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- 640Oil Sands Research and Information Network (OSRIN)
- 222Oil Sands Research and Information Network (OSRIN)/AOSERP Reports
- 113Oil Sands Research and Information Network (OSRIN)/Government of Alberta Reports
- 100Oil Sands Research and Information Network (OSRIN)/Revegetation Species Profiles
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- 61Oil Sands Research and Information Network (OSRIN)/Syncrude Canada Ltd. Reports
- 103Smreciu, A.
- 101Gould, K.
- 101Wood, S.
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The purpose of this study was to determine the acute and subacute toxicity of bitumen to rainbow trout. The bitumen was collected along the banks of the Athabasca River downstream of Fort McMurray during 1984. Prior to experimentation, the bitumen was fractionated in water at 35°C, using an...
The purpose of this study is to assess, on the basis of existing knowledge, the extent and significance of social deviance in the communities of the Athabasca Oil Sands region. Three main sources of information are considered: literature on social deviance in resource communities; existing data...
Species profile for Ribes hudsonianum: northern black currant, black currant, Hudson Bay currant
The colonization of limestone gravel, limestone gravel + organic matter, and limestone gravel from a river bed was followed over time in order to compare two possible stream reclamation substrates with a control (river gravel). After nine weeks of colonization by benthic micro- and...
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...
Central to the surface water system of the Athabasca Oil Sands region is the Athabasca River. This large river connects the Lake Athabasca fisheries with virtually all tributary rivers in the oil sands region. Thus, an adequate description of the fishery resources of this river was sought at...
The Alberta Oil Sands Community Exposure and Health Effects Assessment Program was modeled after the USEPA TEAM approach. The TEAM approach is based on four fundamental characteristics: direct measurement of all routes of exposure (breathing, ingestion, and skin contact), direct measurement of...
The information presented here reviews what is currently known of fish ecology and production of the Athabasca Basin, and includes discussions of fish production, sport and commercial use of fish populations, and alternative opportunities for recreational fishing in the rivers of the Athabasca...
Review of Health Effects of Naphthenic Acids: Data Gaps and Implications for Understanding Human Health RiskDownload
Oil sands mining involves removal of water from the Athabasca River basin in northeastern Alberta. Water produced during the extraction of bitumen from oil sands is referred to as oil sands process water (OSPW). Information on the likelihood of human exposure to OSPW derived naphthenic acids...
A climatological air quality dispersion was developed which provides more powerful analyses capabilities than are avaiIable in traditional COM-type models. The model incorporates a time series approach to satisfy identified user needs. The three components of the model are: the time series file...