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Ecology of the Canadian Arctic archipelago

Ecology of the Canadian Arctic archipelago

selected references

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

    Places:
  • Arctic Archipelago (Nunavut and N.W.T.)
    • Subjects:
    • Ecology -- Arctic Archipelago (Nunavut and N.W.T.) -- Abstracts.,
    • Ecology -- Arctic Archipelago (Nunavut and N.W.T.) -- Bibliography.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes indexes.

      Statementannotated by N. Merle Peterson.
      SeriesNorth of 60, IAND publication] ;, no. QS-1572-040-EE-A-1
      ContributionsPeterson, N. Merle.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQH106 .E28
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv. ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4590080M
      LC Control Number77352194

      Eastern part of the Canadian Arctic Islands. Resolute Bay is the main town, population around Geography. Visiting the highest Polar region of Northern Canada is a privilege only very few people have and most are scientists. Title. Canada's missing dimension: science and history in the Canadian Arctic Islands / By. Harington, C. R. (Charles Richard), Type.

      For this report the Canadian Arctic (Fig. 1) is considered to include all the main- land shoreline lying between Cape Chidley (60'25'N., 64'25'W.) and the Yukon- Alaska border (69'40'N., "OO'W.). Northward from these two points in a rough triangle is the Canadian Arctic Archipelago of over 70 islands.   According to the Canadian Ice Service, ice coverage in the eastern half of the Archipelago decreased by 15 percent between and , and in some parts of the Western Arctic it shrank by a startling 36 percent.

      Migration occurs when key aspects of the life cycle such as growth, reproduction, or maintenance cannot all be completed in one location. The Arctic habitats are variable and Arctic species are often migratory. The predictable nature of migrations in both space and time allow Arctic people to harvest fishes and marine mammals. We describe migratory/dispersal behavior in four types of Author: Ross F. Tallman, Steven H. Ferguson, Les N. Harris, Kevin J. Hedges, Kimberly J. Howland, Nigel E. H. Arts, entertainment, and media. Moor, a Pakistani drama by Jamshed Mehmood; Berber the Moor, a character in The Bastard Executioner; The Moor, the fourth book in Mary Russell detective series by Laurie R. King "The Moor" (The Borgias), a episode of the television series The BorgiasThe Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice, a tragedy by William .


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of Defense. – Arctic Bibliography. Montreal: McGill-Queen's Press. Vols. 1– Peterson NM. – Ecology of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago: Selected References. Vol 1–5. Ottawa: Department of Indian and Northern Affairs. Ecology. Bliss LC, ed. Get this from a library.

Flora of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. [S G Aiken; Canadian Museum of Nature.; National Research Council Canada.;] -- "This CD contains a comprehensive guide to the ferns and flowering plants of the Canadian Arctic Islands, featuring detailed morphological descriptions, distribution maps, notes on taxonomy.

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Mention may also be made of the arctic mountains of the Queen Elizabeth Islands of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago (north of 74° NL to nearly 83° 7′ NL), within kilometres of the North Pole ().

Some of these mountains in the Archipelago attain elevations of min the east, in the northern Ellesmere Is. and Central Axel Heiberg : M. Mani. He claimed that all Canadian Arctic Archipelago material belongs to the well-marked variety (var.

tetrandrum), having only four stamens and smaller and more rounded leaves with fewer crenations. Porsild () used the name C.

tetrandrum and noted that the number of stamens in Canadian Arctic material is usually 4, but not uncommonly 6 or 8. A major contribution to our initial understanding of the origin, history and biogeography of the present‐day arctic flora was made by Eric Hultén in his landmark book Outline of the History of Arctic and Boreal Biota during the Quarternary Period, published in Here we review recent molecular and fossil evidence that has tested some of Hultén's by: The Canadian Arctic Archipelago (CAA), which represents ∼20% of the total shelf area in the Arctic (Jakobsson,Jakobsson, ) is ideally located to better understand the nature of this thermal gradient because it connects the western and the eastern part of the Arctic Ocean.

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