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Water powers of Canada.

Canada. Northern Affairs and National Resources, Department of. Water Resources Branch.

Water powers of Canada.

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Published by [Queen"s Printer in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water-power

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 76 p. illus., maps (1 fold. col.) diagrs., tables.
    Number of Pages76
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14811052M

    There are cheaper alternative supplies in the US; costs of transfer would exceed the value of most products that might be produced; the willingness to subsidize irrigation is declining; and the political, legal, environmental and other problems would be formidable. Similarly, of course, Parliament cannot take over any power of a provincial legislature. This way, the fullest effect of the waters kinetic energy can be tapped. Water cooperation among the riparian nations must work uphill against a myriad of diverse, complex, and frustrating handicaps such as the basin's geography, geo-political interests, and securitization of water.

    In the future there could be some transfer, but only if mutually beneficial arrangements, with environmental enhancement at least equalling the minimal damage required, can be worked out. Water power and, later, hydroelectric site developments were major bases for industrial development. This is then transported via cables to homes and factories. Nor could any provincial legislature pass an Act taking the province out of Canada.

    Water quality regulations Ideally, polluting contaminants should be prevented from entering the water. The Francis reaction turbine is still in wide use today. Waterpower, followed by hydroelectric power, has long been a basis for industry. Last Edited March 4, Worldwide, over two-thirds of precipitation falling on land surfaces is evaporated and transpired back into the atmosphere. Mulvey, printer, page images at HathiTrust Canada.


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