Human activity and the environment: CS16-201E-PDF

Emphasis on human activity and its relationship to natural systems-air, water, soil, plants and animals-HAE presents a compendium of maps, tables and figures punctuated with simple analysis and interpretation, which together paint a statistical portrait of Canada's environment. In addition, each issue of HAE includes a feature article covering a current environmental issue of concern to Canadians.

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Department/Agency Statistics Canada.
Title Human activity and the environment
Publication Type Series
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Electronic
Other Formats Paper-[English]
Note "In the past, each annual issue of HAE began with a feature article on an environmental topic of concern to Canadians, followed by a compendium of statistical tables. Starting in 2010, the article and statistical tables will be published separately, with the article continuing to be released annually."--Page 7 of 61, Human Activity and the environment, freshwater supply and demand in Canada, 2010. Each issue has a distinctive title. Issued also in French under title: Activité humaine et l'environnement.
Date 2010-
Chronology 2010 -
Frequency Annual
ISSN 1923-6751
Catalogue Number
  • CS16-201E-PDF
Subject Terms Environmental impact
Issues

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