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Natural Resources Canada, 2009, Coastline and Shoreline, (accessed October 26, 2009).
World Resources Institute, 2003, World Resources 2002-2004: Decisions for the Earth: Balance, voice, and power, (accessed February, 10, 2010).
United States Environmental Protection Agency, 2008, Great Lakes Factsheet No.1: Physical Features and Population, (accessed February, 10, 2010).
Environment Canada, 2002, Water – Here, There and Everywhere, (accessed January 19, 2010).
United States Environment Protection Agency, 2008, The Great Lakes: An Environmental Atlas and Resource Book, (accessed May 5, 2010).
LakeNet, 2004, Lakes at a Glance, (accessed January 19, 2010).
Natural Resources Canada, 2003, Geographical Name Search Service, (accessed January 25, 2010).
Natural Resources Canada, 2009, The Atlas of Canada: Frequently Asked Questions about Canada, (accessed January 21, 2010).
Natural Resources Canada, 2009, The Atlas of Canada: Glaciers, (accessed April 27, 2010).
Natural Resources Canada, 2007, Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation: A Canadian Perspective: Impacts on Water Supply, (accessed April 21, 2010).
Comeau, L.E.L., A. Pietroniro and M. Demuth, 2008, Glacier Contribution to the North and South Saskatchewan River Basins, presented at the Canadian Geophysical Union’s Annual Meeting entitled Canadian Geophysical Sciences: Present and Future (11 to 14 May 2008) at Banff Park Lodge, (accessed April 28, 2010).
Natural Resources Canada, 2009, The Atlas of Canada: Wetlands, (accessed November 12, 2009).
Wulder, M.A., J.C. White, M. Cranny, R.J. Hall, J.E. Luther, A. Beaudoin, D.G. Goodenough and J.A. Dechka, 2008, “Monitoring Canada’s forests. Part 1: Completion of the EOSD land cover project,”Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing. vol. 34, no.6, pages 549 to 562.
Cherry, J.A., 1987, “Groundwater Occurrence and Contamination in Canada,” pages 387 to 424 in Healey, M.C. and R.R. Wallace (eds.), Canadian Aquatic Resources, no. 215 of Canadian Bulletin of Fisheries and Aquatic Science, Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Ottawa.
The portion of this yield coming from receding glaciers is unsustainable.
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, AQUASTAT, 2010, Review of water resource statistics by country, (accessed February 9, 2010).
Natural Resources Canada, 2009, The Atlas of Canada: Mean Total Precipitation, (accessed November 10, 2009).
Bemrose, R., L. Kemp, M. Henry and F. Soulard, 2009, "The Water Yield for Canada As a Thirty-year Average (1971 to 2000): Concepts, Methodology and Initial Results," Environment Accounts and Statistics Analytical and Technical Paper Series, Statistics Canada, Catalogue no. 16-001-M2009007.
Statistics Canada, Environment Accounts and Statistics Division, 2010, special tabulation.
Statistics Canada, CANSIM Table 153-0057 (accessed June 1, 2010).
Bemrose, R., P. Meszaros, B. Quenneville, M. Henry, L. Kemp and F. Soulard, 2010, “Using a Trend-Cycle Approach to Estimate Changes in Southern Canada’s Freshwater Yield, from 1971 to 2004," Environment Accounts and Statistics Analytical and Technical Paper Series, Statistics Canada, Catalogue no. 16-001-M2010014.
Soulard, F. and M. Henry, 2009, “Measuring renewable water assets in Canada: Initial results and research agenda," EnviroStats, vol. 3, no. 2, Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 16-002-X200900210889.
Standing Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry, 2003, Climate Change: We Are at Risk: Final Report, (consulted April 15, 2010).
Statistics Canada, CANSIM Table 001-0010 (accessed May 10, 2010).
Statistics Canada, 2003, Livestock Statistics: Fourth Quarter 2002, Catalogue no. 23-603-X.