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River Image Gallery

The images found in this gallery are found throughout the pages on this website related to the Athabasca River region.

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Source: Hatfield Consultants 2008
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The Athabasca River.
Source: Hatfield Consultants 2008
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The Athabasca River basin.
Source: Hatfield Consultants 2008
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The Athabasca River originates in the Rocky Mountains, near Jasper.
Source: ŠiStockphoto 2008
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The Athabasca Glacier in the Columbia Icefield (Jasper National Park).
Source: Ben Bell
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The upper reaches of the Athabasca River basin.
Source: Hatfield Consultants
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The boreal forest of Alberta.
Source: Hatfield Consultants 2008
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The middle reaches of the Athabasca River basin.
Source: Hatfield Consultants
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The Athabasca River downstream of its confluence with the Muskeg River.
Source: Keith 2007
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The lower reaches of the Athabasca River basin.
Source: Hatfield Consultants
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Source: Elser 2008
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A three-dimensional trilobite fossil.
Source: Yannick Trottier
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An open-pit mine in the Athabasca oil sands region.
Source: Suncor Energy
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Simplified geology of the McMurray Formation in the lower Athabasca region.
Source: Conly et al. 2002 (after Green 1972)
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East-West geological cross-section of the Athabasca oil sands region.
Source: Conly et al. 2002
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A satellite image of the Peace-Athabasca Delta and Lake Athabasca from 2007. The Athabasca River is visible at the bottom of the image, while the Peace and Slave rivers are visible at the top of the image.
Source: Landsat-5 TM image from the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)
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Athabasca Delta
Source: Hatfield Consultants 2008
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A Landsat Mosaic image of Lake Athabasca (in the top right corner) and the region to the south.
Source: Global Land Cover Facility.
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Sand dunes in the Athabasca Dunes Ecological Reserve.
Source: Government of Alberta.
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The Athabasca Delta provides nesting habitat for the last remaining wild migratory flock of whooping cranes in the world.
Source: International Crane Foundation, Baraboo, Wisconsin
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