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- 9Alberta, North of Line E-W Thru Edmonton
- 9Peace River Country
- 8Northern Alberta
- 1Bondrup-Nielsen, Soren.
- 1Donaghey, Richard Hallam.
- 1Hallock, Michael C.
- 1Hamilton, Evelyn Hope
- 1Kralka, Robert A.
- 1McCormack, Patricia Alice
Describes the physical environment and material culture of native inhabitants of Saddle Hills during the third millennium B.C., based on archeological research.
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.
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.
Doctoral thesis. A study of the subjugation of the Native inhabitants of the Fort Chipewyan region to Europeans and to the Canadian state.
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.
The alpine vegetation of Marmot Basin, Jasper National Park, Alberta, and the impact of ski activities upon itDownload
Masters thesis, which classifies the alpine vegetation of Marmot Basin, and assesses the impacts of ski activities.
Masters thesis. The sand dune area was found to have a variety of features conducive to wilderness recreation, providing that a management program be set up to preserve the environment. // Funded in part by Alberta Environment, Research Secretariat.
The role of habitat heterogeneity and female spacing behaviour in density regulation of Clethrionomys gapperiDownload
Doctoral thesis. Results of a live-trapping study conducted near Lesser Slave Lake, Alberta.
An investigation of the potential dangers of in-situ development of oilsands at Amoco's Gregoire Lake Experimental Site might have on the water resources of the Gregoire Lake Basin.