Alberta Energy and Natural Resources, Resource Evaluation and Planning Division. Big Bend Sub-Regional Integrated Resource Plan. Edmonton: Alberta Energy and Natural Resources, 1985. Agriculture, recreation, tourism, logging, hunting and mining plans for provincial lands located between Athabasca and Slave Lake.

Alberta Energy and Natural Resources, Resource Evaluation and Planning Division. Resource Development Opportunities in Northern Alberta. Edmonton: Alberta Energy and Natural Resources, 1985. ENR Technical Report Number T/88. An overview of statistics on socio-economics, transportation, forest resources, agriculture, petroleum and natural gas, oil sands, coal, fish and wildlife, water, and recreation for the northern half of the province.

Alberta, Government of. A Policy for Resource Management of the Eastern Slopes. Edmonton: Government of Alberta, revised 1984. ENR number T/38, ISBN 0-86499-067-7. Land use plans for the upper Athabasca River, around Hinton, are described.

Cairns, John Jr., editor. Ecoaccidents. New York: Plenum Press, 1985. A NATO conference that reviews four case histories on ecological accidents, and outlines possible scenarios with oil spills and trichloroethylene.

Cashman, John R. Hazardous Materials Emergencies: Response and Control. Lancaster, PA.: Technomic, 1986. Includes chapters on: public safety organizations, industrial response teams, commercial response organizations, training concerns, tools, and case histories of accidents.

DePol, Dennis R. Emergency Response to Hazardous Materials Incidents. Lancaster, PA.: Technomic, 1984. Includes contingency planning, evacuation, emergency procedures, and emergency equipment. American rules and regulations.

Drabek, Thomas E. Human System Responses to Disaster: An Inventory of Sociological Findings. New York: Springer-Verlag, 1986. Topics include: planning, warning, evacuation, emergency actions, restoration, reconstruction, perceptions of hazards, attitudes and adjustments, and disaster research. A good summary of research findings.

Greenprint for Canada Committee. Greenprint for Canada: A Federal Agenda for the Environment. Ottawa: Greenprint for Canada Committee (111 Sparks Street, 4th Floor, K1P 5B5), 1989. 0.5. An open appeal to the Prime Minister asking for reforms in policies, regulations, and institutions.

HAZTECH Canada Conference Planning Committee. Dangerous Goods and Hazardous Waste Management Conference, Proceedings. Mississauga, Ontario: Canadian Exhibition Management Inc. and Conference Planning Committee, 1988. A mixture of papers on hazardous materials including: spills, emergency response, transportation, detection, risk assessment, and education. Be careful, some of them were trying to sell certain technologies.

Korten, David C. and Rudi Klauss, editors. People-Centered Development: Contributions toward Theory and Planning Frameworks. West Hartford, Connecticut: Kumarian Press, 1984. Essays on development, some of which deal with environmental issues.

Whyte, Anne and Ian Burton. Environmental Risk Assessment. Toronto: John Wiley and Sons, 1980. Published on behalf of the Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment (SCOPE) of the International Council of Scientific Unions (ICSU). A primer on deciding between social benefits and environmental risk. Non-mathematical.

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