Publications

IJC publications contain both board and corporate documents, including reports, fact sheets, infographics, and presentations. Contractor reports are created on behalf of or in coordination with the IJC or its boards by a separate entity, including individuals, companies, and governments. Government reports are documents developed by US or Canadian local/provincial/state/federal government that are of interest to the IJC or board.

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This fact sheet describes how the waters of the St. Mary and Milk Rivers are apportioned between Canada and the United States.
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This fact sheet describes the geography of the St. Mary and Milk River basins, as well as the infrastructure along the rivers that affect water apportionment and usage.
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This fact sheet describes how the International St. Mary-Milk Rivers Study Board will integrate a variety of perspectives and considerations into its work, as it develops recommendations on improving the efficiency of apportioning the waters of these rivers.
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This is a short summary of the key findings of the report, "Flood water storage using active and passive approaches - Assessing flood control attributes of wetlands and riparian agricultural land in the Lake Champlain-Richelieu River watershed"
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A report to the International Lake Champlain-Richelieu River Study Board on "Flood Water Storage using Active and Passive Approaches: Assessing Flood Control Attributes of Wetlands and Riparian Agricultural Land in the Lake Champlain-Richelieu River Watershed".
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Final Work Plan of the International Lake Champlain-Richelieu River Study Board The record setting floods of 2011 in the Lake Champlain Vermont/New York basin in the United States. (US) and the Richelieu River in the province of Quebec, Canada, prompted the U.S. and Canadian governments to work...
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