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Watershed Assessment Procedure to address cumulative effects in the eastern slopes natural region

This project will develop a tool for assessing how watersheds in the eastern slopes are affected by disturbance.

The Eastern Slopes is the origin of much of the water in the Oldman, Bow, and South Saskatchewan rivers. This project will develope a template for assessment, using dominant watershed processes.

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  • April 1 2012

    Project Begins

    Progress update: Rich McCleary begins developing a level 1 assessment procedure.

  • July 2012

    Testing Begins

    Progress update: The level 1 procedure will be tested in the Oldman headwaters.

  • September 2012

    Testing Continues

    Progress update: A test sites are identified and stakeholders engaged to carry out test-case.

  • March 2013

    NetMaP Workshop

    Progress update: Held webinar and workshops with stakeholders to demo the Oldman NetMap product.

Watershed assessment procedure for eastern slopes in AB

Poster outlining the watershed assessment procedure created for Alberta's eastern slopes

Cumulative watershed effects template: Todd Creek

Template to guide cumulative watershed effects assessments within Alberta's Eastern slopes

Axel Anderson

Program Lead

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