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March 1, 2009

Description

Since the early 1950s, large rivers throughout the Province of Alberta have been subjected to regular monthly sampling for a broad suite of water quality parameters. Althought water quality monitoring on the Athabasca River began as early as 1955 for some variables, regular sampling for most...


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June 20, 2017

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As outlined in the transition period directive for professional responsibilities in completion and assurance of wetland science, design and engineering work in Alberta, professional experience gained prior to registration with a Professional Regulatory Organization will be accepted as...


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June 6, 2017

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Concordance file showing which Census Subdivision a particular Township land parcel is in. Also has geo-coordinate for CSD centre. For general use purposes, as some inaccuracies may exist.


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August 31, 2007

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No rare plant species or special plant communities were observed during the spring rare vascular plant survey. Two potentially rare species observed along the Jarvis Lake Trails should be rechecked later in the season to determine to the species level. The level of confidence in locating rare...


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February 1, 2006

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The purpose of the Provincial Parks Lake Monitoring Program is to routinely collect information that describes the current status of water quality within a suite of recreational lakes and reservoirs. These waterbodies vary considerably in terms of their physical (e.g. size, shape and mean depth),...


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June 29, 2007

Description

A list of lichens that occurred in ten surveyed sites of William A Switzer Provincial Park was compiled and rare lichens that occurred in these sites were assessed following the protocol of ANHIC for rare plants. Rare lichens found in the park were: Baeomyces rufus, Collema subflaccidum,...


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March 4, 2008

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Willmore Wilderness Park is located in the northern portion of Alberta's Rocky Mountains just west of Grand Cache and north of Jasper National Park. Habitats suitable for odonates are found throughout the park and include ponds, peatlands, subalpine lakes and streams. Over the past eight years...


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May 1, 2002

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Several wildland parks and two ecological reserves have recently been established in the northeast corner of Alberta (Figure 1). Colin-Cornwall Lakes Fidler-Greywillow, La Butte Creek and Maybelle River Wildland Parks are located in the Canadian Shield Natural Region. Egg Island and Athabasca...


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March 18, 2002

Description

In Alberta, the Canadian Shield Ecoregion is restricted to the extreme northeast part of the province (Strong and Leggat 1992). It is subdivided into the Kazan Upland Subregion and the Athabasca Plain Subregion, located to the north and south of Lake Athabasca, respectively. There are several...


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November 30, 2007

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The main objective of the spring and summer bryophyte surveys was to document the occurrence of rare species at several sites in William A. Switzer Provincial Park and to mitigate possible damage as a result of trail maintenance activities, including the creation of new trail segments, mechanical...


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March 29, 2004

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A fundamental strategy in the preservation of functional ecosystems is to identify and preserve a full compliment of habitat types, which in return support a diversity of animals, plants, and other life forms. Vegetation is an integral component of habitat and provides a relatively easy means of...


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January 9, 2002

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The purpose of this vegetation survey was to identify and describe all associated plant community types found within the Sundance Provincial Park and associated special management zone. As part of this process other features of unique, sensitive or disturbed nature were noted. These included, but...


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October 1, 1993

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The purpose of the ongoing sampling of Lake Newell was to obtain long-term information on the fertility level of this and other recreational lakes associated with provincial parks so that trends could be detected.


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February 1, 2006

Description

The purpose of the Provincial Parks Lake Monitoring Program is to routinely collect information that describes the current status of water quality within a suite of recreational lakes and reservoirs. These waterbodies vary considerably in terms of their physical (e.g. size, shape and mean depth),...


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February 1, 2006

Description

The purpose of the Provincial Parks Lake Monitoring Program is to routinely collect information that describes the current status of water quality within a suite of recreational lakes and reservoirs. These waterbodies vary considerably in terms of their physical (e.g. size, shape and mean depth),...


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February 1, 2006

Description

The purpose of the Provincial Parks Lake Monitoring Program is to routinely collect information that describes the current status of water quality within a suite of recreational lakes and reservoirs. These waterbodies vary considerably in terms of their physical (e.g. size, shape and mean depth),...


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December 10, 2008

Description

A rare lichen survey was conducted in selected areas of Pigeon Lake Provincial Park (PLPP) from October 14 to 18, 2008. The main objective of the survey was to document the occurrence of rare lichens and mitigate possible damage as a result of infrastructure upgrade activities, including the...


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March 8, 2012

Description

Rochon Sands Provincial Park, on the south side of Buffalo Lake in south-central Alberta, is located 24 km northwest of Stettler. Ecologically it is found in the Aspen Parkland. These studies, conducted annually between 2006 and 2009 and again in 2011, present information on the distribution and...


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February 1, 2006

Description

The purpose of the Provincial Parks Lake Monitoring Program is to routinely collect information that describes the current status of water quality within a suite of recreational lakes and reservoirs. These waterbodies vary considerably in terms of their physical (e.g. size, shape and mean depth),...


Last Modified

February 1, 2006

Description

The purpose of the Provincial Parks Lake Monitoring Program is to routinely collect information that describes the current status of water quality within a suite of recreational lakes and reservoirs. These waterbodies vary considerably in terms of their physical (e.g. size, shape and mean depth),...