Wilderness and waterpower: how Banff National Park became a hydroelectric storage reservoir
SubjectWater-power—Alberta—Banff National Park—History
Bow River Watershed (Alta.)—Power utilization—History
Reservoirs— Alberta—Banff National Park—History
Wilderness areas—Economic aspects—Alberta—History
Electric power consumption—Alberta—History
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