bioregional planning for aggregate extraction in the

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Bioregional Planning for Aggregate Extraction in the ...

a bioregional approach to planning for aggregates extraction in the two adjacent townships on the Oak Ridges Moraine. The overall goal was to develop an approach to aggregate extraction in the townships that integrated strong policy with solid relationship-building, community visioning and cooperative action in order to protect

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CiteSeerX — Bioregional Planning for Aggregate

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Ontario Nature worked closely with four partners on this project. Ontario Nature and these organizations formed a formal collaborative to provide overall strategic direction, guidance, and information for this initiative. The formal collaborating partners were the Green Durham Association, the Township of Uxbridge ...

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ON Nature magazine - Bioregional Planning for

Bioregional Planning for Aggregate Extraction in the Townships of Uxbridge and Scugog 2014 For a more accessible version of this content, we recommended using the ‘Download PDF’ menu option. onnaturemagazine

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Bioregional Design for Multiple Aggregate Extraction

Bioregional Design for Multiple Aggregate Extraction Site Rehabilitation in the Oak Ridges Moraine, Ontario: Author: Schibli, Heather: Department: School of Environmental Design and Rural Development: Program: Landscape Architecture: Advisor: Landman, Karen: Abstract:

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BIOREGIONAL DESIGN FOR MULTIPLE AGGREGATE

2017-1-13  bioregional landscape solutions. This process can be a model for rehabilitation planning in other aggregate-rich municipalities. Heather Schibli1, Karen Landman1, and Lorne Bennett2 Pits are extractions sites where glaciers have left behind clean deposits of sand and gravel. Consequently these extraction sites are often clustered.

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Bioregional Design for Multiple Aggregate Extraction

Bioregional Design for Multiple Aggregate Extraction Site Rehabilitation in the Oak Ridges Moraine, Ontario @inproceedings{Schibli2015BioregionalDF, title={Bioregional Design for Multiple Aggregate Extraction Site Rehabilitation in the Oak Ridges Moraine, Ontario}, author={H. Schibli}, year={2015} } H. Schibli; Published 2015; Geography

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News Links – UMALA

2021-6-18  Bioregional Planning for Aggregate Extraction in the Township of Uxbridge Scugog

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Aggregate Extraction in Ontario: A Strategy for the Future

2011-3-29  In 1992, the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) developed a State of the Resource Report on aggregate reserves, consumption trends, conservation and recycling, with a primary focus on Southern Ontario. The report informed the development of policies and programs, and provided guidance to municipal planning processes.

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Planning For The Future, A Bioregional Approach

2018-11-19  “Bioregional planning - it has its feet in three different aspects of a community. It looks at both social and economic, as well as biophysical features,” said Aubie Douglas, a recent graduate student from the Bioregional Planning Program at Utah State. Douglas and her colleagues conducted a bioregional planning approach to Moab and Castle Valley, in southeastern Utah.

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Environmental Assessment and Aggregate Extraction in ...

2013-7-8  The Township's purpose was to restrict further aggregate extraction and to establish a priority of land uses centred on agriculture and groundwater protection. The Township Council, supported by local residents, wanted additional restrictions on the aggregate industry mainly because of the perceived and anticipated environmental impacts

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ON Nature magazine - Bioregional Planning for

Bioregional Planning for Aggregate Extraction in the Townships of Uxbridge and Scugog 2014. Bioregional Planning for Aggregate Extraction in the Townships of Uxbridge and Scugog 2014. For a more accessible version of this content, we recommended using the ‘Download PDF’ menu option. ...

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Bioregional Planning for Aggregate Extraction in the ...

Bioregional Planning for Aggregate Extraction in the Townships of Uxbridge and Scugog . By . Abstract. Ontario Nature worked closely with four partners on this project. Ontario Nature and these organizations formed a formal collaborative to provide overall strategic direction, guidance, and information for this initiative. The formal ...

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Marine bioregional plan for the South-west Marine Region

Marine bioregional planning is about improving the way Australia’s marine environment is managed and helping our oceans remain healthy and productive. Marine bioregional plans have been prepared under section 176 of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act) for the South-west, North-west, North and Temperate ...

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Model for Rehabilitation Design for Aggregate-Rich ...

2016-11-7  For her thesis, Heather had investigated Bioregional Design for Multiple Aggregate Extraction Site Rehabilitation in the Oak Ridges Moraine. A collaborative project between industry, environmental groups, and government, Heather’s work is a model for rehabilitation planning for aggregate-rich municipalities.

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MLA Thesis Defence - Heather Schibli School of ...

2015-5-1  The final examination for Heather Schibli will be held on Friday, May 1st, 2015 at 11:00 am in Room 125 of the Landscape Architecture building. The thesis is "Bioregional Design for Multiple Aggregate Extraction Site Rehabilitation in the Oak Ridges Moraine, Ontario".

