The RAMP database is a web-based environmental data management system used to store and access over 2 million records related to RAMP’s on-going monitoring of climate and hydrology, water quality, benthic invertebrate communities, sediment quality, fish populations, and lakes sensitive to acidity. The database is a key tool used by RAMP to identify and evaluate any changes to the aquatic environment in the Athabasca oil sands region and is now available to the public.
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Access RAMP Monitoring Data:
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- Acid Sensitive Lakes
- Benthic Invertebrates
- Climate & Hydrology
- Fish Populations
- Sediment Quality
- Water Quality