Regular Monthly Meeting: Atlantic Coastal Plain Flora
Atlantic Coastal Plain Flora by Alain Belliveau The Atlantic Coastal Plain Flora (ACPF) is a group of 90 species of wetland plants that inhabit our lake and river shores, bogs, fens, and estuaries. Some of the world’s largest and least disturbed ACPF populations are located here in Nova Scotia.
Alain Belliveau is a Masters student at Dalhousie University’s School of Resource and Environmental Management. Alain’s research focus has been the examination of a number of lakes in southwestern Nova Scotia for red- and yellow-listed ACPF species to determine, among other things, their distribution and population health.