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July 1, 2019

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This summary document describes the effects of livestock on waterways on public lands. It outlines potential impacts of livestock use, discusses what research has found, and illustrates management strategies.


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July 1, 2019

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Reviews of scientific research, evidence, and consensus on the effects of livestock on waterways. Reviews all pertinent and available scientific literature on the topic and provides a summary of these issues in relation to Alberta's waterways.


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March 1, 2014

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One-page map showing drainage basins and sub-basins, navigated streams, and ocean watersheds for waterways in Alberta.


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February 1, 2014

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In response to changes to the Navigable Waters Protection Act, Alberta Transportation is developing a map of rivers and streams in Alberta used for boating. Boating guides, similar publications and related web sites were examined to develop an initial map of waterways used by boaters including an...


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April 1, 2007

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Each year, tonnes of topsoil are eroded from localized areas on some Alberta farms. This loss is serious for several reasons: * The remaining soil has less productivity. * Eroded soils deposited elsewhere in the field carry nutrients and pesticides that will increase the range of soil conditions...


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September 1, 2002

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Grassed waterways are broad, shallow channels that carry surface runoff with a minimum of erosion. Natural waterways are easily seeded to forages, either grass or grass-legume mixtures, to prevent severe soil loss and gully formation. These waterways are constructed with uniform grades to...


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April 1, 2001

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This guide is intended to assist those responsible for a pipeline or telecommunication line crossing in meeting their obligations and the requirements of the Code of Practice.