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Data last updated May 9, 2022
Metadata last updated May 25, 2022
Created April 14, 2022
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Data collection infoTwelve years had passed since the original FIM was conducted and there was an interest in updating the previous field surveys and corresponding analyses to evaluate rates of change (e.g., development), observe whether integrated policies have been working, identify additional important habitat and species at risk and update the Columbia Lake FIM dataset using standard Foreshore Integrated Management Planning (FIMP) methods that were updated in 2020. The following includes all three phases of FIMP for Columbia Lake: FIM survey; development of the Foreshore Habitat Sensitivity Index (FHSI, formerly called AHI) to rank the relative value of shoreline habitats; and the Foreshore Guidance Document (FDG, formerly called SMG).
Data processingQA/QC of the 2009 FIM dataset was initially conducted during field surveys (Section 2.1.3) and completed during post-processing prior to comparing 2009 and 2021 datasets. No revisions to the 2009 dataset were required. The 2009 FIM dataset was not updated to include counts/evaluation of new variables that were included in the 2021 FIM dataset (e.g., sheds and boat racks) that had not been included in 2009 as outlined by Schleppe et al. (2021). Historic orthophotos and photographs taken during the 2009 surveys were reviewed, however, the imagery was not detailed and comprehensive enough to accurately update the 2009 dataset for these new parameters.
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Resource citationWood Canada Ltd. 2022. Columbia Lake Foreshore Integrated Management Planning – 2021. Report Prepared for Living Lakes Canada, Nelson, BC. 48 pp. + 6 App. https://doi.org/10.48511/AACN-M251
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Citation (Required) Wood Canada Ltd. 2022. Columbia Lake Foreshore Integrated Management Planning – 2021. Report Prepared for Living Lakes Canada, Nelson, BC. 48 pp. + 6 App. https://doi.org/10.48511/AACN-M251
Resource Location Columbia Lake
Data Collection Information Twelve years had passed since the original FIM was conducted and there was an interest in updating the previous field surveys and corresponding analyses to evaluate rates of change (e.g., development), observe whether integrated policies have been working, identify additional important habitat and species at risk and update the Columbia Lake FIM dataset using standard Foreshore Integrated Management Planning (FIMP) methods that were updated in 2020. The following includes all three phases of FIMP for Columbia Lake: FIM survey; development of the Foreshore Habitat Sensitivity Index (FHSI, formerly called AHI) to rank the relative value of shoreline habitats; and the Foreshore Guidance Document (FDG, formerly called SMG).
Data Processing QA/QC of the 2009 FIM dataset was initially conducted during field surveys (Section 2.1.3) and completed during post-processing prior to comparing 2009 and 2021 datasets. No revisions to the 2009 dataset were required. The 2009 FIM dataset was not updated to include counts/evaluation of new variables that were included in the 2021 FIM dataset (e.g., sheds and boat racks) that had not been included in 2009 as outlined by Schleppe et al. (2021). Historic orthophotos and photographs taken during the 2009 surveys were reviewed, however, the imagery was not detailed and comprehensive enough to accurately update the 2009 dataset for these new parameters.
Data Disclaimer No warranty or guarantee exists that the information is accurate, complete, current, or suitable for any purpose. The individual user must confirm the accuracy of the data and whether it will be appropriate for their purpose.
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