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Nov 22, 2017 ... Learn about climate change, weather forecasting, species at risk and natural
Jun 26, 2017 ... The Public Safety Geoscience Program undertakes hazard research to support
risk reduction from the effects of space weather, earthquakes, tsunamis,
volcanoes, landslides and marine geohazards. The program develops
knowledge and tools to reduce future economic, social and environmental losses
Oct 18, 2017 ... Get information on severe weather, natural hazards, air quality and climate
change. ... and hazards. Current conditions, forecasts, historical data, alerts,
climate change, natural hazards. (none) ... Climate change. Canada's action,
climate future, partnerships, adaptation, health, science, emissions reporting.
Feb 24, 2017 ... When violent solar phenomena occur, they create space weather effects on Earth
, which can pose a hazard for human activities. The effects range from mild (
aurora ... Three kinds of solar phenomena can have major impacts on Earth by
disturbing our space environment. The first is a coronal mass ejection ...
Sep 8, 2017 ... Oceans, lakes and water science. Research, maps and data on water, oceans,
aquatic ecosystems, hydrography, marine geological hazards, ice and more.
Earth science. Resources related to geology, geomatics, geography, land surface
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Jun 30, 2015 ... Forecasts and other services available from Canadian Space Weather
Ontario's Most Expensive Weather Disaster. On the afternoon of August 19, a line
of severe thunderstorms tracked eastward across southern Ontario from
Kitchener to Oshawa, including the northern half of Toronto. In its wake, the storm
left a trail of damage that, according to the Insurance Bureau of Canada,
Feb 24, 2017 ... Space Weather Canada (also know as the Canadian Space Weather Forecast
Centre) offers services for monitoring, forecasting, and analyzing space weather
... Located at the Geomagnetic Laboratory of Canada in Ottawa, this program is
supported by NRCan (Natural Resources Canada), NRC (National ...
The disturbed interplanetary environment changes the conditions of the natural
electromagnetic environment of our planet and affects normal operation of space
and ground technological ... Therefore, the most important task in space weather
hazard mapping is to identify the areas with different levels of telluric activity.
Before 1987 there was not a single natural disaster with damages exceeding $1
billion anywhere in the world, but since then there have been at least 18 such
disasters. While the outbursts of extreme and freakish weather were interesting
for many climatologists in Canada, they weren't generally surprised by the
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