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Urban Sprawl in the Greater Golden Horsehoe and the 2015 Ontario Coordinated Land Use Planning Review: Analysis and Recomendations
Historically, growth in the Greater Golden Horseshoe (GGH) region of Ontario, Canada, has been characterized by urban sprawl. The area is projected to undergo rapid population growth in the near future, which, if trends ...
Examining Ecopassages Through the Evaluation of Four Case Studies for Application in Southern Ontario
Vehicle collisions represent one of the largest anthropogenic causes of wildlife mortality. Herpetofauna are at risk for large population declines and potential extirpation as a result of a small percentage of total ...
The Examination and Comparison between Reverse and Forward Osmosis: Which Is the Solution for the Future?
Water shortages are becoming a global problem which is further aggravated by rapid population and economic growth. Owing to the scarce amount of fresh water available, various water desalination and purification methods ...
Burning Risk: The Energy-from-Waste Controversy in Metro Vancouver
The majority of Canadian waste is landfilled: incineration, or in many cases Energy-from-Waste (EfW), accounts for less than 5% of total Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) management. This is relatively low compared to the ...
Diatoms as Indicators of Climate Change on St. Lawrence Island, Alaska
The Alaskan and Bering Sea region has warmed twice as fast as the rest of the United States over the past 60 years. St. Lawrence Island, Alaska, the most northern large island in the Bering Sea, has had some recent ...