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Water Resources of the Upper Nottawasaga River Drainage Basin.

Ontario Water Resources Commission. Division of Water Resources.

Water Resources of the Upper Nottawasaga River Drainage Basin.

by Ontario Water Resources Commission. Division of Water Resources.

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Written in English


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SeriesOntario Water Resources Commission Water Resources Report -- 3
ContributionsSibul, U., Choo-Ying, A.V.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21800365M

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Water resources of the upper Nottawasaga River drainage basin / by U. Sibul and A. V. Choo-Ying. G N61 C3 0 BOOKLET Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority. Optimization of Water Resources in the Northern Province River Basins for Irrigation Schemes Used for Food Production in Sri Lanka Kirshanth, L., and Sivakumar, S.S. Abstract— Sri Lankan consumes rice as the main source of food. Hence most of the areaof the country has been used for paddy cultivation.

THOMAS and CRUTCHFIELD J.D. () Nitrate-nitrogen and phosphorus contents of streams draining small agricultural watersheds in Kentucky. J. of Environm Quality ~, SIBUL U. and CHOO-YING A.V. () Water resources of the Upper Nottawasaga River drainage basin. Water Resources Report 1, Ontario Water Resources Commission, by: 5. forests and wetlands are linked to the Upper Nottawasaga River subwatershed to the south and Pine River subwatershed to the north. A narrow, fragmented natural corridor along the Boyne River valley extends east through Alliston to the Middle Nottawasaga River watershed. Due to the lack of updated forest cover mapping.


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Water Resources of the Upper Nottawasaga River Drainage Basin by Ontario Water Resources Commission. Division of Water Resources. Download PDF EPUB FB2

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