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Tags: Buffalo Lake

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February 8, 2021

Description

This Plan provides land-use resource development direction for industry and regulators for the 10km zone Moose Lake Planning area that is located approximately 100km northwest of Fort McMurray in the Lower Athabasca Planning Region.


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January 1, 2019

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This report documents the assessment of the performance of the GIS-based method used to evaluate the intactness of riparian habitats along the shorelines of Pigeon, Gull, Sylvan, and Buffalo lakes and their associated tributaries. Both desktop and field validation methods were used and the...


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January 1, 2018

Description

The report documents the GIS-based method developed to assess the current condition of riparian habitats along the shorelines of Pigeon, Buffalo, Gull, and Sylvan lakes and their associated tributaries. The results of the riparian and land cover assessment are summarized and visualized, including...


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March 8, 2012

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Provincial Parks and other areas where natural vegetation is protected are of great value as the flora and fauna present in them is typical of what was in Alberta before widespread agricultural activities replaced them with flora and fauna that was reduced in numbers and made up of species that...


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January 1, 2009

Description

The government of Alberta is working with several municipalities as well as the public to protect the shoreline of Buffalo Lake, which is located fifty-five kilometres northeast of Red Deer. Stakeholder engagement in the management plan process has resulted in a plan that suits many user needs...


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January 1, 2008

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Bathymetric map showing the contours of depth in Buffalo Lake. Bathymetry is used by fisheries management to segregate data collections and analysis, but can also be used by anglers to help find good places to fish.


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September 1, 2004

Description

A diversion from the Red Deer River to raise the water level in Buffalo Lake began in Spring 1996. Water quality monitoring has been conducted to ensure the project does not lead to the degradation of water quality in the lake with the diversion in place. The reports below contain the findings of...