4 edition of Inventory studies of birds on and near Crown lease number 17, Athabasca Tar Sands, 1974 found in the catalog.
Inventory studies of birds on and near Crown lease number 17, Athabasca Tar Sands, 1974
Peggy L. Sharp
|Statement||by P. L. Sharp, D. A. Birdsall, W. J. Richardson ; L. G. L. Limited, Environmental Research Associates.|
|Series||Environmental research monograph -- 1975-4, Environmental research monograph (Edmonton) -- 1975-4|
|Contributions||Birdsall, D. A., Richardson, W. J., L. G. L. Limited, Environmental Research Associates., Syncrude Canada Ltd.|
|LC Classifications||QL685 S43|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||168 p., 3 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||168|
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This paper describes the mining operations in the Athabasca Tar Sands in Alberta, Canada. The development of the mine is detailed, along with the earthmoving equipment required. Experience to date has revealed a number of problems which the earthmoving industry will have to Author: A. R. Allen. The Canadian Tar Sands in the Athabaska Valley of Northern Alberta are the world's largest deposit of a heavy oil called bitumen. That's the stuff that is used in asphalt on our major highways and.
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An inventory study of water-associated birds occurring on and near the Syncrude Canada Ltd. Lease #17 in the Athabasca oil sands was conducted during the period of July 8 to Novem Regular ground surveys were conducted of 30 water bodies on and.
An inventory study of water-associated birds occurring on and near the Syncrude Canada Ltd. Lease #17 in the Athabasca oil sands was conducted during the period of July 8 to Novem Cited by: 6.
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Sharp, D. Birdsall, W. Richardson. QL A4 S53 Migratory waterfowl and the Syncrude tar sand lease: a report / [Syncrude Canada Ltd.].
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Schick, C.D. & Ambrock, K.R. () Waterfowl Investigations in the Athabasca Tar Sands Area. Canadian Wildlife Service, Edmonton, Canada.
Bird Surveillance and Protection Programme, Summary of. and Athabasca Plain (Canadian Shield) Sub-Regions of northeast Alberta. These parks, and the total number of bird species documented within them (to date) are: Marguerite Crag and Tail WPP (61); Maybelle River WPP (85), and Richardson River Dunes WPP (64).
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Long-term reliability of the Athabasca River (Alberta, Canada) as the water source for oil sands mining David J. Sauchyna,1, Jeannine-Marie St-Jacquesa, and Brian H. Luckmanb aPrairie Adaptation Research Collaborative, University of Regina, Regina, SK, Canada S4S 0A2; and bDepartment of Geography, University of Western Ontario, London, ON, Canada N64 5C2Cited by: Birds of the Athabasca Region is a general guide to birds you may see in the area.
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Athabasca University respectfully acknowledges that we are on and work on the traditional lands of the Indigenous Peoples (Inuit, First Nations, Métis) of Canada. We honour the ancestry, heritage, and gifts of the Indigenous Peoples and give thanks to them.
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