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Long-term responses of subarctic woodland vegetation to human-induced disturbance Open Access
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Nature--Effect of human beings on.
White spruce--Canada, Northern.
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University of Alberta
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Farrington, Peter David.
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Department of Geography
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Masters thesis. An investigation to determine whether disturbances associated with the CANOL Project No.1 have resulted in long-term (40 years) alterations to Picea gluaca-dominated subarctic plant communities. Study area was 40 km southwest of Norman Wells at milepost 40 of the CANOL project corridor.
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