A cluster of white gooseneck barnacles and black mussels.

MaPP Region – Summary table for climate impacts, projected changes and sectoral impacts

* Data specific to MaPP region

α Unless indicated, all sectoral impacts are negative

  1. PCIC, Plan2Adapt: Summary of Climate Change for British Columbia 2050s & 2080s, Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium. https://pacificclimate.org/analysis-tools/plan2adapt (Accessed December 1, 2017).
  2. * PCIC, Climate summary for West Coast Region, Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium, Victoria, BC, 2013. https://www.pacificclimate.org/sites/default/files/publications/Climate_Summary-West_Coast.pdf
  3. P.W. Mote, E.P. Salathe Jr, Future climate in the Pacific Northwest, Climatic Change. 102 (2010) 29–50. doi:10.1007/s10584-010-9848-z.
  4. * [IPCC WG5]. Canadian Centre for Climate Modelling and Analysis, Environment Canada, 2013. https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/services/climate-change/science-research-data/modeling-projections-analysis/centre-modelling-analysis.html
  5. D.L. Spittlehouse, Climate Change, Impacts and Adaptation Scenarios: Climate Change and Forest and Range Management in British Columbia, British Columbia Ministry of Forests and Range Forest Scienc, 2008.
  6. K.L. Hunter, J. Wade, eds., Pacific Large Aquatic Basin Climate Change Impacts, Vulnerabilities and Opportunities Assessment – Marine Species and Aquaculture, Can. Manuscr. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 3049, 2015.
  7. S.B. Henderson, V. Wan, T. Kosatsky, Differences in heat-related mortality across four ecological regions with diverse urban, rural, and remote populations in British Columbia, Canada, Health Place. 23 (2013) 48–53.
  8. R.E. Thomson, B.D. Bornhold, S. Mazzotti, An examination of the factors affecting relative and absolute sea level in coastal British Columbia, Can. Tech. Rep. Hydrogr.Ocean Sci. 260, 2008.
  9. N. Vadeboncoeur, Perspectives on Canada’s West Coast region, in: D.S. Lemmen, F.J. Warren, T.S. James, C.S.L.M. Clarke (Eds.), Canadas Marine Coasts in a Changing Climate, Government of Canada, Ottawa, ON, 2016: pp. 207–252.
  10. D. Nyland, J.R. Nodelman, British Columbia, in: K. Palko, D.S. Lemmen (Eds.), Climate Risks and Adaptation Practices for the Canadian Transportation Sector, Government of Canada, Ottawa, ON, 2017: pp. 66–103.
  11. T.A. Okey, H.M. Alidina, V. Lo, S. Jessen, Effects of climate change on Canada’s Pacific marine ecosystems: a summary of scientific knowledge, Rev Fish Biol Fisheries. 24 (2014) 519–559. doi:10.1007/s11160-014-9342-1.
  12. M.G.G. Foreman, W. Callendar, D. Masson, J. Morrison, I. Fine, A Model Simulation of Future Oceanic Conditions along the British Columbia Continental Shelf. Part II: Results and Analyses, Atmosphere-Ocean. 52 (2014) 20–38. doi:10.1080/07055900.2013.873014.
  13. B.D. Bornhold, Projected Sea Level Changes for British Columbia in the 21st Century, Victoria, BC, 2008.
  14. BCMoE, Climate Change Adaption Guidelines for Sea Dikes and Coastal Flood Hazard Land Use – Guidelines for Management of Coastal Flood Hazard Land Use, 2011.
  15. I.J. Walker, R. Sydneysmith, British Columbia, in: D.S. Lemmen, F.J. Warren, J. Lacroix, E. Bush (Eds.), From Impacts to Adaptation Canada in a Changing Climate, 2008: pp. 1–58.
  16. J. Andrey, K. Palko, Introduction, in: K. Palko, D.S. Lemmen (Eds.), Climate Risks and Adaptation Practices for the Canadian Transportation Sector, Government of Canada, Ottawa, ON, 2017: pp. 2–10.
  17. K. Palko, Synthesis, in: K. Palko, D.S. Lemmen (Eds.), Climate Risks and Adaptation Practices for the Canadian Transportation Sector, Government of Canada, Ottawa, ON, 2017: pp. 12–25.
  18. P. Withey, V.A. Lantz, T.O. Ochuodho, Economic costs and impacts of climate-induced sea-level rise and storm surge in Canadian coastal provinces: a CGE approach, Applied Economics. 48 (2015) 59–71. doi:10.1080/00036846.2015.1073843.
  19. C.H. Ainsworth, J.F. Samhouri, D.S. Busch, W.W.L. Cheung, J. Dunne, T.A. Okey, Potential impacts of climate change on Northeast Pacific marine foodwebs and fisheries, ICES Journal of Marine Science. 68 (2011) 1217–1229. doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsr043.
  20. R. Haigh, D. Ianson, C.A. Holt, H.E. Neate, A.M. Edwards, Effects of Ocean Acidification on Temperate Coastal Marine Ecosystems and Fisheries in the Northeast Pacific, PLoS ONE. 10 (2015) e0117533. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0117533.
  21. * P. Cummins, R. Haigh, Ecosystem Status and Trends Report for North Coast and Hecate Strait ecozone, DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2010/045, 2010.
  22. U.R. Sumaila, V.W.Y. Lam, Out of Stock: The Impact of Climate Change on British Columbia’s Staple Seafood Supply and Prices, Vancouver BC, 2015.Canada.
  23. * T.A. Okey, H.M. Alidina, V. Lo, A. Montenegro, S. Jessen, Climate Change Impacts and Vulnerabilities in Canada’s Pacific Marine Ecosystems, CPAWS BC and WWF-Canada, Vancouver, BC, 2012.
  24. * J.M. Kershner, R.M. Gregg, K. Feifel, Climate Change Vulnerability Maps for the North Pacific Coast of British Columbia: Implications for Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning, EcoAdapt, Bainbridge Island, WA, 2014.
  25. L.V. Weatherdon, Y. Ota, M.C. Jones, D.A. Close, W.W.L. Cheung, Projected Scenarios for Coastal First Nations’ Fisheries Catch Potential under Climate Change: Management Challenges and Opportunities, PLoS ONE. 11 (2016) e0145285.
  26. * D.S. Abeysirigunawardena, I.J. Walker, Sea level responses to climatic variability and change in northern British Columbia, Atmosphere-Ocean. 46 (2008) 277–296. doi:10.3137/ao.460301.
  27. * Reid et al. 2014. M.G. Reid, C. Hamilton, S.K. Reid, W. Trousdale, C. Hill, N. Turner, et al., Indigenous Climate Change Adaptation Planning Using a Values-Focused Approach: A Case Study with the Gitga’at Nation, Journal of Ethnobiology. 34 (2014) 401–424. doi:10.2993/0278-0771-34.3.401.
  28. P.L. Barnard, A.D. Short, M.D. Harley, K.D. Splinter, S. Vitousek, I.L. Turner, et al., Coastal vulnerability across the Pacific dominated by El Niño/Southern Oscillation, Nature Geoscience 2015 8:10. 8 (2015) 801–807. doi:10.1038/ngeo2539.
Share our research

Similar Posts