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This report summarizes up to 39 years of plant community development trends on Syncrude's reclaimed mine sites near Fort McMurray, Alberta. These trends are contrasted with a target condition, defined here as the Natural Range of Variability for species composition on older (60+ yrs) closed canopy forests having similar mesic and sub-mesic site conditions within 200 km of the mine sites. The primary outcome of the study is that patterns of plant community change on reclaimed sites aredoi:10.7939/r3-z5p5-3j36 fatcat:3fw47ias45bvjhjswcbigynl7u