A new report from the Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute (ABMI)
The ABMI tracks changes in Alberta's wildlife and their habitats from border to border to inform land use decision-making. ABMI has released a new report with functional tools to better understand the status of human footprint in Alberta. The ABMI provides an overview of human footprint at the provincial scale, and breaks down the information on status and trend of human footprint by natural regions, land-use framework planning, and oil sands regions. The report looks at footprints from agriculture, transportation, forestry, human-created waterbodies, urban and rural development, among others.
To access the report, click here.
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