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Black River study

Study Date:  2009 – 2011

Location: Black River subwatershed of the Lake Simcoe basin, Rural Municipalities of Durham and York in Ontario

Completed in 2011, this research examined the ecological values of wetlands in the Black River subwatershed of the Lake Simcoe basin and the economic impacts of wetland loss. The study builds on the Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority report that identified wetlands provide an estimated $435 million in ecological goods and services to the Lake Simcoe watershed each year.

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