Grizzly Bear Population Estimates

Grizzly Bear Population Estimates This record contains Grizzly Bear population estimates for British Columbia for multiple years: 2012, 2015 and 2018. The 2012 Grizzly Bear population estimate report for British Columbia report is available here: http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/fw/wildlife/docs/Grizzly_Bear_Pop_Est_Report_Final_2012.pdf. The 2018 Grizzly Bear population estimate report for British Columbia report is available here: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/environment/plants-animals-and-ecosystems/wildlife-wildlife-habitat/grizzly-bears/grizzly_bear_pop_est_report_2018_final.pdf Grizzly Bear population estimates for 2015 & 2018 are provided below in tabular comma separated value (.csv) file format, as well as a zipped (.zip) Esri file geodatabase (.gdb) spatial data file format. There is no spatial difference between the 2015 & 2018 spatial data polygons, as only the population estimate numbers in the spatial data's attribute table were updated (and only if a change in population estimates occurred from 2015 to 2018). 2015 population estimates are based on 2012 numbers, but adjusted to the revised GBPU sub-units. The 2015 & 2018 population estimates in the comma separated value (.csv) tables are provided in two units: 1. Grizzly Bear Population Unit (GBPU) and 2. GBPU sub-unit. The sub-units are composed of Grizzly Bear Population Unit (GBPU), Wildlife Management Unit (WMU), Limited Entry Hunting (LEH) and National Park boundaries, taken at the time of this data's creation. _Note that that these boundaries are not coincident. Slight adjustments have been made to some polygons where needed to align the original linework to create the GBPU sub-units._ _Therefore, do not dissolve the GBPU sub-units to replicate the source data._ Bear density is given in number of bears per 1,000 square kilometers, based on the net polygon area. The net polygon area excludes ice and water features from the Baseline Thematic Mapping dataset (https://catalogue.data.gov.bc.ca/dataset/134fdc69-7b0c-4c50-b77c-e8f2553a1d40). Ice and water features can be identified by using this selection criteria: PRESENT_LAND_USE_LABEL IN ('Fresh Water', 'Salt Water', 'Glaciers and Snow'). Please view the PDF file below for more information on the data change history, and for a description of the spatial data attribute fields: BC_Grizzly_population_estimates_2015_and_2018_by_GBPU_population_sub_units_metadata.pdf Grizzly Bear population units are available here: https://catalogue.data.gov.bc.ca/dataset/caa22f7a-87df-4f31-89e0-d5295ec5c725 Grizzly Bear Conservation Ranking results table is available here: https://catalogue.data.gov.bc.ca/dataset/e08876a1-3f9c-46bf-b69a-3d88de1da725 Grizzly Bear reports are available here: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/environment/plants-animals-ecosystems/wildlife/wildlife-conservation/grizzly-bear 2024-02-21 Government of British Columbia Garth.Mowat@gov.bc.ca Form DescriptorsNature and EnvironmentScience and TechnologyGrizzlyenvironmental reportinggrizzly beargrizzly bear populationpopulationpopulation estimatestateofenvironmentGovernment information BC Grizzly population estimates 2015 and 2018 by GBPU population units.csvCSV https://catalogue.data.gov.bc.ca/dataset/2bf91935-9158-4f77-9c2c-4310480e6c29/resource/6406840f-9525-4544-9c36-e725fb2e399a/download/bc_grizzly_population_estimates_2015_and_2018_by_gbpu_population_units.csv BC Grizzly population estimate 2012.csvCSV https://catalogue.data.gov.bc.ca/dataset/2bf91935-9158-4f77-9c2c-4310480e6c29/resource/4eca8c5c-ed25-46c1-835c-3d9f84b807e1/download/grizzlypopulationestimate2012.csv BC Grizzly population estimates 2015 and 2018 by GBPU population sub units.csvCSV https://catalogue.data.gov.bc.ca/dataset/2bf91935-9158-4f77-9c2c-4310480e6c29/resource/5ef8efa5-0ff9-46bd-b0e0-6b995519e550/download/bc_grizzly_population_estimates_2015_and_2018_by_gbpu_population_sub_units.csv BC Grizzly population estimates 2015 and 2018 by GBPU population sub units spatial.gdbFGDB/GDB https://catalogue.data.gov.bc.ca/dataset/2bf91935-9158-4f77-9c2c-4310480e6c29/resource/9408c126-7c2b-4db8-b0f2-05f9af8b980c/download/bc_grizzly_population_estimates_2015_and_2018_by_gbpu_population_sub_units_spatial.gdb.zip Original metadata (https://catalogue.data.gov.bc.ca)HTML https://catalogue.data.gov.bc.ca/dataset/grizzly-bear-population-estimates BC Grizzly population estimates 2015 and 2018 by GBPU population sub units metadata.pdfPDF https://catalogue.data.gov.bc.ca/dataset/2bf91935-9158-4f77-9c2c-4310480e6c29/resource/7d37eda2-e6d8-4238-ad31-1273dcc2171a/download/bc_grizzly_population_estimates_2015_and_2018_by_gbpu_population_sub_units_metadata.pdf

