Sauchyn Barrow Fang-2009-Saskatchewans natural capital in changing climate an assessment of impacts and adaptation

Climate change impacts in Saskatchewan are already evident, and will become increasing
significant over time. This report draws on the expertise of top climate change researchers and a
large body of previous work to create a state-of-knowledge synthesis of key biophysical impacts
and adaptation options specific to Saskatchewan. The focus is Saskatchewan’s ecosystems and
water resources and the sectors of our economy, agriculture and forestry, which are most
dependent on these natural resources.