2 edition of Mackenzie Basin impact study : summary of interim report #2 found in the catalog.
Mackenzie Basin impact study : summary of interim report #2
Stewart J. Cohen
by Minister of Supply and Services Canada = Ministre des approvisionnements et services Canada in Ottawa, Ont
Written in English
|Statement||by Stewart J. Cohen.|
|Series||Climate change digest = Sommaire du changement climatique -- 95-01|
|Contributions||Canada. Atmospheric Environment Service., Canada. Service de l"environnement atmosphérique., Canada. Environment Canada., Canada. Environnement Canada.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||9, 10 p.|
|Number of Pages||10|
Book. T.R. Lakshmanan, Uma Subramanian, William P. Anderson and Frannie A Leautier "Potential Impacts of Climate Change on Petroleum Production in the Northwest Territories," Mackenzie Basin Impact Study, Interim Report 2, Atmospheric Environment Centre, Environment Canada William P. Anderson, Pavlos Kanaroglou, and Eric Miller, Analysis of Drivers and Barriers to Land Use Change Report2 for more information. A good example would be in the Mackenzie Basin which has a LUC of 6 and a soil limitation, yet this land is irrigated and farming dairy cattle which you may otherwise associate with typically more productive LUC classes (i.e. .
- Contributed to the Mackenzie Basin Climate Change Impact study () through assessing the Impact of Climate Change on two main watersheds in B.C., Canada. - Conducted a study of the Impact of the W.C. Bennett Dam operation on the Peace-Athabasca Delta. 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.
In , we hope to use support from Tracking Change to conduct a pilot year for this project. Specifically, we will organize 2 fish camps to: 1) record local knowledge of Pacific Salmon, 2) seek local input on the direction and structure of the project, and 3) assist with development of interview questions to be used in There will be wider impacts on the regional community, and the Harris et al report uses an estimate of to total FTEs for every one FTE of direct employment, and approximately to ratio of total value added to direct value added in a regional community comprising Timaru, Mackenzie, Oamaru and Waimate districts.
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Get this from a library. Mackenzie Basin impact study: summary of interim report #2. [Stewart J Cohen; Canada. Atmospheric Environment Service.]. 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. Get this from a library. Mackenzie Basin impact study (MBIS). Interim report #2: proceedings of the Sixth Biennial AES/DIAND Meeting on Northern Climate & Mid Study Workshop of the Mackenzie Basin Impact Study: Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, April[Stewart J Cohen; Canada.
Environment Canada.;].English, Book, Illustrated, Government publication edition: Mackenzie Basin impact study final report: summary of results / Stewart J.
Cohen with contributions from. In this respect, this paper focuses on methodological development in research to study climate change impacts and regional sustainable development (RSD). It starts with an introduction of an. The purpose of this study was to explore relationships between baseline climate conditions ( ), and forest composition and productivity, over the Mackenzie Basin at the forest inventory unit level, for use in the development of a forest productivity model.
The Mackenzie Basin Forest Productivity model (MBFP model) was then constructed to project the climate-related forest attributes. A regional climate model, WRF (Weather Research and Forecasting model), was set-up and fine-tuned to simulate the possible impacts of climate change to the Mackenzie River Basin (MRB) of Canada from May to October.
The baseline (–) regional climate of the MRB simulated by WRF agrees well with gridded observed climate data, ANUSPLIN of Environment Canada.
The Mackenzie Basin Impact Study (MBIS) is presented as a case study that illustrates the challenges and opportunities presented by integrated regional assessment of climate change scenarios in a large watershed in northwestern Canada.
Recommended articles Citing articles (0). The Mackenzie Basin impact studygoes on to outline how in contrast to sea levels, lake and river water levels will actually drop.
This will affect freshwater sources and fish and wildlife habitat. There will also be an impact on agriculture, forestry and fishery industries because of more frequent droughts and fires.
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 simulations.
A first approximation of the effect of climate warming on the white pine weevil hazard in the Mackenzie River Drainage Basin. In Mackenzie Basin Impact Study (MIBS) Interim Report #2. No summary report has been published, however, for wider circulation.
This is the purpose of the present article. Data are presented for the period Cohen, S.J., ed. Mackenzie Basin Impact Study (MBIS), Interim Report No. Report sponsored by Environment Canada; Indian and Northern Affairs Canada; Renewable Resources Department.
References. Abbs, D.J., A numerical modeling study to investigate the assumptions used in the calculation of probable maximum Resources. Landscape. The Mackenzie Basin is described in a report by Boffa Miskell () as a vast open landscape where landforms are often huge and vistas are wide and uncluttered.
The low form of the vegetation allows the landform to dominate the landscape and define the horizon. ELSEVIER GLOBAL AND PLANETARY CHANGE Global and Planetary Change 1 t () Integrated regional assessment of global climatic change: lessons from the Mackenzie Basin Impact Study (MBIS) Stewart J.
Cohen Atmospheric Environment Service, Environment Canada, and Sustainable Development Research Institute, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C. Hydrometric and sediment data collected by Environment Canada in the Mackenzie Basin during the period 94 have been analyzed to produce detailed estimates of sediment inputs to the Mackenzie.
Mackenzie Basin  For the Mackenzie basin, our comparison data sets were prepared as a monthly climatology for the MAGS experiment: for temperature and precipitation for the period –, and for evaporation for the period – [see Betts et al., a].
Mackenzie Basin Impact Study, Interim Report 1. Environment Canada, Atmospheric Environment Service, Downsview, Ontario, Canada, pp. If visible, please click on the Kudos Summary button above to view the author's plain language summary of this article.
Report of Canadian Climate Center. Atmospheric Environment Service of Canada, Toronto. Cohen S. (ed) () MacKenzie Basin Impact Study, Interim Report #2. Proceedings of the mid-study workshop of the Mackenzie Basin Impact Study, Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, April.
Report of Canadian Climate Center. The strong impact of T a on T w was verified by model sensitivity analysis based on various scenarios involving changes in the T a and Q forcings.
Finally, this study demonstrated the warming of T w in Arctic rivers induced by T a warming, suggesting the potential for warming T w of Arctic rivers under future climate change scenarios. 2 and climate,andin thesGilbertN. Plass() continued research related to greenhouse-gas warming through decades in which human-induced climate change had yet to become a popular issue.
In the s, the Study of Critical Environmental Problems () and the Study of Man’s Impact. This study quantifies the effect of precipitation bias corrections on basin water balance calculations for the Yellow River Source region (YRS).
We analyse long-term (–).The Beaufort-Mackenzie basin (), a petroleum exploration frontier region in Arctic Canada, contains a thick (> 14 km) Upper Cretaceous-Cenozoic postrift succession consisting of variably folded and faulted deltaic complexes (Dietrich and Dixon, ).It is underlain in part by a Jurassic-Lower Cretaceous, clastic synrift succession and a mainly Paleozoic, carbonate-dominated prerift succession ().