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    15th Floor, Place Vincent Massey
    351 St. Joseph Boulevard
    Gatineau, Quebec
    K1A 0H3
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  • Publications of the North American Wetlands Conservation Council
    (Canada) & Other Pertinent Publications


    For assistance with publications listed below contact:

    Secretariat
    North American Wetlands Conservation Council (Canada)
    15th Floor, Place Vincient Massey
    351 St. Joseph Boulevard
    Gatineau, Quebec K1A 0H3
    Email: nawmp@ec.gc.ca

    North American Wetlands Conservation Council (Canada) General Publications
    • NAWCC (Canada) Strategic Plan 2010-2020. (PDF)
    • NAWCC (Canada) Terms of Reference (PDF)
    • NAWCC (Canada) Celebrates a Decade of Influencing Change. 2001. NAWCC (Canada). 16 p.(PDF)

    • A Wetland Conservation Vision for Canada. (PDF)  

    • Wetlands of Canada.1988. Canada Committee on Ecological Land Classification. 454p. (PDF)
       
    • Global Climate Change and Wetlands: Issues and Awareness. 1997. K.W. Cox and L. Campbell. 23 p.(PDF)
       
    • Wetland Science Research Needs in Canada. 1992. By C.H.R. Wedeles, J.D. Meisner, and M.J. Rose. Published in partnership with the Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada and the Wetlands Research Centre, University of Waterloo. 30 p.(PDF
       
    • Sustaining Wetlands: International Challenge for the '90s. 1990. National Policy Forum. Published in partnership with Environment Canada, the Canadian Institute of Planners, Ducks Unlimited Canada, and the National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy. 20 p.(PDF)
    NAWCC (Canada)Sustaining Wetlands and Issues Paper Series:

    • No. 2003-1. Giving Nature Its Due – Tax Treatment of Environmental Philanthropy: Recent Improvements, Remaining Barriers and Current Opportunities. By Marc Denhez. Published in partnership with Evergreen Common Grounds, The Nature Conservancy of Canada, Donner Canadian Foundation, Richard Ivey Foundation, J.W. McConnell Family Foundation. 54 p. (PDF)

    • No. 2001-1. Canadian Peat Harvesting and the Environment. Second Edition. By Jean-Yves Daigle and Hélène Gautreau-Daigle. Published in partnership with the Canadian Sphagnum Peat Moss Association and the Canadian Wildlife Service of Environment Canada.45 p.(PDF)
       
    • No. 2000-1. Wetland Mitigation in Canada: A Framework for Application. Edited by K.W. Cox and A. Grose. Published in partnership with Environment Canada, Ducks Unlimited Canada, Ontario Ministry of Natural resources, Eastern Habitat Joint Venture, Pacific Coast Joint Venture and Prairie Habitat Joint Venture. 93 p.(PDF)
       
    • No. 1999-1. Wetlands and Government: Policy and Legislation for Wetland Conservation in Canada. By P. Lynch-Stewart. I. Kessel-Taylor and C. Rubec. Published in partnership with the Canadian Wildlife Service, and Ducks Unlimited Canada. 57 p. (PDF)
       
    • No. 1995-1. Wetlands and Woodlots. By L. Twolan-Strutt. Published in partnership with the Canadian Forestry Association, the Landowner Resource Centre, and Ducks Unlimited Canada. 29 p. (PDF) 
       
    • No. 1994-1. Wastewater and Stormwater Applications of Wetlands in Canada. By J. Pries. Published in partnership with the Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada and CH2M HILL Engineering Ltd. 66 p.(PDF)
       
    • No. 1993-2. Conserving Wetlands in Managed Forests. By G. Sheehy. Published in partnership with the Canadian Pulp and Paper Association, the National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy, the Northern Ontario Development Agreement, and the Canadian Wetlands Conservation Task Force. 28 p.(PDF) 
       
    • No. 1993-1. Wetlands: A Celebration of Life. Final Report of the Canadian Wetlands Conservation Task Force. By Kenneth W. Cox. 67 p.(PDF) 
       
    • No. 1992-4. You Can't Give It Away: Tax Aspects of Ecologically Sensitive Lands. By M. Denhez. Published in partnership with the National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy and the Canadian Wetlands Conservation Task Force. 56 p.(PDF) 
       
    • No. 1992-3. Canadian Peat Harvesting and the Environment. By D. Keys. Published in partnership with the 1990-1995 Canada-New Brunswick Cooperation Agreement on Mineral Development and the Canadian Sphagnum Peat Moss Association. 29 p.(PDF) 
       
    • No. 1992-2. No Net Loss: Implementing "No Net Loss" Goals to Conserve Wetlands in Canada. By P. Lynch-Stewart. Published in partnership with the Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada. 35 p.(PDF) 
       
    • No. 1992-1. Wetland Evaluation Guide. Final Report of the Wetlands Are Not Wastelands Project. By W.K. Bond, K.W. Cox, T. Heberlein, E.W. Manning, D.R. Witty, and D.A. Young. Published in partnership with Wildlife Habitat Canada and the Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada. 121 p.(PDF) 

    NAWCC (Canada) Report Series

    • Report No. 04-1. Conservation Easements, Covenants and Servitudes in Canada - A Legal Review. Published in partnership with the Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada. 139 pages. (PDF).

