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8 results found for: "Pesticides--Environmental aspects--Alberta."

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April 1, 2008

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This report describes the development and application of an index to assess potential toxicity risk to aquatic life of co-occurring pesticides in surface waters. The index utilizes ambient ...


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November 1, 2005

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Alberta Environment (AENV) has measured pesticides in surface waters since the mid-1980’s and reports on pesticide concentrations in surface waters as part of its evaluation and reporting ...


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November 1, 2002

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This two-year project was initiated in 1999 with the following objectives: 1) To identify pesticides that are used intensively on locally grown specialty crops (such as corn, sugar beets, ...


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November 1, 2002

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Semi-permanent wetlands in the Aspen Parkland eco-region are important habitat for migratory waterfowl and offer valuable habitat for pairing and brood rearing. A water quality study was conducted ...


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August 1, 2001

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During this study pesticides were measured at four selected sites. These sites were chosen in consultation with Alberta Environment personnel based on various criteria including geographical ...


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March 30, 2001

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Low concentrations (ng/L to μg/L range) of many different pesticides are present in Alberta surface waters. The environmental significance of the presence of low levels of pesticides is unclear ...


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January 1, 1998

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Part 1 -The Haynes Creek Study was one of three studies funded under the Canada-Alberta Environmentally Sustainable Agriculture agreement (CAESA) to describe the effects of agriculture on surface ...


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January 1, 1998

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A study carried out under the Canada-Alberta Environmentally Sustainable Agriculture Agreement (CAESA). The purpose of this scoping-level study was to determine if agricultural pesticides ...