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Research Gaps in Setting Levels of Service and Assessing Levels of Risk for Managing Stormwater in a Watershed Context

The purpose of this document is to identify guidance needs for establishing a common approach to setting watershed and stormwater levels of service and assessing associated risk in light of climate change to inform (sub)watershed planning, municipal master planning and asset management planning in accordance with provincial and municipal requirements.

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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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Towards a Natural Heritage System for the Credit River Watershed: Appendix A – Maps

Appendix A of “Towards a Natural Heritage System for the Credit River Watershed: Final Technical Report”. Includes maps associated with the characterization and assessment of existing conditions in the Credit River Watershed for Phase 1 and 2 of the Natural Heritage System Strategy.

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Towards a Natural Heritage System for the Credit River Watershed: Appendix B – GIS Methodology

Appendix B of “Towards a Natural Heritage System for the Credit River Watershed: Final Technical Report”. Outlines the GIS methods used to characterize the Credit River Watershed for Phase 1 and 2 of the Natural Heritage System Strategy.

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Towards a Natural Heritage System for the Credit River Watershed: Final Technical Report

Report documenting Phase 1 and 2 of the Natural Heritage System Strategy for the Credit River Watershed. This work includes the characterization and assessment of existing conditions in the watershed through a Landscape Scale Analysis.

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Valuing Wetlands in Southern Ontario’s Credit River Watershed: Phase I: Wetland Ecosystem Serivces Characterization and Literature Review

This report (phase 1) details valuing wetland ecosystem services in the Credit River Watershed. This report summarizes the literature about: (i) identifying/ quantifying wetland ecosystem services; (ii) assessing the impact that human activities/actions have on these services; and (iii) estimating the economic value provided by these services.

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Wetland Hydrologic Assessment Method: A tool to characterize the hydrologic regime of wetlands for use in management and mitigation scenarios

The wetland hydrological assessment method is an approach to characterize the hydrological regime in wetlands, for the purpose of monitoring hydrological and ecological change and guiding management and mitigation against impacts.

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2018-02-01
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