Canadian Geographic Contributors
Articles to which Allan Casey has contributed (14)
Hope for the Saskatchewan River Delta?
In a world where water is an increasingly precious commodity, what does the future hold for the Saskatchewan River Delta, one of the country’s most important wetlands?
Article ID#: 3623
Environmental Scientist of the Year Award 2011
Monique Dubé gets out of the lab to help Canadians see big-picture changes to their watersheds
Source: Canadian Geographic, June 2011
Article ID#: 2372
Canadian trees repopulate England’s lost forests
Crews of Canucks planting Sitka spruce and Douglas fir are turning British forestry on its head
Article ID#: 186
The drying South Saskatchewan River
In the last century the flow of the river has dropped by 12 percent. Can the South Saskatchewan River be saved?
Article ID#: 42
Source: Canadian Geographic Travel
, May 2010
Article ID#: 1250
The lost Eden of Okanagan
Vineyards are replacing orchards, recreation is replacing ranching and retirees are replacing rattlesnakes in the arid ponderosa hills of the Okanagan Valley
Article ID#: 357
Voices: The biologist
Source: Canadian Geographic, June 2008
Article ID#: 400
Deep under Weyburn,Sask., carbon dioxide is being pumped into the Earth instead of into the atmosphere.Could the project be a remedy for climate change?
Article ID#: 446
Burying the problem
In the search for the best solutions for reducing carbon dioxide emissions, carbon capture and storage (CCS) — capturing the greenhouse gas and injecting into the ground instead of the atmosphere — is one of the most promising
Article ID#: 447
Over 30 years, Lake Winnipeg has developed the worst algae problem of any major lake in the world. So why is science so late in coming to the rescue?
Article ID#: 643
The sea song of a Saskatoon boatbuilder
Article ID#: 688
Feeding the world from an ancient seabed
Article ID#: 943