Where is south coast bc
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It is situated between the Thompson-Okanagan region to the east, the United States to the south, the West Coast region to the west, and the Cariboo region to the north. Special features of the region include the Fraser River delta, Pemberton ice fields, temperate rainforests, coastal mountain ranges, volcanic formations, and a network of coastal islands, fjords and inlets. With this diverse geography and landscape, the South Coast Region has a high level of biodiversity. There are species at risk within this region including endangered species such as Northern Spotted Owl and Oregon Spotted Frog. The South Coast region is the most heavily populated out of all the regions in BC. As of , the region had a population of 2. Natural hazards including floods, landslides, wildfires and drought have been increasing in the South Coast region.
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The usage is synonymous with the term West Coast of Canada.
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The region is favoured with a large and diverse local market, easy access to the U. The South Coast has excellent growing conditions, featuring a cooler, wetter climate and fertile soils. These conditions allow for a broad range of crops and livestock types and are especially suitable for high-value crops that have strong domestic and international markets. Over commodities are produced commercially in the South Coast, including cranberries, raspberries, blueberries, potatoes, dairy products, poultry and eggs. The region also hosts the majority of the greenhouse businesses in the province.