The Ecoregions of Saskatchewan
Co-published with Saskatchewan Environment and Resource Management, this book on the ecology of Saskatchewan describes why an ecosystem approach is essential to sustainable resource use and how the ecological systems of Saskatchewan have been classified into a useful framework for planning and management. It describes the physical and biological characteristics, as well as the human activities, for each of the major ecosystems of the province. Those visiting the province for the first time, residents wanting to know more about their home province, educators wanting to teach information about the ecology of Saskatchewan, as well as land use planners and managers, will all benefit from the wealth of information about the ecology of Saskatchewan contained in this book.
D. Acton, G. Padbury, C. Stushnoff
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