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Enterra Lite Summary
This section provides information on the environmental setting.
Latitude: 50.918, Longitude: -111.897
The buffer intersects the following green and white areas:
- White Area - GLC_W
Watersheds and Drainage
The buffer intersects the following 1 watershed region(s):
This section provides details regarding the composition of soil according to the Agricultural Region of Alberta Soil Inventory Database (AGRASID).
|ZWA||MISC.WATER||- .-||Area Ponding||None|
Alberta Conservation Information Management System
This section includes data from the Alberta Conservation Information Management System (ACIMS). Data includes: sensitive and non-sensitive species, whether the location intersects crown reservations or protected areas, and the natural region/subregion of the location.
The location is not in the vicinity of a protected area.
The location is not in the vicinity of any crown reservations area.
|Common Name||Scientific Name|
|slender mouse-ear-cress||Halimolobos virgata|
No non-sensitive species have been identified in this area.
Environmentally Significant Areas
This section describes if any ESA's are located within 1500 m of the location.
The following seven criteria were selected to identify and define ESAs in the province of Alberta:
Criterion 1: Areas that contain elements of conservation concern.
Criterion 2: Areas that contain rare or unique landforms.
Criterion 3: Areas that contain habitat for focal species.
Criterion 4: Areas that contain important wildlife habitat.
Criterion 5: Riparian areas.
Criterion 6: Large natural areas.
Criterion 7: Sites of recognized significance.
For full details on the selection of environmentally significant areas, refer to the full report.
This section provides information on water wells that exist within a 1600 m radius of the location.
Note to users: When the exact geographic location of a water well is not available the centre of the section is used. This means that several wells may have coordinates for the same location, but actually be at different locations in the field.
|Well ID||Location||Drilling Company||Date Completed||Depth
|Type of Work||Well Use||Well Owner||Static Level
|166742||NW-32-022-14-W4||M&M DRILLING CO. LTD.||50.000000||New Well||Stock||BOGI, MIKE|
|180300||NE-33-022-14-W4||SPENCE, J.P.||50.000000||New Well||Stock||BOGI, MIKE|
|258112||12-33-022-14-W4||M&M DRILLING CO. LTD.||300.000000||Test Hole-Abandoned||Domestic||BOGI, MIKE|
This section lists the sensitive wildlife ranges in the project area.
The location specified intersects the ranges for the following key wildlife species:
- Prairie Falcon
- Burrowing Owl
- Golden Eagle
- Ferruginous Hawk
- Sharp-tailed Grouse
- Sensitive Snake
- Sensitive Amphibian
Alberta Historic Resources
This section provides historic resources values that can be used to determine whether the location requires clearance under the Alberta Historical Resources Act
Note to users: Depending on your specific industry type, the absence of a Historical Resource Value may not mean that your project does not require clearance under the Historical Resources Act. To determine the application requirements for your industry type, please review the Listing of Historic Resources Instructions for Use or contact Alberta Culture .
Each land parcel in the Listing has been assigned an HRV ranging from 1 to 5. The highest level of protection (HRV 1) is afforded to lands that have been designated under the Act as Provincial Historic Resources. An HRV of 1 is also used to identify World Heritage Sites and lands owned by ACCS for historic resource protection and promotion purposes. Other HRVs are defined as follows:
HRV 2: designated under the Act as a Municipal or Registered Historic Resource
HRV 3: contains a significant historic resource that will likely require avoidance
HRV 4: contains a historic resource that may require avoidance
HRV 5: believed to contain a historic resource
|ATS||LSD||Historic Resource Value||Category|
Code of Practice: Water Bodies and Restricted Activity Periods
This section shows the management areas and restricted activity periods for class A, B, and C water bodies in Alberta within a 2000 m radius of the location.
Class C Water Bodies
Class C water bodies have been identified in the following management areas with the following restricted access periods:
- Brooks: April 16 through August 15
- Brooks: April 16 through June 30
Aerial Photographs can be accessed using the Aerial Photographic Record System (APRS). Links to the files containing the flight index maps of the various air photo projects for each ATS section can be accessed below.
AER Spill Data
Includes spill reports.
Important Bird Areas
Canada’s Important Bird Areas Program is a science-based initiative to identify, conserve, and monitor a network of sites that provide essential habitat for Canada’s bird populations.
See http://www.ibacanada.ca/ for more details.
The buffer does not intersect any important bird areas.