Efficient monitoring of wildlife responses to seismic line restoration in the Algar Habitat Restoration Program

Cole Burton, Alberta Innovates Technology Futures
GL 15-ERPC-04

This projects goal is to design a cost-effective monitoring program to measure the response of medium- and large-bodied mammals to seismic restoration in Alberta. We will focus on restoration treatments in the Algar study area, while also creating linkages to other programs in order to advance integrated regional monitoring for the oil sands (and elsewhere in the province).

Policy Issue

Knowledge Gap
moose, deer and predator use of anthropogenic features associated with oil and gas developments

2015 Report

2015 Presentation