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Physiography, Terrain and Soils
Learn more about why physiography, terrain and soils and why we study them together.
Human Health And Community Safety
The Human Health and Community Safety program will study issues related to biophysical determinants of health
Includes raptors, breeding birds, forest birds, shorebirds, waterfowl, bog/fen and other wetland birds & species at risk birds.
Archaeological and Cultural Heritage
Learn about Archaeology and Cultural Heritage and why it is important to the Community Access Road
Learn about what Cumulative Effects is and why it's important for the Community Access Road
Surface Water, Fish and Fish Habitat
Learn more about surface water, fish and fish habitat and their importance for the Community Access Road
Hooved Animals (Caribou and Moose) / Ungulates
Learn about what ungulates are and their importance for the Community Access Road
Air Quality and Greenhouse Gases
Learn more about what air quality and greenhouse gases are and their importance for the Community Access Road
Aboriginal and Treaty Rights and Interests