Measuring renewable water assets in Canada: Initial results and research agenda - ARCHIVED

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Canada's renewable water resources are mostly the result of rain and melted snow that flow over the ground, eventually reaching our rivers and lakes. This article describes the results of a new methodology producing consistent national estimates of Canada's total annual average water yield from 1971 to 2000.

Issue Number: 2009002
Author(s): Henry, Mark; Soulard, François

Main Product: EnviroStats

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