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Providing a Regional Connectivity Perspective to Local Connectivity Conservation Decisions in the British Columbia–Washington Transboundary Region

Okanagan-Kettle Subregion Connectivity Assessment

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Creation
2017-08-28 21:33:38
Last Update
2017-08-28 21:33:38
Acquisition
2016-03

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WA Habitat Connectivity Working Group(Originator), Great Northern Landscape Conservation Cooperative(administrator), LCC Network Data Steward(administrator), 2017-08-28(creation), 2017-08-28(lastUpdate), 2016-03(Acquisition), Providing a Regional Connectivity Perspective to Local Connectivity Conservation Decisions in the British Columbia–Washington Transboundary Region

Summary

The Okanagan-Kettle subregion straddles the Canada–USA border between the Cascade Range on the west and the Monashee Mountains and Kettle Range to the east. It has been identified as a key area for maintenance and restoration of north–south and east–west wildlife habitat connectivity. At the northern extent of the shrub-steppe communities of the Columbia Plateau Ecoregion and Great Basin, it is an important area for north–south movement of shrub-steppe habitats and species; and as the central area between two major mountain ranges, it is important for maintaining movement of large carnivores and their prey.The analysis and connectivity maps we present in this report build on previous work by the Washington Wildlife Habitat Connectivity [...]

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