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How to read the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP)

Feb 15, 2019 ... regionalization, equivalence, science and risk analysis, import checks and transparency. In addition, the SPS chapter establishes an SPS committee (Committee on SPS Measures) to foster better communication and cooperation among parties and a cooperative technical consultation (CTC) mechanism to allow parties to discuss any matter arising under the SPS chapter. Overall

Slowing the march of the mountain pine beetle | Natural Resources Canada

Aug 28, 2018 ... of invasion, we need to know more about how the beetle reacts to both winter and growing-season temperatures. Kathy’s research aims to answer questions like: How cold is too cold for the beetle? Does the cold affect the beetle differently based on its age? Do the results change depending on which tree species the beetle lives in? A better understanding of the biology

Aquatic Climate Change

Sep 28, 2018 ... that changes will start to occur in the ecosystem, and it will have impacts on things like lobster, snow crab, and shrimp, and other fisheries resources in the Gulf of St Lawrence. We also expect that with less sea ice, we will get larger winter waves. With the larger waves and with the coast no longer protected by the sea ice, we expect more coastal erosion, we expect

Presentation of the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) Awards | The Governor General of Canada

Jul 19, 2018 ... of scientific and technical knowledge that characterizes the age in which we live. You are at the leading edge of science, which is expected to create more knowledge over the next 40 years than has been created in the history of our species! The mind boggles at the pace of discovery.  Partly as a result of this knowledge revolution, our world is being rapidly

Discussion on Leadership and Higher Education | The Governor General of Canada

Jul 19, 2018 ... every day. That means that every two days, we’re uploading more data than has been printed in all of human history! As a result, it is also estimated that, over the course of the next 40 years, science will create more knowledge than has been created in the history of our species! The mind boggles at the pace of learning, and at the challenge this poses

Fire science between the covers | Natural Resources Canada

Aug 28, 2018 ...Fire science between the covers Forestry Natural hazards By Vanessa Greebe July 11, 2018 With all of the tools, supplies and gear that fire managers need, the last thing you would expect them to take to a wildfire is a book. But Steve Taylor’s little red book, Field Guide to the Canadian Forest Fire Behavior Prediction (FBP) System, has been part of fire

8 facts about Canada's boreal forest | Natural Resources Canada

Jul 27, 2018 ... – which is half of the bird species in Canada Woodland caribou – or boreal caribou, as the population in the boreal zone is known, which like to stay in the forests rather than roam the tundra like other caribou. 5. Many people live and work in the boreal zone 3.7 million people in the world live in the boreal zone, mostly in remote and rural communities. 70

To the stars - National Research Council Canada

Jul 31, 2018 ... lifetime, our science fiction writers have been out there among the stars for decades. They have come up with various means of reaching the stars and exploring our galaxy. Let’s look at a few of them The brute-force way to get to the stars is to accelerate as close to the speed of light as possible. This will bring the nearest star or two within reach. Some authors

World Congress on Information Technology | The Governor General of Canada

Jul 19, 2018 ..., media literacy, online safety and intellectual property, to name a few. We must also focus broadly on the bigger picture: government, education, science, health care, society—all are being transformed because, as physicist and humanitarian Ursula Franklin eloquently put it, “technology has built the house in which we all live.” Simply put, each advance in our

Lesson Plan - Where the Land Meets the Sea: The Nearshore | Stream to Sea K-12 Education | Pacific Region | Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Mar 15, 2018 ... organizers Science 4 all living things sense and respond to their environment energy can be transformed Science 5 multicellular organisms have organ systems that enable them to survive and interact within their environment experience and interpret the local environment Science 7 the theory of evolution by natural selection provides an explanation for the diversity

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