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Many factors can affect a person’s health, such as quality of life, how long they live, and whether or not they suffer diseases. These factors are referred to as determinants of health. The quality of environmental media related to oil sands developments in northeastern Alberta represents a...
3 reports available - Studies of physical properties of soils and mined materials in relation to reclamation - Studies of chemical properties of soils and methods of improving mined material for plant growth - Sulphur deposition and acidification of soils in the oil sands area
Point measurements of maximum depth showed that over 50% of the rainstorms occur in June and July, with only a small percentage in Apri1 (5.6) and September (10. 1). The greatest frequency of occurrence is observed in the Waterton Lakes Park area (just about 1 per year), with relatively high...
Species profile for Cornus canadensis: bunchberry, bunchberry dogwood, creeping dogwood, pigeonberry
The heavy oils produced from the Alberta oil sands contain cyclic organic compounds together with sulphur and nitrogen. Upon thermal treatment they have the potential to form carcinogenic, mutagenic, and toxic compounds. Recovery of oil by in-situ combustion processes, such as the Combination of...
Development of a Toxin-Mediated Predator-Prey Model Applicable to Aquatic Environments in the Athabasca Oil Sands RegionDownload
Industrial contaminants are one of the leading causes of pollution worldwide. It has been shown that 13 elements considered priority water pollutants by the US Environmental Protection Agency are present in the Athabasca River and are found in oil sands process-affected water. There are likely...
Oil sands reclamation: A study integrating mining, tailings disposal and reclamation. Volume III – Yearly cost estimatesDownload
The document provides a comprehensive review of the technical problems facing future oil sands developments and suggests options which will be helpful in formulating oil sands mining, tailings disposal and reclamation plans. By providing in-depth cost analysis for many of the activities...