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Impact Of Climate Change On Forest Fires (AskNRCan) | Natural Resources Canada

Jan 18, 2019 ... you. The purpose of the show is to share with you not only the type of science that we do but also why we do it. So, at the end of the episode, if you have any questions on this topic, head to Twitter and tweet at us using the hashtag “#AskNRCAN”. Our experts will do their best to answer all relevant questions. Sounds good? Ok, let’s do this! [theme music

What wonders lie in Canada’s deep sea and why we should protect them

Jan 21, 2019 ...What wonders lie in Canada’s deep sea and why we should protect them Offshore of the Northeast Pacific supports a wealth of life and diversity, including the extraordinary deep-sea animals living on hydrothermal vents and seamounts (underwater mountains). With growing uncertainty of the future and global-scale threats, one of the things we can do

Pest Control Products Act

Apr 8, 2019 ... within and between species and of ecosystems. (diversité biologique) biotechnology biotechnology means the application of science and engineering in the direct or indirect use of living organisms or parts or products of living organisms in their natural or modified forms. (biotechnologie) conditions of registration conditions of registration means (a) any

2017-20 Departmental Sustainable Development Strategy: Update for 2019-20 | Natural Resources Canada

Apr 11, 2019 ... environment in which to live is important to their health and well-being. Among other things, this means reducing pollution to improve air quality, protecting them from harmful substances and preventing environmental emergencies (or reducing their impact if they do occur). NRCan contributes to this FSDS goal by preventing and mitigating the impacts of natural

Diving into the Deep: Coral and Sponge Conservation in Canada

Sep 28, 2018 ... of animals here. The one thing that we have learned about corals and sponges is that we certainly don’t know all of them. People are finding new species all the time. These are new species to science. The last 10 years has been very exciting in terms of the whole world coming together and starting to take more interest in these kinds of organisms and making sure

Conflict between mobile and fixed gear herring fishers in the southern Gulf of St. Lawrence

Jan 17, 2019 ... and the Department of Fisheries and Oceans. Furthermore, today's scientific techniques have progressed considerably since the early days of the herring fishery, but it must be recognized that there will never be an exact science regarding the fishery. It is apparent that much can and must be done by all parties in order to have open and honest dialogues relative

Nááts’įhch’oh National Park Reserve Management Plan - Nááts'įhch'oh National Park Reserve

Mar 5, 2019 ... areas in the world. The Government is committed to preserving our natural and cultural heritage, expanding the system of protected places and contributing to the recovery of species-at-risk. At the same time, we must continue to offer new and innovative visitor and outreach programs and activities so that more Canadians can experience Parks Canada places

Auyuittuq National Park Management Plan 2010 - Auyuittuq National Park

Apr 12, 2019 ... Qaujimajatuqangit refers to the knowledge and understanding of all things that affect the daily lives of Inuit and the application of that knowledge for the survival of a people and their culture. It is knowledge that has sustained the past and that is to be used today to ensure an enduring futureFootnote 6. Many of the values and guiding principles of Parks CanadaFootnote

2019–20 Departmental Plan | Natural Resources Canada

Apr 11, 2019 ... on Disaster Risk Reduction to understand the risk to people of natural disasters and to increase community resilience. Canada’s 348 million hectares of forest make up 9% of the world’s forest and 24% of the world’s boreal forests lie within Canada’s borders. In 2019-20, the Department will continue to use science to minimize the risks to Canadians’ lives

Aquatic biodiversity science

Sep 28, 2018 ...Aquatic biodiversity science Transcript Dr. Anya Dunham, Research Scientist I see biodiversity as the variety of lifeforms on Earth. The genes, species, communities and ecosystems that make up our planet. Darcy McNicholl, Aquatic Science Biologist It's so much greater than species richness itself, it's richness within a species and its connections

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