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Agroclimatic Atlas of Alberta: Bibliography

 
 
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Shen, S.S.P., P. Dzikowski, G. Li, and D. Griffith, 2001. Interpolation of 1961-1997 Daily Temperature and Precipitation Data onto Alberta Polygons of EcoDistrict and Soil Landscapes of Canada. Journal of Applied Meteorology, 40, 2162-2177.

Thomas, P., 1984. Canola Growers Manual. Canola Council of Canada.

Timmermans, J. and F. Larney, 1998. An Introduction to Wind Erosion Control. Agdex 572-2, Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development. [on line] http://www.agric.gov.ab.ca/$department/deptdocs.nsf/all/agdex3524[accessed August 2002].

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University of Saskatchewan, 1984. Guide to Farm Practice in Saskatchewan. Division of Extension and Community Relations, University of Saskatchewan.

 
 
 
 

Other Documents in the Series

 
  Agroclimatic Atlas of Alberta: Introduction
Agroclimatic Atlas of Alberta: Climate Basics
Agroclimatic Atlas of Alberta: Weather in Alberta
Agroclimatic Atlas of Alberta: Climate of Alberta
Agroclimatic Atlas of Alberta: Understanding Weather and Climate Data
Agroclimatic Atlas of Alberta: Agricultural Climate Elements
Agroclimatic Atlas of Alberta: Soil Moisture Conditions in Alberta
Agroclimatic Atlas of Alberta: Soils and Ecoregions in Alberta
Agroclimatic Atlas of Alberta: Maps
Agroclimatic Atlas of Alberta: Interpolation of Climate Station Data
Agroclimatic Atlas of Alberta: Bibliography - Current Document
Agroclimatic Atlas of Alberta: Appendix
Agroclimatic Atlas of Alberta: Acknowledgements
 
 
 
 
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