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The water we share

Southee, M., Chetkiewicz, C. Edwards, B, Granados, M. O'Connor, C. & Ray, J.


Abstract

In the Water We Share we explain why WCS Canada is focused on the far north in Ontario, and what we are doing to conserve its incredible freshwater ecosystems.

Recommended citation

Southee, M., Chetkiewicz, C. Edwards, B, Granados, M. O'Connor, C. & Ray, J. (2018). The water we share. WCS Canada. https://wcs-global.maps.arcgis.com/apps/Cascade/index.html?appid=cbe62a2ee0744fd7ad93a3a5f94a13d8

Meg Southee

Meg Southee

Lead Geospatial Analyst/Programmer

Cheryl Chetkiewicz

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Director, Indigenous Communities and Conservation

Constance O'Connor

Constance O'Connor

Director, Ontario Northern Boreal Program

Justina Ray

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