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Water yield also includes a volume of water that is not renewable, specifically that portion of glacial melt water coming from receding glaciers.
Statistics Canada, Environment Accounts and Statistics Division, 2010, special tabulation.
Natural Resources Canada, 2008, From Impacts to Adaptation: Canada in a Changing Climate 2007, Lemmen, D.S., F.J. Warren, J. Lacroix and E. Bush (eds.), http://adaptation.nrcan.gc.ca/assess/2007/index_e.php (accessed April 16, 2010), pages 23 and 24.
Natural Resources Canada, 2008, From Impacts to Adaptation: Canada in a Changing Climate 2007, Lemmen, D.S., F.J. Warren, J. Lacroix and E. Bush (eds.), http://adaptation.nrcan.gc.ca/assess/2007/index_e.php (accessed April 16, 2010), page 9.
Statistics Canada, Standards Division, 2009, Standard Drainage Area Classification (SDAC) 2003, www.statcan.gc.ca/subjects-sujets/standard-norme/sdac-ctad/sdac-ctad-eng.htm (accessed April 16, 2010).
Water Footprint Network, 2009, Water Footprint: FAQ: Technical questions, www.waterfootprint.org/?page=files/FAQ_Technical_questions (accessed December 17, 2009).
Water Footprint Network, 2010, Water Footprint: Product Gallery: Beef, www.waterfootprint.org/?page=files/productgallery&product=beef (accessed April 21, 2010).
This particular estimate does not include water used in the slaughtering, rendering and food processing industries.
Water Footprint Network, 2009, Water Footprint: Introduction, www.waterfootprint.org/?page=files/home (accessed December 17, 2009).