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Salt marshes in Nova Scotia: a status report of the Saltmarsh Working Group
(Institute of Resource and Environmental Studies and Department of Biology, Dalhousie University, 1981-06-01)
There are approximately 80,000 acres of salt marsh land in Nova Scotia of which approximately 43,000 acres have been dyked for agricultural use. Salt marsh lands have served as major producers of food in estuarine regions. ...
Demise of the garden of Acadia
(DVL Publishing Inc., Liverpool, Nova Scotia, 1981-07)
In the late 1970s, plans were being developed for construction of a tidal power barrage at the mouth of the Annapolis River. Much of the land by the river in that area was dyked and was used by farmers for grazing and ...
Canada versus the Market