FLNRORD Regional Scale Sample Catalogue, South Coast Region
Search through a catalogue of scales that have been sampled from streams and lakes throughout the South Coast Region. Click here to access the search functionality.
MOE-FLNRORD Regional Library Catalogue - South Coast Region
Search for reports containing natural resources information in the South Coast Region of the Ministry of Environment (MOE) and Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations, Rural Development (FLNRORD). This catalogue is a work in progress. Documents will be added on a continuing basis as they become available. Click here to access the search functionality.
The Search Tool for the Pacific Region Contaminants Atlas allows for the searching of a database containing publications relating to environmental contaminants in British Columbia by using a General Search Option or an Advanced Search Option.
The Continental Oceanographic Data Information System (CODIS) is a comprehensive electronic inventory of existing marine and freshwater environmental metadata. CODIS covers physical, chemical and biological disciplines covering 8 arbitrary geographical regions in the Pacific and Arctic Oceans.
Fraser River Estuary Management Program Project Directory (FREMP) & Burrard Inlet Environmental Action Program (BIEAP) 1986 to 2013
Burrard Inlet Environmental Action Program (BIEAP) and Fraser River Estuary Management Program (FREMP) were two inter-governmental partnerships established to coordinate the environmental management of two significant aquatic ecosystems in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia – Burrard Inlet and the Fraser River Estuary. BIEAP and FREMP functioned through a Memoranda of Understanding which establish the framework for the coordination of partner agencies. Since 1996, the two partnership programs have been jointly administered from an office located in Burnaby, British Columbia.
BIEAP-FREMP has pioneered an intergovernmental model of coordinated environmental management, establishing important interagency communications and achieving significant outcomes for its partners and the sustainability of Burrard Inlet and the Fraser River Estuary ecosystems. The BIEAP-FREMP project review database and search engine includes more than 3700 entries.
On March 31 2013, the BIEAP-FREMP office, located in Burnaby, was closed by the federal government and project review has been handled by the Vancouver Port Authority since 2013.