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Airshed management system for the Alberta oil sands: Volume I: A Gaussian frequency distribution modelDownload
Davies, M. J. E., Leavitt, E. D., Rudolph, R. C., McKenna, R. R., Davison, D. S.
A climatological air quality dispersion was developed which provides more powerful analyses capabiIities than are avaiIable in traditional CDM-type models. The model incorporates a time series approach to satisfy identified user needs. The three components of the model are: the time series file...
Davies, M. J. E., Davison, D. S., Rudolph, R. C., Hansen, M. C.
A climatological air quality dispersion was developed which provides more powerful analyses capabilities than are avaiIable in traditional COM-type models. The model incorporates a time series approach to satisfy identified user needs. The three components of the model are: the time series file...
Airshed management system for the Alberta oil sands: Volume III: Verification and sensitivity studiesDownload
Davies, M. J. E., Davison, D. S., Hansen, M. C., Rudolph, R. C.
A climatological air quality dispersion was developed which provides more powerful analyses capabilities than are available in traditional COM-type models. The model incorporates a time series approach to satisfy identified user needs. The three components of the model are: the time series file...
Global kinetic model for a Pt-Pd diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) is proposed and validated. Experimental data was obtained using different concentrations of the artificial gas mixtures which were passed over a bimetallic catalyst. Previous works of Voltz , Pandya , Sola  and many others...
Christie, D., Walmsley, L., Findleton, B., Reid, D.
Following previous tentative identification of the computer program packages LIRAQ and ADPIC as useful for application in studying air quality processes in the region of the Athabasca Oil Sands, this report examines these models in greater detail. After a brief examination of the relevant...
With the trend of global urbanization, underground space is being more and more exploited. To fulfill the need of sustainable development of underground space, it is necessary to well document the as-built positions of the facilities we have built. In the current practice, the as-built models are...
Monenco Consultants Ltd., Hydrocon Engineering (Continental) Ltd.
This document provides an evaluation of currently available rainfall runoff sediment production methodologies, identifies key parameters, and outlines field programs to gather data for model calibration. 1. RAINFALL RUNOFF There are two distinct requirements related to rainfall runoff. Firstly,...
A study was implemented to evaluate different alternatives of soil cover systems for the closure of approximately 1539 Mt of waste rock at the Antamina Mine (Peru). The soil covers were designed to limit water percolation to the underlying waste rock, by combining a store/release and low...
Yau, H., Timpany, P. L., Murphy, K. L.
The present and proposed industrial development associated with the Athabasca Oil Sands has resulted in a need to evaluate the Athabasca River transport and assimilation of contaminants and water occurring substances. Since the beginning of AOSERP in April 1975, water quality and quantity data...
Baseline Growth Performance Levels and Assessment Procedures for Commercial Tree Species in Alberta's Mountains and FoothillsDownload
W.R. Dempster and Associates Ltd.
Field work was undertaken on cut-over or burned sites during the summer of 1986 to acquire data on juvenile height development of commercial tree species growing in coal-bearing areas of the Eastern Slopes of Alberta. These data were used to define reasonable expectations of early growth...