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- 1Beare, Stephen S.
- 1Bombin, Miguel.
- 1Boyd, Christine N.
- 1Buse, George.
- 1Davies, Lauren J
- 1Gaza, Peter von.
Masters thesis. Resulting from an examination of alpine macrolichen vegetation in west central Alberta and north central Yukon in 1975 and 1976 to determine species richness, eveness, diversity and cover; to examine habitat factors; describe and compare communities; evaluate community...
Masters thesis. 5 helminth species in pikas from the Ogilvie Mountains and 7 inhabiting individuals from the Rocky Mountains of southwestern Alberta were examined. Distinguishing characteristics and host relationships of species in the 6 genera of helminths were critically reviewed. Results...
Subfossil bryophytes in eastern Beringia: their paleoenvironmental and phytogeographical significanceDownload
Doctoral thesis. Bryophytes, more particularly mosses, are used in the paleoenvironmental reconstruction and historical biogeography of eastern Beringia, an area including Alaska and the Yukon. The Old Crow Basin in northern Yukon was studied in detail. // Appendix 2: Subfossil bryophytes...
Masters thesis. Examines a model of single-enterprise development from an urban geographic perspective.
Masters thesis which documents field observations from the Nozzle and Rockslide Pass rock avalanches. Also evaluates, modifies and calibrates a two-parameter hydraulic model for the purpose of rock avalanche and velocity prediction.
The following is a qualitative exploration of place identity, wilderness and cultural tourism interpreter guides, and sustainable tourism development in Canada’s Yukon Territory. Four research sub-questions are used to glean insights and advance this study: 1) how are Yukon place identities...
Masters thesis. Examined various methods of alleviating the problems associated with existing water distribution systems that rely on bleeding as a means of freeze protection. A data base on existing bleeder installation in Whitehorse was developed.
Examines Dawson City in terms of its history dating from the Klondike Gold Rush to its contemporary revival as a tourist attraction and a regional government centre.
With a warming climate, northern ecosystems will face significant ecological changes such as permafrost thaw, increased frequency of forest fires, and shifting ecosystem boundaries including the spread of canopy-forming shrubs into tundra communities. A growing number of observations show...
Management issues pertaining to the use of northern national parks: a case study of the northern YukonDownload
Masters thesis. An examination of management issues which might arise through the use of a proposed national park in the northern Yukon by native people, researchers and wilderness recreationists.