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The Effect of Season of Fire on Post-fire Legacies in Northwestern Ontario Red Pine (Pinus resinosa) Mixedwoods
(University of Waterloo, 2005)
Prescribed burns are employed in the southern boreal forest of northwest Ontario, Canada, as a method of re-instating fire in this fire-dependent landscape. They are also used to manage fuel loads associated with tree ...
Comprehensive Settlement Planning in the MacKenzie River Delta, N.W.T.: A Proposed Planning Theory and Methodology (Northwest Territories)
(University of Waterloo, 1967)
The arctic and subarctic regions of Canada are increasingly developing as integral, participating parts of the total Canadian and world scene. Basic to this development in the North are the human, natural physical, and ...
Climate Change, Forest Fire Management & Interagency Cooperation in Canada
(University of Waterloo, 2012-10-26)
Climate change has begun to affect the frequency, intensity, and duration of weather related disaster events. This trend may foster a greater probability of encountering 2 or more disaster events simultaneously, increasing ...
Substantive and procedural equity in environmental planning: A case example of planning thermal treatment facilities for municipal solid waste in the Province of Ontario, Canada
(University of Waterloo, 2013-08-01)
Over the last few decades, thermal treatment of municipal solid waste (MSW) has been strongly opposed in North America. The reasons for public opposition are complex and could vary from community to community. Typically, ...
Aboriginal Participation in Tourism Planning in British Columbia
(University of Waterloo, 2010-07-22)
Tourism has been identified as a strategy for Indigenous communities worldwide to adopt in order to stimulate economic and social development. The goal of this research was to evaluate Aboriginal participation in tourism ...
Growth Appropriate Planning in Canada: What factors lead to the implementation of progressive planning and economic development policy in Canadian Communities?
(University of Waterloo, 2012-09-27)
ABSTRACT A key feature of Canada’s urban system is the uneven distribution of population and economic growth. The 2011 Census showed that in the past five years more than 80% of the country’s growth was concentrated in ...