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Summary

Developing and implementing adaptation practices that reduce the negative impacts and the vulnerability of resource road infrastructure to climate change needs to be a priority for resource road managers. In many regions of Canada, climate change is expected to bring changes in precipitation patterns. These changes will require a specific analysis of the hydraulic capacity of water crossing structures, as well as their projected needs to mitigate the risks to these structures. This is the fourth Info Note in a series of five focused on the key issues of creating climate resilient resource roads.

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