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A discussion paper proposing a hierarchical classification system for wetlands based on hydrology, class, and physiognomic type.


This guide provides an introduction to recognizing different types of wetlands and delineating their boundaries, and to illustrate some common wetland plants that are most important for recognizing wetlands (trees, shrubs, herbs, grasses).…

Describes common wetland ecosystems in BC and non-true wetlands, including flood ecosystems, transition ecosystems, and estuarine ecosystems/


The aim of the The Canadian Wetland Classification System is to organize the knowledge of our wetlands based on the best available science in a way that can be used by specialists and non-specialists alike. The System is hierarchical in that classes…

A brochure identifying wetlands in the Lower Fraser Valley.


Describes wetlands in terms of the fresh water cycle, water quality, water conservation, flooding, urbanization, fish and wildlife habitat. Invasive species are also discused.

One side is a poster describing stewardship in Baynes Sound and plants and animals of Baynes Sound ; the other is a map of Baynes Sound streams, wetlands, eelgrass beds, and coastal waterbird survey locations.
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