UPPER ARCTIC BASIN COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT FOR WATERSHED HEALTH: 56.759464, -111.394601
UPPER ARCTIC BASIN COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT FOR WATERSHED HEALTH
The Canadian Aquatic Biomonitoring Network (CABIN) protocol was developed by Environment Canada, and is an aquatic biological and chemical monitoring program for assessing freshwater ecosystems, primarily stream and river habitats. Community members trained in CABIN gain access to a suite of web-accessible tools and resources such as a national database of biological reference condition info rmation, a data management system, analytical software and reporting tools. CABIN training provides the tools necessary for users to conduct consistent, comparable and scientifically credible assessments of streams.