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Traffic signs play a critical role in the safety and efficiency of any roadway, but with limited information on the current status of traffic sign inventories, the placement and condition of traffic signs goes largely unchecked. Therefore, the collection of a complete traffic sign inventory (TSI)...
This report describes the inventory system developed to provide a comprehensive data base for emission of materials to the atmosphere which are judged to be of environmental concern in the AOSERP study area. A detailed evaluation of man-related activities and natural processes within the area was...
This report contains maps showing fish collection locations, photos and details of the physical characteristics of nine streams within five watersheds (Firebag, Muskeg, Steepbank, MacKay, and Ells) in the AOSERP study area. The Atlas accompanies the Volume 1 report (Sekerak, A.D. and G.L....
During 1978, a number of aquatic projects were funded by Alberta Oil Sands Environmental Research Program (AOSERP) using a habitat inventory and mapping approach. Initially, preliminary recommendations were sought for the mapping of aquatic habitat parameters for the AOSERP study area. A data...
A workshop on aquatic systems was held 20 and 21 September 1978 in Edmonton, Alberta. Participants included members of Alberta Environment, Alberta Recreation, Parks and Wildlife, Fisheries and Environment Canada, and consultants conducting research for the Alberta Oil Sands Environmental...
Soils of the AOSERP study area are being mapped using the ecological or biophysical approach to land classification. The basic land unit being mapped is the land system which is an area of land through which there is a recurring pattern of landforms, soils, vegetation chronosequences, and water...
Soil mapping of the AOSERP study area using the ecological or biophysical approach to land classification was continued in 1978. Work consisted of air photo interpretation, field checking, preparation of interim maps, and analysis of soil samples. About 150 townships were field checked during...
An inventory study of water-associated birds occurring on and near the Syncrude Canada Ltd. Lease #17 in the Athabasca oil sands was conducted during the period of July 8 to November 15, 1974. Regular ground surveys were conducted of 30 water bodies on and near the lease, including lakes, ponds,...
Alberta’s environmental and natural resource management systems are designed to make sure the environmental impact of development is minimized, and the air, land, surface water and drinkable groundwater all meet provincial guidelines. In addition, they are used to ensure disturbed areas are...
This inventory of the soils of Syncrude Lease 22 has been prepared as part of an environmental baseline data collection program conducted by Syncrude Canada Ltd. The soil inventory is presented in report and map form. Intensive sampling and mapping was conducted during the summer of 1984, which...