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Policy and practice report: CP22-142/2011E-PDF
overview of freshwater urbanization impacts and management.
"Freshwater urbanization from a fisheries perspective encompasses all types of “land alienation for residential, commercial and industrial purposes within a watershed supporting salmonid populations”. The effects of urbanization fall into two main categories: The loss or alteration of physical fish habitat and impacts on water flow and quality."--p. 6.
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|Title||Policy and practice report|
|Subtitle||overview of freshwater urbanization impacts and management.|
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|Note||Title from cover. "May 11, 2011."|
|Number of Pages||91 p.|
|Subject Terms||Commissions of inquiry, Salt water fish, Nature conservation|
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