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Transportation corridor study. Volume 4 Appendix: Environment - general characteristics & conditions - part 2Download
Contains the following chapters: Environment Characteristics and Conditions - Bolter Parish Trimble Ltd. Soils - Tom Peters & Associates Wildlife - Ducks Unlimited (Canada), Stewart Weir Stewart Watson & Heinrichs The Human Settlement Pattern of the Expanded Study Area - K.C. Mackenzie...
This report is a survey of remote sensing technology and its applicability to the environmental study needs of the tar sands area. The report includes examples of surveys of this nature that have already been completed by Syncrude Canada Ltd. No attempt is made here to provide detailed analysis...
The philosophy of the Study as envisaged at the outset, is to obtain the maximum useful input from all those who might be affected in any way. The basis is complete disclosure by the Consultant Group of all relevant material and ideas. In order to provide the necessary background, technical...
Factors involved in the ecology of Ruth Lake and Poplar Creek are discussed. Ruth Lake is a small, littoral, moderately eutrophic lake. It has clear water, a muddy substrate, and is shallow (mean depth 1.5m). Winter stagnation /occurred but the water was well oxygenated in summer....
With up to 20,000 species of insects throughout Alberta the opportunities for entomological study are immense. An entomological reconnaissance study of the Syncrude Lease #17 area was required to gain preliminary data and to examine the potential of insects as biological monitors of...
An inventory study of water-associated birds occurring on and near the Syncrude Canada Ltd. Lease #17 in the Athabasca oil sands was conducted during the period of July 8 to November 15, 1974. Regular ground surveys were conducted of 30 water bodies on and near the lease, including lakes, ponds,...
Oil Sands Environmental Study Group realized that one of the better ways to create an atmosphere in which the industrial and environmental research worker could engage in constructive dialogue would be the provision of as much technical information as time would permit. We have learned from...
This monograph is the first formal public report of the Syncrude revegetation program. The revegetation program itself is part of a long term (up to 30 years) effort directed towards reclaiming and rehabilitating the disturbed land areas. The goal is to return these land areas to a state...
Flood frequency prediction for Syncrude Lease 17 is necessary f o r both mining activities and environmental protection. Due to a scarcity of local data, flood frequency curves could not be prepared directly. It is demonstrated that flood frequency curves can be derived from limited data...
In early 1976 a literature review of low temperature fog was carried out so that the potential for this fog type in the vicinity of the Syncrude synthetic crude oil complex could be assessed. Moreover, a site visit under suitable synoptic meteorological conditions was made in early March 1976 to...