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Created stormwater wetlands as wetland compensation and a floristic quality approach to wetland condition assessment in central AlbertaDownload
In Alberta, almost all created wetlands accepted as compensation have been naturalized stormwater management facilities. Our investigation of 32 created and natural wetlands in central Alberta determined that created wetlands have steeper shoreline slopes, largely as a result of their primary...
This project is a collaborative venture between four stakeholder groups in the physical therapy profession. Representatives from education, regulation, practice and a payer organization came together to develop a resource guide intended to support physical therapists in the treatment of injured...
Evaluating Fish Habitat Compensation in the Canadian Arctic: Stream Habitat Attributes and Macroinvertebrate AssemblagesDownload
Resource development is expanding in Canada, particularly in the Arctic. In Canada, damage to stream ecosystems as a result of development requires habitat restoration or compensation measures. A compensation project, focused on improving ecosystem connectivity and aquatic habitat for fish within...
Respiration, Acid/Base, Ammonia and Ionoregulatory Strategies in the Pacific hagfish (Eptatretus stoutii)Download
Hagfish feed on putrefied carrion, which poses several environmental challenges to the scavenger including hypoxia (Low PO2), hypercapnia (high PCO2) and high environmental ammonia (HEA). To any other organism, these conditions would be physiologically challenging; however, hagfish seem to have...
The effects of defoliation on growth, reproduction and pollination of a non-native legume (Astragalus cicer) in the mixedgrass prairieDownload
Herbivory can lead to trade-offs between plant growth and reproduction as defoliated plants lose initial resource investments and have reduced photosynthetic capacity. This trade-off can lead to reduced investment into reproductive structures and have repercussions for floral traits, pollinator...
Work, Injury, and Depression: The influence of work status on depressive symptoms for those recovering from musculoskeletal injuryDownload
Many individuals obtain a sense of personal identity from work as well as the resources necessary for basic living. Musculoskeletal injury is a common barrier to continued employment in developed countries and despite numerous compensation programs, work absences can significantly disrupt an...