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Organizations: Environment and Parks

Last Modified

November 10, 2017

Description

This theme represents official maintained trails in Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park.


Last Modified

March 1, 2016

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This document is intended to provide a consistent outline of minimum requirements for environmental assessments (ESAs) in Alberta. It has been developed to assist in the planning, implementation, and reporting for Phase 1 ESAs, Phase 2 ESAs and confirmatory investigations, and provides guidance...


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September 1, 2016

Description

This documen was created to provide specific guidance on minimizing surface disturbances for Central Parkland and Northern Fescue Natural Subregions (NSRs). It describes the important grasslands in these NSRs and best practices for conservation and reclamation. The intent is to also to educate...


Last Modified

October 31, 2017

Description

The Alberta Risk Management Plan Guide provides Alberta Environment and Parks policy for risk management plans for contaminated sites in Alberta. This document applies when assessing exposure control as an option for managing contaminated land in Alberta. It provides guidance on the Department s...


Last Modified

February 24, 2017

Description

The Kazan Upland natural subregion occurs in the far northeastern corner of Alberta and occupies about 1.5 per cent of the province. The main area lies north of Lake Athabasca. Approximately 60 per cent of the landscape of the subregion is exposed precambrian bedrock. This guide presents...


Last Modified

March 24, 2017

Description

The Boreal Subarctic natural subregion is found on elevated plateaus of far northern Alberta, and encompasses about three per cent of the Boreal Forest Natural Region. It is dominated by open black spruce bogs and peatland complexes with frozen organic soils and permafrost terrain. Moderately...


Last Modified

June 1, 2016

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The Dry and Central Mixedwood subregions cover nearly 40 per cent of the province. The vegetative communities in these subregions are important because they provide summer range for livestock, prime habitat for many species of wildlife, productive watersheds, recreational areas and timber...


Last Modified

November 1, 2017

Description

The Alberta Water and Wastewater Operator Certification program requires that operators have post-secondary education, or equivalent, to meet the requirements for Levels III and IV certification. Certification program administrators across North America recognize that many operators have not had...


Last Modified

September 1, 2015

Description

This activity book will take children on an adventure to learn about Alberta’s fish, birds, trees, animals and outdoor skills. This activity book ideal for independent work.


Last Modified

September 18, 2017

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This is an approximated visualization of the School Authority Unorganized information that is currently available on the Alberta Education public website (https://education.alberta.ca/boundary-maps/school-jurisdiction-maps/everyone/view-and-print-maps). The information has been informed by...