Atlantic Canada Conservation Data Centre

Since 1997, the Atlantic Canada Conservation Data Centre has worked with partners to assess the conservation status of 9,900+ New Brunswick species, and to record occurences of the 1,700+ species among these that are of conservation concern in a database. Through extensive field research, their biologists have documented tens of thousands of rare species records, including hundreds of new species for the Atlantic Provinces and many new species for Canada. Consultation of their data is a standard part of environmental impact assessment, species at risk status assessment and protected areas planning and they hope it will eventually become a standard part of forest management. Additional information.

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