Recommendations to the Government of Alberta, based on public consultations, on developing an environmental monitoring system for the province.
Publications & Multimedia
The Bow River Basin Council developed a 2-phase watershed management plan, completed in 2010.
A report prepared by Waterline Resources Inc. for Alberta Environment, March 31, 2011.
Environment Canada, in collaboration with the Government of Alberta, has developed a plan for ongoing monitoring of the lower Athabasca River.
The 2010 final report from the Bow River Project, completed by a consortium of member organizations.
The Foothills Landscape Management Forum commissioned a report of the vegetation on lineal disturbances in the Little Smoky caribou range.
Alberta Wildlife Status Report No. 30. This report looks at the current status of caribou in Alberta, a species designated as "threatened" in the province.
Using computer modeling simluations, this report analyzes future habitat managment scenarios related to their impact on caribou populations in northeastern BC.
Report from National Roundtable on the Environment and the Economy (NRTEE) about how much water Canada has and needs for a sustainable future.
Based on interviews and research, this report identifies existing knowledge for reclamation in the boreal wetlands and prioritizes gaps in that knowledge for future research.
A literature review on restoration and reclamation of wetlands, including review of existing best practices. Includes recommendations for more best practices for industry.
South Saskatchewan Regional Plan (SSRP): Profile for the Land-use Framework Report (2009)