fRI Research is pleased to congratulate the Foothills Stream Crossing Partnership on the "Shared Footprint" award they received at the 2017 Emerald Awards!
The Water Program at fRI Research has received a grant from Alberta Environment and Parks’ Watershed Re
Poster outlining the watershed assessment procedure created for Alberta's eastern slopes
Presentation from the February 2013 fRI Water Program workshop regarding a long-term watershed study in the Hinton area.
Presentation from the February 2013 Wet Areas Mapping workshop regarding the use of WAM in the aftermath of the Rainbow pipeline spill
Presentation overviewing FSCP and its progress to date, inspection priorities, remediation watersheds, problems and concerns.
Report summarizing an evaluation of the biological response following restoration projects and a storm water quality assessment in Hardisty Creek.
Presentation on the goal, benefits to participants and inspection priorities of the Foothills Stream Crossing Program.
Technical report of sediment dating in Wild Hay Oxbow, Moberley Lake and Jarvis Lake
Report on influence of fire on sediment and large woody debris processes, and how those processes influence water quality and fish habitat.
Fish and Watershed Program QuickNote #2: Sources of Instream Sediment--Observations From the Dogrib Fire
Quicknote describing the relative importance of hillslope versus riparian sediments entering streams in the Dogrib fire study area, and implications.
Quicknote describing the work that's been done by the FMF to map the height of land, and geographical attributes within FMF area boundaries.