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Sudbury area : factors of the regional environment

Ontario. Community Planning Branch.

Sudbury area : factors of the regional environment

by Ontario. Community Planning Branch.

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Published by Ontario Dept. of Municipal Affairs in Toronto, Ont .
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  • City planning -- Ontario -- Sudbury.

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    The RCE Greater Sudbury is guided by the City of Greater Sudbury’s Corporate Strategic Plan with a focus on the Quality of Life and Place priority. This priority continues to align with the Healthy Community Strategy and United Nations University’s Regional Centre of Expertise designation received by the City of Greater Sudbury in It is similar in size and shape to the geophysical anomaly that marks the Ga Sudbury Igneous Complex (SIC) in its immediate vicinity but its geological cause and potential link to the Sudbury.

    From Meteorite Impact to Constellation City is a historical geography of the City of Greater Sudbury. The story that began billions of years ago encompasses dramatic physical and human events. Among them are volcanic eruptions, two meteorite impacts, the ebb and flow of continental glaciers, Aboriginal occupancy, exploration and mapping by Europeans, exploitation by fur traders and Canadian 4/5(2). Key results from a regional survey on factors affecting quality of education (August ) School resources and learning environment in Africa. reading book for 2 students or more in sub-Saharan Africa and 1 mathematics textbook for about 3 students. On average,

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A century of sulphur dioxide fumigation, copper and nickel particulate deposition, fire, soil erosion, and enhanced frost action has created 10 ha of barren land and 36 ha of stunted, open birch-maple woodland in the Sudbury area.

The primary factor limiting plant colonization is the acidic and aluminum- copper- and nickel-toxic properties of the soils, although certain plant species survive the challenges Cited by:.

Economic environment: Finally, planners need to know what economic factors might help or hinder a city’s development. The number and types of businesses will impact how an area is laid out. Residents’ socioeconomic levels as well as any employment or economic trends in a region can help planners develop an urban area.Warren, P.

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