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- 3Prairie Pothole Region
- 1Alberta Wetland Policy
- 1Ambystoma mavortium
- 1Beaver Hills
Prairie potholes are drained for the purposes of agricultural production and land development. However, restoring these drained basins is a hard sell. Three reverse auctions involving restoration identified low uptake of wetland restoration contracts by private landowners. This study explores the...
In the Prairie Pothole Region (PPR) of Canada wetlands once utilized for agricultural purposes are being restored to their pre-existing hydrological state. The overall objective of this research was to assess differences in microbial community structure and soil organic matter between native...
Occupancy, Abundance, and Summer Ecology of the Western Tiger Salamander (Ambystoma mavortium Baird) in the Beaver Hills, AlbertaDownload
The western tiger salamander (Ambystoma mavortium Baird) is a ‘species of special concern’ in the Canadian prairie provinces. Potential declines caused by habitat loss and fragmentation, emergent diseases, and fish stocking are reasons cited for this species conservation status. However, little...