2 edition of Groundwater resources and hydrogeology of the Annapolis-Cornwallis Valley, Nova Scotia found in the catalog.
Groundwater resources and hydrogeology of the Annapolis-Cornwallis Valley, Nova Scotia
Peter C. Trescott
1968 in Halifax .
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 156-159.
|Statement||by Peter C. Trescott.|
|LC Classifications||TN27.N8 A28 no. 6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||159|
|LC Control Number||75483787|
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A model for uranium mobility in groundwater in the Grand Pré region, Nova Scotia, Canada located in the eastern end of the Annapolis-Cornwallis Valley in. of uranium in groundwater in the region includes the identification of uranium in surface and shallow subsurface water in the Avon Valley in central Nova Scotia by Kronfeld et al.
Introduction and Background. This report presents the findings of an evaluation of the Groundwater Geoscience Program (GGP) (Program Sub-Activity in Natural Resources Canada’s (NRCan’s) Program Activity Architecture Footnote 2).The GGP is managed by NRCan’s Earth Science Sector (ESS) - Central and Northern Canada Branch.
Groundwater is vital for Canada’s health, environment and economy. Nearly a third of Canada’s population, some 10 million people, depends on groundwater for safe drinking water and more than 80 per cent of Canada’s rural population depends on groundwater for its entire water supply.
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Trescott P.C. Groundwater Resources and Hydrogeology of the Annapolis-Cornwallis Valley, Nova Scotia.