This record contains Grizzly Bear population estimates for British Columbia for multiple years: 2012, 2015 and 2018. The 2012 Grizzly Bear population estimate report for British Columbia report is available here: http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/fw/wildlife/docs/Grizzly_Bear_Pop_Est_Report_Final_2012.pdf. The 2018 Grizzly Bear population estimate report for British Columbia report is available here: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/environment/plants-animals-and-ecosystems/wildlife-wildlife-habitat/grizzly-bears/grizzly_bear_pop_est_report_2018_final.pdf Grizzly Bear population estimates for 2015 & 2018 are provided below in tabular comma separated value (.csv) file format, as well as a zipped (.zip) Esri file geodatabase (.gdb) spatial data file format. There is no spatial difference between the 2015 & 2018 spatial data polygons, as only the population estimate numbers in the spatial data's attribute table were updated (and only if a change in population estimates occurred from 2015 to 2018). 2015 population estimates are based on 2012 numbers, but adjusted to the revised GBPU sub-units. The 2015 & 2018 population estimates in the comma separated value (.csv) tables are provided in two units: 1. Grizzly Bear Population Unit (GBPU) and 2. GBPU sub-unit. The sub-units are composed of Grizzly Bear Population Unit (GBPU), Wildlife Management Unit (WMU), Limited Entry Hunting (LEH) and National Park boundaries, taken at the time of this data's creation. Note that that these boundaries are not coincident. Slight adjustments have been made to some polygons where needed to align the original linework to create the GBPU sub-units. Therefore, do not dissolve the GBPU sub-units to replicate the source data. Bear density is given in number of bears per 1,000 square kilometers, based on the net polygon area. The net polygon area excludes ice and water features from the Baseline Thematic Mapping dataset (https://catalogue.data.gov.bc.ca/dataset/134fdc69-7b0c-4c50-b77c-e8f2553a1d40). Ice and water features can be identified by using this selection criteria: PRESENT_LAND_USE_LABEL IN ('Fresh Water', 'Salt Water', 'Glaciers and Snow'). Please view the PDF file below for more information on the data change history, and for a description of the spatial data attribute fields: BC_Grizzly_population_estimates_2015_and_2018_by_GBPU_population_sub_units_metadata.pdf Grizzly Bear population units are available here: https://catalogue.data.gov.bc.ca/dataset/caa22f7a-87df-4f31-89e0-d5295ec5c725 Grizzly Bear Conservation Ranking results table is available here: https://catalogue.data.gov.bc.ca/dataset/e08876a1-3f9c-46bf-b69a-3d88de1da725 Grizzly Bear reports are available here: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/environment/plants-animals-ecosystems/wildlife/wildlife-conservation/grizzly-bear

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