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January 1, 2018

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This bulletin has been produced to assist those involved in the transportation of nitrogen by road in understanding their responsibilities as outlined in the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act and Regulations.


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June 28, 2012

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Discusses the role of nitrogen, potassium, sulphur and micronutrients requirements of wheat and fertilizer requirements that can assist in wheat management.


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July 1, 2006

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Dissolved gases in well water are a common occurrence in Alberta. The major gases found in wells are methane, carbon dioxide, nitrogen and hydrogen sulfide. Information on hydrogen sulfide, a gas with a rotten egg odour, is discussed in Agrifacts 716 (D14) Removing Hydrogen Sulphide from Water,...


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January 1, 2000

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Nitrogen is an essential nutrient for crop growth. Insufficient nitrogen for growing plants can limit crop production. Soil organic matter, chemical fertilizers and livestock manure are sources of nitrogen for crop production. Excess nitrogen not used by growing crops coverts to nitrate (NO3-),...


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January 1, 1990

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The information in this document was compiled from monitoring data on the Athabasca River and presented to the Alberta-Pacific Environmental Impact Assessment Review Board.


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December 22, 1989

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In July 1988, Halfmoon Lake (Strathcona County) was treated with two forms of lime in an attempt to lower algal biomass and phosphorus concentrations. 58 tonne of CaCO3 and 49 Tonne of Ca (OH2) were added to the lake over a five-day period.


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January 1, 1989

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The former Water Quality Control Branch (WQCB) operated a number of deposition collectors around the province to determine the aeolian deposition rates of various substances to lakes. This deposition program was implemented in 1982 as part of the Wabamun Lake Eutrophication Study. Nine deposition...