This report describes the climate change vulnerability of treed habitats in the Credit River Watershed. The report is intended for a technical audience interested in the details of the methods and results of this assessment.
This document describes a protocol to conduct migratory shorebird and waterfowl surveys, in aquatic habitats, to identify Significant Wildlife Habitat (SWH).
This report outlines CVC’s method to assign local conservation status ranks (L-ranks) and identify local species of conservation concern at a watershed scale, and demonstrate its application using the fishes of the Credit River Watershed as a test case.
The wetland hydrological assessment method is an approach to characterize the hydrological regime in wetlands, for the purpose of monitoring hydrological and ecological change and guiding management and mitigation against impacts.