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A bibliography of the Athabasca oil sands Fort McMurray, Alberta area: Socio-economic and environmental studies. 1982 supplementDownload
This 1982 supplement to the 1980 cumulated update of \"A Bibliography of the Athabasca oil Sands, Fort McMurray, Alberta Area: Socio-Economic and Environmental Studies\" contains references to about 900 items. It lists journal articles received up to the end of November 1981 and reports received...
Review and annotated bibliography of stream diversion and stream restoration techniques and associated effects on aquatic biotaDownload
Stream diversion projects in the Alberta Oil Sands Environmental Research Program study area that have been or will be required in the course of oil sands development are outlined. The effects of stream diversions on aquatic life, natural recovery of stream ecosystems from the effects of...
This annotated bibliography contains 776 entries grouped under the species: muskrat, beaver, mink, and otter. For each species, categories are compiled under: (1) life history; (2) mortality factors; (3) physiology; (4) environmental quality; and (5) management. Also included are entries not...
A bibliography of the Athabasca oil sands Fort McMurray, Alberta area: Socio-economic and environmental studies. 1980 cumulated updateDownload
This is the fifth cumulated update of' a bibliography originally prepared in early 1974 at the request of Dr. S. B. Smith, who was at that time Chairman of the Research Secretariat, Alberta Department of the Environment, and who is presently Director of the Alberta Oil Sands Environmental...
This study evaluates the growth of aquatic macrophytes in selected lakes within the AOSERP study area in terms of lake type, and the feasibility of mapping such aquatic macrophytes using the existing FCIR photography of the study area. Field surveys were carried out during August 1978. Ten lakes...
The impact of saline waters upon freshwater biota, having special reference to the AOSERP study area, is reviewed. Available information on water quality in the AOSERP study area indicates that: the natural regional surface water quality does not appear to have any toxic effects, and chloride...