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FROM ATMOSPHERE TO BASEMENT: DEVELOPMENT OF A FRAMEWORK FOR GROUNDWATER ASSESSMENT IN CANADA (2011)

The Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) is helping map and assess the availability of groundwater resources in Canada. This effort is set within complex jurisdictions of surface water and groundwater resources in Canada where there is often no clear division between the federal and provincial governments. Responsibilities are often shared, with the federal government sharing responsibility on water issues for federal lands, territories (e.g. Nunavut), First Nation lands, boundary and transboundary waters (e.g. Great Lakes, Spiritwood aquifer), navigable waterways and 
where fisheries resources are concerned. Consequently, much government work completed on groundwater in Canada is done by the provinces with collaborative support from the GSC, the oldest government research institution in the country. 
 
Reference:
3D Workshop 2011
Organization:
Geological Survey of Canada
Canada
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