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Managing the Cumulative Impacts of Land Uses in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin: A Modeling Approach Ecology and Society
Schneider, Richard, R.; Ministik Environmental Consulting; rschneid@icrossroads.com; Stelfox, J. Brad; Forem Technologies; bstelfox@telusplanet.net; Boutin, Stan; Department of Biological Sciences, University of Alberta; Stan.Boutin@ualberta.ca; Wasel, Shawn; Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries Inc.; waselsh@alpac.ca.
This case study from northeastern Alberta, Canada, demonstrates a fundamentally different approach to forest management in which stakeholders balance conservation and economic objectives by weighing current management options from the point of view of their long-term effects on the forest. ALCES®, a landscape-scale simulation model, is used to quantify the effects of the current regulatory framework and typical industrial practices on a suite of ecological and economic indicators over the next 100 yr. These simulations suggest that, if current practices continue, the combined activities of the energy and forestry industries in our 59,000 km2 study area will cause the density of edge of human origin to increase from 1.8 km/km 2 to a maximum of...
Tipo: Peer-Reviewed Reports Palavras-chave: Alberta; Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin; Boreal forest; Cumulative industrial impacts; Forestry industry; Integrated resource management; Petroleum industry; Simulation model.
Ano: 2003
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Scenarios are Plausible Stories about the Future, not Forecasts Ecology and Society
Schneider, Richard R.; Ministik Environmental Consulting; contact@borealcentre.ca; Boutin, Stan; Department of Biological Sciences, University of Alberta; Stan.Boutin@ualberta.ca; Stelfox, J. Brad; Forem Technologies; bstelfox@telusplanet.net; Wasel, Shawn; Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries Inc.; waselsh@alpac.ca.
Tipo: Peer-Reviewed Response Palavras-chave: Alberta; Boreal forest; Cumulative industrial impacts; Forestry industry; Integrated resource management; Petroleum industry; Simulation model; Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin.
Ano: 2007
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Transparencia de los ingresos y pagos en las industrias extractivas AgEcon
Kuramoto, Juana R..
El aumento de la inversión en industrias extractivas durante los noventa generó importantes beneficios macroeconómicos para el país. Sin embargo, éstos no han logrado traducirse en un mayor desarrollo y bienestar económico de las regiones y localidades. Esta situación, que se repite en casi todos los países dependientes de recursos naturales, ha desenterrado la idea de que contar con una dotación importante de recursos termina siendo una maldición. Afortunadamente, diferentes estudios señalan que este escaso impacto en el desarrollo se debe más bien al mal uso de los ingresos generados por las industrias extractivas. Frente a esto, varios organismos e instituciones internacionales han lanzado campañas para promover la transparencia de los ingresos...
Tipo: Working or Discussion Paper Palavras-chave: Empresas mineras; Industria petrolera; Gas natural; Ingresos fiscales; Control fiscal; Regulación económica; Aspectos legales; Perú; Mining companies; Petroleum industry; Natural gas; Tax revenues; Tax control; Economic regulation; Legal aspects; Peru; Industrial Organization; Production Economics.
Ano: 2007 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/37693
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