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Indicator: Deforestation and afforestation | Natural Resources Canada

Feb 14, 2020 ... 12,280 1,368 14,599 7,306 3,033 38,586 2012 12,280 1,368 13,710 6,977 3,609 37,943 2013 12,280 1,368 13,708 7,054 10,128 44,537 2014 12,280 1,368 13,227 6,912 10,874 44,661 2015 12,280 1,368 13,407 6,739 5,882 39,676 2016 12,280 1,368 12,290 6,587 4,460 36,985 Why is this indicator important? Forest loss impacts biodiversity, soil, air and water quality

Long-term Field Bioassay of Soil Quality. - Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC)

Dec 31, 2012 ...Long-term Field Bioassay of Soil Quality. Janzen, H.H., Olson, B.M., Zvomuya, F., Larney, F.J., and Ellert, B.H. (2012). "Long-term Field Bioassay of Soil Quality.", Prairie Soils and Crops, 5, pp. 165-168. Abstract A field bioassay of soil quality was established in 1990 at the Lethbridge Research Centre to study how measured differences in soil quality

SL Division - Defence Science Projects Division PAD Record -

Dec 5, 2019 ... Soil Studies Active B103A Water Quality Studies Active B200B Geological Studies Active B201A Geophysical Studies Active B204A Seismological Studies Active B206B Energy Evaluations of Buildings Active AA415500 Fisheries (R&D) Active AA415504 Aquaculture (R&D) Active AA910300 Agriculture (R&D) Active AE913500 Economics (R&D) Active AG214562 Ethanol Fuel

Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 Federal Environmental Quality Guidelines Hexavalent Chromium

Jan 3, 2020 ... membranes. Cr(VI) is the principal species found in surface waters and aerobic soils, whereas Cr(III) dominates in mildly-reducing environments such as sediments and wetlands (Bailar et al. 1973). Cr(VI) is a carcinogen with mutagenic and teratogenic properties (Velma et al. 2009; ASTDR 2012). Based on the Priority Substances List Assessment Report (GC 1994), Cr(VI

Environmental funding programs

Feb 19, 2020 ... and agriculture sectors to enhance stored carbon in forests and soils. More information on the Low Carbon Economy Fund Zero Plastic Waste Initiative (open for applications) This initiative contributes to Canada’s vision of a zero plastic waste future where plastics stay in the economy and out of the environment. It funds local projects that mobilize Canadians

Mississippi Mills - Information updates

Dec 12, 2019 ... with bottled water and water filtration systems, the sampling results of which indicate no detection of PFAS in drinking water post-filtration. NRC is also conducting on-site surface soil testing. Preliminary results identified very low levels of several compounds of potential concern on the NFL property, including cadmium, vanadium, sulphur, cyanide, and lead. Health

Dr. Alan Moulin | Directory of scientists and professionals

May 8, 2019 .... A., McConkey, B. G., Moulin, A. and Fraser, W. R. 2011. Lidar DEM error analyses and topographic depression identification in a hummocky landscape in the prairie region of Canada. Geomorphology 129: 263-275. Moulin, A. P., Buckley, K. E. and Volkmar, K. 2011. Soil quality as affected by amendments in bean-potato rotations. Can. J. of Soil Sci. 91: 533-542. Cohen, Y

Fact sheet: Benzene — Guidance and Orientation for the Selection of Technologies — Contaminated sites – Pollution and waste management – Environment and natural resources –

Nov 28, 2019 ... in soil Relative density 0.88 Floats on water Vapour pressure 90 mm Hg Very volatile Vapour density 2.7 Denser than air Solubility in water 1,750 mg/L Moderately soluble in water Henry's law constant 5 x 10-3 atm·m3/mol Rapid volatilization when dissolved log Koc (Depending on soil or sediment characteristics) 1.5 - 2.5* Moderate adsorption to organic matter

Withdrawal of Select Guidelines for Canadian Drinking Water Quality

Feb 21, 2020 ... Table 2 / Footnote 2 Diazinon: Most uses were phased out by 2016, with the exception of soil drench and ear tag applications. Return to table 2 / footnote 2referrer Table 3. Other chemicals unlikely to be found in drinking water at levels that could lead to adverse health effects. Canadian monitoring data indicate that exposure from drinking water is rare

Digging Up Dirt on the Spruce Budworm | Natural Resources Canada

Feb 6, 2020 ... are now looking at the potential impact that spruce budworm outbreaks could have on climate change. Two scientists from different government departments have hit the ground, literally in this case, to see if this little pest is having an impact on the carbon levels in forest soil. On today's episode: killer insects, scientific collaboration and elaborate cheese

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