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Accumulated state of the Yukon River watershed: Part I critical review of literature

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Year
2013

Citation

Dubé, Monique G., Muldoon, Breda, Wilson, Julie, and Maracle, Karonhiakta'tie Bryan, 2013, Accumulated state of the Yukon River watershed: Part I critical review of literature: Integrated environmental assessment and management, v. 9, no. 3, p. 426-438.

Summary

A consistent methodology for assessing the accumulating effects of natural and manmade change on riverine systems has not been developed for a whole host of reasons including a lack of data, disagreement over core elements to consider, and complexity. Accumulated state assessments of aquatic systems is an integral component of watershed cumulative effects assessment. The Yukon River is the largest free flowing river in the world and is the fourth largest drainage basin in North America, draining 855,000 km(2) in Canada and the United States. Because of its remote location, it is considered pristine but little is known about its cumulative state. This review identified 7 "hot spot" areas in the Yukon River Basin including Lake Laberge, [...]

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nwblcc-20160306.xml

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