Government of Alberta Reports
In addition to the RRTAC and AOSERP reports housed elsewhere in this ERA Community, the Government of Alberta, and in particular Alberta Environment, also published reports on oil sands reclamation and environmental management. These reports were prepared by a number of organizational units over the years, including the Land Conservation and Reclamation Council and the Research Management Division. TAKE NOTE: These reports are provided to give context and historical information. As they are old they may contain references to out-of-date legislation and policies. Readers should be cautious when using these materials and always refer to current legislation and policies.
Items in this Collection
- 6Vaartnou, H.
- 5Stewart Weir Stewart Watson & Heinrichs
- 5Wheeler, G. W.
- 4Conservation and Utilization Committee
- 4Land Conservation and Reclamation Council
- 4Mayhood, D. W.
The general purpose of this report is to examine various constraints, resulting from human settlement patterns, which will affect the selection of a route for the proposed pipeline corridor. In addition to the definition of constraints, the report will also identify factors which, unlike...
This report overviews major water quality patterns and trends for the Athabasca River and its major tributaries. In doing so it compares water quality data with surface water quality objectives, identifies spatial and temporal patterns, defines major factors affecting water quality,...
This manual attempts to summarize and highlight information to assist in defining species habitat relationships relevant to Alberta environments and for a number of Alberta wildlife species. The degree of specificity of the summaries, in part or whole, varies according to the background...