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Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

  • WEBs fact sheet. for Catalogue Number A12-1E Irregular.
    Subtitle varies.
    "The Watershed Evaluation of Beneficial Management Practices (WEBs) program is measuring the economic and water quality impacts of selected agricultural beneficial management practices (BMPs) at nine watershed sites across Canada: Salmon River, near Kamloops, British Columbia; Lower Little Bow River, near Lethbridge, Alberta; Pipestone Creek, near Moosomin, Saskatchewan; South Tobacco Creek/Steppler, near Miami, Manitoba; South Nation, near Ottawa, Ontario; Bras d'Henri and Fourchette, near Quebec City, Quebec; Black Brook, near Grand Falls, New Brunswick; Thomas Brook, near Kentville, Nova Scotia; Souris River, near Souris, Prince Edward Island".--WEBs website.
    No. 10. --Effect of multiple BMPs on water quality and runoff: for Catalogue Number A12-1/10-2012E substantial nutrient loss reductions achieved in a small Prairie watershed. Ottawa. [4]p. Figs., references, table. 28cm. Pamphlet. (AAFC No. 11953 E)
    Free.
    Catalogue Number A12-1/10-2012E
  • Fiche d’information de l’EPBH. pour Numéro de catalogue A12-1F Irrégulier.
    Le sous-titre varie.
    «L'initiative d'Évaluation des pratiques de gestion bénéfiques à l'échelle des bassins hydrographiques (EPBH) vise à mesurer l'incidence économique de certaines pratiques de gestion bénéfiques (PGB) et leurs répercussions sur la qualité de l'eau dans neuf bassins hydrographiques canadiens : Rivière Salmon, près de Kamloops (Colombie-Britannique) ; Rivière Lower Little Bow, près de Lethbridge (Alberta) ; Ruisseau Pipestone, près de Moosomin (Saskatchewan) ; Ruisseau Tobacco Sud (Steppler), près de Miami (Manitoba) ; Nation Sud, près d'Ottawa (Ontario) ; Rivière Bras d'Henri et ruisseau Fourchette, près de Québec (Québec) ; Ruisseau Black, près de Grand-Sault (Nouveau-Brunswick) ; Ruisseau Thomas, près de Kentville (Nouvelle-Écosse) ; Rivière Souris, près de Souris (Île-du-Prince-Édouard) ».--EPBH site Web.
    N° 10. --Effet de plusieurs PGB sur la qualité de l’eau et le ruissellement: pour Numéro de catalogue A12-1/10-2012F diminution importante des pertes de nutriments dans un petit bassin hydrographique des Prairies. Ottawa, c2012. [4]p. Figures, références, tableau. 28cm. Dépliant. (N° AAC 11953 F)
    Gratuit.
    Numéro de catalogue A12-1/10-2012F
  • WEBs fact sheet. for Catalogue Number A12-1E Irregular.
    Subtitle varies.
    "The Watershed Evaluation of Beneficial Management Practices (WEBs) program is measuring the economic and water quality impacts of selected agricultural beneficial management practices (BMPs) at nine watershed sites across Canada: Salmon River, near Kamloops, British Columbia; Lower Little Bow River, near Lethbridge, Alberta; Pipestone Creek, near Moosomin, Saskatchewan; South Tobacco Creek/Steppler, near Miami, Manitoba; South Nation, near Ottawa, Ontario; Bras d'Henri and Fourchette, near Quebec City, Quebec; Black Brook, near Grand Falls, New Brunswick; Thomas Brook, near Kentville, Nova Scotia; Souris River, near Souris, Prince Edward Island".--WEBs website.
    No. 11. --Diversion terraces and grassed waterways in hilly potato land: for Catalogue Number A12-1/11-2012E studies explore benefits and reveal possible trade-offs of these popular practices. Ottawa, c2012. [6]p. Fig., photographs, references. 28cm. Pamphlet. (AAFC No. 11954E)
    Free.
    Catalogue Number A12-1/11-2012E
  • Fiche d’information de l’EPBH. pour Numéro de catalogue A12-1F Irrégulier.
    Le sous-titre varie.
    «L'initiative d'Évaluation des pratiques de gestion bénéfiques à l'échelle des bassins hydrographiques (EPBH) vise à mesurer l'incidence économique de certaines pratiques de gestion bénéfiques (PGB) et leurs répercussions sur la qualité de l'eau dans neuf bassins hydrographiques canadiens : Rivière Salmon, près de Kamloops (Colombie-Britannique) ; Rivière Lower Little Bow, près de Lethbridge (Alberta) ; Ruisseau Pipestone, près de Moosomin (Saskatchewan) ; Ruisseau Tobacco Sud (Steppler), près de Miami (Manitoba) ; Nation Sud, près d'Ottawa (Ontario) ; Rivière Bras d'Henri et ruisseau Fourchette, près de Québec (Québec) ; Ruisseau Black, près de Grand-Sault (Nouveau-Brunswick) ; Ruisseau Thomas, près de Kentville (Nouvelle-Écosse) ; Rivière Souris, près de Souris (Île-du-Prince-Édouard) ».--EPBH site Web.
    N° 11. --Déviations et voies d'eau gazonnées dans les champs vallonnés de pommes de terre: pour Numéro de catalogue A12-1/11-2012F des études explorent les avantages de ces pratiques populaires et en révèlent les compromis potentiels. Ottawa, c2012. [6]p. Figure, photographies, références. 28cm. Dépliant. (N° AAC 11954F)
    Gratuit.
    Numéro de catalogue A12-1/11-2012F

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  • Flight comment. for Catalogue Number DC2-2 Three times a year. Produced by Directorate of Flight Safety. Ottawa. 28cm. Softcover. Bilingual. ISSN 0015-3702 (A-JS-000-006/JP-000)
    Numbering starts from issue 1 each year.

    Three times a year from Issue 1, 2006.
    Issue 4, 2012. English text, 38, [2]p. Figs., graphs, photographs, tables.
    $7.95 per copy. $19.95 per year.
    Catalogue Number DC2-2/2012-4

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