File consists of a project proposal titled "Fisheries Survey: Ghost River to [Waiparous] Creek," which was submitted to the Province of Alberta's Buck for Wildlife Program by the Environmental Technology Program at Mount Royal College's Department of Chemical and Biological Science. Ray Sloan was the proposal's author and the contact person.
File documents Mount Royal College's Department of Chemical, Biological & Environmental Sciences' efforts to have their Diploma in Environmental Technology receive accreditation from the Alberta Society of Engineering Technologists (ASET) and the Canadian Technology Accreditation Board. File mainly consists of correspondence and memoranda.
Item is a progress report about a fisheries management program that Ray Sloan managed, and which was funded by an Alberta Environmental Protection Fisheries Management Enhancement Grant. The report consists of a summary of the researchers' preliminary findings and field data.
File consists of a project submission written by Ray Sloan for the Alberta Environmental Protection Fisheries Management Enhancement Grant Program. The submission requested that funding for the Ware/Treepoint Creek Project (a previous fisheries management project Ray Sloan had been working on) continue and that a base-line study of fisheries, benthic invertebrates, and in-stream/riparian habitat on Pekisko Creek be initiated.
File contains documents, photographs, sound recording, and maps related to Ray Sloan's work with the Fisheries Management Enhancement Program project in the Ghost River/Waiparous watershed in 1995-1996.
CD-ROM contains documents related to Ray Sloan's work on the Ghost River and Waiparous Creek in 1995-1996. The objective of the study that the documents relate to was to initiate a baseline inventory of the fisheries potential of tributaries to the Ghost River and Waiparous Creek. Throughout the study, fisheries and habitat data was gathered to be analyzed in order to provide recommendations relating to stream rehabilitation and fisheries enhancement/management programs that were being considered by the Alberta Fish and Wildlife Division. See general note for further information about the study's objectives.
Fonds reflects Ray Sloan's work as a faculty member in the Department of Chemical and Biological Sciences at Mount Royal College, specifically his involvement with the development of the Applied Environmental Technology and Occupational Hygiene Technology programs. The fonds also documents a fisheries inventory project that Sloan conducted in the Ghost River/Waiparous watershed.