Adapting to climate change: M174-17/2012E-PDF

saltwater intrusion : Richibucto.

"Richibucto, with its unique location between the Richibucto River and tidal streams, has been experiencing sea water intruding into its groundwater supply, affecting drinking water quality. In the past, several town wells have produced water with elevated chloride concentrations that were believed to be caused by saline water intrusion"--p. [1].

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Department/Agency Natural Resources Canada. Climate Change Secretariat.
Title Adapting to climate change
Subtitle saltwater intrusion : Richibucto.
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Format Electronic
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Note "October 2012."
Date 2012.
Number of Pages [2] p. :
Catalogue Number
  • M174-17/2012E-PDF
Subject Terms Climate change, Water supply