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Évaluation et Rapport de situation du COSEPAC sur le Bécasseau maubèche au Canada

Remerciements

Le financement pour la préparation du présent rapport de situation a été fourni par le Service canadien de la faune.

Nous remercions tout spécialement les personnes suivantes de nous avoir fourni des rapports, des données ou des renseignements inédits concernant le Bécasseau maubèche : Brian Harrington (Manomet Centre for Conservation Sciences, Massachusetts); Gary Page (Point Reyes Bird Observatory, Californie); Dennis Paulson (Slater Museum of Natural History, University of Puget Sound, État de Washington); Joe Buchanan (Department of Fish and Wildlife, État de Washington); Susann Myers (Halifax, Nouvelle-Écosse); Dick Dekker (Edmonton, Alberta); Bev Gingras (Service canadien de la faune, Edmonton, Alberta); Richard Lathrop (Centre for Remote Sensing and Spatial Analysis, Rutgers University, New Jersey); Nigel Clarke (British Trust for Ornithology, Royaume-Uni); Phil Atkinson (British Trust for Ornithology, Royaume-Uni); Roland Chiasson et Sabine Dietz (Sackville, Nouveau-Brunswick); Stefen Gerriets (Centre de données sur la conservation du Canada atlantique, Sackville, Nouveau-Brunswick); Jeanette Goulet (Newfoundland and Labrador Shorebird Survey Program, St. John’s, Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador); Joe Brazil (Department of Environment and Conservation, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, Corner Brook, Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador); Roger Etcheberry (Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon, France); Paul Linegar (St. John’s, Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador); Barb Johnston (Parcs Canada, Queen Charlotte, Colombie-Britannique); Jane Devlin (Parcs Canada, Nunavut, Iqaluit, Nunavut); Yves Aubry (Service canadien de la faune, Région du Québec, Sainte-Foy, Québec); Jeff Keith (Saskatchewan Conservation Data Centre, Regina, Saskatchewan); Vicky Johnston (Service canadien de la faune, Yellowknife, Territoires du Nord-Ouest); Yann Troutet (Parcs Canada, Archipel-de-Mingan, Québec).


Experts contactés

Ministères fédéraux

Service canadien de la faune (SCF), Région du Pacifique et du Yukon. Centre de recherche sur la faune du Pacifique, Delta, Colombie-Britannique (Kevin Fort, Trish Hayes, Rob Butler (chercheur scientifique, oiseaux de rivage), SCF, Whitehorse (Yukon) (Pam Sinclair, Adrian Dorst [biologiste, Colombie-Britannique]).

Service canadien de la faune, Région des Prairies et du Nord. SCF Edmonton (Alberta) (Dave Duncan, David Ingstrup, Gerry Beyersbergen, Bev Gingras); centre de recherche des Prairies et du Nord du SCF, Saskatoon (Saskatchewan) (C.L. Gratto-Trevor [Ph.D.]); SCF, Yellowknife (Territoires du Nord-Ouest) (Bruce A. MacDonald, Kevin McCormick, Vicky Johnston); SCF, Iqaluit (Nunavut (Siu-Ling Han).

Service canadien de la faune, Région de l’Ontario. SCF, Downsview (Ken Tuininga, Angela McConnell), SCF, Ottawa (Ken Ross, Barbara Campbell).

Service canadien de la faune, Région de l’Atlantic. SCF, Sackville (Nouveau-Bruns)wick (Kevin Davidson, Dianne Amirault, Peter Hicklin, John Chardine, Richard Elliot).

Service canadien de la faune, Région du Québec. SCF, Sainte-Foy (Québec) (Karine Picard, Isabelle Ringuet, Yves Aubry, Richard Cotter).

Ministères des Pêches et des Océans. Direction des sciences de la biodiversité, Ottawa (Ontario) (Lara Cooper, Hugh Bain, Garry Rawn).

Parcs Canada. Direction de l'intégrité écologique : Peter Achuff. Parc national de la Peninsule-Bruce (Ontario) : Frank Burrows; parc marin Fathom Five (Ontario) : Scott Parker; parc national Forillon(Québec) : Steve Pronovost; parc national des Prairies (Saskatchewan) : Rob Sissons; parc national Gros Morne (Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador) : Peter Deering; parc national Gwaii Haanas (Colombie-Britannique) : Barb Johnston; parc national Ivvavik (Yukon) : Ian McDonald; parc national Kouchibouguac (Nouveau-Brunswick) : Eric Tremblay; parc national de l'Archipel-de- Mingan (Québec) : Nancy Denommee, Yann Troutet; parc national de Prince Albert (Saskatchewan) : Dan Frandsen; parc national de l’Île-du-Prince-Édouard, Darlene Upton, Ed Robert, Rick Hawkins; parc national de la PointePelée (Ontario) : Vicki McKay, Sarah Rupert, Alan Wormington; parc national Pacific Rim (Colombie-Britannique) : Heather Holmes, Wayne Michano, Fred Michano; parc national Pukaskwa (Ontario) : Robin Heron; parc national Quttinirpaaq (Nunavut) [Ellesmere I]: Vicki Sahanatien; parc marin du Saguenay-Saint-Laurent (Québec): Nadia Menard; parc national Sirmilik (Nunavut) (nord de l’île de Baffin)  : Vicki Sahanatien; parc national es Îles-du-Saint-Laurent (Ontario) : Jeff Leggo; parc national Ukkusiksalik (Nunavut) (baie Wager) : Vicki Sahanatien; parc national Wapusk (Manitoba) (Churchill) : Bob Reside, Melissa Gibbons; parc national Wood Buffalo (Alberta) : Stuart Macmillan; unité de gestion du Nunavut : Jane Devlin.

