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Current Maps

Maps designed by Anna Garleff, OWC Communications unless otherwise noted.
Cartography by Blair Watke, Alberta Provincial Government

 

                                                                                Designed by Anna Garleff / Created by Jayme Javier

                                                                              Designed by Anna Garleff / Created by Jayme Javier


Food Maps

Maps by Chinook Food Connect


Historical Maps


Climate Maps

    The history of climate in Alberta and effects of climate change on Alberta’s watersheds    Map graphic: Retreat of the Laurentide Ice Sheet (LIS) and Cordilleran Ice Sheets (CIS) from North America at the end of the last glaciation, approximately 16,500 years ago. Source: (Hickin, Lian, Levson, & Cui, 2015)


The history of climate in Alberta and effects of climate change on Alberta’s watersheds

Map graphic: Retreat of the Laurentide Ice Sheet (LIS) and Cordilleran Ice Sheets (CIS) from North America at the end of the last glaciation, approximately 16,500 years ago. Source: (Hickin, Lian, Levson, & Cui, 2015)

 
 
  SEE: Effects of  Changing Climat e, (2014) by  Christine Clark  based on the paper  Climate Change Impacts on Canada’s Prairie Provinces: A Summary of Our State of Knowledge  (2009)

SEE: Effects of  Changing Climate, (2014) by Christine Clark based on the paper Climate Change Impacts on Canada’s Prairie Provinces: A Summary of Our State of Knowledge (2009)


World Maps

 Water Conflict Chronology Map by Pacific Institute   Visit Map

Water Conflict Chronology Map by Pacific Institute

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 Please note Canada has a ranking of 96 out of 168 countries - we are also at risk.  We must also consider how best to share water resources in the upcoming decades.    Visit Article on WRI.com

Please note Canada has a ranking of 96 out of 168 countries - we are also at risk.

We must also consider how best to share water resources in the upcoming decades. 

Visit Article on WRI.com

 
  The human footprint map measures the cumulative impact of direct pressures on nature from human activities. Visit at   http://wcshumanfootprint.org

The human footprint map measures the cumulative impact of direct pressures on nature from human activities. Visit at http://wcshumanfootprint.org