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River Flood Risk Study of the Nappan River Incorporating Climate Change
Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture - Marshlands Atlas: Cumberland, Kings and Hants County
Developing Climate Change Capacity at the Municipal Level in Nova Scotia Report: Appendix 1 - Municipal Climate Change Action Plan Guidebook
Developing Climate Change Capacity at the Municipal Level in Nova Scotia
Atlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions Knowledge Transfer Strategy
Assessment of Infrastructure Relevant to the Fishing and Aquaculture Industries
Visualising Sea-level Rise
Report from the Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (NSTIR) on the ACAS Program
An Evaluation of Flood Risk to Infrastructure Across the Chignecto Isthmus
Lidar processing and Flood Risk Mapping for Coastal Areas in the District of Lunenburg, Town and District of Yarmouth, Amherst, Count Cumberland, Wolfville and Windsor
Climate Change Scenarios For Atlantic Canada Utilizing A Statistical Downscaling Model Based On Two Global Climate Models
Shore Zone Characterization for Climate Change Adaptation in the Bay of Fundy
Developing Climate Change Capacity at the Municipal Level in Nova Scotia Report: Appendix 3 - Mentor’s Report for the Municipality of the District of Lunenburg
Development of an Urban Forest Canopy Model for input into a Lidar-based Storm Water Runoff Model for Halifax Harbour Watersheds
Analytical modeling of saltwater intrusion: tests from Nova Scotia and the eastern United States
Best Management Practices for Climate Change Adaptation in Dykelands: Recommendations for Fundy ACAS sites
Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture Atlantic Climate Adaptation Solutions (ACAS) Report
Nova Scotia Environment on the ACAS program
Extreme Waves and Wave Runup in Halifax Harbour under Climate Change Scenarios
Concepts and Approaches to ACAS Program Evaluation

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