Fathom Five National Marine Park
Parc marin national Fathom Five


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In the traditional territory of the Saugeen Ojibway Nation, this park has sparkling blue water, rugged shoreline scenery and the famous Flowerpot Island rock formations. World renowned scuba diving on 24 shipwrecks, in the heart of the Great Lakes.

Sur le territoire traditionnel de la Nation des Ojibways de Saugeen, ce parc abrite des eaux bleues étincelantes, des rivages accidentés et les célèbres formations rocheuses de l’île Flowerpot. Plongée sous-marine de calibre mondial à la découverte de 24 épaves de navires, au cœur des Grands Lacs.

Source: Parks Canada Website (2022)


Established: 1987

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Documents
Management Documents

Business Stakeholder Meeting / Réunion de la communauté des affaires (Parks Canada, December 13, 2019)

Business Stakeholder Meeting #2 / Réunion de la communauté des affaires #2 (Parks Canada, February 14, 2020)

Management Plan / Plan directeur (Parks Canada, 1998)

State of the Park Report / Rapport sur l'état du parc (Parks Canada, 2010)

Technical Compendium to the State of the Park Report Draft (C. Stabler, S. Parker, C. Vis and C. Harpur, eds., Parks Canada, 2011)

Visitor Use Management: Flowerpot Island, 2021-2026 (Parks Canada, 2020)

Historical Documents

Ecology, Culture and Conservation of a Protected Area: Fathom Five National Marine Park, Canada (S. Parker and M. Munawar, eds., 2001, ©Backhuys Publishers, all rights reserved)

Editorial (S. Parker and M. Munawar)

Foreword (T. Lee)

An overview of the National Marine Conservation Areas Program in Canada and its policy (D. McBurney)

An overview of Canada's first National Marine Park (D. Wilkes)

Aspects of the historical marine background of Fathom Five National Marine Park (P. Folkes)

Native history of the upper Bruce Peninsula through archaeology (J.S. Molnar and S.E. Janusas)

Geological history of Fathom Five National Marine Park over the past 15,000 years (S.M. Blasco)

Island geology and land forms (D.W. Cowell)

An overview of water chemistry and contaminants in Fathom Five National Marine Park (R. McCrea, S. Painter and S. Parker)

Aquatic ecosystem health of Fathom Five National Marine Park: Structural and functional assessment (M. Munawar, I.F Munawar, R. Dermott, S.F. Munawar, W. Norwood, C. Wenghofer, D. Lynn, O.E. Johannsson, H. Niblock, S Carou, M. Fitzpatrick, K. Gaasenbeek, T. Weisse)

Vascular plants and vegetation communities of Fathom Five National Marine Park (K.J. Robinson, S. Parker and J. Lusted)

Fishes of the shallow littoral zone of Fathom Five National Marine Park (J.K. Leslie and C.A. Timmins )

The role of protected areas to evaluate null species-abundance models: ground beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) on the islands of Fathom Five National Marine Park (K. Welstead and T.D. Nudds)

Spiders, flies, and some other arthropods of the Fathom Five National Marine Park islands and the upper Bruce Peninsula (S.A. Marshall, C.M. Buddle, B.J. Sinclair and D.J. Buckle )

Birds of Fathom Five National Marine Park (D.P. Tate)

Amphibians and reptiles of Fathom Five National Marine Park (D.G. Britton and K.A. Prior)

Mammals of Fathom Five National Marine Park (D.N. Potter)

Parks and protected areas as ecological baselines: establishment of baseline data on species-area relations from islands in Georgian Bay (H.A. Hager and T.D. Nudds)

The ecology of the cliffs of Fathom Five National Marine Park (D.W Larson)

The diving experience (S. McClellan)

Ecosystem Conservation Plans for Bruce Peninsula National Park and Fathom Five National Marine Park (Patrick Lawrence, J. Gordon Nelson and Heather Black, extract from Parks and Protected Areas Research in Ontario, 1998, ©Parks Research Forum of Ontario, 1998)

History of Fisheries in the Northwest Atlantic: The 500-Year Perspective (W.H. Lear, extract from Journal of Northwest Atlantic Fishery Science, Vol. 23, 1998)

Land and Lake Newsletter:
1: Archaeology in Fathom Five (Scott Parker, Parks Canada, August 31, 2011)
2: Wildlife Forensics (Shawn Parries, Parks Canada, December 15, 2011)
3: The Best of the Bruce Just Got Better (Cathryn Buckley, Parks Canada, March 1, 2012)
4: A new Ecopassage for Cyprus Lake Road (Chantel Lariviere, Parks Canada, June, 2012)

Des terres et des lacs:
1: L'archéologie à Fathom Five (Scott Parker, Parks Canada, August 31, 2011)
2: La faune sous la loupe (Shawn Parries, Parks Canada, December 15, 2011)
3: La péninsule Bruce, plus belle que jamais (Cathryn Buckley, Parks Canada, March 1, 2012)
4: Un nouvel écopassage pour le chemin du lac Cyprus (Chantel Lariviere, Parks Canada, June, 2012)

Supplemental Climate Information for Bruce Peninsula National Park and Fathom Five National Marine Park (Scott Parker, Parks Canada, May 11, 2019)



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Last Updated: 04-Feb-2023