Habitat and biology management records of the South Coast Division [textual record]
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Habitat and biology management records of the South Coast Division [textual record]Hierarchical level:AccessionDate:1984-1988.Reference:RG23, 91-0256 VFRC, 2011-00380-6BAN no.:2011-00380-6Type of material:Textual materialFound in:Archives / Collections and FondsItem ID number:4236118
Record Information – DetailsDate(s):1984-1988.Place of creation:British ColumbiaExtent:6.3 m of textual records.Language of material:EnglishFinding aid:Textual record (Electronic) Finding aid 23-158 is an unverified file list created by the department consisting of file numbers, file titles, and box numbers. The finding aid is available as a PDF attached to this record. 23-158 PDF (90: Open)
http://data2.archives.ca/pdf/pdf002/23-158_4236118_open.pdfAdditional information:General Note:Accession consists of records created and/or maintained by the South Coast Division of the Department of Fisheries and Oceans and its predecessors.
The accession includes, but is not limited to, records relating to fisheries management, conservation, marine plants, parks, mammals, catch statistics, studies and surveys, meetings, committees, test fishing, reports, electrophoresis, aquaculture and mariculture, sport fishing, inspections, permits and licences, enforcement, offences and violations, hatcheries, estuaries, native affairs, land claims, bands, by-laws and treaties, programs and policy, habitat projects, contaminents, hydro development, industrial development, analysis and tests, ocean dumping, pollution, gas and oil, stream management, Navigable Waters Protection Act, mining, logging, and railways.
The accession also contains records pertaining to fish and shellfish including, but not limited to, crabs, scallops, clams, prawns, molluscs, sea urchins, sea cucumber, squid and octopus, abalone, rockfish, oysters, herring, and salmon.Custodial history:These records were originally held in British Columbia. They were transferred to the National Capital Region in 2016 and are available for consultation there.Source:Government
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