British Columbia/Washington Symposium on the Marine Environment
The panel's work and this report focused on several questions posed by the Environmental Cooperation Council about natural processes, resource populations, contamination and future trends in the shared waters. Chapter 1 lays out some of the principles that the panel followed in reaching its conclusion, and Chapter 2 briefly describes the region. Subsequent chapters review specific aspects of the marine environment and provide the science used to formulate the recommendations of the final chapter. These chapters respond with the following focuses: Physical Exchange Mechanisms in the Transboundary Region; Movements, Status and Trends of Transboundary Biological Resource Populations, Anthropogenic Impacts on the Ecosystem and Humans; Ecosystem Sensitivity and Future Scope of Anthropogenic Impacts; and, Degree of Harm and Management Priorities.
British Columbia/Washington Symposium on the Marine Environment. 1994. The Shared Marine Waters of British Columbia and Washington. Province of British Columbia and The State of Washington
Topic: Water Quality
Keywords: transnational waterways, resource abundance, shared ecosystems, Strait of Juan De Fuca, Strait of Georgia, Puget Sound
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