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Castilleja victoriae (Orobanchaceae): a New Rare Species from Southeastern Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, and the Adjacent San Juan Islands, Washington, U.S.A
ABSTRACT Castilleja victoriae is described from the vicinity of southwestern Victoria, southern Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada and from San Juan Co., Washington, U.S.A. It is an annualExpand
Ground beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) associated with Garry Oak Ecosystems on Southern Vancouver Island, British Columbia.
The ground beetle populations under 60% Garry Oak forest cover at Mary Hill and Rocky Point on the Southwest fringe of Vancouver Island were assessed in September/ October 2003 using pitfall traps.Expand
A vulnerability-based strategy to incorporate climate change in regional conservation planning : Framework and case study for the British Columbia Central Interior
High uncertainty in the future of regional climates and ecosystems presents a challenge to the conservation of biodiversity and landscapes. We present a framework to handle uncertainty in theExpand