Public Response SummaryMicroform - 1992
Western Johnstone Strait has one of the world's highest concentrations of killer whales in an accessible location. In May 1990, the joint provincial and federal government Johnstone Strait Killer Whale Committee was appointed to examine the impacts of all human activities on killer whales in the Robson Bight (Michael Bigg) Ecological Reserve, and to assess the impacts of whale watching in other areas of the Johnstone Strait. In May 1991, a background report was released for public comment and open houses/public meetings were held in Campbell River, Port McNeill, Victoria, and Vancouver. This report presents a summary of the 96 questionnaires, 150 written submissions, and verbal presentations at the public meetings.
Publisher: Victoria : Johnstone Strait Killer Whale Committee, 1992
Description: 30 p
Branch Call Number: MF BC-DOC 92-05287