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Peel watershed atlas [conservation values and land use in the Peel River watershed]: a working draft atlas of physical, biological and cultural features of the Peel River watershed

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2004

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Canadian, Parks, and Wilderness Society, Yukon Chapter, 2004, Peel watershed atlas [conservation values and land use in the Peel River watershed]: a working draft atlas of physical, biological and cultural features of the Peel River watershed: Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society, Yukon Chapter (CPAWS-Yukon): Whitehorse, Yukon.

Summary

a wide range of people and groups have interests in the Peel River watershed, from community people who rely on the watershed for drinking water, big game outfitters and tourism operators who guide here, trappers who use trap-lines, members of the public who pursue outdoor recreation activities, conservationists who seek the protection of important ecological areas, to businesses and industries that seek to explore for oil, gas and mineral resources or pursue other economic activities. It is important that this wide range of interests be considered when developing a land use and conservation plan. Although lots of information exists for some aspects of the Peel watershed, others are not nearly as well known. This atlas shows existing [...]

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