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Hydrogeological investigation of Muskeg River basin, Alberta
F. W. Schwartz
|Statement||by F.W. Schwartz for Alberta Oil Sands Environmental Research Program.|
|Series||AOSERP report ;, 87, AOSERP report ;, 87.|
|Contributions||Alberta Oil Sands Environmental Research Program.|
|LC Classifications||GB1030.A64 S38|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 97 p. :|
|Number of Pages||97|
|LC Control Number||81468848|
Ethics approval was granted on 22 June under the project name, “Tracking Change in the Mackenzie River Basin,” study ID Pro Subsequently, a separate ethics application was approved by the University of Alberta Research Ethics Board, project name, “Understanding Changes in Freshwater Ecosystems and Drinking Water in Northern. Paleozoic Stratigraphic Framework beneath the Muskeg River Mine ( Rge W4): Controls and Constraints on Present Day Hydrogeology. Canadian Society of Petroleum Geology, GeoConvention , 14–18 May , Calgary Alberta, 8 pp. Google Scholar.
Muskeg River, Alberta fishing report, rainbow trout fly fishing forecast, fishing season updates, fly shop and fishing guides, and fly-fishing weather. 5 Star Fatty Day! Current fly fishing conditions are great! The fishing is abundant so get out there. Weather, flows are perfect. Hatch may be occuring. We fished the river near the water fall and hwy 40/Teepee campground. Supposedly a couple severe floods earlier in the year () flushed out the usually plentiful rainbow trout. I .
Aspects of the hydrologic and sediment regimes of the Muskeg River Basin and the consequences of vegetation removal by Hudson, H. R. (Henry Roland), ; Alberta. Alberta Environment. Research Management Division. nuclear waste disposal in the Williston Basin (Whittaker et al., ; Brunskill, ), further emphasizing the need for detailed regional hydrogeology investigations. Previous hydrogeological studies in the basin have not been integrated across provincial boundaries .
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Get this from a library. Hydrogeological investigation of Muskeg River basin, Alberta. [F W Schwartz; Alberta Oil Sands Environmental Research Program.]. Hydrogeological investigation of Muskeg River basin, Alberta.
Author(s) / Creator(s) Schwartz, F. Detailed studies of groundwater-surface water systems in Hartley Creek basin show the creek to be at baseflow for only a few months in the winter when other contributions to streamflow are by: 3.
Get this from a library. Interim report on a hydrogeological investigation of the Muskeg River Basin, Alberta. [F W Schwartz; Alberta Oil Sands Environmental Research Program.].
Streamflow in all basins influenced by the disturbance of muskeg. Where muskeg is removed and replaced by mineral soils, stream discharge will decrease during spring runoff and stormflow periods Hydrogeological Investigation of the Muskeg River Basin, Alberta | Canadian Conservation and Land Management (CCLM) Knowledge Network.
Enclosed is the report "Hydrogeological Investigation of Muskeg River Basin, Albertall • This report was prepared for the Alberta Oil Sands Environmental Research Program, through its Water System, under the Canada-Alberta Agreement of February (amended September ).
Respectfully, AOSERP A.H. Macpherson, Ph.D. This paper discusses the application of data on stream water chemistry to regional groundwater evaluation, hydrograph separation, and evaluation of the effects of basin disturbance.
We have selected for analysis the Firebag, Steepbank and Muskeg River basins, and Hartley and Thickwood Creek basins in northern Alberta, Canada. Permafrost vulnerability to climate change may be underestimated unless effects of wildfire are considered.
Here we assess impacts of wildfire on soil thermal regime and rate of thermokarst bog expansion resulting from complete permafrost thaw in western Canadian permafrost peatlands.
Effects of wildfire on permafrost peatlands last for 30 years and include a warmer and deeper active layer. The Muskeg River basin has been the subject of a detailed, chemically based study of watersheds with extensive muskeg terrain. The objectives of this paper are to describe the chemical features of water from various components of the hydrologic cycle, and to inter- pret the groundwater and surface water processes in the watershed.
Alberta Environment and Parks - Alberta River Basins interactive GIS for flood alerting, advisories, reporting and water management content. Use this web application to get information on river flow, level, precipitation, and other water related data sets in near real-time.
Hydrogeological and geophysical properties of the very-slow-moving Ripley Landslide, Thompson River valley, British Columbia. David Huntley, a Jessica Holmes, b c Peter Bobrowsky, d Jonathan Chambers, c Philip Meldrum, c Paul Wilkinson, c Shane Donohue, e David Elwood, f Kelvin Sattler, f Michael Hendry, g Renato Macciotta, g Nicholas J.
Roberts h. Interim report on a hydrogeological investigation of the Muskeg River basin, Alberta Interim report on ecological benchmarking and biomonitoring for detection of air-bourne pollutant effects on vegetation and soils, to Kearl oil sands project - mine development Kearl oil sands project - mine development.
The Elk Point Group of Alberta: Insights into Paleogeography, Evaporite Karstification, and Salt Cavern Potential based on Net-Evaporite Mapping; Ap | Digital Data Stratigraphic Picks and Evaporite Mineral Intervals for the Elk Point Group in Alberta (tabular data, tab-delimited format) Ap | Model This paper describes an application of the U.S.
EPA Hydrological Simulation Program-FORTRAN model (HSPF) in the Muskeg River basin in northern Alberta, Canada. The Muskeg River basin has significant deposits of oil sands that are the focus of mining and development over the next few decades.
Suite30th Floor, - 7th Avenue SW. Calgary, AB T2P 4K9. Tel: Overview of Water Quality in the Muskeg River Basin, July to March vi LIST OF FIGURES Figure Water Quality sampling sites in the Muskeg River drainage basin Figure Annual total precipitation in the Muskeg River basin averaged from Bitumont, Muskeg and Mildred Lake fire towers and the Ft.
McMurray. Address: Muskeg River Mine Site, Fort McMurray, T9H 4W1 Alberta. Email: Phone: +1 () Web: Wikipedia: Shell-Canada Notes: Muskeg River Mine, Jackpine Mine and the Scotford Upgrader joiintly form the Athabasca Oil Sands Project (AOSP).
This report supplements the hydrogeological reconnaissance map of the northwest segment of the Edmonton map area (NTS 83H), providing some elaboration and discussion of map features. The topography of the area is predominantly level to gently rolling. The area is drained by the North Saskatchewan and Sturgeon Rivers.
The Alberta River Basins website has moved to Please update your links. Data and advisories are also available through the Alberta Rivers app. The Muskeg River Mine (MRM) was approved by an Alberta Energy and Utilities Board (EUB) hearing panel in (Decision ).
MRM started production in December and tailings placement began in the external tailings facility (ETF). An expansion to the MRM was approved by a joint panel established by the EUB and the Government of Canada in Muskeg River Muskeg River is a settlement in northern Alberta, Canada within the Municipal District of Greenview No.
Muskeg River has an elevation of metres. Muskeg River. Within the oil sands, the Athabasca River receives flows from many rivers and streams, including the Steepbank, Muskeg, Mackay, Ells, Firebag, and Richardson rivers.
Reaching the Peace-Athabasca Delta near Embarras Portage, the Athabasca River subsequently forms part of the Mackenzie drainage, which empties into the Beaufort Sea.Muskeg River near Fort McKay (site M2), and water diversions from the Muskeg River basin.
Several management actions are recommended that focus on determining the feasibility of augmenting Kearl Lake water levels and late winter flows in the Muskeg River. ¾ For most ofthe water levels of Kearl Lake remained between the minimum.Interim report on a hydrogeological investigation of the Muskeg River Basin, Alberta.
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