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Working Paper 2002-2
An industrial construction enterprise operating in the City of Edmonton wants to improve its bidding strategies that are currently plagued with uncertainty, lack of information and historical price variability. The present research studies a compilation of documents obtained from company archives...
Conservation of forest-dwelling arthropod species: simultaneous management of many small and heterogeneous risksDownload
The Canadian insect fauna is too inadequately Understood to support well-informed assessments about its conservation status: however, the foregoing collection of synthetic papers illustrates potential threats front industrial forestry. Loss of forest species and dramatic changes in forest insect...
Diversity of wetland non-biting midges (Diptera: Chironomidae) and their responses to environmental factors in AlbertaDownload
Wetlands provide a wide range of services, including improving water quality, providing habitats for wildlife, and storing floodwaters. In Alberta, wetlands cover about 21% of the landscape of the province. In Alberta, as elsewhere, wetlands have suffered from human activities and many have...
Short-Term Effects of Timber Harvest on Abundance, Territory Characteristics, and Pairing Success of Ovenbirds in Riparian Buffer StripsDownload
In managed forests, riparian buffer strips typically are maintained to protect water quality. If properly designed, buffer strips also may act as wildlife reserves. However, forest managers have lacked the information to develop standards for buffer strips to maximize benefits for wildlife...
SSHRC Awarded Invited PG (stage 2) 2015: Many communities are dependent upon the resources of freshwater river systems for their livelihood and well-being. Multi-generational subsistence fisheries (including Indigenous communities) have well developed systems of local and traditional knowledge...