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ARC 2005 Annual Report

CANiCAP Final Report, 2005

Capturing Canada's Natural Advantage

iCORE Annual Research Report 2005

iCORE Performance Measures 2005

iCORE Year in Review 2004-2005

A. K. Singhal, S. J. Springer and A. T. Turta, “Screening Criteria for Infill Drilling in Water Flood Operations”, CIPC 2005-117, accepted for publication by JCPT.

A. N. Cavallaro, Repsol-YPF; S. Sim, A. K. Singhal, and D. Fisher, Alberta Research Council, G. R. Galliano, Repsol-YPF, “Laboratory Investigation of an Innovative Solvent Based Insitu Upgrading and Concurrent Enhanced Oil Recovery Technique”, Paper 2005-016, presented at the Sixth CIPC, Calgary, June 2005.

A. Turta and A. K. Singhal, "Insights on the Design of Field Foam Projects", Technology Bank on-line, Petroleum Society, 2005.

Bradbury, S.M. 2005. The Post-Fire Bryophyte Community and its Response to Salvage Logging. Alberta Research Council Inc., Vegreville, Alberta. 22 pp.

Comparison of Numerical Simulators for Greenhouse Gas Sequestration in Coalbeds, Part IV: History Match of Field Micro-Pilot Data, D.H.-S. Law, L.G.H. van der Meer and W.D. Gunter, Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies: Volume II-Part II, M. Wilson, T. Morris, J. Gale & K. Thambimuthu (Eds.), Elsevier Ltd., 2239-2242 (2005)

Eaton, B.R., C.A. Paszkowski, K. Kristensen, and M. Hiltz. 2005. Life history variation among populations of Canadian Toads in Alberta, Canada. Canadian Journal of Zoology 83: 1421-1430.

Eaton, B. R., W. M. Tonn, C. A. Paszkowski, A. J. Danylchuk, and S. M. Boss. 2005. Indirect effects of fish winterkills on amphibian populations in boreal lakes. Canadian Journal of Zoology 83: 1532-1539.

Eaton, B. 2005. Report on Tests of Aquatic Sampling Protocols, Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Program. Alberta Research Council Inc., Vegreville, Alberta.

Fisher, J.T., C. Twitchell, W. Barney, E. Jenson, and J. Sharpe. 2005. Utilizing behavioral biophysics to mitigate mortality of snared endangered Newfoundland marten. Journal of Wildlife Management 69(4): 1743-1746.

Fisher, J.T. 2005. The Alberta Wolverine Experimental Monitoring Project: 2004-2005 Annual Report. Alberta Research Council Inc., Vegreville, Alberta.

Fisher, J.T., and L. Wilkinson. 2005. The mammalian response to forest fire and timber harvesting in the North American boreal forest. Mammal Review 35(1): 51-81.

Fisher, J.T., S. Boutin, and S.J. Hannon. 2005. The protean relationship between boreal forest landscape structure and red squirrel distribution at multiple spatial scales. Landscape Ecology 20: 73-82.

Geological Storage of CO2: Time Frames, Monitoring and Validation of Technology, Rick Chalaturnyk and W.D. Gunter, Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies, Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies: Volume I, E.S. Rubin, D.W. Keith & C.F. Gilboy (Eds.), Elsevier Ltd., 623-631 (2005)

L. Mohammed-Singh and A. K. Singhal, “Lessons From Trinidad’s CO2 Immiscible Pilot Projects, 1973-2003”, SPEREE, pp. 397-403, October 2005.

Monitoring of Fluid-Rock Interaction and CO2 Storage through Produced Fluid Sampling at the Weyburn CO2-Injection Enhanced Oil Recovery Site, Saskatchewan, Canada, S. Emberley, I. Hutcheon, M. Shevalier, K. Durocher, B. Mayer, W.D. Gunter, and E.H. Perkins, Applied Geochemistry 20, 1131-1157 (2005)

Roy, L.D., C. Twitchell, and M. Hiltz. 2005. Factors Influencing the Effectiveness of Breakaway Snares to Capture Coyotes and Release Deer in Alberta. Alberta Research Council Inc., Vegreville, Alberta.

Smyth, C., J. Schieck, S. Boutin, and S. Wasel. 2005. Influence of stand size on pattern of live trees in mixedwood landscapes following wildfire. Forestry Chronicle 81:125-132

S. S. K. Sim, K. Takabayashi, K. Okatsu and D. B. Fisher, “Asphaltene Induced Formation Damage: Effect of Asphaltene Particle Size and Core Permeability”, SPE 95515, presented at the 2005 SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, Dallas, Texas, U.S.A., October 2005.

The CANiCAP Program: Planning Options for Technology and Knowledge Base Development for the Implementation of Carbon Capture and Transportation Research, Development and Deployment in Canada, W.D. Gunter, Bob Mitchell, I. Potter, Brent Lakeman and Sam Wong, 122 pages, (2005)

Wheatley, M.T., J.T. Fisher, K.W. Larsen, J. Litke, and S. Boutin. 2005. Using GIS to relate small mammal abundance and landscape structure at multiple spatial extents: Northern flying squirrels in Alberta, Canada. Journal of Applied Ecology 42: 577-586.