Integrated resource management action plan for the bay and laval river sector

The purpose of this project is to promote the protection, enhancement and sustainable use of the resources of forest and aquatic wildlife habitats in the bay and Laval river areas. This approach follows the acquisition of knowledge of 13 sites of ecological interest, the results of which can be found in the Intervention guide for the protection and enhancement of coastal habitats of interest. Of all the habitats in the lower estuary, the relative ecological importance of the Laval bay area was considered to be very high. In view of the presence of several species of fish of interest in the bay and the Laval river, including salmon, sea trout and smelt, one of the most important clam production areas in Quebec, Important colonies of birds on Laval island, which has been granted wildlife sanctuary status, and a significant concentration of migratory birds. The project also aims to improve the current situation by involving local stakeholders including residents, users and resource persons from different ministries and institutions in an integrated resource management approach.

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Metadata Reference Date(s) June 23, 2022 (Creation)
June 23, 2022 (Revision)
Dataset Reference Date(s) March 30, 2017 (Creation)
February 21, 2020 (Revision)
Frequency of Update As Needed

Responsible Party 1
Affiliation
Comité ZIP de la Rive Nord de l'Estuaire
Role
Originator
Responsible Party 2
Name
Marie Karine Maltais
Affiliation
Comité ZIP de la Rive Nord de l'Estuaire
Email
marie.karine.maltais@zipnord.qc.ca
Role
Point of Contact

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Title Integrated resource management action plan for the bay and laval river sector
Description

The purpose of this project is to promote the protection, enhancement and sustainable use of the resources of forest and aquatic wildlife habitats in the bay and Laval river areas. This approach follows the acquisition of knowledge of 13 sites of ecological interest, the results of which can be found in the Intervention guide for the protection and enhancement of coastal habitats of interest. Of all the habitats in the lower estuary, the relative ecological importance of the Laval bay area was considered to be very high. In view of the presence of several species of fish of interest in the bay and the Laval river, including salmon, sea trout and smelt, one of the most important clam production areas in Quebec, Important colonies of birds on Laval island, which has been granted wildlife sanctuary status, and a significant concentration of migratory birds. The project also aims to improve the current situation by involving local stakeholders including residents, users and resource persons from different ministries and institutions in an integrated resource management approach.

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Report:

Use report source identification + " Published on St. Lawrence Global Observatory-SLGO. [https://slgo.ca]. Access date: [YYYY-MM-DD]."

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Scope Dataset
Status Completed
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Resource Date 1
Date
2017-03-30
Type
Creation
Resource Date 2
Date
2020-02-21
Type
Revision
Maintenance and update frequency As Needed
Point of Contact
Point of Contact 1
Name
Marie Karine Maltais
Affiliation
Comité ZIP de la Rive Nord de l'Estuaire
Email
marie.karine.maltais@zipnord.qc.ca
Role
Point of Contact
Responsible Party
Responsible Party 1
Affiliation
Comité ZIP de la Rive Nord de l'Estuaire
Role
Originator
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North Bounding Latitude 48.8415532
South Bounding Latitude 48.7200671
East Bounding Longitude -68.9292872
West Bounding Longitude -69.115148
Temporal Extent
Begin
2001-09-01
End
2003-05-31
Default Locale French
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