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Marshall, I.B., E.B. Wiken and H. Hirvonen (Compilers). 1998. Terrestrial Ecoprovinces of Canada. Ecosystem Sciences Directorate, Environment Canada and Research Branch, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa/Hull. Draft Map at 1:7 500 000 scale.

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Smith, R.E., H. Veldhuis, G.F. Mills, R.G. Eilers, W.R. Fraser, and G.W. Lelyk 1998. Terrestrial Ecozones, Ecoregions, and Ecodistricts of Manitoba: An Ecological Stratification Of Manitobas Natural Landscapes. Technical Bulletin 1998-9E. Land Resource Unit, Brandon Research Centre, Research Branch, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Report and map at 1:1 500 000 scale.

Webb, K.T. and I.B. Marshall. 1999. Ecoregions and Ecodistricts of Nova Scotia. Crops and Livestock Research Centre, Research Branch, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Truro, Nova Scotia and Environmental Qualty Branch, Ecosystems Science Directorate, Environment Canada, Hull, Quebec. 39 pp. And map.

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Wiken, Ed.B., David Gauthier, Ian B. Marshall, Ken Lawton and Harry Hirvonen. 1996. Aperspective on Canadas Ecosystems: An overview of the Terrestrial and Marine Ecozones. Occasional paper N. 14, Canadian Council on Ecological Areas, Ottawa, Ont. 95 pp.

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