Review Canadaâ€™s Biodiversity Strategy and the associated government legislative mechanisms that relate to biodiversity conservation in your course notes found in Unit 3. Use the following websites to help you answer questions 1 to 3 below:,Review Canadaâ€™s Biodiversity Strategy and the associated government,A., Conservation of Biological Diversity (20 marks),Firstly, Review Canadaâ€™s Biodiversity ,Strategy, and the associated government legislative mechanisms that relate to biodiversity conservation in your course notes found in Unit 3.,Use the following websites to help you answer questions 1 to 3 below:,Firstly, Canadaâ€™s Biodiversity Strategy: http://www.biodivcanada.ca/,Secondly, International Union for the Conservation of Nature Red List:https://www.iucn.org/resources/conservation-tools/iucn-red-list-threatened-species,Thirdly, Canada Species at Risk Act (SARA): http://www.sararegistry.gc.ca/default.asp?lang=En&n=24F7211B-1,Fourthly, Canada SARA Recovery Program: http://www.sararegistry.gc.ca/default.asp?lang=En&n=C2460344-1,Further, Manitoba Endangered Species and Ecosystems Act (MESEA): https://www.gov.mb.ca/sd/environment_and_biodiversity/species_ecosystems/index.html,Â ,Based on your research, answer the following:,Â ,Firstly, Describe (in your own words) five ways that humans have contributed to a higher rate of species extinction today. (5 marks),Secondly, Contrast the classification systems that are used in the International Union for the Conservation of Natureâ€™s Red List, Canadaâ€™s Species at Risk Act (SARA), and the Manitoba Endangered Species and Ecosystems Act (MESEA). How do these support biodiversity conservation? (10 marks),Thirdly, Describe how the peregrine falcon and polar bear are classified by each of the agencies in question 2.,Fourthly, Why might there be differences in classification and how does this in itself benefit species conservation? (5 marks),Part B,. Ecosystem Management of Mountain Gorillas in Bwindi National Park (20 marks),Firstly, Download the document The Ecosystem Approach: 5 Steps to Implementation that has been developed by the IUCN (5 steps to ecosystem management).,Secondly, Review the document, paying particular attention to the 5 implementation steps.,Refer to the following websites on Mountain Gorilla conservation in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park:,Conservation for Whom?https://www.open.edu/openlearn/nature-environment/environment-journeys-through-changing-world?track=2â€³,Gorilla Tourism â€“ https://www.iucnredlist.org/species/39999/17989719#conservation-actions,Best Practice Guidelines for Great Ape Tourism â€“ https://www.readkong.com/page/best-practice-guidelines-for-great-ape-tourism-3237177?p=1,Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park Uganda â€“ https://www.bwindiforestnationalpark.com/,Eastern Gorillas â€“ https://www.berggorilla.org/en/gorillas/species/eastern-gorillas/mountain-gorilla/,Using the above information as your guide, note that the ecosystem approach was utilized to create a conservation strategy for mountain gorillas found in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.,Â ,Answer the following:,Â ,Where are Mountain Gorillas in the world? What are their habitat requirements? What is their classification status and why? (5 marks),Step 1, of the Ecosystem Approach is to define the stakeholders and the area under consideration for the development of an ecosystem management plan. How was this done for Bwindi Impenetrable National Park? (5 marks),Step 2, of the Ecosystem Approach requires that the ecosystem structure and function be described, and then applied to establish management objectives. Trace how the management objectives for Bwindi National Park were developed. How the ecosystem features indicate below were include d in the decision-making process.,Why did the management objectives evolve and how do they now attempt to ensure the viability of mountain gorillas into the future: (10 marks),Mountain Gorillas; The Food Web â€“ primary producers, competitors and predators; Human Resource Development â€“ forestry, hunting, ecotourism,Attachments,Click Here To Download,
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