The best way to track the environmental impact of something like the Tar Sands project is to follow companies in the know, who have the resources and ability to track and distribute the information, along with the drive. However, for the interested and amateur tracker, your best bet is to track climate patterns and riverflow, not to mention illnesses within the local populace. Because mining tends to release chemicals that are water soluble into th eenvironment, you can use this indicators, combined with an active interest in finding out where there has been acid rain, in order to see a full range of effects. Watch for a rise in chemical sickness in the local populace and surrounding areas that could indicate pollutants have seeped into groundwater, or in nearby areas means its being evaporated. Or follow official sources as best you can.
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