    • Report No. 03-1. Conference on Canadian Wetlands Stewardship: Setting a Course Together! Interim Report: Synthesis of What You Said. Compiled by Liza Campbell and Clayton D.A. Rubec. Published in partnership with the Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada and the Federal Wetlands Forum. (PDF)

    • Report No. 03-2.Wetlands Stewardship in Canada. Contributed Papers from the Conference on Canadian Wetlands Stewardship. Compiled and Edited by Clayton D.A. Rubec. Published in partnership with the Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada and the Federal Wetlands Forum. (PDF)

    • Report No. 03-3. Wetlands Stewardship - New Directions. Final Report of the Conference on Canadian Wetlands Stewardship. Published in partnership with the Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada and the Federal Wetlands Forum. (PDF)

    • Report No. 98-1. Wetland Mitigation and Compensation: Proceedings of a National Workshop. K. Cox and A. Grose, compilers. Published in partnership with the Canadian Wildlife Service. 68 p.(PDF)
       
    • Report No. 97-1. Conservation Easement Valuation and Taxation in Canada. By  I.C. Attridge. Published in partnership with the Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada. 75 p.(PDF)
       
    • Report No. 96-1. Global Mire and Peatland Conservation. Proceedings of an International Workshop. Compiled by C.D.A. Rubec. Published in partnership with the World COnservation Union (IUCN), Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada, the Norwegian Directorate for Nature Management, the International Mire Conservation Group, and the International Peat Society. 58 p.(PDF)
       
    • Report No. 95-1. Canadian Legislation for Conservation Covenants, Easements and Servitudes: the Current Situation. By T.M. Silver et al. Published in partnership with the Delta Waterfowl Foundation. 66 p. (PDF)(Out of print; available as a photocopy only)
       
    • Report No. 94-1. Wetland Policy Implementation in Canada. Proceedings of a National Workshop. Compiled by C.D.A. Rubec. Published in partnership with the Alberta Water Resources Commission, Ducks Unlimited Canada, the Manitoba Habitat Heritage Corporation and the Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada. 127 p.(PDF) (Out of print; available as a photocopy only)
       
    • Report No. 93-3. Wetland Conservation in Central America. By I. Davidson and M. Gauthier. Published in partnership with the Canadian Wildlife Service, Wildlife Habitat Canada, Wetlands for the Americas, the World Conservation Union (IUCN) and the Canadian International Development Agency. 86 p. (PDF)(Out of print; available as a photocopy only)

    • Report No. 93-2. Summary Report of the National Workshop on Wetland Data Integration. Compiled by P. Lynch-Stewart and C.D.A. Rubec. Published in partnership with Environment Canada. 15 p. (PDF) 
       
    • Report No. 93-1. A Coming of Age: Policy for Wetland Conservation in Canada. By P. Lynch-Stewart, C.D.A. Rubec, K.W. Cox and J.H. Patterson. 58 p.(PDF) 
       
    • Report No. 92-1. Report on Canadian Second Step Projects for the September 1988 to March 1991 Period. Published in partnership with the North American Waterfowl Management Plan. 60 p.(PDF) (Out of print)
       
    • Report No. 91-1. Report on Canadian First Step Projects for the 1988 to 1990 Period. Published in partnership with the North American Waterfowl Management Plan. 24p. (PDF)  (Out of print)

      Pertinent Publications from Other Organizations

    • Environment Canada Avian Monitoring Review – Final Report. Avian Monitoring Review Steering Committee. 2012. Environment Canada, Ottawa ON, xii + 170 pages + 3 appendices. ( PDF)

    • The Canadian Wetland Classification System. 1997. By the National Wetlands Working Group. Available from: Wetlands Research Centre, Environmental Studies Building 1, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3G1 (A charge will apply) 68p. ( PDF)
       
    • The Federal Policy on Wetland Conservation 1991. By the Government of Canada. Environment Canada. 14 p. (PDF)
       
    • The Federal Policy on Wetland Conservation: Implementation Guide for Federal Land Managers. 1996. Developed by P. Lynch-Stewart, P. Neice, C. Rubec and I. Kessel-Taylor. Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada. 32 p.(PDF)

    • Nomination and Listing of Wetlands of International Importance in Canada. Procedures Manual. 1994. Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada. 16 p.(PDF ) Available from Wildlife Conservation Branch, Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada, Ottawa Ontario K1A 0H3
       
    • Management of Canadian Ramsar Sites. 1994. Compiled by C.D.A. Rubec. Published in partnership with the North American Wetlands Conservation Council (Canada). Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada. 92 p.(PDF) Available from Wildlife Conservation Branch, Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada, Ottawa Ontario K1A 0H3
       
    • Strategic Overview of the Canadian Ramsar Program. 1996. C.D.A. Rubec and M. Kerr-Upal.Environment Canada and NAWCC (Canada) 24p.(PDF) Available from Wildlife Conservation Branch, Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada, Ottawa Ontario K1A 0H3
       
    • Sixth Meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands of International Importance. 1996 National Report for Canada. 1996. Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada. 8 p.(PDF)  Available from Wildlife Conservation Branch, Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada, Ottawa Ontario K1A 0H3
       

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