Alberta’s spectacular Bow Valley and environs offer valuable lessons in how humans and wildlife can co-exist. Will we learn them before it is too late?
December 2015: Canadian Geographic After flowing some 1,200 kilometres from Canada’s Rocky Mountains, collecting runoff from the Prairies and Boreal Plains, the Saskatchewan River spills into a maze of channels that cut across the low-lying forests and wetlands of the Saskatchewan River Delta. At 10,000 hectares, it’s the largest inland delta in North America, and prime…
Winter 2015/16 issue: Highline Magazine If you manage to haul a frozen, skinned beaver carcass up a remote mountain pass in the middle of winter, then nail it about two metres up a tree, you might just be lucky enough to attract a wolverine. That’s what researchers have been trying to do for the past…
The fight for Haida Gwaii is more than a matter of land.
Poised to deliver big results, the nearly four-year-old Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement continues to rely on the co-operation of former foes.
A framework developed at the University of Alberta is helping the forest planners behind the world’s largest conservation agreement see the bigger picture.
Queen’s University civil engineers have the pulse on the water pipes, gas lines and sewers that lie beneath our feet.
How new technology is boosting the lifespan of large-scale infrastructure.