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- 1Andreychuk, A. P.
- 1Bell, Wayne Ronald Victor
- 1Creed, I.F.
- 1Creed, Irena
- 1Devito, K.J.
- 1Devito, Kevin
- 2Oil Sands Research and Information Network (OSRIN)
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The Muskeg River in northeast Alberta drains a large highland area east of the Athabasca River. The availability of thick, oil sands deposits at depths less than 30 m in parts of the watershed makes this area an obvious candidate for future mining development. The results of this detailed,...
Inventory of water use requirements and effluent discharge characteristics related to oil sands developmentDownload
An inventory of historical data on water use requirements and effluent discharge characteristics related to oil sands developments has been collected and tabulated. The inventory data indicate that surface water bodies are the main sources of the water supply and main recipients of effluent. ...
Regional and local controls of surface water chemistry in the Boreal Plain and Shield transition of CanadaDownload
The Western Boreal Forest exhibits complex hydrogeology juxtaposed with rapid resource development. Predicting surface water chemistry to assess the influence of landuse and climate change is needed. The research purpose was to test if a global model (Gibbs), used to assess water chemistry...
Spatial heterogeneity in trophic status of shallow lakes on the Boreal Plain: Influence of hydrologic settingDownload
 We used metrics of surface water and groundwater connectivity as explanatory variables in nonparametric regression models to explain the spatial heterogeneity in trophic status of shallow lakes. The concentration of chlorophyll a (Chl a) was used as an indicator of trophic status and was...