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Background Documents

Oil & Gas Extraction Background Documents

Human Health and the Oil Sands

PEER REVIEWS OF PREVIOUS OIL SANDS MONITORING SYSTEM (RAMP)

Current Monitoring Program: Joint Canada-Alberta Oil Sands Monitoring Program (JOSM)

PEER-REVIEWED STUDIES (NOT EXHAUSTIVE)

  • Bayne EM, Van Wigenburg SL, Boutin S, Hobson KA. Modeling and field-testing of Ovenbird (Seiurus aurocapillus) responses to boreal forest dissection by energy sector development at multiple spatial scales. Landscape Ecology (2005) 20:203-216.
  • Charpentier AD, Bergerson JA, MacLean HL. Understanding the Canadian oil sands industry’s greenhouse gas emissions. Environ. Res. Lett. 2009, 4, 014005 (11p).
  • Colavecchia MV, Hodson PV, Parrott JL. CYP1A Induction and Blue Sac Disease in Early Life Stages of White Suckers (Catostamus cmmersoni) Exposed to Oil Sands. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part A: Current Issues, 69:10,967-994.
  • Dyer SJ, O’Neil JP, Wasel SM, Boutin S. Avoidance of Industrial Development by Woodland Caribou. The Journal of Wildlife Management. 2001, Vol 65 (3), pp. 531-542.
  • Giesy JP, Anderson JC, Wiseman SB. Alberta oil sands development. PNAS, Vol 107(3)951-952.
  • Hall R, Wolfe BB, Wiklund JA, Edwards TWD, Farwell AJ, Dixon DG. Has Alberta Oil Sands Development Altered Delivery of Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds to the Peace-Athabasca Delta? PLOS ONE Sept 2012 Vol 7; Issue 9:e46089.

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