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    • 2006 Yellow Perch Red River Delta Data (Appendix 12) 

      Department of Fisheries and Oceans (2006)
    • Advances in the Integration of Watershed and Lake Modeling in the Lake Winnipeg Basin 

      Leon, L.F.; Booty, W.; Wong, I.; McCrimmon, C.; Melles, S.; Benoy, G.; Vanrobaeys, J. (Government of Canada, 2010)
      Estimating non-point source pollution from watersheds and the effects of mitigation measures (e.g. beneficial management practices or BMPs) is an important step in managing and protecting water quality, not only at the ...
    • Air-Sea CO2 flux estimates in stratified Arctic coastal waters: How wrong can we be? 

      Miller, Lisa A.; Burgers, Tonya; Burt, William; Granskog, Mats; Papakyriakou, Tim (AGU, 2019-01-03)
      Summer near-surface seawater sampling in the Canadian Arctic revealed potential for significant errors (nearly 0.1 μmol·(m-2 s -1)) in CO2 fluxes calculated from measured air-sea CO2 gradients. River runoff and sea ice ...
    • America's animal factories: how states fail to prevent pollution from livestock waste 

      Natural Resources Defense Council and Clean Water Act (Natural Resources Defense Council, 1998)
      Factory farms, which mass-produce animals in assembly-line fashion, have harmed aquatic life, human health and ecosystems across the nation. As industrial-sized farms stagger under the vast burden of manure they are ...
    • AN ANALYSIS OF DIGITAL WETLAND VEGETATION MAP COVERAGES. PRODUCED BASED ON AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY AND SATELLITE IMAGERY NETLEY-LIBAU MARSH, 2001 

      Watchorn, K. Elise (Water Science and Technology Branch, Environment Canada, 2014-06)
      Netley-Libau Marsh, the largest coastal wetland adjoining Lake Winnipeg, has been mapped by aerial photography in the past (Grosshans et al 2004; Verbiwski 1986), indicating a trend of vegetation loss, but a lack of ...
    • Analysis of the effects of the Pine Falls pulp mill on the benthic invertebrates in the Winnipeg River, Manitoba 

      Wong, P.L.; Armstrong, L.; Bezte, C.L.; Wilkinson, P.; Lockhart, W.L. (Department of Fisheries and Oceans, 1996-07-01)
      In Oct. 1994 a comprehensive study was initiated to assess the effects of the Pine Falls Pulp and Paper Mill on the invertebrates in the Winnipeg River. A total of 20850 invertebrate specimens was collected belonging to ...
    • An Annotated Bibliography on Lake Manitoba and Adjoining Waters 

      Bortoluzzi, Tara (Delta Marsh Field Station (University of Manitoba), 2003-11)
      Lake Manitoba located in south-central Manitoba, is the thirteenth largest freshwater lake in North America, spanning approximately 4700 km2. The lake is an important resource for Manitoba in terms of fisheries, recreation, ...
    • Appendix A - Water Quality Report 

      International Garrison Diversion Study Board (International Joint Commission, 1976)
      The purpose of this part of the report is to describe the present water quality of Lakes Manitoba and Winnipeg and, to predict future water quality with and without the imposition of irrigation return flows, canal system ...
    • ArcticNet 2011 Expedition of the CCGS Amundsen 

      Asplin, Matthew G; Scharien, Randall (Centre for Earth Observation Science, 2011)
      This document represents the data report for datasets collected by researchers based at the Centre for Earth Observation Science (CEOS), University of Manitoba, under the Sea Ice research component of the ArcticNet Network ...
    • Assessing issues associated with a time-integrated fluvial fine sediment sampler 

      Goharrokhi, Masoud; Pahlavan, Hoda; Lobb, David A.; Owens, Philip N.; Clark, Shawn P. (John Wiley and Sons, Ltd, 2019-03-27)
      Collecting a representative time‐integrated sample of fluvial fine‐grained suspended sediment (<63 μm) is an important requirement for the understanding of environmental, geomorphological, and hydrological processes ...
    • Assessing issues associated with a time‐integrated fluvial fine sediment sampler 

