The Alberta Environmental Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting Agency (AEMERA) recently launched their new and user-friendly website, aemera.org.
The website provides insight to the environmental research and monitoring projects being conducted in Alberta by AEMERA and its collaborating organizations. Topics are wide ranging; from ‘biodiversity’ and ‘air’, to ‘citizen science’ and ‘indigenous relations’. Each entry provides details of the research objectives and budget, and study’s results and findings.
Projects related to water quality and quantity include wild fish health monitoring in the lower Athabasca Region and groundwater/surface water interactions testing in MacKay River.
Other interesting resources include: links to Reports, Publications, Standards and Protocols; a list of employment opportunities at AEMERA, as well as fun, research-related blog postings.
This informative and well-presented website has appeal for many audiences. We encourage you to check it out!
AEMERA is Alberta’s arm’s length organization responsible for evaluating and notifying the public on the status of Alberta’s key ambient air, water, land and biodiversity indicators.
Click on the following links for more information:
Image and Logo Credit: AEMERA Website Homepage, aemera.org. Sourced October 13, 2015