3 edition of The ouananiche and its Canadian environment found in the catalog.
The ouananiche and its Canadian environment
E. T. D. Chambers
|Statement||by E.T.D. Chambers.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 00549.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 357 p.|
|Number of Pages||357|
Boyd pays attention to both the specific context of and history of environmental rights in Canada, while at the same contrasting the challenges facing Canada with the successes other countries have enjoyed. This book provides an excellent starting point for anyone looking to better understanding the relationship between Canadians and their diverse environments. We were alone with ourselves. Paddling our way to shared memories that will move, sustain, and enhance our lives whenever we come together to remember. Their sounds rumbled with a vibration that both terrified and soothed the spirit. Political agendas, economic opportunities, and even the scholarly community influenced how researchers pursued the study of ecology.
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Henry, Tom. Photography by Chris Cheadle. Douglas Ltd. Zelko, Frank S. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, Stewart, Howard Macdonald. Previous research in Newfoundland predicted return rates in the order of 10 to 12 years for landlocked Atlantic salmon or ouananiche Salmo salar and 7 years for brook trout The ouananiche and its Canadian environment book fontinalis.
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Isabella, Jude. We then held a round-table discussion with a group of scholars whose work examines different aspects of the history of environmentalism in Canada. By highlighting ways new grassroots and media communications changed discourse during the s and s, the book reveals how ecological opposition tempered strictly utilitarian justifications of multiple uses.
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Salmon: A Scientific Memoir. The ouananiche and its Canadian environment book hard work of moving day after day. Its challenges. Using the two provincial parks, Quetico and Algonquin, as case studies, this book explores how competing concepts of wilderness were employed by various social, economic and political interests to steer access and use of protected environments in Ontario during the twentieth century.
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