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Assessing the impacts of climate change on fluvial processes: using a physically-based model to determine hydrologic responses of the Slate River
Watershed models are an important tool in regional planning and conservation efforts. They can provide valuable insight into the potential impacts of different land use changes and future climate change scenarios on ...
First Nation observations and perspectives on the changing climate in Ontario's Northern Boreal: forming bridges across the disappearing "Blue-Ice" (Kah-Oh-Shah-Whah-Skoh Siig Mii-Koom)
Forests can have significant potential to mitigate climate change. Conversely, climatic changes have significant potential to alter forest environments. Forest management options may well mitigate climate change. However, ...
Impacts of invasive earthworms on carbon storage in southern boreal hardwood forests
The introduction of invasive, non-native earthworms into forest ecosystems has increased as recreational, industrial, and commercial activities increase in northern Ontario. The presence of these ecosystem engineers in ...
Comparison of forest fire regimes between Heilongjiang in China and Ontario
This research summarizes and compares the differences in forest fire regimes in the provinces of Ontario, Canada, and Heilongjiang, China, as it relates to fire suppression techniques, human activities, and climate change. ...