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This dataset contains annual mean stream water flow/discharge data derived from daily means for headwater streams draining forested hillslopes measured at stream catchments C31, C32, C33, C34, C35, C37, C38, C39, C42, C46, C47, C49, and C50 in the Turkey Lakes Watershed, approximately 60 km northwest of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada. This data set is recorded as annual mean flow by calendar year (January-December in litres per second), annual mean flow by water year (October to September in litres per second), and annual number of zero flow days by water year. Daily mean flows that were used to derive this data set were recorded from 1981-2012 by the Great Lakes Forestry Centre, and are reported for 1981-2011 due to some inaccuracies throughout the 2012 data.
The Turkey Lakes Watershed (TLW) Study was established in 1979 by several federal government departments (Natural Resources Canada, Environment and Climate Change Canada, and Fisheries and Oceans Canada) to study the impacts of acid rain on aquatic and forest ecosystems but has since expanded to include other research on toxic contaminants, forest harvesting, habitat modification, and climate change. The TLW is a mixed hardwood forest with a 10.5 km squared area in the Canada Shield that drains into Lake Superior, and has been the focus of many interdisciplinary, whole-ecosystem studies on environmental issues. Benthic invertebrates, or insects found at the bottom of waterbodies, can be key indicators of stream health and play important roles in nutrient cycling and the food chain. In 1995, a project within the TLW aimed to evaluate how stream ecosystems respond to tree harvesting, which involved long-term surveys of benthic invertebrate communities pre- and post-harvest.
Unintentional gear-up landing on runway, Province of Ontario, Ministry of Northern Development, Mines, Natural Resources and Forestry, Canadair CL-215-6B11 (Series CL-415), C-GOGH, Sault Ste. Marie Airport, Ontario, 02 May 2021
Stream water samples are collected as part of the Regional Geochemical Survey (RGS) program, which covers over 80% of British Columbia. An additional 4332 stream and lake water samples were analyzed by ICP-MS, ICP-ES and other methods for trace and minor elements in NTS map areas 082M, 093C/D/F/K/L/M, 094L/M, 103A, 104A/H/J/P. The data provides the elements found in the water sample as well as the test method, the detection limit and the original source. The data is available for download and viewing at the BC Geological Survey website.
Briefing binder for the Minister of Health’s appearances on Supplementary Estimates (C), 2020-21: Votes 1c and 5c under Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Vote 5c under Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Votes 1c and 10c under Department of Health and Votes 1c, 5c and 10c under Public Health Agency of Canada
This database contains the data set described in Andrieux B. et al. (in preparation) about soil organic carbon bioreactivity in Quebec's spruce feathermoss forests. The soil carbon bioreactivity has been evaluated with long-term lab incubations. Carbon density in different soil functional reservoirs is available at the plot scale (n = 72): total C stock in the O layer (FH horizon), total C stock in the mineral soil (0 to 35 cm), total bioreactive C stock, total acid-insoluble C stock.
To provide sponsors of new drug submissions with the information necessary to comply with Sections C.08.002(2)(h), C.08.002.1(2)(c)(ii) and C.08.003(3) of the Food and Drug Regulations (Regulations) with respect to comparative bioavailability studies used in support of the safety and efficacy of a drug.
The Non-Methane Hydrocarbons (NMHC) Measurements Study was a continuous measurement program carried out at the Centre for Atmospheric Research Experiments (CARE) at Egbert, ON. Approximately 30 C2 to C8 hydrocarbons (in gaseous form) were collected and analyzed every three hours by an automated, in-situ gas chromatograph system. The measured compounds included C2 to C6 alkanes, alkene, alkynes, and the C6 to C8 light aromatic species (BTEX).
Data were collected continuously from March, 2001 to February 2011.
To ensure that sponsors of new drug submissions have the information necessary to comply with Sections C.08.002(2)(h), C.08.002.1(2)(c)(ii) and C.08.003(3) of the Food and Drug Regulations with respect to comparative bioavailability and comparative pharmacodynamic studies used in support of the safety and efficacy of a drug.
Engine power loss and forced landing, Buffalo Airways Ltd. , Douglas DC3C-S1C3G, C-GJKM , Hay River/Merlyn Carter Airport, Northwest Territories, 03 May 2019