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50,000 years of paleoenvironmental change recorded in meteoric waters and coeval paleoecological and cryostratigraphic indicators from the Klondike goldfields, Yukon, CanadaDownload
A 50,000 year record of meteoric water isotopes (δ2H/δ18O) and paleoenvironmental conditions is presented from syngenetic ice-rich permafrost and macrofossils from eight sites in the Klondike area of central Yukon. Four sedimentary units are recognized based on cryostratigraphy, paleoecological...
The Alaska Highway through Southwestern Yukon is located in the discontinuous permafrost zone with many areas of the highway corridor associated with degrading permafrost. Given the strategic value of the corridor, it is critical to have a clear understanding of permafrost characteristics and...
Climate and nutrient influences on the growth of white spruce trees in the boreal forests of the YukonDownload
The boreal forests of North America are undergoing major changes because of the direct effects of global warming and increased CO2 levels. Plant production in the boreal forest is nutrient limited, and we examined how long-term fertilization affected growth of white spruce Picea glauca in the...
Diagenetic Controls on Hydrothermal Fluid Flow in the Osiris, Isis, and Isis East Carlin-Type Gold Showings, Nadaleen Trend, YukonDownload
Following ATAC Resources Ltd.’s 2010 discovery of the gold prospects in the Nadaleen Trend (Central Yukon), company geologists and consultants determined that Precambrian carbonate rocks within the trend contain large endowments of gold located in the hinges of anticlines and fault zones. ...
Small-scale vertical aerial photographs taken in 1947 and 1948 covering 200 km2 of the Kluane Ranges, southwest Yukon, were compared with corresponding photographs taken in 1989 for the purpose of characterizing changes in the distribution and abundance of white spruce (Picea glauca (Moench)...
Fort Selkirk: Early Contact Period Interaction Between the Northern Tutchone and the Hudson's Bay Company in YukonDownload
Historical archaeology has often struggled to reveal the roles that Indigenous people played as socio-economic agents during the initial contact period in North America. Previous research in the discipline largely focused either on reconstructing everyday life in early European settlements while...
The mid-Cretaceous Ag-Pb-Zn-Cu-Sn Keglovic deposit, located in the south-central Yukon, is formed by the superposition of an earlier Pb-Zn skarn system with later Keno Hill-style Ag-Pb-Zn veins and is the product of complex regional geological processes, which occur synchronously with...
Genesis and controls on mineralization at the Hammer Zone silver showing, Mount Mye Trend, hosted by the Anvil Batholith, South-Central YukonDownload
When Silver Range resources acquired the Keg property in 2010, one of the prospects included was the Hammer Zone. Ensuing mapping and surface sampling found the Hammer Zone to be a small, bonanza-grade, epithermal silver system contained entirely within the Anvil Batholith. Initial petrographic...
Geochemical Characterization and Fluid History of the Tiger Zone; a Tertiary Distal Carbonate-Replacement Intrusion-Related Gold Deposit, Central YukonDownload
A paragenetic and geochemical study has resulted in the classification of the Tiger zone as a Tertiary-aged intrusion-related gold deposit. Gold-bearing mineralization occurs in two geochemically and temporally distinct assemblages. The first assemblage contains carbonate-replacement,...
Integrating social science, Indigenous, and local knowledge into park management, planning and policy makingDownload
SSHRC Partnership Development grant awarded 2018: Globally, most park agencies have little capacity to produce in-house social science or ecological research, or conduct meaningful knowledge exchange with Indigenous and local communities. The goal of this project is to enhance the generation and...