A Forest of Blue: Canada’s Boreal

May 30, 2011

Seen from above, Canada’s boreal forest shimmers on a bright summer day.  Much of the surface of Canada’s boreal is comprised of countless lakes,  rivers and wetlands. It is literally a forest of blue.

Saving Canada’s boreal forest is increasingly viewed as a global conservation priority. But until recently, the water resources of the boreal have garnered scant attention. This analysis is the first compilation of decades of research on Canadian boreal water reserves from diverse sources.

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