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Project Report 2001-16
Project Report 1999-1
Does technological advancement really lead to industrial pollution reductions? A spatial-dynamic analysis of industrial firms in CanadaDownload
The environmental performance of an economic unit is often conditioned on both time (in terms of its history of pollution) and space (in terms of the performance and capital investments for abatement by its neighbors). However, despite large literatures addressing each of these linkages...
This report describes both the accomplishments to date and the long-term plans of the joint project between the Toxic Substances Program of the Canadian Forestry Service and the Research Management Division of Alberta Environment. No evidence of impact on jack pine physiology was found when...
High concentrations of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in polar bears from Svalbard have increased concern for that population’s reproductive health. We examined whether there were associations between the plasma concentrations of PCBs and reproductive hormones [progesterone (P4) and...
Human activities have profoundly altered the biogeochemical cycle of many elements including mercury (Hg). Since ~1850 AD, industrial processes are suggested to have led to a 3-fold increase in Hg deposition above natural, pre-industrial levels. Despite extensive historical evidence for...