This appendix is part of a report that focuses on one component of an overall strategy for identifying, scoping, assessing and managing cumulative effects within Northeast British Columbia, namely the use of science-based management indicators and thresholds as a tool to clearly identify desired environmental outcomes. The report introduces the innovative concept of tiered ecological management thresholds linked to land use management zones as a cumulative effects management tool. This appendix provides the case study for the Sukunka representative area and provides information on regional settings, development and resource trends, applies the candidate indicators and thresholds proposed in the main report, and links these to historical fish and wildlife trends.
Salmo Consulting Inc., Diversified Environmental Services, GAIA Consultants Inc. 2003. Appendix 3: Sukunka Cumulative Effects Case Study. Cumulative Effects Assessment and Management for Northeast British Columbia. Volume 2. 122 pages.