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Federal

The park monitors angling stress in several ponds (lakes) in Terra Nova with Fyke nets. Angling stress is assesed against calculated values of fish biomass and fish condition (Fulton’s condition factor, K).

Organization: Parks Canada

Formats: CSV

Keywords:  Angling stress, fish, biomass, Fyke nets, pond, lake, Newfoundland,

Federal

The park assesses expected ranges for each land cover type: successional stages by stand type, area regenerating after natural disturbance (e.g., fire), mature forest, non-forest, wetlands, and waterbodies.

Organization: Parks Canada

Formats: CSV

Keywords:  Landcover type, natural disturbance, succession, forest, Newfoundland,

Federal

This measure aims at monitoring forest plant community structure in Terra Nova National Park, including taxa richness, and presence of exotic species.

Organization: Parks Canada

Formats: CSV

Keywords:  forest plants, community structure, taxa richness, exotic species, Newfoundland,

Federal

Terra Nova National Park monitors non-native mammal browse pressure on forest plant communities on transects and plots.

Organization: Parks Canada

Formats: CSV

Keywords:  moose, snowshoe hare, browse, non-native mammals, balsam fir, forest regeneration, Newfoundland,

Federal

Terra Nova National Park monitors intertidal invertebrate communities using a line transect and quadrat sampling method. The survey focusses on invertebrate community composition and diversity, and should detect presence of invasive marine species.

Organization: Parks Canada

Formats: CSV

Keywords:  intertidal community, invertebrates, climate change, invasive species, European green crab, marine bryozoan, eelgrass, Community composition, transect, quadrat sampling, Newfoundland,

Federal

Terra Nova National Park monitors crab populations for the presence of the invasive European Green Crab; the abundance of native Rock Crab is also monitored. Park personnel uses baited traps for these surveys.

Organization: Parks Canada

Formats: CSV

Keywords:  European Green Crab, Rock Crab, invasive species, detection, community level shift, trapping, Newman Sound, Newfoundland,

Federal

Terra Nova National Park censuses tern nests on 23 small islands in Newman Sound, to monitor species productivity and population dynamics.

Organization: Parks Canada

Formats: CSV

Keywords:  Common Tern, Arctic Tern, colony, census, population dynamics, Newman Sound, Newfoundland,

Federal

Elk abundance and population composition are assessed annually during an aerial survey conducted between mid-January and mid-February. The elk population composition is measured annually in a classified aerial count held in late Fall.

Organization: Parks Canada

Formats: CSV

Keywords:  Elk, Abundance, population Composition, Wapiti, Aerial Survey, Manitoba,

Federal

The integrity of fire-dependent forest types will be maintained through prescribed burns. The park's fire management program uses remote sensing to monitor post-burn changes on the landscape annually. The Area Burned Condition Class measures will be used as per the PCA Fire Monitoring Plan.

Organization: Parks Canada

Formats: CSV

Keywords:  Fire Regime, Fire Management, Fire-dependant Forest, Remote Sensing, MODIS, Manitoba,

Federal

Moose in Riding Mountain National Park are affected by hunting, predator population numbers, winter severity, and disease. Riding Mountain National Park conducts annual aerial surveys to monitor the moose population to determine if the population is within the established population thresholds based on historic estimates.

Organization: Parks Canada

Formats: CSV

Keywords:  Moose abundance, population composition, aerial surveys, Manitoba,

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