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2000 - 2006 Alberta Ingenuity Performance Report

2002 - 2006 Ingenuity Centres Program Highlights

2003 - 2006 Alberta Ingenuity Triennial Report

2005 - 2006 Alberta Ingenuity Annual Report

ARC 2005-06 Annual Report

iCORE Annual Research Report 2006

iCORE Performance Measures 2006

iCORE Year in Review 2005-2006

Study on Identifying Rural Sociological Barriers to Adoption, 2006

A. K. Singhal and S. J. Springer, “Characterization of Reservoir Heterogeneities Based on Performance of Infill Wells in Water Floods”, JCPT, pp. 46-52, July 2006.

A. K. Singhal, “Practical Aspects of IOR in Commingled Production”, Paper 2006-124 (CIPC-2006).

A. T. Turta, J. Goldman, A. K. Singhal and L. Zhao, “Toe-to-Heel Waterflooding. Part II: 3-D Laboratory Test Results”, SPEREE, pp. 202-208, June 2006.

Bradbury, S.M. 2006. Response of the post-fire bryophyte community to salvage logging in boreal mixedwood forests of northeastern Alberta, Canada. Forest Ecology and Management 234 (1-3): 313-322.

Bradbury, S.M., K. Hannah, M. Koivula, E. Macdonald, M. Norton, F. Schmiegelow, S. Song, and J. Spence. 2006. The House River fire salvage-logging project: a synthesis of study design, results and management recommendations. Alberta Research Council Inc, Vegreville, Alberta; Canadian Wildlife Service, Edmonton, Alberta; and Department of Renewable Resources, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta. 13 pp.

Eaton, B. 2006. Assessing Biodiversity Response to Beneficial Management Practices in Alberta: A Field Evaluation of Off-Stream Cattle Watering. Alberta Research Council Inc., Vegreville, Alberta.

Eaton, B. 2006. Ephemeral and Intermittent Streams: are they Important in Maintaining Biodiversity in a Forested Landscape. Interim Report. Alberta Research Council Inc., Vegreville, Alberta.

Eaton, B. 2006. Aquatic Field Data Collection Protocols: Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Program (April 2006). Alberta Research Council Inc., Vegreville, Alberta.

Eaton, B. 2006. Northwest Territories Best Management Practices: Seismic Operations. Final Report. Alberta Research Council Inc., Vegreville, Alberta.

Fisher, J.T., and S.M. Bradbury. 2006. Understorey protection harvest expedites recolonisation of boreal forest stands by North American red squirrels. Forest Ecology and Management 234: 40-47.

MacDonald, S.E., B. Eaton, C.S. Machtans, C. Paszkowski, S. Hannon, and S. Boutin. 2006. Is forest close to lakes ecologically unique? Analysis of vegetation, small mammals, amphibians, and songbirds. Forest Ecology and Management 223: 1-17.

Secondary Porosity and Permeability of Coal vs. Gas Composition and Pressure, M.J. Mavor and W.D. Gunter, SPE Reservoir Evaluation and Engineering, 114-125 (April, 2006)

Schieck, J., and S.J. Song. 2006. Changes in bird communities throughout succession following fire and harvest in boreal forests of western North America: a literature review and meta-analyses. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 36: 1299-1318.