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As resource exploitation and development expands in northern Canada, threats to the ecological integrity of freshwater systems increase. In Canada, developments that could negatively affect aquatic ecosystems require offsetting or compensation measures. As a result of diamond mine development, a...
The development of the Diavik diamond mine destroyed pristine lakes and streams in Barrenlands region of northern Canada. Subsequently, several fish habitat compensation projects were undertaken to offset these losses. The M-Lakes project was intended to enhance the productive capacity of a...
We examined spatiotemporal variation in the physical, chemical, and biological characteristics of pristine streams that represent a range of conditions near Lac de Gras in the Barrenlands region of the Northwest Territories, Canada. Principal component analysis organized streams into four groups...