Weather impacts - Reference list

    Weather impacts – Reference list

    1) Herrington, R. et al. 1999. Prairie Adaptation: Backgrounder. Prairie Adaptation Research Cooperative.

    2) Environment Canada. NA. Severe Summer Weather in Manitoba. Manitoba Weather Trivia.

    3) Environment Canada. NA. Tornadoes, http://www.mb.ec.gc.ca/air/summersevere/tornadoes.en.html

    4) NA. 2001. Manitoba and Climate Change: A Primer. Clean Environment Commision and the International Institure for Sustainable Development. 28 pp.

    5) Environment Canada. 1996. Climate and Weather Glossary of Terms. Atmospheric, Climate and Water Systems Branch.

    6) MPI.

    7) St. George, S. and Neilsen, E. ND. Flooding and Climate Change in Southern Manitoba. Manitoba Industry, Trade and Mines. Natural Resources Canada. 3pp.

    8) BID.

    9) Ford, T., K. Trenberth, D. Easterling and J. Rose. 1998. Increased flooding and climate change: Consequences for human health. Environmental and Energy Study Institute. 202-628-1400. Washington, D.C. 4 pp.

    10) IBID.

    11) after Alden, D.L. 1997. Manitoba’s Infrastructure: A review of the Environmental, Health, Social and Economic Impact of the Red River Flood of 1997. 15 pp.

    12) IBID.

    13) St. George, S. and Neilsen, E. ND. Flooding and Climate Change in Southern Manitoba. Manitoba Industry, Trade and Mines. Natural Resources Canada. 3pp.

    14) NA. 2001. Manitoba and Climate Change: A Primer. Clean Environment Commision and the International Institure for Sustainable Development. 28 pp.

    15) NA. 2001. Manitoba and Climate Change: A Primer. Clean Environment Commision and the International Institure for Sustainable Development. 28 pp.

    16) IBID.

    17) Williams, G.D.V., R.A. Faultey, K.H. Jones, R.B. Stewart and E.E. Wheaton. 1988. Estimating the effects of climactic change on agriculture in Saskatchewan. In The Impacts of Climatic Variations on Agriculture, Vol. I: Assessments in Cool, Temperate and Cold Regions. Eds. Parry, M.L., T.R. carter and N.T. Konjin. Academic Publishers, Dordrecht. Pp. 219-379.

    18) Rosenzweig, C and D, Hillal. 1995. Potential impacts of climate change on agriculture and food supply. Consequences, 1(2): 1-11.

    19) Keown, J.K. and R.J. Grant. 1991. How to reduce heat stress in cattle. NebGuide G91-1063-A. Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

    20) Environment Canada. 1996. Climate and Weather Glossary of Terms. Atmospheric, Climate and Water Systems Branch.

    21) Kovats, R.S., B. Mennie, A.J. McMicheal, C. Corvalan and R. Bertollini. 2000. Climate change and human health: Impact and adaptation. World Health Organization (WHO). 47 pp.

    22) Hengeveld, H. 1995. Understanding Atmospheric Change: A survey of the Background Science and Implications of Climate Change and Ozone Depletion, 2nd Edition. ìA State of the Environment Report, No. 95-2. Townsview, Ontario. Environment Canada.

    23) IBID.

    24) IBID.

    25) IBID.

    26) Epstein, P.R. 2000. Global Warming: Health and Disease. Campaign for Climate Change, World Wildlife Fund.

    27) Darling, A. 2000. Heat Wave: A Major Summer Killer. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce.

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