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Organizations: Environment (1971-1992,1999-2011) Publication Type: Report

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Last Modified

July 1, 1999

Description

This document confirms, “Resources such as trees, minerals, wildlife, water, fish, range, public land and plants shall be managed in a manner that addresses their interdependence, and recognizes that the use of one resource can affect other users and other resources. Environmental decisions will...


Views: 73
Last Modified

March 1, 2006

Description

Wetlands cover approximately 21 per cent of the land area of the province of Alberta and are unique ecosystems that provide several valuable ecological economic functions including water storage and flood attenuation, erosion control, water quality improvement and habitat for various plant and...


Views: 104
Last Modified

February 1, 2002

Description

Golder Associates Ltd. was commissioned by the Governments of Alberta and Saskatchewan to assess the concept of a dam on the South Saskatchewan River just upstream from the Alberta-Saskatchewan border. The concept of a dam at the Meridian site has been considered for many years, but no previous...


Views: 61
Last Modified

July 1, 2004

Description

This report was submitted as advice to guide development of Phase Two of the water management plan for the South Saskatchewan River Basin. It presents the work of four basin advisory committees which were formed for the primary purpose of recommending water conservation objectives for each major...


Views: 95
Last Modified

March 1, 1990

Description

Although the proposed mill would be one of the least polluting bleached kraft pulp mills in the world, and even though it would have economic benefits associated with it, the Review Board recommends that it not be approved at this time. The major reason for this recommendation is the effluent...