HacheSolymosFontaineEtAl2014

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Haché, S., Solymos, P., Fontaine, T., Bayne, E., Cumming, S.G., Schmiegelow, F., Stralberg, D. (2014) Analyses to support critical habitat identification for Canada Warbler, Olivesided Flycatcher, and Common Nighthawk (Project K4B20-13-0367). Technical report, Habitat Stewardship Program for Species at Risk, Environment Canada.

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Under the Species at Risk Act (1994), Environment Canada has the mandate to complete a recovery strategy within one year of a species being listed as endangered or two years if listed as threatened or extirpated (Government of Canada 2014a). Such a strategy requires identifying the critical habitat for these species based on the best available information. Specifically, critical habitat is defined as:“habitat that is necessary for the survival or recovery of a listed wildlife species”(Government of Canada 2014a). Identifying habitat conditions that support the highest densities of individuals is a fundamental component of addressing this question. Setting aside areas with high densities is assumed to have the greatest long-term potential to stop the decline of species that are limited by the amount of breeding habitat remaining. High density areas also tend to have the highest per unit area reproductive output (Skagen and Yackel Adams 2010; Haché et al. 2013). Thus, identifying areas with high density and producing the greatest among of young, is key to defining critical habitat.

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@TECHREPORT { HacheSolymosFontaineEtAl2014,
    AUTHOR = { Haché, S. and Solymos, P. and Fontaine, T. and Bayne, E. and Cumming, S.G. and Schmiegelow, F. and Stralberg, D. },
    INSTITUTION = { Habitat Stewardship Program for Species at Risk, Environment Canada },
    TITLE = { Analyses to support critical habitat identification for Canada Warbler, Olivesided Flycatcher, and Common Nighthawk (Project K4B20-13-0367) },
    YEAR = { 2014 },
    ABSTRACT = { Under the Species at Risk Act (1994), Environment Canada has the mandate to complete a recovery strategy within one year of a species being listed as endangered or two years if listed as threatened or extirpated (Government of Canada 2014a). Such a strategy requires identifying the critical habitat for these species based on the best available information. Specifically, critical habitat is defined as:“habitat that is necessary for the survival or recovery of a listed wildlife species”(Government of Canada 2014a). Identifying habitat conditions that support the highest densities of individuals is a fundamental component of addressing this question. Setting aside areas with high densities is assumed to have the greatest long-term potential to stop the decline of species that are limited by the amount of breeding habitat remaining. High density areas also tend to have the highest per unit area reproductive output (Skagen and Yackel Adams 2010; Haché et al. 2013). Thus, identifying areas with high density and producing the greatest among of young, is key to defining critical habitat. },
}

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