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Assessment of log yard runoff in Alberta

S. McDougall

Assessment of log yard runoff in Alberta

results of monitoring program 1996-1998

by S. McDougall

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Published by Alberta Environment in Edmonton .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Alberta.
    • Subjects:
    • Logging -- Environmental aspects -- Alberta.,
    • Runoff -- Environmental aspects -- Alberta.,
    • Water quality -- Alberta.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementprepared by S. McDougall.
      ContributionsAlberta. Alberta Environment.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTD428.F67 M38 2002
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 53, [12] p. :
      Number of Pages53
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3753670M
      ISBN 100778522679
      LC Control Number2003446154
      OCLC/WorldCa52193995

      Plains Runoff Outlook for Alberta – February Winter Climatic Conditions During January, precipitation was sparse in the Plains area, with most locations recording little or no precipitation (Figures 1 and 2). Record warm temperatures were recorded at many stations in January, which has contributed to the dry conditions in the province. stormwater runoff (U.S. EPA a; The City of Calgary ). Specifi cally, in southern Alberta, the Bow River sub basin managed under the South Saskatchewan River basin has a population density of 1 to people/km2. However, this then exceeds 1, people/km2 within .

      Checklist - Runoff Management Appendix. Please specify the facility that requires runoff management: ___ A permanent solid nutrient storage facility ___ A farm animal yard lined with concrete or other paving material of equal or lesser permeability ___ A permanent outdoor confinement area. Presents an overview of the environmental assessment process. The purpose of an environmental assessment is to gather information about the consequences of a proposed project, provide an opportunity for people who may be affected by a proposed project to express concerns, and to support sustainable development.

      The Water Security Agency (WSA) is preparing for spring runoff by issuing a preliminary runoff outlook. The spring runoff potential for the province, as of February 1, , is shown in Figure 1. Although conditions across most of the province were wet going into winter, the. Stormwater Management Report Protecting our rivers for tomorrow Water entering the stormwater system eventually ends up in our rivers with limited treatment. You can do your part to help maintain and protect our rivers. See the back of this report for ways you can help. Effects of urbanization on volume and rates of surface water runoff.


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Assessment of log yard runoff in Alberta by S. McDougall Download PDF EPUB FB2

Assessment of log yard runoff in Alberta: results of monitoring program by McDougall, S; Alberta. Alberta Environment. Publication date Topics Runoff, Forest products industry, Water quality, Water Publisher [Edmonton]: Alberta Environment Collection. Assessment of Log Yard Runoff in Alberta - Results of Monitoring Program 45 Avoid use of herbicides to control weeds, etc.

and do not apply herbicides within close proximity of drainage ditch leading to open water or near open water including wetlands, ponds, lakes, rivers, etc. Minimize runoff from entering site and prevent ponding. A project of the University of Toronto Libraries in partnership with the library and archives community in Canada.

Read more about Assessment of log yard runoff in Alberta: results of monitoring program Raw water quality of the Red Deer River with respect to the operation of the Anthony Henday water treatment plant: spring runoff Development of Runoff Depth Map for Alberta Introduction Assessment of basin runoff potential is an important component of the “Hydrotechnical Design Guidelines” for highway projects interacting with streams.

This component requires design hydrologic inputs to evaluate the potential water supply during a File Size: KB. There is a definite need for more effective integration of receiving system issues in the management and regulation of stormwater runoff.

This book successfully brings together a diverse group of environmental specialists to address the issues surrounding the assessment, management, and control of stormwater, and more specifically urban runoff Cited by: The aim of this original article is to assess the treatment of log yard runoff, which was impacted by logs of different age, in an inexpensive free water surface constructed wetland.

Stormwater runoff from log yards in different BC regions can affect aquatic habitats to varying degrees given differences in weather, water quality and tree species. The objective of this thesis was to compare runoff quality and total runoff loadings from a coastal and interior log yard.

Chemical analyses, toxicity tests and treatments were conducted. Data were compared to criteria. APPENDIX E Ma E-3 jurisdictions for the choice of an appropriate event to be used in design based on experience. Erosion control work of a permanent nature should thus be designed for a File Size: 31KB.

However, studies conducted in Alberta (McDougall ) and British Columbia (Zenaitis et al. ), Canada, found log sort yard runoff to contain the following ranges of particulate and organic. Log yard run-off is a potential environmental risk, among other things because it creates an oxygen deficiency in receiving watercourses.

This study was conducted to investigate the purification efficiency of soil–plant systems with couchgrass (Elymus repens) and willows (Salix sp.) when intensively irrigated with run-off from an open sprinkling system at a Norway spruce (Picea abies) log by: “The Distribution and Variability of Runoff in Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba”, completed in [1] 3.

“Annual Unit Runoff on the Canadian Prairies”, completed in [3]. The study included Water Survey of Canada (WSC) hydrometric gauging stations with effective drainage areas (EDA) smaller than 5, km.

2 and. Pilot-Scale Stormwater Treatment Study. Stormwater run-off from log yards and saw mills has long been a difficult waste stream to manage. The challenge arises from ability of wood and bark to easily leach high levels of organics (tannins, lignins, phenolics and resin acids) into mobile water.

A study by the Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and Public Works indicated that runoff and shallow groundwater flowing from a patrol yard to a small brook increased chloride concentrations in a pond located approximately m downgradient from less than 75 mg/L to approximately mg/L (Rushton, ).

Reduce pathogen spread by preventing runoff from yard. movement into fields or. from a 5 inch rain event. contained and scraped: scraped less than once: surface water courses. daily. daily. Grower Self Assessment of Food Safety Risks Herd Health and Management—2.

EPEA Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act (Government of Alberta) ESAR Environmental Site Assessment Repository. AEP Alberta Environment and Parks (Government of Alberta) EC Electrical conductivity. EEC Environmental and Energy Coordination Unit (City of File Size: KB.

Assessment (L-THIA), a simple rainfall-runoff model based on the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Curve Number (CN) method (USDA ), was developed to help land-use planners and watershed managers obtain initial insight into the hydrologic impacts of different land-use scenarios, including historic, cur-Cited by: LAREDO TRUCKING INC.

Health & Safety Manual Section 3 Hazard Identification, Hazard Assessment and Control Purpose The purpose of this section is to provide the tools necessary to identify, assess and control hazards before they compromise safety. Statement Through general observation, inspections and assessments Laredo Trucking andFile Size: KB.

Q Elevate stored, treated wood products to prevent contact with run-on/runoff. Q Store freshly treated logs on impervious containment pad, in a building or under a roof. Q Do not vent volatile or mist-laden exhaust containing log treating chemicals to the outside without proper collection or filtration.

Treatment of Log Yard Runoff in a Bioreactor B.C., which is adjacent to a river. Outdoor processing of logs generates bark and wood debris which covers the surface of the yard.

Rainfall becomes contaminated through contact with the debris, then runs off the site into the river. A runoff treatment system is by:. Understanding storm-water runoff quality is required to develop effective urban storm-water runoff management for regions of semiarid climate.

In this study, the quality of storm-water runoff from a semiarid, urban residential catchment, draining through separated storm-water sewers was investigated in and   Poetry. "With RUNOFF, Clay Matthews solidifies his claim as the only real successor to the narrative, discursive line of Richard Hugo while extending that range to include the kind of hard & sparkling bursts of revelatory truth-won-through-trauma that punctuate the landscape of /5.= the maximum rate of runoff (cfs) C = a runoff coefficient that is the ratio between the runoff volume from an area and the average rate of rainfall depth over a given duration for that area.

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