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Progress, crisis, and stability: making the northwest plains agricultural landscape
This research traces the nature and impetus of agricultural landscape change from 1910 to 1990, within the northwestern transboundary plains of southern Alberta and Saskatchewan and northern Montana. Using information ...
The sublethal effects of 2,4-D dimethylamine on wood frog tadpoles in Saskatchewan
Declining amphibian populations in association with an incidence of deformities have been observed globally. These observations have alarmed the scientific community as well as the general public. Potential causes include ...
Risk, innovation and BSE : cattle farmer perspectives on an agricultural and health emergency
This ethnographic research examines how farmers survive agricultural crises by exploring reactions of Saskatchewan beef and dairy farmers to the Canadian BSE crisis. As this study unfolded it became clear that the BSE ...
Assessing the Impacts of Agricultural Land Use on Wood Frog (Lithobates sylvaticus) Presence and Health in Central Saskatchewan
Globally, amphibian populations are declining in response to many factors including habitat loss and degradation, environmental contamination, invasive species, emerging diseases, climate change, and overexploitation. ...