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- 4Environmental Impact Assessment
- 3Canada, Alberta, Fort McMurray
- 3Oil Sands
- 3Oil sands
- 3Tar Sands
- 1Alberta Environment
- 1Alberta Environment, Standards and Approvals Division
- 1Geist, Valerius (Panel Member)
- 1Hamilton, Andrew L. (Panel Member)
- 1Higgs, Eric (Editor and Workshop Convenor)
- 1Maloney, Elaine L.
Contains the following chapters: Existing Facilities Location of Transportation Facilities Pipeline and Powerline Impact Rural Agricultural Area The Environmental Impact Analysis Corridor Cross-Section Cost Analysis Inter-Party Responsibilities in Utility Corridor
Athabasca tar sands development environmental impact statement matrix: Physical & chemical characteristicsDownload
The environmental impact assessment matrix is a simple way of summarizing which impacts are considered of greatest significance. It is a checklist or reminder of the full range of actions and impacts and is aimed at separating, as far as possible, factual information on magnitude of each type...
Includes sections outlining the requirements of: • Environmental impact to tar sands development • The Water Resources Act with specific reference to tar sands development • The Clean Air Act with specific reference to tar sands development • The Clean Water Act with specific reference to tar...
Proceedings of a Workshop sponsored by the Canadian Circumpolar Institute (CCI) at the University of Alberta in 1992. The presentations and discussions focused on issues pertaining to the use of science in Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), including past and present problems and...