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Opportunities for integration in institutional arrangements for water management in the Yukon

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1994

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Dooling, Patrick James, 1994, Opportunities for integration in institutional arrangements for water management in the Yukon: Wilfrid Laurier University (Canada).

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The history of water resources management in the Yukon has been characterized by conflict. This problem is due to the failure to address the interrelationships between water and land resources. Although many parts of the Yukon remain largely undisturbed wilderness areas, development pressures place increasing demands on Territorial water resources. To ensure these stresses do not degrade Yukon waters to the extent common in many Canadian regions, a reevaluation of the legal and administrative arrangements for water management in the Yukon is required. A majority of the legislation pertaining to water management in the Yukon was introduced in the 1970s and is unable to address many contemporary issues. The recent enactment of a new [...]

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