      Goharrokhi, Masoud; Pahlavan, Hoda; Lobb, David A.; Owens, Philip; Clark, Shawn P. (John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., 2019-03-09)
      Collecting a representative time‐integrated sample of fluvial fine‐grained suspended sediment (<63 μm) is an important requirement for the understanding of environmental, geomorphological, and hydrological processes operating ...
    • Assessing the Relative Contributions of Input, Structural, Parameter, and Output Uncertainties to Total Uncertainty in Hydrologic Modeling 

      Pokorny, Scott (2019)
      The simulation of physical environments by hydrologic models has become common as computational power has increased. It is well known that, to simulate the hydrology of a physical environment, simplifications of that ...
    • Atmospheric Forcing Drives the Winter Sea Ice Thickness Asymmetry of Hudson Bay 

      Kirillov, Sergey; Babb, David; Dmitrenko, Igor; Landy, Jack; Lukovich, Jennifer V.; Ehn, Jens; Sydor, Kevin; Barber, David; Stroeve, Julienne; Kirillov, Serg (American Geophysical Union, 2020-01-30)
      Recently, we highlighted the presence of a strong west‐east asymmetry in sea ice thickness across Hudson Bay that is driven by cyclonic circulation. Building on this work, we use satellite altimetry and a unique set of in ...
    • Bacterial Isolates detected in Devils Lake (not detected in the Sheyenne/Red River Drainage) 

      Hudson, Crystal (2008)
      A standard sample size of 60 fish was the objective for each of the target species of fish. A 60 fish sample size provides a 95% confidence level that a pathogen in an infected fish will be detected given in a 5% presumed ...
    • BaySys - Team 5, Sediment Coring and Water Quality Fieldwork Summary, March 1-6 and April 2-5, 2017 

      Stainton, T.M; Singer, J. (2017-04)
      Fieldwork goals were to: To investigate the nature of sediment, organic matter, and mercury contributions over time to lakes in the Nelson River system, the goal of this eld program was to collect sediment cores and water ...
    • BaySys 2016 Mooring Program Cruise Report 

      Hornby, Claire; Ehn, Jens; Matthes, Lisa; Kamula, K; Lee, J; Blondeau, S; Basu, A; Goharrokhi, M; Kazmiruk, Z; Kirilov, S (2017-01)
      BaySys is a 4-year collaboration among industry partner Manitoba Hydro (Hydro Québec and Ouranos) and the Universities of Manitoba, Northern British Columbia, Québec à Rimouski, Alberta, Calgary, Laval and Trent to conduct ...
    • BaySys 2016 Mooring Program Cruise Report 

      Hornby, Claire; Ehn, J; Matthes, L; Kamula, K; Lee, J; Blondeau, S; Basu, A; Goharrokhi, M; Kazmiruk, Z; Kirilov, S (Centre for Earth Observation Science, University of Manitoba, 2016)
      The BaySys mooring team and crew onboard the CCGS Des Groseilliers. Five oceanographic moorings were deployed from September 26-October 3, 2016. The team attempted to retrieve the lost ArcticNet mooring, AN01, but were not ...
    • BaySys 2017 Fall Cruise Report -Turnaround of Moorings 

      Kirillov, Sergei; Peck, Christopher; Petrusevich, Vladislav (2018)
      BaySys is a 4-year collaboration among industry partner Manitoba Hydro (Hydro Québec and Ouranos) and the Universities of Manitoba, Northern British Columbia, Québec à Rimouski, Alberta, Calgary, Laval and Trent to conduct ...
    • BaySys 2018 Mooring Program Cruise Report 

      Petrusevich, Vladislav; Ehn, Jens (2018)
      BaySys is a 4-year collaboration among industry partner Manitoba Hydro (Hydro Québec and Ouranos) and the Universities of Manitoba, Northern British Columbia, Québec à Rimouski, Alberta, Calgary, Laval and Trent to conduct ...
    • Biota Transfer Risk Assessment for Devils Lake Outlet Proposal 

      Peterson Environmental Inc. (2014-12-10)
      Phase I: Methods and Problems in Developing the List o[Potential Biota of Concern (PBOC)