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BUL 048

Soil survey of the County of Two Hills No. 21, Alberta

The format of the report and the type of map presentation used is also a first in the province.This soil survey was carried out to update a portion of the reconnaissance survey, Wainwright and Vermilion Sheets, which is adequate for present day ... Show Abstract

Macyk, T.M.  Greenlee, G.M.  Veauvy, C.F.  1985-01-01

ESR 1984-01

Soil survey of Wabamun Provincial Park study area and interpretation for recreational use

Soil survey of Wabamun Provincial Park study area and interpretation for recreational use The mapped area, comprising about 270 ha, is located about 55 km west of Edmonton adjacent to highway 16 on the south side. Most of the study area is covered ... Show Abstract

Greenlee, G.M.  1983-01-01

ESR 1988-01

Soil survey of Saskatoon Island Provincial Park and interpretation for recreational use

Summers are cool and short, having less than four months with an average temperature above 10�C; the average temperature of the coldest month is below -3�C. The study area is situated in the mixed-wood section of the boreal forest region, ... Show Abstract

Greenlee, G.M.  1988-01-01

ESR 1980-05

Soil survey of designated areas within Kananaskis Provincial Park and interpretation for recreational use

Soil survey of designated areas within Kananaskis Provincial Park and interpretation for recreational use The mapped areas are about 56 km west of Calgary, along Trans-Canada Highway Number 1, and about 48 km south along Highway Number 40 (Fig. ... Show Abstract

Greenlee, G.M.  1981-01-01

ESR 1980-04

Soil survey of Cypress Hills, Alberta and interpretation for recreational use

The surficial deposits near the margins of the trough-shaped valleys, which dissect the northern and eastern parts of the Cypress Hills plateau, are coarse-textured fluvial sediments (gravel). Southeastern Alberta has a semi-arid climate with hot ... Show Abstract

Greenlee, G.M.  1981-01-01

ESR 1981-01

Guidebook for use with soil survey reports of Alberta provincial parks and recreation areas

Outdoor recreation areas must be designed for use without undue deterioration of soil, vegetation, and water resources. The scientific basis of a soil survey is that the locations of soils in the landscape have a degree of predictability. Soil ... Show Abstract

Greenlee, G.M.  1983-01-01

ESR 1978-04

Soil survey and interpretation for recreational use of an area at the junction of the Notikewin and Peace Rivers

The best approach to erosion control on recreational land is through adequate conservation planning.The initial phase in planning the use and development of any resource is an inventory of the nature of the resource - its kind, quality, quantity, ... Show Abstract

Greenlee, G.M.  1979-01-01

OFR 1986-04

Soils and soil erosion in the Tri Creeks experimental watershed, Alberta

Soils and soil erosion in the Tri Creeks experimental watershed, Alberta A detailed soil survey of the Tri-Creeks experimental watershed conducted to delineate soils and related properties for the purpose of hydrologic and sediment yield ... Show Abstract

Hudson, H.R.  Greenlee, G.M.  Howitt, R.W.  1985-01-01

OFR 1985-25

Soil survey of Wyndham - Carseland Provincial Park study area and interpretation for recreational use

Soil survey of Wyndham - Carseland Provincial Park study area and interpretation for recreational use Cypress Hills, Writing On Stone , Dry Island Buffalo Jump, Jarvis Bay, Wabamun Lake, Thunder Lake, Moose Lake and Moonshine Lake. [...]included ... Show Abstract

Greenlee, G.M.  1985-01-01

OFR 1985-27

Soil survey of Chain Lakes Provincial Park and interpretation for recreational use

Soil survey of Chain Lakes Provincial Park and interpretation for recreational use Chain lakes, Winagami Lake, Gregoire Lake, Long Lake and Cross Lake. [...]included were areas in the vicinities of Lake Newell, the Wildcat Hills and Pinehurst ... Show Abstract

Greenlee, G.M.  1985-01-01

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