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49 results found for: "Environment and Sustainable Resource Development"

Organizations: Environment (1971-1992,1999-2011)

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August 1, 2005

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Selenium is a naturally occurring element, commonly found in rocks and soil. It is a nutrient usually required in small amounts by humans and other organisms, but it can be toxic at only slightly higher levels. Concerns related to the fate and effects of selenium in aquatic ecosystems near...


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March 1, 2005

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This document describes the business of Compliance Assurance at Alberta Environment. It sets out Alberta Environment's goals, core principles and supporting policies related to Compliance Assurance. It also provides a detailed program guide.


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March 31, 2003

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The GoA is committed to a vision of a vibrant and prosperous province where Albertans enjoy a superior quality of life and are confidence about the future for themselves and their children. Safe and adequate supplies of water, clean air and land, together with healthy, dynamic communities are the...


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July 1, 2002

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The purpose of the Smith Hondo Local Plan is to provide direction to land managers for managing and using public land and resources in the planning area to provide a variety of benefits. The plan balances community, economic and environment issues and values with government policy for the...


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April 1, 2000

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The previous guidelines on wastewater irrigation entitled, A practical guide to Municipal Wastewater Irrigation - Discussions and Guidelines, was first published by Alberta Environment in June, 1984. These guidelines were intended for the use of municipalities considering irrigation as a method...


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December 1, 1999

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Big Knife Provincial Park project area covers roughly 297.54 hectares* (735.21 acres) of terrain in and along the Battle River valley southwest of Forestburg in east central Alberta. The Park represents a variety of landscapes and includes the valley bottom and slopes associated with the Battle...


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October 1, 1999

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The burrowing owl is listed as an 'endangered' species in Canada by the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada. The species is now considered extirpated from both Manitoba and British Columbia, and populations continue to decline in Alberta and Saskatchewan. In Alberta, surveys...


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September 1, 1999

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This ecological land classification for Carson Pegasus Provincial Park was commissioned by Alberta Environment. The study area encompassed the entire park and is situated within the Foothills Natural Region with portions of the park straddling both Upper and Lower Foothills Subregion. The...


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June 1, 1999

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The document briefly summarizes information on Northern Pike in Alberta and outlines the management strategies that have been adopted. Companion documents will provide additional information on northern pike and describe operational plans for the management and recovery of specific populations....


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Last Modified

March 31, 1999

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The GoA is committed to a vision of a vibrant and prosperous province where Albertans enjoy a superior quality of life and are confidence about the future for themselves and their children. Safe and adequate supplies of water, clean air and land, together with healthy, dynamic communities are the...