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Last Modified

January 1, 2002

Description

Watersheds have three primary purposes: to capture water, store it in the soil and release it. Yet each watershed is a unique biological and physical process, making it difficult to draw generalized management recommendations for protecting a watershed. Watersheds are continually changing and...


Last Modified

August 30, 2017

Description

The Historical Watershed Boundary Maps consists of the watersheds printed colour maps within Alberta that were delineated as part of the Phase 3 Forest Inventory program. The maps have been scanned in black and white as well as colour. This product can be viewed on a computer, printed or plotted...


Last Modified

September 23, 2015

Description

The Watershed Resiliency and Restoration Program (WRRP) aims to protect communities from floods and drought by improving natural watershed functions. Grant approval fact sheet lists grant recipients, grant totals, and a description of approved projects.


Last Modified

March 1, 2012

Description

The North Saskatchewan River (NSR) watershed in Alberta drains 57,000 square kilometers. The sparsely populated NSR headwaters are at the Saskatchewan Glacier in Banff National Park and are mostly pristine. The river flows more than 1,000 kilometers from its headwaters to the Alberta–...


Last Modified

January 1, 1993

Description

This report looks at lake studies that were conducted to understand the relationship between nutrient loading from various land uses in the watershed and productivity in lakes.