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Assessing Spatial and Temporal Variation in Source Water Quality and Drinking Water Treatability Across a Gradient of Forest Harvest on Vancouver Island, BCDownload
On Canada’s Pacific Coast, forestry is integral to society. Although economically important, harvesting practices may alter source waters that originate in forested watersheds through changes in suspended solids (SS) and dissolved organic matter (DOM). Each of these metrics has the potential to...
This report examines the hydroclimatic data, water use data and a water management model developed in 11 previous studies and makes recommendations on work required to update and/or improve the reliability of the data for future water quantity modeling. (As cited on https://www.nswa.ab.ca/)
Project Report 2000-5
Diversity of wetland non-biting midges (Diptera: Chironomidae) and their responses to environmental factors in AlbertaDownload
Wetlands provide a wide range of services, including improving water quality, providing habitats for wildlife, and storing floodwaters. In Alberta, wetlands cover about 21% of the landscape of the province. In Alberta, as elsewhere, wetlands have suffered from human activities and many have...
Ecological benefits provided by alley cropping systems for production of woody biomass in the temperate region: A review
Effects of forest harvesting and fire on fish assemblages in Boreal Plains lakes: A reference condition approachDownload
To assess the impacts of forest harvesting and fires on lentic fish assemblages in the Boreal Plains ecoregion (Alberta, Canada), we applied a reference condition approach to 37 lakes in burned, logged, or undisturbed catchments. Fish assemblages in the reference lakes were classified into two...