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Science of species and living things

Jun 6, 2018 ...Science of species and living things Aquatic species, wildlife research and species at risk. Services and information Aquatic species Maps of aquatic invasive species, plankton data, the Ocean Biogeographic Information System (OBIS). Wildlife research and landscape science Wildlife health, ecotoxicology, research, science and technology. Species at risk

Science subjects

Jun 11, 2018 ..., construction and advanced materials. Social sciences Research data on social sciences and economics, including consumer and labour issues. Science of species and living things Aquatic species, wildlife research and species at risk. Health science, research and data Health science research, surveillance reports and other health-related data. Defence science

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May 15, 2019 ... in Precision Portion Control That perfect cup of coffee! Have you ever wondered how your favourite coffee shop gets it just right? Invasive Aquatic Species: Monitoring and Containing Canada’s Waters (Video) Watch as Becky Cudmore explains her current work on Grass Carp and the science being done to accurately locate and remove them as quickly as possible. Crises Abroad

Thousand Islands National Park of Canada Draft Management Plan 2019 - Thousand Islands National Park

May 15, 2019 ...) Foreword Greetings to the Natural World The People Today we have gathered and we see that the cycles of life continue. We have been given the duty to live in balance and harmony with each other and all living things. So now, we bring our minds together as one as we give greetings and thanks to each other as People. Now our minds are one. The Mother Earth We are all

Women in Science - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

Mar 1, 2019 ... find that science is never boring. You're always being challenged with new and different things. We know that you started a passion for science when you were a child, living in Wales, and that you've had the opportunity of investigating different species and in different environments. What would you say is the coolest scientific fact that you know? I think I

Ecological monitoring - Kluane National Park and Reserve

May 2, 2019 ... and fast rule. For example, the oldest lake trout caught was 39 years old but had a fork length of only 396 mm, whereas the longest fish caught had a fork length of 845 mm and was 26 years old. Angling surveys The most recent angler survey in the park was conducted for Kathleen Lake in 2015. We look at many things when doing these surveys to get a good idea

Canadian Environmental Protection Act annual report 2017 to 2018: chapter 2

May 3, 2019 ...Canadian Environmental Protection Act annual report 2017 to 2018: chapter 2 Previous page Table of contents Next page On this page 2 Addressing key risks 2.1 Toxic substances harmful to human health or the environment 2.1.1 Monitoring 2.1.2 Research 2.1.3 Information gathering 2.1.4 Risk assessment activities 2.1.5 Risk management activities 2.2 Living

2017-18 Departmental Plan - Departmental Plan

Apr 25, 2019 ...2017-18 Departmental Plan Download PDF Version (574 Kb, 55 pages) Table of contents Minister’s Message Chief Executive Officer’s Message Plans at a Glance Raison d’être, Mandate and Role: Who We Are and What We Do Raison d’être Mandate and Role Operating Context: Conditions Affecting our Work Key Risks: Things That Could Affect our Ability to Achieve our

Summer events 2019 - Plan your visit

May 15, 2019 ... and compete in this fun and competitive race, where you complete a series of challenges as you explore the park! Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site July 20 Join us for our annual Parks Day celebrations! There's always family fun to be found at Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site, but today we're kicking things up a notch: make and fly your own kite

FAQ - Research involving animal subjects

Mar 25, 2019 ...FAQ - Research involving animal subjects From: National Research Council Canada   Expand/Collapse all Why does NRC do animal research?   Many NRC researchers employ non-living (in vitro) alternatives to animal research but usually, at some point in the progression of their research, an animal (in vivo) model is necessary. NRC always uses viable alternatives

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