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Mackenzie basin impact study final report

Canada. Environment Canada.

Mackenzie basin impact study final report

summary of results.

by Canada. Environment Canada.

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Published by Environment Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mackenzie River Valley, (N.W.T.) -- Economic conditions.,
  • Mackenzie River Valley, (N.W.T.) -- Environmental aspects.,
  • Mackenzie River Valley (N.W.T.) -- Social conditions.

  • Edition Notes

    6

    The Physical Object
    Pagination20 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22118864M

    The Mackenzie Basin (popularly and traditionally known as the Mackenzie Country) is an elliptical intermontane basin located in the Mackenzie and Waitaki Districts, near the centre of the South Island of New Zealand. It is the largest such basin in New Zealand. Historically famous mainly for sheep farming, the sparsely populated area is now also a popular tourism destination.   Cohen, Stewart J. Executive Summary. pp. in S.J. Cohen, ed. Mackenzie basin Impact Study (MBIS) -- Final Report. Downsview, ON: EARG, Atmospheric Environment Service, Environment Canada. Walker, Brian and Will Steffen. An overview of the implications of global change for natural and managed terrestrial ecosystems.

    This is the Final Report of the Mackenzie Basin Impact Study (mbis), a six-year collaborative research project which began in and was supported by the Canadian government, Northwest Territories government, bc Hydro, the University of Victoria, Esso Resources Ltd. and others. Integrated modelling of water availability and water use in the semi-arid Northeast of Brazil, Physics and Chemistry of the Earth (accepted for publication) Cohen, S (Ed.), MacKenzie Basin Impact Study (MBIS), Final Report, Atmospheric Environment Service, Environment Canada, Toronto. Edmonds, J.A., Wise, M. and MacCracken, C. ().Cited by:

    Follow Stewart Jay Cohen and explore their bibliography from 's Stewart Jay Cohen Author g: Mackenzie Basin. The difference to comparable integrated assessment efforts, e.g. the McKenzie Basin Impact Study (Cohen, ) is that the benefits of MCA are used for structuring and streamlining the approach itself avoiding essential by: 7.


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People: economic activities and communities -- Coping with floods: an analogue for dealing with the transition to a modified climate in the northern sector of the Mackenzie Basin -- The socio-economic implications of climate change in the forest sector of the Mackenzie Basin -- CO\uinduced climatic change and agricultural potential in.

Mackenzie Basin impact study final report: summary of results. [Stewart Jay Cohen] formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.

# \u00C9tude d\'impact sur le.English, Book, Illustrated, Government publication edition: Mackenzie Basin impact study final report: summary of results / Stewart J. Cohen with contributions from Randall Barrett.

The Mackenzie Basin Impact Study (MBIS) has been a six-year collaborative research effort, led by Dr. Stewart Cohen of the Environmental Adaptation Research Group, to assess the potential impacts of climate change scenarios on the Mackenzie Basin region of northwestern Canada. This area has experienced a warming of about °C this century.

Projections from General Circulation Models. Mackenzie Basin impact study: summary of interim report #2 / Author: prepared for Climate change digest, Atmospheric Environment Service by Stewart J.

Cohen. Publication info: [Downsview, Ont.]: The Service, c Format: Book, Government Document. In: Cohen (ed). Mackenzie River Basin Impact Study (MBIS) Interim Report #2. Atmospheric Environment Service, Environment Canada, Downsview, Ontario, Canada.

23 Lutselk’e Dene First Nation. Traditional ecological knowledge in the Kache Tue study region final report. West Kitikmeot Slave Study Society, Yellowknife, Northwest Territories.

Cohen SJ () Mackenzie Basin Impact Study (MBIS) Final Report. Environment Canada, Downsview, Ontario Google Scholar Derksen C, Brown R, MacKay M () Mackenzie Basin snow cover: variability and trends from conventional data, satellite remote sensing, and Canadian Regional Climate Model by:   D.S.

