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Cumulative impacts within the northern river basins

Cumulative impacts within the northern river basins

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Published by Northern River Basins Study in Edmonton .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Athabasca River Watershed (Alta.),
  • Peace River Watershed (B.C. and Alta.),
  • Slave River Watershed (Alta. and N.W.T.),
  • Alberta, Northern.,
  • Northwest Territories.,
  • Alberta (Nord),
  • Territoires du Nord-Ouest.,
  • Alberta,
  • Athabasca, Bassin de l".,
  • Paix, Bassin de la rivière de la (C.-B. et Alb.),
  • Esclaves, Bassin de la rivière des (Alb. et T.N.-O)
    • Subjects:
    • Stream ecology -- Alberta, Northern.,
    • Stream ecology -- Northwest Territories.,
    • Écologie des cours d"eau -- Alberta (Nord),
    • Écologie des cours d"eau -- Territoires du Nord-Ouest.,
    • Environnement -- Alberta -- Athabasca, Bassin de l".,
    • Environnement -- Paix, Bassin de la rivière de la (C.-B. et Alb.),
    • Environnement -- Esclaves, Bassin de la rivière des (Alb. et T.N.-O),
    • Athabasca River Watershed (Alta.) -- Environmental conditions.,
    • Peace River Watershed (B.C. and Alta.) -- Environmental conditions.,
    • Slave River Watershed (Alta. and N.W.T.) -- Environmental conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Frederick J. Wrona ... [et. al.].
      SeriesNorthern River Basins Study synthesis report ;, no. 11
      ContributionsWrona, Frederick J., Northern River Basins Study (Canada)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQH541.5.S7 C86 1996
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 101 p. :
      Number of Pages101
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3465662M
      ISBN 100662246608
      LC Control Number2005440146
      OCLC/WorldCa35947685

        Rising temperatures and changing precipitation patterns across the Hindu Kush–Himalaya (HKH) region resulting from climate change have an influence on water resource availability and food security for the downstream population. This review seeks to objectively assess the available evidence of the impacts of climate change on glacier hydrology and the wider implications Cited by: CUMULATIVE POTENTIAL HYDROLOGIC IMPACTS OF SURFACE COAL MINING IN THE EASTERN POWDER RIVER STRUCTURAL BASIN, NORTHEASTERN WYOMING By Lawrence J. Martin, David L. Naftz, H.W. Lowham, and J.G. Rankl U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Water-Resources Investigations Report Prepared in cooperation with the WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL Cited by:

      Suggested Citation:"Responding to the Cumulative Impacts on Land and Water Activities in the Region's Estuaries and Near-Coastal Environments." National Research Council. Improving Interactions Between Coastal Science and Policy: Proceedings of the Gulf of Maine Symposium. Washington, DC: The. downstream, including WBNP, SLFN reserves, and the Slave River, and consequently SLFN’s ability to exercise our Treaty rights and interests. SLFN has experienced the downstream cumulative impacts from existing oil sands development, many of which are located within the same distance from WBNP as the proposed Project.

      [1] This paper presents a quantitative estimation of the impact of reservoirs on discharge and irrigation water supply during the 20th century at global, continental, and river basin scale. Compared to a natural situation the combined effect of reservoir operation and irrigation extractions decreased mean annual discharge to oceans and significantly changed the timing of this discharge.   Coalmines planned in the Galilee Basin – including Adani’s Carmichael mine – understated the likely impacts on surrounding water resources, a Author: Ben Smee.


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