K. Pigeon, E. Cardinal, G. Stenhouse, S. Cote. (2016) Staying cool in a changing landscape: the...
This is interesting. One would imagine that elk and other ungulates would have high concentrations of poisons if feasting on grasses at mine sites. While grizzlies might predate these animals, we...
Posted by: Ali Van Zee
Posted on: Grizzly bear diet shifting on reclaimed mines
Tim Barton is Senior Transportation Planner with Bunt & Associates. He spoke in April 2016 at the joint...
McGarvey highlights an essential issue: our ignorance of the actual economic costs and values of the "industrial" agricultural system dominating modern society.
Posted by: Steve de Keijzer
Posted on: Robert McGarvey: Economics of price and local food
This presentation provides an overview of recent changes in reclamation criteria for the province of Alberta...
Very interesting presentation
Posted by: Marc Leblanc
Posted on: Organic matter evolution in peat following fire
Edith Vanderpuye, Alberta Environment and Parks, discusses Alberta's Water Policies, ongoing research, and...
I was very happy to find the reports on natural disturbance in the North Saskatchewan region on your website.
Posted by: Fran Hanington
Posted on: North Sask. Disturbance Regimes