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Main Title Cumulative effects assessment in Canada : an agenda for action and research /
Author Peterson, E. B.
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Peterson, E. B.
CORP Author Canadian Environmental Assessment Research Council.
Publisher Minister of Supply and Services Canada,
Year Published 1987
OCLC Number 17273419
ISBN 0662156072; 9780662156079
Subjects Environmental impact analysis--Canada. ; Environmental monitoring--Canada.
Additional Subjects Environmental impact analysis--Canada ; Environmental monitoring--Canada
Internet Access
Description Access URL
http://collection.nlc-bnc.ca/100/200/301/ceaa-acee/cumulative_effects-e/bp2_87e.pdf
Holdings
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Status
EHAM  TD194.6 C85 Region 1 Library/Boston,MA 01/01/1988
EJBM  TD194.6.C85 1987 Headquarters Library/Washington,DC 11/17/1989
Collation 63 pages : illustrations, map ; 28 cm
Notes
"A background paper prepared for the Canadian Environmental Assessment Research Council." Includes bibliographical references (pages 57-63).
Contents Notes
This state-of-the-art review of cumulative effects assessment in Canada confirms that cumulative effects are having an increasingly significant impact on the quality of natural and social environments in Canada. Most significant cumulative effects issues facing Canadians are consolidated into 13 categories: long range transportation of air pollutants; urban air quality and airshed saturation; mobilization of persistent or bioaccumulated substances; cumulative effects associated with climatic modification; occupation of land by man-made features; habitat alienation; habitat fragmentation; losses of soil quality and quantity; effects of use of agricultural, silvicultural and horticultural chemicals; reduction of groundwater supplies and groundwater contamination; increased sediment, chemical and thermal loading of freshwater and marine habitats; accelerating rates of renewable resource harvesting; long-term containment and disposal of toxic wastes.