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- 1Addison, Paul Andrew.
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- 1Buse, George.
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- 1Doyle, David M.
- 1Goodbody, Quentin H.
Masters thesis based on detailed field and laboratory studies of a palsa complex near Fort Simpson, NWT in order to characterize and determine the origin of the landform.
Masters thesis. Populations of four species studied south of Great Slave Lake, May 1976-December 1977.
Power and the marginal situation: Indian - relations in the Yellowknife - Fort Rae area of the Northwest TerritoriesDownload
Doctoral thesis. Data collected during two field trips is analyzed from the perspective of marginal man theory. It was found that Indian-white relations are singularly characterized by a subordinate-dominant relationship based on economic exploitation and the extension of power into the social,...
Stratigraphy, sedimentology, and paleontology of the Bird Fiord Formation, Canadian arctic archipelagoDownload
Doctoral thesis. Supplies new information on the internal stratigraphy, sedimentology and dating of the Bird Fiord Formation on Ellesmere Island.
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...
Describes the origin and mineral composition of the Aristifats diatreme, one of seven Seton age volcanic centres occurring in a linear belt between Taltheilei Narrows and Utsingi Point in the East Arm of Great Slave Lake, NWT.
Masters thesis, outlining a Holocene paleoenvironmental model for Clements Markham Inlet on the northern coast of Ellesmere Island, based on driftwood, fossil plant, and marine mollusc data.
The activity preferences, motivations, and camping satisfaction of resident and tourist campers in Yellowknife area campgroundsDownload
Masters thesis. Determines whether resident and tourist campers could be differentiated in terms of a number of pertinant dimensions of the camping experience. The results of the study have implications for regional recreation and tourism development strategies.
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.
Masters thesis. Examines a model of single-enterprise development from an urban geographic perspective.