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Spacing behaviour of breeding buffleheads (Bucephala albeola) on ponds in the southern boreal forestDownload
Masters thesis. Study was carried out for three field seasons at ponds situated north of Atikameg in the Utikuma-Lesser Slave Lakes region of north-central Alberta.
Doctoral thesis. A study of the subjugation of the Native inhabitants of the Fort Chipewyan region to Europeans and to the Canadian state.
Ecology of the muskrat (Ondatra zibethicus spatulatus) on the Peace-Athabasca Delta, Wood Buffalo National ParkDownload
Masters thesis. Study of muskrat population during period of declining water levels.
Disruption in place attachment: Insights of young Aboriginal adults on the social and cultural impacts of industrial development in northern AlbertaDownload
People living in the north have been and will continue to be affected by increasing exploration and exploitation of the region's natural resources. To understand the human impacts a qualitative approach and sense of place, place attachment, and disruption in place theories were used to analyze...
Development and transmission of Protostrongylus boughtoni (Nematoda: Metastrongyloidea), a lungworm of the snowshoe hare (Lepus americanus)Download
Masters thesis. Life cycle, levels of infection and patterns of transmission of the parasite Protostrongylus boughtoni were studied in populations of snails and snowshoe hares near Slave Lake, Alberta and in laboratory experiments.