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Apr 16, 2017

Soil Losses means loss of jobs

As human beings, our job is to preserve our topsoil. The loss of topsoil, however it happens, causes problematic changes in human and animal habitation.

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Apr 12, 2017

Educate our Kindergartners and Primary school children for Sustainability.

Thank you for showing all of the ideas and groups involved within this serious issue, but one group that has been left out are children who are 12 and

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Apr 12, 2017

Twister = Oz's Power - I respect both movies, now!

This movie captured the danger of a twister of any size. I was at a Jellystone campground on a sunny day and witnessed a waterspout-like dust devil strip

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Apr 12, 2017

Lack of care for our neighbors' well-being = Global Warming

Though the good title is broad, it comes from my personal experience of picking up litter at public parks in a very affluent town in the Midwest. Many

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Apr 11, 2017

Canadas Climate | Have You Ever Been Here?

Layout of Canadas climate and the regions air masses occupy. Major cities listed here also.

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Apr 11, 2017

Environmental Jobs: Find yours here

Find out a bit about environmental jobs here. Definitions of environmental occupations and examples of what they include.

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Mar 25, 2017

Natural Gas Leak Detection: Does YOUR Facility Need it?

Industries, especially those in the energy sector, need to have a natural gas leak detection program in place if they want to be environmentally conscious. In many cases the law requires it.

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Mar 21, 2017

Environmental Impact Assessment: What Air Quality work needs to be Done?

Industrial development requires extensive research before going ahead. This preliminary work would include market and economic analyses, an environmental impact assessment and several other reports.

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Mar 19, 2017

AERMOD Air Quality Modelling in Alberta

Which air quality model is best for most Alberta Air Quality Model Guideline regulatory modelling? AERMOD. It's easy, versatile and recognized. Let us show you.

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Apr 04, 2016

Attached air compressor !

Attach a small air compressor to a rear wheel to refill the tank, it would have to be smaller so it would turn with ease and not over power the cars air

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Feb 18, 2016

Air Quality Modelling for your Facility

Air Quality Modelling for industrial sources in Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan

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Apr 28, 2015

Doppler Radar Weather: What's so special about it?

When we see Doppler radar weather pictures, we see air information not found elsewhere. How does it work?

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Apr 06, 2015

Welcome to day 2 of springtime in Alberta.

1 week ago I was counting blades of grass on my front yard, now I'm counting feet of snow. Ugh! We were suppose to get 5-10 cm of snow but were over 30

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Apr 02, 2015

Whiskey Jacks at Arrow River

My grandson Brody with a Whiskey Jack at their camp on Arrow River, Ontario west of Thunder Bay. Barry's Response - Well, looks like a good time, Janice.

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Mar 23, 2015

Cancer cost by diesel fuel or fossil fuel if you will and gasoline

People can disagree with you on global warming but where is all this cancer coming from? Why is the body coming to so much? Business men, many have

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Mar 18, 2015

Part of Earth That is Not Hit by The Sun

The shape of the Earth is Oblate Spheroid. There is a spot in the northern hemisphere that is not hit by the sun. This is because of the tilt of the Earth.

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Mar 13, 2015

The Global Warming Myth

If carbon dioxide is causing warming of the planet, very slightly, then what a good thing that is. Let's rejoice in the fact. People in higher latitudes,

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Mar 02, 2015

funnel cloud

Funnel cloud north of Woodstock New Brunswick. Barry's Response - Lovely Hartland. Never been there myself...maybe someday. You will find it on the

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Feb 27, 2015

Global Warming--Man-caused or Natural Cycle?

Global warming is demonstrably true; however, while man's activities undoubtedly contribute to it, just how much is debatable. The rise in CO2 in some

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Feb 25, 2015


3D unsteady state Eulerian type model with convection. There is the equation that was solved (description is in polish :)

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