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Oilsands CO2 emissions may be far higher than companies report scientists say

Oilsands CO2 emissions may be far higher than companies report

Radio-Canada

A number of major oilsands operations in Alberta seem to be emitting significantly more carbon pollution than companies have been reporting,

4/23/2019

Ground-water resources of townships 39 to 42 ranges 1 to 4 West of 4th

Natural Resources of Canada

Re-release; Hage, C O; Hume, G S. Geological Survey of Canada, Water Supply Paper 268, 1947, 27 pages (1 sheet),

4/23/2019

Gamma ray spectrometer maps Lake Athabasca Alberta-Saskatchewan

Natural Resources of Canada

Re-release; Geological Survey of Canada. Geological Survey of Canada, Open File 1058, 1984; 1 microfilm,

4/23/2019

High-resolution hydrometeorological modelling of the June 2013 flood

Hydrology

High-resolution hydrometeorological modelling of the June 2013 flood in southern Alberta, Canada Vincent Vionnet, Vincent Fortin, Etienne

4/23/2019

Assistant Professor Theoretical and Computational Neurophysics

Physics Today

Calgary, Alberta, Canada, The University of Calgary recognizes that a diverse staff/faculty benefits and enriches the work, learning and

3/7/2019

Assistant Professor Theoretical and Computational Neurophysics

Pysics Today

Calgary, Alberta, Canada, The University of Calgary recognizes that a diverse staff/faculty benefits and enriches the work, learning and

3/7/2019

Striking Balance - No Borders - Waterton

Canada

Waterton Lakes National Park is tucked away in the corner of southwest Alberta. The park covers an area of 505 square kilometres (195 square

4/20/2019
Canadian wind leaders optimistic about the growth of wind energy in the country

Canadian wind leaders optimistic about the growth of wind energy in

Wind Power Engineering

Over the course of a two-day Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA) Spring Forum in Banff, Alberta, many of Canada’s wind energy leaders

4/19/2019

Is it time for a strategic retreat from carbon pricing?

Macleans

Max Fawcett worked in the Alberta government’s climate change office between 2017 and 2019. He is the former editor of Alberta Oil and

4/19/2019
Why Jason Kenney’s workaholic style may not work when he’s premier

Why Jason Kenney’s workaholic style may not work when he’s premier

Macleans

When Day One of the Kenney era came and went without the premier-designate publicly naming his transition team or chief of staff, I tweeted my

4/19/2019

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APS battery energy storage facility explosion injures four firefighters

Management

APS battery energy storage facility explosion injures four firefighters

How a UPEI student project could cut the heating bill for an Island lobster

Climate

How a UPEI student project could cut the heating bill for an Island lobster

Canadian researchers warn of cascading impacts as bumblebee species decline

Natural Resources

Canadian researchers warn of cascading impacts as bumblebee species decline

Oilsands CO2 emissions may be far higher than companies report scientists

Climate

Oilsands CO2 emissions may be far higher than companies report scientists

Stray polar bear found roaming Russian village airlifted back to the wild

Animals

Stray polar bear found roaming Russian village airlifted back to the wild

50th Civil Engineer Squadron celebrates Earth Day

Animals

50th Civil Engineer Squadron celebrates Earth Day