Conservation Framework Results
All species and ecosystems in B.C. have been run through the Conservation Framework tools, assigning conservation priorities and actions to each.
The Framework tools select appropriate actions depending on what is known about the species or ecosystem in question. Where information is lacking, inventory and monitoring may be required, along with detailed assessments to determine trends and threats. In some cases, basic scientific studies are needed.
If this detailed information already exists, the Framework recommends actions such as ecosystem and habitat protection, invasive species control, stewardship, population management, and planning processes.
Species & Ecosystems Output Spreadsheet
A basic list of outputs for species and ecosystems already assessed by the Conservation Framework generated from BC Species and Ecosystems Explorer.
- Spreadsheet for species outputs (XLS, 2.0MB)
- Spreadsheet ecosystem outputs (XLS)
- Methodology used for species (PDF)
- Methodology used for ecosystems (PDF)
BC Species and Ecosystem Explorer
Search for Conservation Framework outputs by a single species or ecosystem, or produce a list of species or ecosystems according to priority, action or other search criteria (e.g. distribution, conservation status, legal designation, ecosystem type).
- Find Conservation Framework outputs for species or ecosystems
- Obtaining Conservation Framework priorities and actions from BC Species and Ecosystem Explorer (PDF)
Generate a list of Conservation Framework priorities and actions for species and ecosystems in a specific location. The majority of information is based on priority species and ecological communities that have been ranked 1 through 3 – only some low priority species are included.