ABMI Science Letters - Past Issues
The goal of the ABMI Science Letters—a journal-like publication designed with your interests in mind—is to share the methodology and results of our latest scientific endeavours. Each Science Letter focuses on a specific project and describes key results that are relevant to organizations or individuals engaged in biodiversity monitoring. Although each Science Letter focuses on the Alberta context, the methodologies and analyses could apply to any jurisdiction.
The ABMI also publishes Science in Progress, which is intended to quickly share the methodology and results of work that is still evolving.
- 03/21/2017 - ABMI Science Letter #7: Amount and Distribution of Human-created Habitat Edge in Alberta
- 12/02/2016 - ABMI Science Letter #6: Gap Analysis of Parks and Protected Areas in the Boreal Region of Alberta
- 10/21/2016 - ABMI Science Letter #5: Effects of Industrial Sectors on Species Abundance in Alberta
- 11/03/2016 - ABMI Science Letter #4: Distribution & Abundance of Non-Native Plants in Alberta
- 05/20/2015 - ABMI Science Letter #3: Factors Affecting Nutrient Variation in Alberta Prairie Wetlands
- 02/11/2015 - ABMI Science Letter #2: What Explains Variation of Prairie Species in Alberta?
- 12/19/2014 - ABMI Science Letter #1: Human Footprint in Alberta