Environment Canada Ecosystem Information: The Pacific and Yukon Region



Environment Canada Ecosystem Information: The Pacific and Yukon Region Related

Brisbane Region Environment Council:: Providing advocacy, education, research, and assistance for the protection of the Brisbane regional environment.

Pacific Fisheries Information Network (PacFIN):: The Pacific Fisheries Information Network (PacFIN) is the nation's first regional fisheries data network. Funded by a grant from the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), PacFIN is a joint federal and state project focused on fisheries data collection and information management. PacFIN provides timely and accurate data to aid effective management of fisheries and fishery resources.

Critical Environment Technologies Canada Inc:: Designs, develops, manufactures, sells and services hazardous gas detection products for industry, commerce and offices.

Pacific Regional Aquaculture Information Service for Education (PRAISE):: This organisation aims to support the development of the aquaculture industry in the Pacific region. Provides a free computer program to assist Tilapia farmers in diagnosing problems.

Environment Canada: National Pollutant Release Inventory:: Information about releases of pollutants into the air, the water and on land. In English and French.

American Public Information on the Environment:: Dedicated to developing and administering action programs which help build a more informed, environmentally responsible, activist citizenry in the United States.

Atmosphere, Climate and Environment Information Programme:: Monthly air quality measurements from 2000 until 2004, from about a dozen UK monitoring stations. Support for programme and website withdrawn in 2005.

Pacific Earth Resources - Pacific Sod and Pacific Arbor Nurseries):: Wholesale and on-line retail sales of nine sod varieties including, fescue, bluegrass, hybrid bermudagrass, St. Augustine, and Wildflower sod. Delivery and installation available.

Yukon Energy, Mines and Resources:: Information about the Yukon Agriculture branch. The total amount of land devoted to agriculture in Yukon is approximately 13,500 hectares. Forty per cent of this land is cropland and another 20 per cent is under development for future agricultural use. Most of the land used for agricultural purposes in Yukon is located near the major communities. Seventy per cent of Yukon's farms are located within 100 kilometres of Whitehorse. The Takhini Valley

Public Health Agency of Canada: Environment and Health:: Provides information on environmental health. Includes resources for professionals, educators and the public and frequently asked questions on pesticides.

  • New Additions: Ecosystems
The Fates of Low-Latitude Glaciers
Climate Change - Defoliation Interactions in Canadian Rangelands
Climate Change and Global Glacier Decline
Alpine Lakes: Extreme Ecosystems under the Pressures of Global Change