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May 1, 1981

Description

The availability and chemical quality of groundwater have been evaluated for the area referred to as Jackfish-Mayatan Lakes. The information was requested by the County of Parkland for preliminary planning of country residential subdivisions. There should be sufficient groundwater supplies...


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June 1, 1979

Description

A subsurface investigation at a reclaimed sanitary landfill in Edmonton (Beverly) has revealed that combustible gases entering a golf course structure are generated from decomposing garbage in the old landfill. Gases containing methane up to a maximum of 83% by volume are present in the...


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April 1, 1978

Description

In August of 1974, Alberta Environment conducted groundwater exploration at Peerless Lake Settlement in order to develop potable groundwater sources for the area residents. Ten bored wells were constructed, each of which produces adequate quantities of groundwater for domestic needs. Water...


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September 1, 1977

Description

Subdivision of the area surrounding the Hamlet of Anzac is in the preliminary phase of planning. The Soils Branch was requested by the Land Tenure Secretariat of the Department of Municipal Affairs to test soils in order to help plan the subdivision for residential use. The work involved test...


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January 1, 1977

Description

A report about the fishing at Gull Lake.


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April 1, 1976

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Physical and chemical analysis of spent sand indicate that this material is very infertile. The spent sand samples analysed had an average pH of 7.2 and low Na content indicating that there was no residual problem resulting from the NaOH used in the oil production process. Freshly processed sand...


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March 25, 1976

Description

At the request of the Hon. D. J. Russell, Minister of Alberta Environment, a Committee of provincial and federal government as well as general public representatives was established to review the current use of warning signs in respect to water resources structures in the Province to recommend...


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March 1, 1973

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This report is compiled from existing reports on Lake Wabamun. It considers the impact of thermal discharges on the lake from the two power plants in relation to the physical and biological factors and compares methods of improving the quality of the lake to maintain this important recreational...


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June 21, 1968

Description

GCOS requested permission to discharge effluent from the sands tailings pond at the Fort McMurray site into the Athabasca River during periods of high river flow. GCOS outlined the events which made this request necessary in order that an adequate base be developed for a stable 200 foot dike.