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  • Ridley Island Export Logistics Park Project Environmental Effects Evaluation

    Environmental effects evaluation for the Ridley Island Export Logistics Park Project. The project is an export logistics platform that is intended to enhance the Port of Prince Rupert's export transloading capacity and improve operational logistics.
  • Fairview Terminal Phase II Expansion Project Comprehensive Study Report

    The Prince Rupert Port Authority (PRPA) and Canadian National Railway Company (CN) are proposing the construction and operation of a wharf extension and expanded container and intermodal facilities at the existing Fairview Terminal and the construction and...
  • Draft Environmental Effects Evaluation/Application for an Environmental Asses...

    Vopac Pacific's overview of the environmental effects of the construction and opertation of the Vopac Pacific Canada Project, which will store Liquified Petroleum Gas, Clean Petroleum Products, and methanol.
  • Pollution Tracker

    PollutionTracker currently provides a high quality coast-wide baseline dataset. The pollutants detected in Phase 1 samples are a reflection of a variety of sources, including local urban and industrial inputs to the marine environment (e.g., wastewater and...
  • Prince Rupert Regional Ocean Observatories

    Ocean Networks Canada’s observing systems deliver freely available, locally-relevant environmental data in real-time for scientific research that helps communities, governments, and industry make evidence-based decisions on ocean management, marine safety,...
  • Port of Prince Rupert Noise Monitoring Program

    The Port of Prince Rupert (PPR) Noise Monitoring Program aims to show real time noise levels at active noise stations through the coloured circles on the right-hand corner map. Additional noise stations will be installed and incorporated into this website...
  • Shorezone and Shoreline Habitat Protection

    Documentation of existing shoreline habitats around Prince Rupert, the Tsimshian peninsula and the Skeena River using high-resolution aerial imagery.
  • Skeena River Estuary Synthesis Report

    The research outlined in this report answers questions relating to the estuarine environment and ecology of the Skeena River estuary, with a focus on juvenile salmon. Additionally, it includes information on the estuarine fish community, crab ecology, and...
  • Manuscript Report Series No. 1345: Intertidal Biota and Preliminary Observati...

    This report provides visual observations and details of sampling locations for the cruises. The detailed information resulting from the work will be presented in future publications and theses.
  • Manuscript Report Series No. 990: Physical and Chemical Oceanographic Data

    Oceanographic surveys were conducted from 1957 to 1967 in a number of the inlets along the west coast of Vancouver Island, and on the north coast of British Columbia, in order to study the effects of existing pulp mills and to predict the effects of...
  • Juvenile Salmonid Habitat Utilization in the Skeena River Estuary

    This report examines the salmon habitat utilization of five species of Pacific salmon in the greater Skeena River estuary. In particular, interest is given in salmon habitat utilization in light of several large-scale industrial development projects pending...
  • DFO North Coast Fisheries Maps (1985)

    Map series depicting various marine values along the North Coast.
  • End-To-End Models for the Analysis of Marine Ecosystems: Challenges, Issues, ...

    This paper discusses nine issues related to the further development and application of end-to-end models, the future of end-to-end modelling, and it's relevance to managing decision making. This paper is based on the discussions at a workshop entitled...
  • Treaties and Transitions: Towards a Sustainable Fishery on Canada's Pacific C...

    This report briefly outlines the changes taking place in the commercial, aboriginal and recreational fisheries and the challenges they face. Further described is a vision for the post-treaty fisheries, and reforms needed to realize the improvement and...
  • NORTH COAST MARINE PLAN

    The purpose of the North Coast Marine Plan is to provide recommendations for achieving ecosystem health, social and cultural wellbeing, and economic development through an ecosystem-based approach to planning and management. This plan provides...
  • MaPP Marine Planning Portal

    The MaPP marine plan portal, using the SeaSketch application, is a sophisticated planning tool that allows users to look at many different data layers together to learn more about the MaPP study area. The portal has more than 250 data layers including...
  • Assessing Estuaries as Stopover Habitats for Juvenile Pacific Salmon

    Habitats along migratory routes may provide key resources for migratory species (e.g. stopover habitat). For example, migratory juvenile salmon transit through estuaries on their way from freshwaters out to the ocean, but they may also reside and feed in...
  • Selling First Nations down the river

    OIL AND GAS interests and the government recently offered a First Nation in the Skeena River estuary (BC, Canada) $1 billion to consent to construction of a controversial terminal to load fossil fuels onto tankers. Despite the First Nation rejecting the...
  • Sea Lice Transfer between Wild Sympatric Adult and Juvenile Salmon on the Nor...

    In order to determine the levels of abundance between juvenile and adult salmon, the researchers examine sea lice, Lepeophtheirus salmonis, on both groups of salmon from the north coast of British Columbia between 2004 and 2006 in an area that does not at...
  • Project Description Prince Rupert LNG

    Prince Rupert LNG Limited (PRLNG) proposes to develop a Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) facility on Ridley Island at the Port of Prince Rupert British Columbia (BC). The name of the project is Prince Rupert LNG (the Project). This document describes the project.
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