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Algonquin Park Forest Resource Inventory

This Information Holding is used within the context of the following Great Lakes Heritage Coast subject area: Terrestrial Flora Part of Ontario's Living Legacy, The Great Lakes Heritage Coast Project is an open forum for citizens to help determine the best ways to... -Protect the Coast's scenic beauty and natural ecosystems; -Promote the potential for recreation, tourism, and other economic benefits through a network of parks and protected areas and bring the world to this magnificent part of Ontario; -Encourage development compatible with the overall intent for the area; and -Foster co-operation, education, public information and partnerships with other levels of government, Aboriginal communities, and interest groups in the planning and management of the Heritage Coast..

Creator: 
Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources (OMNR)
Date of creation: 
2001 Jan 1st
Temporal extent: 
2001
Publisher: 
Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources (OMNR)
Data type: 
Require permission to use?: 
None
Require acknowledgement to use?: 
Citation
Cost for use: 
None
Medium: 
CD-Rom #088
Subjects: 
Format: 
E00
Restrictions: 
FACULTY STAFF STUDENTS
Open data: