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Oil Stains in the Boreal Forest: The Environmental Cost of Canada's Oil Sands - Revised V2.1 By Stephen Leahy
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Canada’s oil sands are the world’s largest industrial project. Some of the environmental impacts can also be seen from space but many more are invisible and unacknowledged in their... More > entirety until now. A leading international environmental journalist, Leahy provides a fast, factual overview of the incredible environmental impacts of making more than one million barrels of oil a day out of hundreds of millions on tons of tarry sand. Leading scientific and environmental experts along with industry officials are interviewed to provide the full story. -- REVISED V2.1 includes pictures, hyperlinks, bonus chart on The Real Cost of Tank of Oil Sands Gas -- Full-color, 8 1/2 x 11" 30 pages (14 mb pdf download)< Less
PACIFIC OCEAN MEGA ECOTONE OF NORTHERN EURASIA. Part I: EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY OF BOREAL FORESTS By Erland KOLOMYTS
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Territory of Komsomolsk reserve in the Lower by-Amur was used for the multi- dimensional empirical-statistical modeling of landscape connections, as well as the structure and function of... More > floristic and phytocoenotic formations, which characterize the boreal ecotone of by-Amur sub-Pacific. The theoretical and methodological aspects of evolution-ary landscape science as a novel trend of complex physical geography have been consid-ered. The research object here must be the landscape-forming processes and events in the tectonically and climatically active contact zone between the ocean and the continent. The main features of spatial organization of the sub-Pacific boreal landscapes were determined. The empirical-statistical ordination of floristic phratries and groups of forest types was per-formed by the altitudinal-exposure zonality and hydro-lithomorphic factors of the low mountain area of the Lower by-Amur.< Less
The Last Great Intact Forests of Canada: Atlas of Alberta (Part II) By Peter Lee et al.
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This atlas of Alberta’s last great intact forest landscapes from Global Forest Watch Canada reveals a dramatic reduction in large blocks of Alberta’s natural boreal forest landscapes due... More > to the expansion of industrial activities in recent decades. Part I of the atlas provides context and maps of Alberta's intact forest landscapes; Part II focuses on the threats to these forests. Note: this atlas can also be downloaded for free, along with maps and photos from the atlas, at www.globalforestwatch.ca!< Less
The Last Great Intact Forests of Canada: Atlas of Alberta (Part I) By Peter Lee et al.
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This atlas of Alberta’s last great intact forest landscapes from Global Forest Watch Canada reveals a dramatic reduction in large blocks of Alberta’s natural boreal forest landscapes due... More > to the expansion of industrial activities in recent decades. Part I of the atlas provides context and maps of Alberta's intact forest landscapes; Part II focuses on the threats to these forests. Note: this atlas can also be downloaded for free, along with maps and photos from the atlas, at www.globalforestwatch.ca!< Less
The Last Great Intact Forests of Canada: Atlas of Alberta (Part I) By Peter Lee et al.
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This atlas of Alberta’s last great intact forest landscapes from Global Forest Watch Canada reveals a dramatic reduction in large blocks of Alberta’s natural boreal forest landscapes due... More > to the expansion of industrial activities in recent decades. Part I of the atlas provides context and maps of Alberta's intact forest landscapes; Part II focuses on the threats to these forests. Note: this atlas can also be downloaded for free, along with maps and photos from the atlas, at www.globalforestwatch.ca!< Less
The Last Great Intact Forests of Canada: Atlas of Alberta (Part II) By Peter Lee et al.
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This atlas of Alberta’s last great intact forest landscapes from Global Forest Watch Canada reveals a dramatic reduction in large blocks of Alberta’s natural boreal forest landscapes due... More > to the expansion of industrial activities in recent decades. Part I of the atlas provides context and maps of Alberta's intact forest landscapes; Part II focuses on the threats to these forests. Note: this atlas can also be downloaded for free, along with maps and photos from the atlas, at www.globalforestwatch.ca!< Less
Under a Painted Sky - Works by Men Who Paint By Greg Hargarten
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"Under a Painted Sky" is celebration of 100 works by Saskatchewan ‘plein air’ painters Cam Forrester, Greg Hargarten, Paul Trottier, Roger Trottier and Ken Van Rees.
Under a Painted Sky - Works by Men Who Paint By Greg Hargarten
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"Under a Painted Sky" is celebration of 100 works by Saskatchewan ‘plein air’ painters Cam Forrester, Greg Hargarten, Paul Trottier, Roger Trottier and Ken Van Rees.
Alight By Richard Burden, Lauren Rae
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A young pug gets separated from his family after a big forest fire. he now has to make his way through every day trying to find his family or hunt. this takes place in great bear forest that is... More > located in Canada, his original home is in boreal forest. this is also a great book if you are into adventure or fiction/fantasy.< Less
Bee Basics: An Introduction to Our Native Bees By United States Department of Agriculture, Beatriz Moisset, Ph.D., Stephen Buchmann, Ph.D.
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Native bees are a hidden treasure. From alpine meadows in the national forests of the Rocky Mountains to the Sonoran Desert in the Coronado National Forest in Arizona and from the boreal forests of... More > the Tongass National Forest in Alaska to the Ocala National Forest in Florida, bees can be found anywhere in North America, where flowers bloom. From forests to farms, from cities to wildlands, there are 4,000 native bee species in the United States, from the tiny Perdita minima to large carpenter bees. Most people do not realize that there were no honey bees in America before European settlers brought hives from Europe. These resourceful animals promptly managed to escape from domestication. As they had done for millennia in Europe and Asia, honey bees formed swarms and set up nests in hollow trees. Native pollinators, especially bees other than honey bees, have been pollinating the continent’s flowering plants since long before the arrival of honey bees.< Less