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Topics: Tourism & Parks Organizations: Environmental Protection (1992-1999)

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Last Modified

February 24, 2011

Description

Tourist map of Writing On Stone Provincial Park.


Views: 18
Last Modified

May 1, 1999

Description

Kananaskis Country – spectacular landscapes and natural resources providing Albertans with diverse benefits and a high quality environment for current and future generations, while at the same time retaining the ecological diversity that has made it such a special part of Alberta. Kananaskis...


Views: 30
Last Modified

July 1, 1998

Description

The report covers three areas. First, it proposes a process to identify “special features” in Alberta and define their conservation status. This process is intended to complement the coarse filter or “top down” approach of Alberta’s Special Places program which attempts to capture environmental...


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Last Modified

March 5, 1998

Description

The purpose of this study was to conduct a floristic and plant community survey in order to document the occurrence and location of rare or otherwise significant plant species and communities of the Blackfoot Provincial Recreation Area uplands. Site conditions are described for significant plant...


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Last Modified

January 1, 1997

Description

The purpose of this study was to conduct floristic surveys, identify and document the location of rare vascular and non-vascular native plants, and describe the site conditions where observed rare plants occur as information for the management of the natural resources of the Blackfoot Provincial...


Views: 17
Last Modified

October 31, 1996

Description

This discussion paper has been prepared for the purposes of obtaining a better understanding of the roles and importance of parks and protected areas. It is intended to foster informed debate and not to prescribe any particular conclusions or actions.