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Environment Canada, 2011, Calculation of the 1971 to 2000 Climate Normals for Canada, http://climate.weatheroffice.gc.ca/prods_servs/normals_documentation_e.html (accessed January 10, 2011).
Environment Canada, 2011, Climate Trends and Variations, www.ec.gc.ca/adsc-cmda/default.asp?lang=En&n=F3D25729-1 (accessed February 7, 2011).
Global Climate Observing System, 2011, Global Climate Observing System, www.wmo.int/pages/prog/gcos/index.php?name=EssentialClimateVariable (accessed February 14, 2011).
Global Observing Systems Information Center, n.d. (no date), GCOS Essential Climate Variables (ECV) Data & Information Access Matrix, http://gosic.org/ios/MATRICES/ECV/ecv-matrix.htm (accessed February 14, 2011).
Environment Canada, 2010, About Climate Trends and Variations Bulletin, www.ec.gc.ca/adsc-cmda/default.asp?lang=En&n=D48C5C94-1 (accessed February 25, 2011).
Environment Canada, 2010, Adjusted and Homogenized Canadian Climate Data (AHCCD), http://ec.gc.ca/dccha-ahccd/default.asp?lang=En&n=B1F8423A-1 (accessed January 28, 2011).
The World Meteorological Organization recommends that countries prepare 30-year climate normals for the periods ending in 1930, 1960 and 1990. See: Environment Canada, 2011, Calculation of the 1971 to 2000 Climate Normals, http://climate.weatheroffice.gc.ca/prods_servs/normals_documentation_e.html (accessed January 28, 2011).
E. Milewska and W.D. Hogg, 2001, "Spatial Representativeness of a Long-Term Climate Network in Canada,"Atmosphere-Ocean, Vol. 39, no. 2, pages 145 to 161.
P.K. Sen, 1968, "Estimates of the regression coefficient based on Kendall's tau," Journal of the American Statistical Association, Vol. 63, pages 1379 to 1389.
To enquire about the statistical analysis used in this article, contact the Information Officer (613-951-0297; environ@statcan.gc.ca), Environment Accounts and Statistics Division.
The annual mean temperature departure trends for the nation as a whole and for all climatic regions showed confidence levels varying from 90% to 99.9%.
The seasonal mean temperature departure trends for the nation showed confidence levels varying from 99% to 99.9%.
The seasonal mean minimum are maximum temperature departure trends for the nation showed confidence levels of 99.1% for all but the fall maximum (90% confidence level) and the fall minimum (99% confidence level).
Statistics Canada, 2007, Households and the Environment, Catalogue no. 11-526-X, Table 4.
Statistics Canada, 2009, Survey of Drinking Water Plants, 2005 to 2007, Catalogue no. 16-403-X, Tables 5 and 6.
Statistics Canada, 2009, Survey of Drinking Water Plants, 2005 to 2007, Catalogue no. 16-403-X, Table 11.
Department of National Health and Welfare, 1993, Guidelines for Canadian Drinking Water Quality - Water Treatment Principles and Applications: A Manual for the Production of Drinking Water, Canadian Water and Wastewater Association, Ottawa.
Statistics Canada, Environment Accounts and Statistics Division, 2011, Survey of Drinking Water Plants, special tabulation.
American Water Works Association, 2011, Water Quality & Treatment: A Handbook on Drinking Water, Sixth Edition, J.K. Edzwald (ed.), New York , McGraw-Hill.
The other unfiltered systems treating groundwater—disinfection only and no treatment—were not included in the analysis.
Statistics Canada, Environment Accounts and Statistics Division, 2011, Survey of Drinking Water Plants, special tabulation.
Statistics Canada, Environment Accounts and Statistics Division, 2011, Survey of Drinking Water Plants, special tabulation.
Statistics Canada, Environment Accounts and Statistics Division, 2011, Survey of Drinking Water Plants, special tabulation.
Statistics Canada, 2009, Survey of Drinking Water Plants, 2005 to 2007, Catalogue no. 16-403-X, Table 19.
Statistics Canada, 2009, Survey of Drinking Water Plants, 2005 to 2007, Catalogue no. 16-403-X, Table 19.
A warm dry wind which blows east of the Rocky Mountains.
Not all of Calgary is included in this ecoregion and this may influence reported labour force characteristics.
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