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Where is the avoidance in the implementation of wetland law and policy?
Many jurisdictions in North America use a “mitigation sequence” to protect wetlands: First, avoid impacts; second, minimize unavoidable impacts; and third, compensate for irreducible impacts throughExpand
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Synthesis, part of a Special Feature on Balancing Ecology and Community using Cumulative Effects Models Threshold Considerations and Wetland Reclamation in Alberta's Mineable Oil Sands
  • L. Foote
  • Economics, Engineering
  • 30 March 2012
Oil sand extraction in Alberta, Canada is a multibillion dollar industry operating over 143 km² of open pit mining and 4600 km² of other bitumen strata in northern boreal forests. Oil productionExpand
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College and University Environmental Programs as a Policy Problem (Part 1): Integrating Knowledge, Education, and Action for a Better World?
The environmental sciences/studies movement, with more than 1000 programs at colleges and universities in the United States and Canada, is unified by a common interest—ameliorating environmentalExpand
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College and University Environmental Programs as a Policy Problem (Part 2): Strategies for Improvement
Environmental studies and environmental sciences programs in American and Canadian colleges and universities seek to ameliorate environmental problems through empirical enquiry and analytic judgment.Expand
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Interprofessional education and collaboration: A simulation-based learning experience focused on common and complementary skills in an acute care environment
ABSTRACT The purpose of this mixed-methods study was to explore from the participant’s perspective the influence of an interprofessional simulation-based learning experience on understanding theExpand
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It's Not Just About Bears: A Problem-Solving Workshop on Aboriginal Peoples, Polar Bears, and Human Dignity
Throughout the Arctic, the conservation of polar bears (Ursus maritimus), based on the goals and principles of the 1973 International Agreement for the Conservation of Polar Bears and Their Habitat,Expand
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Natural capital and the political economy of wetland governance in Alberta
ABSTRACT The legitimacy of wetland decisions depends on how science and values are integrated and reflected in wetland management decisions. Natural capital and ecosystem services (ES) have becomeExpand
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Book Review of Watershed: Reflections on Water by Grant MacEwan