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- 11District of Mackenzie, NW
- 11Mackenzie Delta
- 5Northwest Territories
- 2Frozen Ground
- 1Badham, J. P. N.
- 1Bennington, Edward Thomas.
- 1Black, R. Alan.
- 1Diamond, Miriam L.
- 1Dickinson, Dawn Maureen.
- 1Hastings, Ross I.
Masters thesis. Analysis of time lapse photography in the field and from the air indicates that the shape of an eroding bank is positively correlated with the erosion process and the rate and character of erosion. Studies carried out in southern Mackenzie River Delta.
Doctoral thesis. Study of the red-backed vole on Mackenzie Delta sites from 1971 to 1973.
Comprehensive, in-situ study of naturally occurring creep in ice-rich permafrost soil on a steep slope on the Great Bear River. A detailed surficial geology mapping along the Great Bear River was carried out in order to determine the most suitable field site. Coincidentally, the slope is situated...
Numbers, reproduction and growth of Clethrionomys rutilus (Mammalia: Cricetidae) from islands in the upper Mackenzie River and adjacent mainlandDownload
Masters thesis. Populations of the northern redbacked vole, Clethrionomys rutilus, were studied on seven islands in the upper Mackenzie River, and at two sites on adjacent mainland.
Report of study to provide qualitative and some quantitative observations of design and performance of Dempster Highway in Yukon and NWT 5 years after construction of its final phase (1979). Also suggests engineering recommendations and design improvements to alleviate problems arising from...
Masters thesis. A study to examine the impact of participation in organized sport programs on the acculturative processes occuring among indigenous northern youth of the Mackenzie Delta, in particular the TEST ski program.
Plumage variability in redpolls (Carduelis flammea and C. hornemanni, L.): a test of Rohwer's status signalling hypothesisDownload
Masters thesis. Breeding redpolls in Inuvik and Krekovick Landing, NWT were observed during the summers of 1977 and 1978.
Study of climatic effects on Picea mariana near Inuvik.
Masters thesis. Provides plant ecological information about an involuted hill located near Tuktoyaktuk, NWT.
Doctoral thesis. Equations are developed to predict the effects of thawing permafrost. Application to the foundation of a hot oil pipeline at Inuvik shows good agreement between theoretical predictions and the observed behaviour.