Draft Plan Introduction Video

 
 

Folder Graphic Illustrations of Surface and Linear Disturbance

                                               

One of the key Plan Concepts in the Draft Plan is a Cumulative Effects Framework. The Commission have recommended surface disturbance and linear density as the primary cumulative effects indicators in the plan. These concepts sound very technical and difficult to understand so the Commission have provided some graphics to help to make this concept more clear to the general public. 

Explore this folder to further understand the concept of surface and linear disturbance and to understand how they are applied in the plan through the Integrated Stewardship Areas (ISA).  For more information please see section 3 of the Draft Plan

*Note: The illustration graphic is for illustrative purposes only.  It is an artistic rendering intended to communicate the concept of Surface Disturbance and Linear Disturbance Thresholds as a Cumulative Effects indicator. Although based on real data and maps from the Dawson Region, it is not a GIS product and contains inevitable visual exaggerations and approximations.  

 

Documents

Image Surface disturbance illustration - ISA 1 Popular

Tagged in surface 211 downloads

Open this file to see what an Integrated Stewardship Area 1 might look like!

Image Surface disturbance illustration- ISA 2 Popular

Tagged in surface 222 downloads

Open this file to see what an Integrated Stewardship Area 2 might look like.

Image Surface disturbance illustration- ISA 3 Popular

Tagged in surface 215 downloads

Open this file to see what an Integrated Stewardship Area 3 might look like. 

Image Surface disturbance illustration- ISA 4 Popular

Tagged in surface 219 downloads

Open this file to see what an Integrated Stewardship Area 4 might look like

pdf Surface Disturbance Satellite ISA 1-4 Popular

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Open this file for another graphic example of surface disturbance created from a satellite image from the Dawson Region.