All Indicators

Together with their monitoring partners, the Partnership reports on 52 indicators, 31 of which are associated with 2020 ecosystem recovery targets. All the indicators are listed in the table below, along with their progress and status relative to their recovery targets.

 

Progress of indicators

The evaluation of change over time and progress of indicators is done relative to a baseline reference. Typically, the baseline reference is a point back in time. Conclusions about change include:

  • Getting better: indicator made gains relative to the baseline reference.
  • Mixed results: applicable only to the handful of indicators composed of multiple parts, such as PCBs and PBDEs, two toxic chemicals found in Pacific herring. Mixed results indicates that the change in the different parts was different.
  • Not improving: no significant trend.
  • Getting worse: indicator lost ground relative to a baseline reference.
  • Insufficient or no data: the evaluation of progress or trend is not possible because there are not enough data or there are no data at all.

 

Getting
Better

10

Mixed

10

Not
Improving

7

Getting
Worse

3

Insufficient
Or No Data

22

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