2 edition of Impacts of climate change on resource management of the north found in the catalog.
Impacts of climate change on resource management of the north
by Environment Canada = Environnement Canada in Ottawa, Ont
|Other titles||Résumé du colloque relatif aux effets du changement climatique sur la gestion des ressources du nord / préparé par Timothy Goos et Geoffrey Wall.|
|Statement||prepared by Timothy Goos and Geoffrey Wall.|
|Series||Climate change digest = Sommaire du changement climatique -- 94-02|
|Contributions||Wall, Geoffrey., Canada. Atmospheric Environment Service., Canada. Service de l"environnement atmosphérique., Canada. Environment Canada., Canada. Environnement Canada.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||7, 8 p.|
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"Canada/U.S. Symposium on 'The Impacts of Climate Change on Resource Management in the North'"--Introduction. Description: 7, 8 pages ; 28 cm: Series Title: Climate change digest, CCD Other Titles: Résumé du colloque relatif aux effets du changement climatique sur la gestion des ressources du Nord: Responsibility.
Get this from a library. Impacts of climate change on resource management in the North. [Geoffrey Wall; University of Waterloo. Department of Geography.;] -- Purpose of symposium was to provide for information exchange and dialogue with northerners about current issues in climate and climate change, focussing on resource management.
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