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- 1Aggarwal, Pradeep Kumar
- 1Ahmad, Waseem
- 1Akalu, Girmaw Abebe
- 1Arvidson, Wayne Douglas.
- 1Ata, Nicole
- 1Atkins, Sean
Studies the occurrence, origin, morphology, and geographic variations in the chemistry of gold from placer/sedimentary environments in Alberta. Reviews all literature appertaining to the topic and new data regarding the distribution, grades and mineralogical composition is generated.
Linear features such as roads and railways threaten wildlife directly through collisions with vehicles. Although the adverse effects of roads on wildlife have been extensively studied resulting in widespread mitigation measures (e.g. fencing and highway crossing structures), far less attention...
In 2008, cardiovascular disease accounted for 29% of all deaths in Canada. Yet information on the incidence, prevalence, and mortality of IHD (ischemic heart disease) over time in Canada or in Alberta has not been fully organized or modeled systematically. An overall picture of IHD in the...
The Effects of Culture on Conceptualizations of Leisure, Control, and Positive Affect Between Japanese and Canadian Undergraduate StudentsDownload
The purpose of this dissertation is to examine: (a) similarities and differences in conceptualizations of leisure between Japan and Canada and between two Japanese leisure-like terms: yoka and rejā (Study 1); (b) the effects of leisure participation on Japanese and Canadian undergraduate...
ABSTRACT Objectives The objectives of this study were (1) to determine the association between geographic location of residence and recovery from work-related MSK injury in workers’ compensation claimants; and (2) to determine whether the association between geographic location of residence and...
Taxonomy and ecology of the genus Eimeria (Protozoa, Eimeriidae) in the snowshoe hare of central AlbertaDownload
Masters thesis. Nine species were found during the examination of 629 snowshoe hares from central Alberta.
Masters thesis. 5 helminth species in pikas from the Ogilvie Mountains and 7 inhabiting individuals from the Rocky Mountains of southwestern Alberta were examined. Distinguishing characteristics and host relationships of species in the 6 genera of helminths were critically reviewed. Results...
Wildfires are an environmental hazard event experienced by populations and communities across the world. These events can have significant and long-lasting effects on the communities that are impacted, which makes the importance of mitigation apparent. Partners in Protection, a non-governmental...
Reappraisal of Saurolophus confirms Saurolophus osborni and Saurolophus angustirostris as distinct species. Synapomorphies of Saurolophus include a spike-like pseudonarial crest formed by the nasals, frontals, and prefrontals; tripartite frontals with anteroventral and posterodorsal extensions...
Spacing behaviour of breeding buffleheads (Bucephala albeola) on ponds in the southern boreal forestDownload
Masters thesis. Study was carried out for three field seasons at ponds situated north of Atikameg in the Utikuma-Lesser Slave Lakes region of north-central Alberta.