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Ecosystems and Conservation
This sub-section turns to marine, forest and desert ecosystems. It looks at ways of protecting mammals, insects and birds.
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Point Pelee National Park of Canada, Ontario
1998, production : Hannele Halm, Kenneth Hirsch, David Wilson
Point Pelee National Park is a lush Carolinian forest oasis...
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Yellow Anemone in the Northern Hemisphere
1994, production : Joseph Viszmeg
Yellow anemone (Anemone richardsonii) is a perennial herb...
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Sea Anemone
1985, production : David Denning
Some species of anemones are adapted to relatively cold...
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A National Film Board Crew in the Badlands of Alberta
1971, production : Jean-Claude Labrecque, Rex Tasker
Located northeast of Calgary in Alberta's badlands, the...
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Did you know?
In Canada, almost two of every three litres of water are withdrawn for thermal power generation using fossil and nuclear fuels. Canada's 44.7 billion cubic metres of annual freshwater withdrawal are put to use in these ways: 64% is for thermal power generation, 14% for manufacturing, 10% for municipal use, 9% for agriculture, 2% for rural use and 1% for mining.