Saskatchewan River Delta area: an evaluation of development potential

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Ministry of Agriculture , [Regina
Regional planning -- Saskatchewan -- Case studies., Saskatchewan River (Sask. and


Saskatchewan River (Sask. and Man.), Saskatc

StatementA joint federal-provincial ARDA project and based on the reports of several subsidiary research projects financed jointly by federal-provincial ARDA grants.
LC ClassificationsHT395.C32 S277 1969
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Pagination61 p.
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LC Control Number74193018

[22] The Mossy delta, located in east‐central Saskatchewan, started forming in when the prograding sediment wedge from the s avulsion of the Saskatchewan River reached the shore of Lake Cumberland [Smith et al., ].

Lake Cumberland had a depth of to 2 by:   Understanding the catchment areas of key stopover sites for migratory birds is important for their management and conservation. The Saskatchewan River Delta (SRD) in central Canada is North America's largest inland delta and an important spring and fall stopover site for migratory waterfowl, but there is little information on the origins of waterfowl that use the SRD.

We used stable Cited by: 6. The Saskatchewan River Delta is North America’s largest inland delta and a hub for fish and fur production.

To determine the influence of connectivity on limnology within this northern floodplain, water chemistry and stable isotopes (δ 18 O and δ 2 H) were analyzed during the winter of in 26 shallow lakes along a hydrological by: Water in Saskatchewan is used for various socio-economic activities and passes through the Saskatchewan River Delta, one of the largest inland deltas in North America.

The water resource system in Saskatchewan may face water security challenges due to changes in upstream flow conditions and provincial plans to increase irrigated agricultural : Elmira Hassanzadeh. The DDN initiated collaborative processes with five communities in three inland deltas -- Cumberland House, Saskatchewan and The Pas, Manitoba (Saskatchewan River Delta), Fort Chipewyan, Alberta.

Mihalicz, J. Effects of a hydropeaking dam on river health and benthic macroinvertebrate secondary production in a northern Great Plains river.

University of Saskatchewan. Rokaya P. Impacts of climate and regulation on ice-jam flooding of northern rivers and their inland deltas. University of Saskatchewan.

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Sheikholeslami, R. The Saskatchewan River Delta is a primarily Indigenous landscape of enormous importance, ecologically, economically, and socially in the interior of Canada, straddling the border between Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Most of my work focused specifically on the upper delta, centering on the community of Cumberland House and the delta that surrounds it.

The impact of competing water interests are already being felt in the Saskatchewan River Delta, the largest inland freshwater delta in North America and a nationally significant wildlife area. The E.B. Campbell Dam has disrupted the seasonal water patterns, eliminating spring flooding, increasing winter flows, and decreasing surface water coverage.

The Saskatchewan River was diverted inand by the fall ofwith the $57 million dollar dam completed, the river was closed, filling the dam reservoir. By June ofPremier W.S. Lloyd opened the Squaw Rapids Dam in front of a crowd of approximately 3, Our research was undertaken in Cumberland House, in the Saskatchewan River Delta, Canada.

The Saskatchewan River Delta is the largest inland delta system in North America. This delta system has provided rich wetland-dependent flora and fauna, which has driven human settlement and interaction since time immemorial.

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This proposal presents potentially significant challenges for the maintenance of healthy ecosystems downstream, including the Saskatchewan River Delta (SRD), the largest inland river delta in North America, which includes multiple wetlands and lakes that have high ecological and cultural values for the resident First Nation communities (Partners for the Saskatchewan River Basin, ).

PDF | OnLori Bradford and others published Journeys in Community-Based Research. Jeffrey, B., I.M. Findlay, D. Martz, and L. Clarke (Eds.) Regina, SK. For example, a % increase in irrigated area under a 25% decrease in inflow volume and 4-week-earlier annual peak timing can reduce the frequency of peak flows in the delta by more than 50%, though potential effects on the riparian and aquatic ecosystems remain uncertain.

Evaluation of Liquefaction Potential and Remediation of Sites, Facilities and Earth Structures: Adhikary, Deepak: Laboratory Investigation of the Effects of Stress Changes on the Hydraulic Conductivity of Reconstituted Oil Sands: Bean, Stephen: The Engineering Geology of the SLRT Extension: North Saskatchewan River to University Station.

The Cumberland Marshes in east‐central Saskatchewan, Canada, occupy over km 2 and contain a variety of active and abandoned fluvial features, including straight to sinuous isolated channels, anastomosed channel systems, levees, and crevasse splays in addition to marshes, lakes and bogs.

