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91 results found for: "Water--Pollution--Alberta."

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June 1, 2018

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This study investigates key issues identified in the Joint Canada-Alberta Oil Sands Monitoring (JOSM) program regarding water quality of tributaries to the lower Athabasca River, specifically: the ...


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June 1, 2018

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This study investigates key issues identified in the Joint Canada-Alberta Oil Sands Monitoring (JOSM) program regarding water quality of the Lower Athabasca River mainstem and the downstream ...


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July 1, 2016

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Presents background information on the Bow River Phosphorus Management Plan and the steps to be taken to move the plan from paper to action, including the establishment of an implementation ...


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September 1, 2015

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The Bow River Phosphorus Management Plan (PMP) is a strategic plan to address sources of phosphorus in the middle reach of the Bow River between the Bearspaw and Bassano Dams. This is the PMP ...


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May 13, 2015

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Twin Valley Reservoir was first filled in 2003 following construction of a new dam on the Little Bow River near its confluence with Mosquito Creek. To fill and operate the new reservoir, increased ...


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March 1, 2015

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The objectives of the 2014 investigation and monitoring program were to: Evaluate the potential for vapour migration in residences in the area; Assess exposure and risk to residents in the ...


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June 10, 2014

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The Bow River begins in the Rocky Mountains and runs through foothills onto the prairies, ending at the confluence with the Oldman River, where it becomes the South Saskatchewan River. The river ...


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June 10, 2014

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The Bow River begins in the Rocky Mountains and runs through foothills onto the prairies, ending at the confluence with the Oldman River, where it becomes the South Saskatchewan River. The river ...


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April 4, 2014

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Heightened nutrient levels in the Bow River downstream of Calgary have long been a concern. In the 1970s and 1980s, high nutrient levels resulted in excessive aquatic plant growth resulting in low ...


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March 1, 2014

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These sampling results provide no evidence that the target compounds occur regularly in river water along the left bank (facing downstream), on the north side of the river. Contaminant movement ...