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Conference Presentations – Guelph 2016

Bioregional Design for Multiple Aggregate Extraction Site Rehabilitation in the Oak Ridges Moraine, Ontario (Karen Landman, University of Guelph; Heather Schibli, University of Guelph). Discursive Framing Community Mobilization: The Melancthon Mega Quarry (Rebecca McEvoy, University of Guelph; John Devlin, University of Guelph)Spoiler content

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2 The methodology for bioregional assessments ...

2.1 Overview The BA methodology guides the analysis of potential direct, indirect and cumulative impacts on receptors that can be assessed at a regional scale. It is not a development-specific environmental impact assessment but does result in BAs that can inform development-specific assessment.

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Ecological Networks Protected Areas Review -

2021-6-18  Figure 1. The typical component of a terrestrial ecological network. Source: Lawton et al.,2010. 2.4 Marine Protected Area Networks. As in the terrestrial case, the effectiveness of a marine ecological network can be characterised by how well it supports the large-scale distribution and dynamics of species and communities.

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III. GLOBAL AND BIOREGIONAL... - Global Integration ...

III. GLOBAL AND BIOREGIONAL PARADIGMS (Post 1 of 4) I. 1-53 1. The periodicity of seasonal variation, accumulating over time and viewed from a global perspective, culminate unto

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Anthony Zammit - Watershed Ecologist - Grand River ...

Jan 2004 - Present17 years 2 months. Cambridge, Ontario, Canada. - Works with internal and external partners to develop and update protocols, strategies, and policies for the long-term protection of natural heritage systems and biodiversity within the Grand River Watershed. - Provides science-based, technical advice to facilitate the completion ...

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ON Nature magazine - Bioregional Planning for

Bioregional Planning for Aggregate Extraction in the Townships of Uxbridge and Scugog 2014. Bioregional Planning for Aggregate Extraction in the Townships of Uxbridge and Scugog 2014. For a more accessible version of this content, we recommended using the ‘Download PDF’ menu option. ...

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Conference Presentations – Guelph 2016

Bioregional Design for Multiple Aggregate Extraction Site Rehabilitation in the Oak Ridges Moraine, Ontario (Karen Landman, University of Guelph; Heather Schibli, University of Guelph). Discursive Framing Community Mobilization: The Melancthon Mega Quarry (Rebecca McEvoy, University of Guelph; John Devlin, University of Guelph)Spoiler content

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2 The methodology for bioregional assessments ...

2.1 Overview The BA methodology guides the analysis of potential direct, indirect and cumulative impacts on receptors that can be assessed at a regional scale. It is not a development-specific environmental impact assessment but does result in BAs that can inform development-specific assessment.

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Credit Valley Conservation - CVC

2015-1-29  Trail and a shared history of early aggregate extraction. These features have shaped the environmental, social, cultural and recreational characteristics of the Complex into what it is today. The Belfountain Complex Background Report has been prepared as part of the first phase of the development of the Management Plan for the Complex.

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Fill and Aggregate Sites Lakeridge Citizens for Clean

Fill and Aggregate Sites . A 2006 Golder and Blackport Study regarding water quality issues and aggregate sites indicates that it is usually not the extraction process itself, but the post extraction land use applications that has the potential to impact groundwater quality.. LCCW has gathered some important evidence to consider regarding fill quality concerns and the use of former aggregate ...

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Case Study Investigation 2015 Project Review Sheet

2019-5-3  Industrial storage and disposal, aggregate extraction, water extraction, urban wastewater drainage, parking lots Location Riyadh, Saudi Arabia Climate Zone Hot desert Size 1,738 square miles (4,500 square kilometres) drainage basin 74.6 miles (120 km) of riverbed

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Nelson, Rebecca --- "Breaking Backs and Boiling Frogs ...

2020-10-6  BREAKING BACKS AND BOILING FROGS: WARNINGS FROM A DIALOGUE BETWEEN FEDERAL WATER LAW AND ENVIRONMENTAL LAW. REBECCA NELSON . Law has long struggled to address cumulative environmental threats, as activities interact and aggregate to cause larger problems, from global climate change to water over-exploitation in the Murray-Darling Basin.

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Ecological approaches in planning for sustainable

2015-2-13  Ecological approaches in planning for sustainable cities A review of the literature 1. Global J. Environ. Sci. Manage., 1(2): 159-188, Spring 2015 Ecological approaches in planning for sustainable cities A review of the literature 1 *T. Yigitcanlar; 2 D. Dizdaroglu 1 School of Civil Engineering and Built Environment, Queensland University of Technology, 2 George Street, Brisbane, QLD 4001 ...

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A future focus: Science, technology and innovation –

Fish aggregate based on a range of seasonal and environmental factors. By collecting this data, advanced analytics such as machine learning (introduced in the section above, ‘AI and machine learning have the potential to increase efficiencies’ ) could be deployed to produce more accurate predictions for the distribution of target species. [61]

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Anthony Zammit - Watershed Ecologist - Grand River ...

Jan 2004 - Present17 years 2 months. Cambridge, Ontario, Canada. - Works with internal and external partners to develop and update protocols, strategies, and policies for the long-term protection of natural heritage systems and biodiversity within the Grand River Watershed. - Provides science-based, technical advice to facilitate the completion ...

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