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Terrain sensitivity, Mackenzie Valley and northern Yukon.

Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs.

Terrain sensitivity, Mackenzie Valley and northern Yukon.

by Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs.

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Published by Indian and Northern Affairs in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Landforms -- Mackenzie River Valley.,
  • Vegetation and climate.

  • Edition Notes

    6

    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 folder : maps ; 28 cm.
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22125020M

    Get this from a library! Vegetation of the northern Yukon Territory. [Loren Hettinger; Arnold Janz; Ross Wallace Wein; Northern Engineering Services Company.; Canadian Arctic Gas Study Limited.; Alaskan Arctic Gas Study Company.] -- Report of terrestrial plant ecology study to classify the landscape of the northern Yukon into ecologically significant vegetation-terrain units. The Thermal State of Permafrost in Canada – Results from the International Polar Year Sharon L. Smith 1, Antoni G. Lewkowicz 2, Christopher R. Burn 3, Michel Allard 4 & Jennifer Throop 2 1Geological Survey of Canada, Natural Resources Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada 2Department of Geography, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada 3Department of Geography and Environmental Studies File Size: 4MB.

    MacKenzie Delta Task Force report no. 2 by Mackenzie Delta Task Force (Book) Most widely held works by Arctic Land Use Research Program (Canada) Wildlife and wildlife habitat in the Great Slave and Great Bear Lake Regions, by Roy Jacobson (Book). One of the most prominent features on gravity and magnetic maps of North America is the Midcontinent Rift (MCR), composed of an extensive band of buried igneous and sedimentary rocks that outcrop near Lake Superior ().To the south, the rift is deeply buried by younger sediments but is easily traced because the igneous rocks are dense and highly magnetized (King and Zietz, ; Hinze et al Cited by:

    The Dene were spread across an immense terrain of land to the north that stretched from the Alaska coast extending through Yukon territory and beyond the Mackenzie Delta region in the Arctic Circle and almost reaching the Hudson Bay in the east.   Present work on the impacts of climate change by the author is centred on the Mackenzie Valley, and this region is used as a setting to illustrate the types of impacts that may occur. Terrain evaluation with respect to pipeline Google Scholar. Hunt, A.D., MacNabe, G.M., Terer, J.S. (). Mackenzie Valley and Northern Yukon Pipelines Author: Stephen Lonergan, Kathy Young.


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