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    Bog Dynamics - Kouchibouguac

    Peatlands are valuable ecosystems due to their critical ecological functions, however these sensitive habitats are vulnerable to various anthropogenic (e.g., peat-moss extraction, forestry or land-use practices, hydrological modifications, fragmentation, infrastructures); atmospheric (e.g., acid...
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    Parks Canada
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  • Federal

    Eastern Red-Backed Salamander - Bruce Peninsula

    Redback salamanders have a long lifespan, small home ranges and high site fidelity. They breathe entirely through their skin and the tissue lining in their mouths, which makes them sensitive to air- and waterborne pollutants, and thus a good indicator of environmental quality. Bruce Peninsula...
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    Parks Canada
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  • Federal

    Water Quality - Kouchibouguac

    The Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment (CCME) has designed a Water Quality Index (WQI) to translate complex water quality data into an overall integrated score from 0-100. This score is based on the number of measured variables, which have observations exceeding water quality...
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    Parks Canada
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  • Federal

    Cancer in Young People in Canada Data Tool

    The Cancer in Young People in Canada (CYP-C) Data Tool provides pan-Canadian surveillance data on children and youth with cancer to inform research and planning for cancer control efforts. The CYP-C surveillance system operates through a collaboration between the Public Health Agency of Canada,...
    Organization:
    Public Health Agency of Canada
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  • Federal

    Salmon Thermal Stress - Kouchibouguac

    The influence of water temperature on the ecology of aquatic organisms with optimal thermal ranges is quite substantial, as these regimes regulate activity, growth, survival, and spawning behaviour. In consequence, a deviation from normal temperature ranges often cause displacement, disease, or...
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    Parks Canada
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  • Federal

    River Otter - Kouchibouguac

    River otters (Lontra canadensis) are semi-aquatic mammalian predators closely associated to freshwater resources but also linked to terrestrial habitat features, at the aquatic-terrestrial interface of riparian zones. This species is an indicator of freshwater ecosystem conditions as healthy...
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    Parks Canada
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  • Federal

    CABIN - Benthic Invertebrates - Kouchibouguac

    The Canadian Aquatic Biomonitoring Network (CABIN) is a national aquatic biomonitoring program, established and maintained by Environment and Climate Change Canada, to provide a standardized protocol for the ecological assessment of freshwater ecosystems with the use of benthic macroinvertebrate...
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    Parks Canada
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  • Federal

    Salamanders - Kouchibouguac

    Plethodontid salamanders are ‘early warning’ indicators of biodiversity and forest conditions due to the high densities of populations in addition to the keystone role of this species in ecosystem processes as well as in food web dynamics. The purpose of the salamanders monitoring program at...
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    Parks Canada
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  • Federal

    Forest Dynamics - Kouchibouguac

    The Acadian forest in a natural state is one of the richest and more diverse temperate forests in the World, however it has been listed as one of six endangered forests in North America and is also the predominant ecosystem within Kouchibouguac National Park. A few key tree species of priority...
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    Parks Canada
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  • Federal

    Red-breasted Merganser - Kouchibouguac

    Red-breasted mergansers (Mergus serrator) are colonial birds found on Tern Islands, a set of three small barrier islands separated by water at high tide located within Kouchibouguac National Park. These piscivorous sea ducks are indicators for the state of the breeding islands and associated...
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    Parks Canada
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