About plant, land and wetland indicators

Alberta Environment and Parks is currently working to analyze province-wide datasets for indicators that communicate the health and integrity of Alberta’s plants, land and wetlands. These indicators will be added here when available. In the meantime, explore the resources below to learn more about plants, land and wetlands work and results in Alberta.

Related publications

Reports, articles and other publications reporting on the condition of Alberta's plants, land and wetlands.

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    Assessment of reclaimed soils by unsupervised clustering of proximal sensor data

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    Year published: 2018
    Authors: Sorenson, P. T., Small, C., Quideau, S. A., Underwood, A., and Janz, A.

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    Land use, climate change and ecological responses in the Upper North Saskatchewan and Upper Red Deer River Basins: A scientific assessment

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    Year published: 2018
    Authors: Farr. D., Mortimer, C., Wyatt, F., Braid, A., Loewen, C., Emmerton, C., and Slater, S.

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    Ecological response to human activities in southwestern Alberta: scientific assessment and synthesis

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    Year published: 2017
    Authors: Farr, D., Braid, A., Janz, A., Sarchuk, B., Slater, S., Sztaba, A., Barrett, D., Stenhouse, G., Morehouse, A., and Wheatley M.

Plant, land and wetland monitoring

Learn more about:

  • plants, land and wetland monitoring in Alberta
  • how cumulative effects are tracked and measured across Alberta landscapes
  • how adaptive monitoring systems are being applied to improve our ability to respond to cumulative effects on Alberta’s environment: Environmental monitoring

Contact Alberta's Environmental Science Program or the Office of the Chief Scientist:

Email: [email protected]

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