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Alberta is the third largest economy in Canada and is expected to grow significantly in the coming decade. The energy sector plays a major role in Alberta’s economy. The objective of this research is to develop various greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigations scenarios in the energy demand and supply...
Europe going green? The European Union's promotion of a global mitigation norm on climate change
Greenhouse gas emissions need to peak by 2020 to avoid dangerous climate change. Yet, emissions are rising, particularly in emerging economies like China. A global agreement on curbing emissions, which includes all major emitters, is urgently needed. Has the European Union (EU) contributed to the...
Evaluating wildlife passage use and discovery for small and medium sized mammals in an Eastern Canadian boreal forestDownload
Paper presented at the 100th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America in 2015. BACKGROUND/QUESTION/METHODS: While many studies have looked at how large mammals respond to road mitigation measures, few studies have examined the effects on smaller mammals or taken a multispecies...
Movement and Habitat Use of the Long-Toed Salamander (Ambystoma macrodactylum) in Waterton Lakes National Park, AlbertaDownload
Population estimates for adult long-toed salamander (Ambystoma macrodactylum) at Linnet Lake in Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta, showed a 60% decline from 1994 and 2008 –2009. To prevent further decline, in 2008 Parks Canada installed four under-road crossing structures (tunnels) and...
The North American beaver (Castor canadensis) is a large semi-aquatic rodent that has played a central role in shaping the Canadian boreal landscape, and colonial Canadian history. Exploitation of North American beaver populations to supply the European hat industry spurred the westward...
Understanding where and when populations occur is the first step to conservation and maintenance of biodiversity. Where human land-use overlaps with populations of conservation concern, population loss may occur, potentially reducing long-term persistence of species, particularly for those that...
Taking a Multispecies Approach to Evaluating the Effectiveness of Wildlife Passages for Small and Medium Sized Mammals in an Eastern Canadian Boreal ForestDownload
Poster presented at the International Conference on Ecology and Transportation in 2015. Research is an investigation into the effectiveness of three different types of wildlife passages along Highway 175 in northern Quebec for small and medium sized mammals using infrared cameras. Two research...