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The emerald ash borer threatens thousands of Montreal trees [audiorecording] / Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

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  • Physical Description: 1 streaming audio file (09 min 26 sec)
  • Publisher: Toronto : Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 2014

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General Note:
From the streaming audio-visual collection.
Restrictions on Access Note:
Access restricted to subscribers
Participant or Performer Note:
Journalist: Apel, Shawn.
Summary, etc.:
The emerald ash borer is a shiny green bug that could kill hundreds of thousands of trees in Montreal. Chris Buddle is a professor at McGill University and Sylvain Ouellet is a city councillor with Projet Montréal. They spoke to Shawn about their concerns.
System Details Note:
Available on the Internet. MODE OF ACCESS via web browser by entering the following URL:
Language Note:
In English.
Source of Description Note:
Source of description from Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Subject: Emerald ash borer > Québec (Province) > Montréal
Emerald ash borer > Control > Québec (Province) > Montréal
Trees in cities > Québec (Province) > Montréal
Nonindigenous pests > Québec (Province)
Ash (Plants) > Diseases and pests
Environmental sciences
Forests and forestry
Genre/Form: Streaming videos.

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