Sub-sub drainage areas with the highest intensities of nitrogen and phosphorus production from manure, 2006
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|Rank||Sub-sub drainage area||Nitrogen||Sub-sub drainage area||Phosphorus|
|1||Maitland (Ont.)||58||Maitland (Ont.)||17|
|2||Upper Thames (Ont.)||56||Upper Thames (Ont.)||17|
|3||Upper Grand (Ont.)||46||Yamaska (Que.)||13|
|4||Yamaska (Que.)||42||Upper Grand (Ont.)||13|
|5||Ausable (Ont.)||39||Ausable (Ont.)||12|
|6||Saugeen (Ont.)||35||Rat and Tourond (Man.)||11|
|7||Rat and Tourond (Man.)||33||Saugeen (Ont.)||10|
|8||Central Oldman-Belly (Alta.)||32||Penetangore (Ont.)||9|
|9||Penetangore (Ont.)||31||Central Oldman - Belly (Alta.)||9|
|10||Little Bow (Alta.)||30||Little Bow (Alta.)||8|
|Source(s): Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada and Statistics Canada, Environment Accounts and Statistics Division, special tabulations, Census of Agriculture, Census Geographic Component Base, 2006.|