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Wetland extents - Kejimkujik Wetland surface area may be strongly influenced by changing climate regime, land use change, and/or alterations in local and regional hydrological regime. Monitoring surface area provides a coarse level assessment of ecosystem change in response to potential stressors in the region. Digitized aerial photographs provides a way to track the area of non-vegetated peatlands over time. The area of non-vegetated wetland surface is tracked every 10 years using aerial photographs. 2018-03-21 Parks Canada matthew.smith@pc.gc.ca Nature and EnvironmentWetlandsSurface ExtentHydrological regimeAerial photoNova Scotia Wetland Extents - Kejimkujik - Extent DataCSV https://124gc.sharepoint.com/:x:/s/external/_layouts/15/download.aspx/EfYD17siyQRMtTWYfdML_BYB7M6EaZFeCJ-LPj0_y3ZLBA?e=YAYWAK

Wetland extents - Kejimkujik

Wetland surface area may be strongly influenced by changing climate regime, land use change, and/or alterations in local and regional hydrological regime. Monitoring surface area provides a coarse level assessment of ecosystem change in response to potential stressors in the region. Digitized aerial photographs provides a way to track the area of non-vegetated peatlands over time. The area of non-vegetated wetland surface is tracked every 10 years using aerial photographs.

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