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The Status of Human Footprint in Alberta

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In this report, we take an in-depth look at the status and trend of human footprint throughout Alberta, and broken down by natural region and Land-use Framework planning region. We also present results for two case studies—Athabasca Oil Sands Area and Southern East Slopes. Finally, we spotlight three applications of human footprint data—identifying native habitat, examining effects of industrial sectors on species, and prioritizing linear features for restoration—to demonstrate how ABMI human footprint data can be used to support management.

DOCUMENT TYPE: Status of Biodiversity Reports

SUBJECT AREA: human footprint, monitoring, mapping

TAGS: wall to wall, Alberta, natural regions, land-use planning regions

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