Publication Archive

Irishtown High School Lab Manual – 2009

PWA put together a manual that engages students at the high-school level and create a concern or interest in their local environment.
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Irishtown Middle School Lab Manual – 2009

PWA put together a manual that engages students at the middle-school level and create a concern or interest in their local environment.
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Indicator Report – 2008

PWA hopes to increase public awareness on the health of the Petitcodiac Watershed. Seven environmental indicators have been used to assess the health of the Petitcodiac Watershed.
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Jonathan Creek Culvert Inventory – 2007

The following report evaluates the state of fish passage and habitat fragmentation caused by the culverts located along Jonathan Creek (Moncton, NB, Canada).
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Mapleton Park Stream Habitat Assessment – 2005

A detailed stream habitat assessment of the streams running through the North-East corner of Mapleton Park was conducted by PWMG staff during the period of July and August 2005.
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Rabbit Brook Habitat Assessment – 2005

In September 2005, PWMG was hired by the City of Moncton Engineering Department to conduct end-pipe sampling where Plaza Blvd. and Rabbit Brook intersect. Rabbit brook is highly influenced by urbanization and its upper reaches have been piped extensively.
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State of Jonathan Creek – 2005

As a result of rapid land development along a major portion of the Creek, the water is often observed to be turbid (i.e. cloudy) and brown.
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Stream Fencing Report – 2004

Within the Petitcodiac watershed, like other watersheds in New-Brunswick, there are numerous impacts on our rivers and streams. For example, urbanization, forestry and agriculture all have certain impacts on our water resources.
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Activity Report 2003-2004

Between June 2003 and March 2004, the Petitcodiac Watershed Monitoring Group (PWMG) undertook various projects within the Petitcodiac and Memramcook river watersheds.
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Investigating the effects of combined sewage overflows in the Halls Creek Watershed – 2002

Raw sewage is routinely discharged into several brooks located within the Halls Creek watershed. The release of untreated wastewater into these waterways is a threat to both human health and aquatic life.
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Halls Creek Watershed: A Description of Natural and Human Influences – 2002

In the summer of 2001, The Petitcodiac Riverkeeper and the Petitcodiac Watershed Monitoring Group launched the Halls Creek Rehabilitation project whose aim was to produce an assessment of the Halls Creek Watershed’s healthand a basis for rehabilitation projects to follow.
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Summary of Water Quality Analysis – 2001

The Petitcodiac River is located in Southeastern New Brunswick. It has a drainage basin area of 1999 km2, and is home to approximately 120 000 people, most of whom live in the Greater Moncton area.
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Memramcook Water Quality Report – 1997-2002

The Memramcook river watershed is located in Southeastern New Brunswick. It has a total drainage area of 400 km2 and is characterized by its rural aspect. This area is home to 6000 people, most of whom live in Memramcook (4700 inhabitants).
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Hydrological and Water Quality Assessment, Petitcodiac Watershed – 2000

The Petitcodiac River is located in Southeastern New Brunswick. It has a drainage basin area of 1999 km2, which is home to approximately 120 000 people, most of whom live in the Greater Moncton area.
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Petitcodiac Water Classification Report – 1997-2002

The summation of this report is the result of 4 years of study relating to the water quality found within the Petitcodiac River watershed. Like the environment that we live in, this is a living document.
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