Southern mountain caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) protection study 2017: chapter 9

Annex 2. Key maps for high elevation data

Map A1. High elevation habitat used in BC’s maps
Map of high elevation habitat BC(see long description below)
Long description for map A1

This map shows high elevation range as it is mapped by the province of BC, in pale brown. The LPU boundaries are shown in thick dark blue lines.

Map A2. High elevation habitat used in ECCC disturbance mapping
Map of high elevation habitat used in ECCC (see long description below)
Long description for map A2

This map shows high elevation range as was used by ECCC to map disturbance in non-high elevation ranges, for the purpose of this study. Different data sources are depicted as follows: wildlife habitat areas (“no harvest”, designated for caribou) are shown in pink outline, ungulate winter ranges (“no harvest”, designated for caribou) are shown in dark blue outline, high elevation summer range mapped by Seip 2015 is shown in orange diagonal lines, high elevation winter range mapped by Seip 2015 is outlined in turquoise, data from Wildlife Infometrics 2008 (equivocal or preferred habitat class) is shown with green fill, and data from the 2005 Hart and Cariboo Mountains dataset is shown in pink fill. The LPU boundaries are shown in thick grey lines.

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