the Georgia Basin and Puget Trough: Willamette Valley - Puget Trough - Georgia Basin Ecoregional Assessment


Original Data Basin Creation Date
2012-02-29 08:41:49
Original Data Basin Modified Date
2012-02-29 08:41:49


Priority Conservation Areas for the Willamette Valley - Puget Trough - Georgia Basin Ecoregion. October, 2003. The Willamette Valley-Puget Trough-Georgia Basin ecoregion is a long ribbon of broad valley lowlands and inland sea flanked by the rugged Cascade and coastal mountain ranges of British Columbia, Washington, and Oregon. It encompasses some 5,550,000 ha of Pacific inlet, coastal lowlands, islands, and intermontane lowland, and extends from the Sunshine Coast and eastern lowland of Vancouver Island along Georgia Strait, south through Puget Sound and the extensive plains and river floodplains in the Willamette Valley. Five expert technical teams collaborated on a series of analyses based on methods developed byThe Nature Conservancy [...]


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Pierre Iachetti
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The Nature Conservancy, the Nature Conservancy of Canada, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, the Washington State Natural Heritage Program, the Oregon State Natural Heritage Information Center, and the British Columbia Conservation Data Centre., The Nature Conservancy (2003) and Environment Canada (1986).
Harvested on Fri May 23 09:37:44 MDT 2014 from Data Basin Service

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UniqueKey Data Basin 2a8ed6adb0d14802b75404579a259771

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