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October 4, 2018

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Mercury (Hg) enters the environment through natural processes and human activities. There are three forms of Hg: elemental (metallic) mercury, inorganic mercury salts and organic mercury compounds. Methylmercury (MeHg) is often formed from inorganic mercury during biological processes such as...


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July 1, 2017

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This is the list of all known vertebrate species that have been confirmed to occur in Alberta. This list includes native as well as exotic (introduced) species.


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May 7, 2015

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The Fall Walleye Index Netting survey was conducted from September 15-19, 2014. A total of 1,166 fish were caught in this survey representing 8 species. a total of 390 walleye were caught in the 32 nets. The report summarizes the statistics of all the fish caught.


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January 1, 2011

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Survey objectives included estimating catch per unit effort, as well as various population demographics (age, growth rate, reproductive status) in order to monitor the effectiveness of Walleye management and to ensure the stability and sustainability of Walleye populations at this location.


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May 1, 2000

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Alberta's alternative livestock industry, including the production of fresh fish through aquaculture for commercial purposes, has expanded rapidly over the last few years. At the same time, an interest is being expressed to raise fish on public land for commercial or personal use. In addition,...


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June 1, 1999

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The document briefly summarizes information on Northern Pike in Alberta and outlines the management strategies that have been adopted. Companion documents will provide additional information on northern pike and describe operational plans for the management and recovery of specific populations....


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October 1, 1997

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Alberta is an ecologically diverse province. The wide range of land forms and vegetation communities create a large mosaic of natural landscapes that provide habitat for Alberta's fish and wildlife. Public lands are an important source of fish and wildlife habitat and these habitat requirements...


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January 30, 1990

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Both Smoke and Iosegun Lakes are well known as sport fisheries lakes and consequently over the years have become destination recreation lakes. Both lakes have some capability for increased recreational use and for residential use as they are located close to the town of Fox Creek. Although a...


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January 1, 1977

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A report about the fishing at Gull Lake.