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National Assessment of Pulp and Paper Environmental Effects Monitoring Data: Findings from Cycles 1 through 3

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© Minister of Public Works and Government Services Canada 2005

Library and Archives Canada Cataloguing in Publication

Main entry under title:

National assessment of pulp and paper environmental effects monitoring data: findings from cycles 1 through 3

(NWRI Scientific Assessment Report Series, ISSN 1499-5905; no. 5)
Issued also in French under the title: Évaluation nationale des données des études de suivi des effets sur l'environnement des fabriques de pâtes et papiers : Résultats des cycles 1 à 3

Includes bibliograpical references.
ISBN 0-662-39350-3
Cat. no. En40-237/5-2005E

1. Wood-pulp industry - Waste disposal - Environmental aspects - Canada.
2. Effluent quality - Canada.
3. Fishes - Effect of water pollution on - Canada.
4. Benthic animals - Effect of water pollution on - Canada.
5. Water quality biossay - Canada.
I. Lowell, Richard Bruce, 1956-.
II. National Water Research Institute (Canada)
III. Series.

TD195.P37N37 2005 676'.042'0971 C2005-980047-X
Internet:
En40-237/5-2005E-PDF
0-662-39407-0
En40-237/5-2005E-HTML
0-662-39408-9

This report may be cited as follows:

Lowell, R.B., B. Ring, G. Pastershank, S. Walker, L. Trudel and K. Hedley. 2005. National Assessment of Pulp and Paper Environmental Effects Monitoring Data: Findings from Cycles 1 through 3. National Water Research Institute, Burlington, Ontario. NWRI Scientific Assessment Report Series No. 5. 40 p.