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Condition of the environment reporting
Alberta’s Environmental Science Program provides the public with information indicators which convey trends in the condition of Alberta’s air, climate, fish, wildlife, plants, land, wetlands and water. Condition of the environment reporting in these areas outlines a framework for delivering information to the public in a plain-language, easy-to-access online format.
Learn about indicators reporting on Alberta's air quality.
Learn about indicators reporting on Alberta's climate.
Learn about indicators reporting on Alberta's fish and wildlife.
Learn about indicators reporting on Alberta's plants, land and wetlands.
Learn about indicators reporting on Alberta's water quality and quantity.
Oil sands indicators
The Oil Sands Monitoring Program is a joint provincial-federal working partnership that provides comprehensive environmental monitoring data about Alberta’s oil sands region. Find information on oil sands indicators including air, groundwater, and hydrometric and surface water data.
The data used in condition of the environment reporting is gathered and assessed through an ongoing environmental monitoring process founded on standardized methods and quality control protocols. To access environmental monitoring reports and datasets, see Environmental monitoring.
Contact Alberta's Environmental Science Program or the Office of the Chief Scientist:
Email: [email protected]
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