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Canadas conservation record


, : Canadas conservation record. Animals, 10: 12-13


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Naysmith J.K., 1970: Conservation in canadas north. IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature & Natural Resources) Publications New Series 16: 320-324

Hill, Hm, 1990: Canadas new soil conservation initiative. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference: 5th) 13-17

Mills, W.; Myles, G., 1974: Canadas 74 farm exports value trending down from 73 record. Foreign agriculture: 9, 12 (30) 13-16

Rowan, W., 1951: Canadas premier problem of animal conservation. New Biology, 38-57

Hartasanchez, I.; de Groot, K.; Breault, A.; Butler, R.W., 2005: Bird conservation planning and implementation in Canadas intermountain region. U S Forest Service General Technical Report PSW 191

Anonymous, 1975: Flue-cured and burley prices up for Canadas record 1974 crops. Foreign agriculture: 13 (7) 12

Wisheu I.C.; Keddy P.A., 1989: The conservation of canadas atlantic coastal plain flora priorities for action. American Journal of Botany 76(6 SUPPL): 131

Seale, Ronald G., 1995: Aboriginal societies, tourism, and conservation The case of Canadas Northwest Territories. McNeely, J A Expanding partnerships in conservation 234-242

Ancochea E.; Huertas M.J.; Cantagrel J.M.; Coello J.; Fuster J.M.; Arnaud N.; Ibarrola E., 1999: Evolution of the Canadas edifice and its implications for the origin of the Canadas Caldera (Tenerife, Canary Islands). The volcano-stratigraphic and geochronologic data presented in this work show that the Tenerife central zone has been occupied during the last 3 Ma by shield or central composite volcanoes which reached more than 3000 m in height. The last volcani...

Peacock, E.; Derocher, A.E.; Thiemann, G.W.; Stirling, I., 2011: Conservation and management of Canadas polar bears Ursus maritimus in a changing Arctic. Canada has an important responsibility for the research, conservation, and management of polar bears (Ursus maritimus Phipps, 1774) because the majority of polar bears in the world occur within the nation's borders. Two fundamental and recent...