ecological analysis of the Waterloo-South Wellington region.

by University of Waterloo. School of Urban and Regional Planning

Publisher: Division of Environmental Studies, University of Waterloo in [Waterloo, Ont.]

Written in English
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  • Regional planning -- Ontario -- Waterloo County,
  • Regional planning -- Ontario -- Wellington County,
  • Ecology -- Ontario -- Wellington County,
  • Ecology -- Ontario -- Waterloo County

Edition Notes

Cover title: Ecoplan: Waterloo-S. Wellington. Includes bibliography.

Other titlesEcoplan: Waterloo-S. Wellington
StatementR.S. Dorney, I.F. MacNaughton, and L.C. Dorney, editors.
ContributionsDorney, R. S., MacNaughton, I. F., Dorney, L. C.
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 202 leaves. illus., maps. ;
Number of Pages202
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19188396M

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Wellington region 4 Background 4 Monitoring objectives 4 Monitoring sites 4 Monitoring variables 6 Water quality variables 6 Biological variables 7 Supporting variables 7 3. Rivers and streams in the Wellington region 9 Permanently flowing rivers and streams 9.

Regional Ecological Footprints Most of this report is devoted to detailed and systematic analysis of the ecological footprints for the sixteen regional council areas in New Zealand, as measured in. Dorney RS, George MG (eds) () An Ecological Analysis of the Waterloo-South Wellington Region.

Waterloo, Ont.: University of Waterloo, Division of Environmental Studies. Google ScholarAuthor: Robert S. Dorney. Published by the Department of Conservation, Wellington.

Maps and text prepared while Biological Resources Centre was administered by Head Office, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, prior to 1 April Ecological region and district boundaries and prescriptions prepared by.

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