Inan avulsion of the Saskatchewan River diverted most of its flow into a portion of the. This is the case of the South Saskatchewan River (SSR) that, along with the North Saskatchewan River, forms one of the largest river systems in western Canada.

The SPAtially Referenced Regression On Watershed (SPARROW) model is therefore implemented to assess water quality in the basin, in order to describe spatial and temporal patterns and.

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related to the Saskatchewan River Delta, including a memorable visit to the Cumberland House, Saskatchewan. Special thanks go to Dr. Fulton for his support on envisioning economic growth in Saskatchewan. I want to take this opportunity to also thank my colleagues, particularly.

select article Evaluation of the radioactive pollution in the salt-marshes under a phosphogypsum stack system select article Occurrence and weathering of petroleum hydrocarbons deposited on the shoreline of the North Saskatchewan River from the Husky oil spill select article Microplastics in Yellow River Delta wetland: Occurrence.

reintroduction: (A) Saskatchewan River Delta, (B) Overflowing River Region, (Cl Yorkton Region. the areas we studied had advantages and disadvantages as a potential release site. Plummer's Marsh is a secure wilderness site. Inverte­ brate popUlations were high on the small portion of the lake.

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Nipawin, SK S0E 1E0. Canadian Cancer Society. For a deeper investigation of flood memory, the Saskatchewan River Delta, and the flood events of andsee Merle Massie and M.G. Reed, Chapter 6: “Cumberland House in the Saskatchewan River Delta: flood memory and the municipal response, and ” in Climate Change and Flood Risk Management: Adaptation and Extreme Events at the Local Level Edited by E.

The North Saskatchewan River is located in Banff, Canada’s oldest national park, in the heart of the Canadian Rockies.

Three nearby international-class resorts, Jasper, Banff and Lake Louise, each provide a full range of accommodation and commercial services for those planning a visit to the area or to canoe the river. Proceedings of the Peace-Athabasca Delta Symposium, Edmonton, January 14 Impacts of climate and river flooding on the hydro-ecology of a.

The Stephenfield Reservoir The multi-purpose Stephenfield Reservoir 1 was created by the PFRA in by building a dam 2 across the Boyne River 3 that flows to the Red River with a spillway at its south end 4. The over two-mile long reservoir has a storage capacity of 4, dam retains water for domestic, agricultural, and municipal use.

The Saskatchewan River Delta (SRD) is North America’s largest inland delta and an important stopover site for waterfowl in the Central Flyway. However, little is known about their basic feeding ecology at this site and how species segregate or overlap in resource use.

Canada's Saskatchewan River Delta is North America's largest inland delta and is a key stopover site for migrating ducks. To learn more about the origins of ducks using delta.

Soil Survey of the Delta Area, Utah, Categories: reti. Soil Survey of the Delta Area, Utah, by Arthur Thomas.

The analysis enables evaluation of the effects of economic development plans as well as variations in volume and peak timing of flows on water availability and economic productivity, including possibilities for failure to meet demands.

Irrigation expansion can considerably affect the peak flows in the Saskatchewan River Delta, the largest. The Peel River converges with the Mackenzie River near the delta to create the Peel River-Lower Mackenzie region.

The Saskatchewan River Basin has a drainage area of approximatelykm 2, and includes the North and South Saskatchewan Rivers which are. –Air Photo Interpretation Criteria Applied to an Area on the Assiniboine River South of Long Plain First Nation.

–Air Photo Interpretation Criteria, Tone and Shadow, Applied to an Area in the Upper Part of Elm River Southeast of Portage la Prairie –Part of the Saskatchewan River Delta in Cedar Lake.

–Deltas in Swan. On the Saskatchewan River Delta, pussy willow occurs in low- and tall-shrub community types with shallow peat ( feet ( m)) over silty clay. These soils have a pH of to 7 [ 20 ]. In the willow-alder tall shrub vegetation on rarely flooded levees of the Peace-Athabasca Delta, soils average pH, 18% organic matter, and 82% mineral.Lyon et al.

() evaluated three regions in eastern Saskatchewan/western Manitoba: Yorkton, Saskatchewan River delta, and Overflowing River, as potential sites for whooping crane reintroduction. Logistically, the Yorkton region would be the easiest location for such a reintroduction program; however, it also has the greatest number of hazards.The food habits of adult lesser scaup (Aythya affinis) and blue-winged teal (Anas discors) were compared by analysis of monthly samples of gullet contents in an area of typical breeding habitat in the Saskatchewan River Delta.

Lesser scaup ate on average 66% animal food and 34% plant food and blue-winged teal used animal and plant foods in nearly equal amounts.