Rothman and D. Herbert, The role of forests and the potential impacts of changing climate in the Mackenzie Basin, in: The Mackenzie Basin Impact Study: Final Report, ed. S.J. Cohen (Environment Canada, ).Cited by: future for the Mackenzie Basin 11 Good tools and good processes 11 Early wins and commitment to longer term improvement programmes 11 Study area 11 Definition – the Basin 11 Regulatory framework - overview 13 Crown pastoral leases and tenure review 13 Biosecurity Act 15 Resource Management Act 15 Mackenzie Agreement and Trust The Mackenzie Basin Impact Study (MBIS) would serve as a model.

Dr Manfred A Lange, Finland/Gerrnany, had been appointed as core group leader for BASIS, and Dr Vera Alexander, USA, as core group leader for BESIS. Further information on regional impact studies under agenda item2.Z. Science Agenda Item Mass Balance of Glaciers and Ice Sheets. ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: English and French on inverted pages.

Notes: Title on added t.p. inverted: Étude d'impact sur le bassin du Mackenzie. BibTeX @INPROCEEDINGS{Cohen97executivesummary, author = {Merav Cohen and Katherine L. Wilson and Yosef Gruenbaum}, title = {Executive Summary}, booktitle = {In: S.J.

Cohen (ed). Mackenzie Basin Impact Study Final Report. Environment}, year = {}}. Landslides and permafrost in the Mackenzie Valley. In: Final report of the Mackenzie Basin Impact Study.

Vancouver, BC: Environment Canada. ↑ Gratto-Trevor, C.L. Climate change: Proposed effects on shorebird habitat, prey, and numbers in the Outer Mackenzie Delta. In: Final report of the Mackenzie Basin Impact Study. Vancouver, BC. Cohen, S.J.: a, Mackenzie Basin Impact Study Final Report, North York, Ontario, Environment Canada.

Google Scholar Cohen, S.J.: b, ‘What if and so what in Northwest Canada: Could climate change make a difference to the future of the Mackenzie Basin?’Cited by: 8.

@INPROCEEDINGS{Manning97executivesummary, author = {Brennan Manning and Rev Lud Golz}, title = {Executive Summary}, booktitle = {In: S.J. Cohen (ed). Mackenzie Basin Impact Study Final Report. Mackenzie Basin Impact Study Final Report. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): fundamental obstacle to racial equality was the instability of Black families, and especially the prevalence of single-mother families.

That same year, he predicted that the spread of single-parent families would result not only in rising poverty and inequality but also in soaring rates of crime and violence. Y. Yin, Integrated climate change impact assessment and sustainable land use: The Mackenzie River Basin, in: Mackenzie Basin Impact Study Final Report, ed.

S.J. Cohen, Environment Canada, North York () pp. – Google ScholarCited by: Basin Impact Study (MBIS) in Canada. T he paper then provides some articulation on how the integrated approach was applied in the Mackenzie Basin.

Modeling forest dynamics in the Mackenzie Basin under a changing climate. In: Cohen, S.J., ed. Mackenzie Basin Impact Study (MBIS), Final Report. Environment Canada. Melville GT () Climate change and yield considerations for cold-water fish based on measures of thermal habitat: lake trout in the Mackenzie Great Lakes.

Aqu Ecosys Sect, Environ Br, Sask Res Council, Mackenzie Basin impact study final report, pp – Google ScholarCited by:. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): The EU Framework V CoastView Project focuses on the physical problems associated with sedimentary coasts.

It is designed to simplify the task of coastal zone management through the implementation of video-derived coastal state indicators (CSIs). This report presents the results of the first CoastView Coastal State.

Mackenzie Basin Impact Study (MBIS) Final Report: Summary of Results, Ottawa: Environment Canada. [Google Scholar]) for two pioneering impact and adaptation projects in Canada.

by: MacKenzie Basin Impact Study (MBIS), Final Report, Atmospheric Environment Service. Environment Canada, Toronto Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Task Group on Scenarios for Climate.