Pier Scour on the South Saskatchewan River

A Diffusion-Type Adsorption Batch Test Method for Determination of Benzene Adsorption on Regina Clay

Arsenic Removal by Manganese Greensand Filters
Some of the small communities in Saskatchewan are expected to have difficulty complying with the new maximum acceptable concentration (MAC) of 25 μg/L for arsenic. A test column was set...

Pier Scour on the South Saskatchewan River
A continuing program to measure river bed scour near bridge piers and abutments on the Alberta rivers has been on going for over thirty years. The objectives are to verify the existing...

The Design and Development of A Road/Rail Power Unit
The road/rail power unit was designed and developed by Saskatchewan Highways and Transportation to provide low cost motive power on low-density disconnected rail lines. The power unit...

Peat Filtration for Oil Removal
An investigation was carried out to assess the potential of horticultural peat produced in Saskatchewan as a filter medium in treating five oil-in-water emulsions (standard mineral oil,...

Economic Trade-Off between Hydropower and Other Competing Water Uses: A Case of Coteau Creek Station
Using the Coteau Creek hydropower generating station in Saskatchewan as a case study, economic trade-offs between water used for hydropower generation, and irrigation and recreational...

Lateral Movements and Material Properties of a Potash Tailings Pile in Saskatchewan Canada

The Effects of Brine Contamination on the Properties of Fine Grained Soils
Laboratory tests have been performed to investigate the effects of brine contamination on grain size distribution, relative density, liquid and plastic limits, hydraulic conductivity,...

Crown Corporation Approach to Watershed Management
On July 1, 1984, the Government of Saskatchewan proclaimed the Water Corporation Act. The Act formed the legislative basis for the newly formed Saskatchewan Water Corporation and ushered...

Hydrologic Generating Model Selection
When modeling seasonal river flows for generating possible flow sequences for use in reservoir design, it is often necessary to first invoke a deterministic transformation to remove seasonality...

Sediment Transport and Delta Formation
Sedimentation computations carried out in connection with dike design for Saskatchewan Delta Reclamation Project; description of regime of Saskatchewan River and of Saskatchewan Delta;...

Regulation of Pipeline Design and Construction: Progress Report No.2 of the Task Committee on Investigation of the Problems Involved in Regulation of Pipeline Design and Construction by Various Governmental Agencies of the Committee on Pipeline Design, Specifications and Operating Standards of the Pipeline Division
Development of Canadian oil and gas has resulted in regulation of pipeline design and construction by the provinces of Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba and Saskatchewan. These regulations,...

Studies of the Brearpaw Shale at a Damsite in Saskatchewan
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