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Automated Real-time IoT Smart Blue Roof Systems for the ICI Sector for Flood and Drought Resilience and Adaptation: Technical and Financial Feasibility Study

The technical and financial feasibility study and assessment of smart blue roof implementation, both for CVC’s head office and for the broader industrial, commercial and institutional sector (IC&I). It also covers a structural and building science capacity analysis of the CVC administrative office and a review of public and private sector benefits of implementing smart blue roof technology.

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2020-06-01

Business Case for Natural Assets in the Region of Peel: Benefits to Municipalities and Local Communities

This study uses two case study locations in Peel Region to make a business case for the management of natural assets under various risk and climate change scenarios. Appendices 1-3 of the report describe the Rapid Condition Assessment Methodology developed by CVC.

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2020-08-20

Subwatershed 11 – Silver Creek – Characterization Report

This study covers the environmental and water related issues within Subwatershed 11, or the Silver Creek Subwatershed. Specifically, an analysis of the groundwater and surface water hydrology, water quality, stream geomorphology, and aquatic and terrestrial habitat were undertaken.

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2002-08-01

Subwatershed 15 – West Credit Subwatershed Study Characterization Report

This report ends Phase I (subwatershed characterization) of the West Credit Subwatershed Study and presents the study’s findings. It was initiated to address concerns about the health of the subwatershed’s water and related environmental resources.

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1998-01-01

The Importance of Ecosystem Services to Human Well-Being in the Credit River Watershed

The study uses a survey of residents in the Credit River Watershed to determine exactly how natural areas contribute to their wellbeing. These include the role of natural areas in the provision of ecosystem services which maintain or enhance human well-being, and in the provision of physical, mental, and social wellbeing.

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