Ministères provinciaux et territoriaux

Alberta Fish and Wildlife Division, Edmonton (Alberta). (Gordon Court).

Ministry of Water, Land and Air Protection de la Colombie-Britannique, Biodiversity Branch. (David Fraser)

Manitoba Conservation, Biodiversity Conservation Section, Winnipeg (Manitoba). (James Duncan, Ken de Smet, Nicole Firlotte)

Ministère des Ressources naturelles du Nouveau-Brunswick, Fredericton (Nouveau-Brunswick). (Maureen Toner)

Endangered Species and Biodiversity Section de Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador, Corner Brook (Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador). (Joe Brazil, Jeanette Goulet)

Department of Environment and Natural Resources du Territoires du Nord-Ouest, Yellowknife (Territoires du Nord-Ouest). (Suzanne Carriere)

Department of Natural Resources de la Nouvelle-Écosse, Kentville (Nouvelle-Écosse ). (Sherman Boates)

Department of the Environment du Nunavut. Arvial (Nunavut). (Michael Setterington)

Ministère des Richesses naturelles de l’Ontario, Peterborough (Ontario). (Alan Dextrase)

Department of Environment and Energy de l’Île-du-Prince-Édouard, Charlottetown (Île-du-Prince-Édouard). (Rosemary Curley)

Ministère des Ressources naturelles, de la Faune et des Parcs du Québec, Québec (Québec). (Daniel Banville)

Department of Environment de Yukon, Whitehorse (Yukon). (Thomas Jung)

Centres de données sur la conservation ou centres d'information sur le patrimoine naturel

Conservation Data Centre de la Colombie-Britannique, Victoria (Colombie-Britannique). (Katrina Stipec, Andy Stewart, Leah Ramsay, Lea French)

Natural Heritage Information Centre de l’Alberta, Edmonton (Alberta).(Wayne Nordstrom, Simon Nadeau [Fish and Wildlife Division])

Saskatchewan Conservation Data Centre, Regina (Saskatchewan). (Jeff Keith, Jeanette Pepper)

Manitoba Conservation Data Centre, Winnipeg (Manitoba). (-)

Centre d'information sur le patrimoine naturel de l’Ontario, Peterborough (Ontario). (Jim Mackenzie)

Centre de données sur le patrimoine naturel du Québec, Québec (Québec).

Centres de données sur la Cconservation du Canada Atlantique, Sackville (Nouveau-Brunswick). (S. Blaney, Stefan Gerriets)

Conseils de gestion des ressources fauniques

Office des ressources renouvelables du Sahtu, Tulita (Territoires du Nord-Ouest). (Jody Snortland, Walter Bayha, Richard Popko, Alasdair Veitch)

Office des ressources renouvelables sur le territoire gwich’in, Inuvik (Territoires du Nord-Ouest). (Jari Heikkila, Robert Charlie)

Conseil consultatif de la gestion de la faune (Territoires du Nord-Ouest), Inuvik, (Territoires du Nord-Ouest). (Larry Carpenter, Katherine Thiesenhausen)

Comité conjoint de chasse, de pêche et de piégeage (baie James, nord du Québec), Montréal (Québec). (Nicole Gougeon, Johnny Peters)

Comité consultatif de la gestion de la faune (versant nord), Whitehorse (Yukon). (Lindsay Staples, Aileen Horler)

Conseil de gestion des ressources fauniques du Nunavut, Iqaluit (Nunavut). (Erin Calder, Harry Flaherty)

Commission de gestion de la faune aquatique et terrestre du Yukon, Whitehorse (Yukon). (Christine Cleghorn, Pat Van Bibber)

COSEPAC

Secrétariat du COSEPAC pour l’information relative aux connaissances traditionnelles autochtones, Gatineau (Québec). (Gloria Goulet et aussi Cecilia Lougheed)

Particuliers

Chiasson, Roland. Conservation Biologist, Sackville (Nouveau-Brunswick).

Dietz, Sabine. Conservation Biologist, Sackville (Nouveau-Brunswick).

Dekker, Dick. Biologiste, Edmonton (Alberta).

Etcheberry, Roger. Biologiste, Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon, France.

Holohan, Stewart. Naturaliste, Dublin, Irlande.

Lapointe, Stephane. (Hydro Québec), correspondance par Yves Aubry, SCF de la Région du Québec (Québec).

Linegar, Paul. Biologiste, St. John’s (Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador).

MacDonald, John. Research Laboratory Manager (retraité), Igloolik (Nunavut).

Myers, Susann. Naturaliste, Halifax (Nouvelle-Écosse).

Peck, Mark. Biologiste, Musée royal de l’Ontario, Toronto (Ontario).


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