Technical Guidance for EEM Studies
Environment and Climate Change Canada develops technical guidance for environmental effects monitoring (EEM) studies to assist regulated facilities in conducting EEM studies. This guidance includes methodologies on how to carry out EEM studies and have been developed for metal and diamond mines and pulp and paper mills.
The 2012 Metal Mining Environmental Effects Monitoring (EEM) Technical Guidance Document
For the EEM requirements on metal and diamond mines, please refer to the Metal and Diamond Mining Effluent Regulations.
- Toxicity test methods and supporting documents
- Revised procedures for adjusting salinity of effluent samples for marine sublethal toxicity testing conducted under EEM
- Sublethal Toxicity Test Checklists
- Revised Guidance for Sample Sorting and Subsampling Protocols for Environmental Effects Monitoring Benthic Invertebrate Community Surveys
- How to Conduct Effluent Plume Delineation
- Criteria and Guidance for Pronounced Eutrophication
- Forest Products Association of Canada: Best Management Practices Guide
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