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A new species of Pinus Subgenus Pinus Subsection Contortae from Pliocene sediments of Ch'ijee's Bluff, Yukon Territory, Canada.Download
Three structurally preserved conifer ovulate cones are described from Pliocene sediments at Ch’ijee’s Bluff on the Porcupine River, near Old Crow, Yukon Territory, Canada. Cones are ovoid to conical, symmetrical, 3.4–4.4 cm long and 2.8–3.4 cm wide, with helically arranged cone-scale complexes....
Masters thesis. Resulting from an examination of alpine macrolichen vegetation in west central Alberta and north central Yukon in 1975 and 1976 to determine species richness, eveness, diversity and cover; to examine habitat factors; describe and compare communities; evaluate community...
An analysis of the natural vegetation of the Macmillan Pass/Sheldon Lake area of the east-central Yukon TerritoryDownload
Data collected for use in the vegetation component of a biophysical inventory of the Macmillan Pass/Sheldon Lake region is presented and discussed in order to classify and describe the vegetation communities of the area and to postulate on the environmental factors which control the distribution...
Chronic Diseases and Risk Factors in Canada’s Northern Populations: Longitudinal and Geographic ComparisonsDownload
"Objective: Chronic diseases are the leading cause of death and disability worldwide and place considerable burden on the Canadian health care system. This research investigates the self-reported prevalence of major chronic diseases and risk factors in northern Canadian populations and compares...
Dall sheep (Ovis dalli dalli), grizzly bear (Ursus arctos) and wolf (Canis lupus) interactions in the Northern Richardson Mountains, CanadaDownload
Assessing the impact of predators on a prey population is inherently challenging, a fortiori in remote ecosystems. With this thesis, I studied the interactions between a recently declining Dall sheep (Ovis dalli dalli) population and two predators: grizzly bears (Ursus arctos) and wolves (Canis...
Examines Dawson City in terms of its history dating from the Klondike Gold Rush to its contemporary revival as a tourist attraction and a regional government centre.
Masters thesis. Presented as two papers: "Enhanced Landsat Thematic Mapper. Imagery for Exploration Geology in the Wheaton District, Southern Yukon" and "The Perception and Enhancement of Depth in the Monoscopic Remotely Sensed Images."
Northern mountain caribou (NMC) (Rangifer tarandus caribou) face a unique combination of demographic influences among woodland caribou in Canada. To build knowledge of how NMC may respond to these influences, the potential effects of road and fire disturbance, climate (pacific decadal oscillation...
Masters thesis which documents field observations from the Nozzle and Rockslide Pass rock avalanches. Also evaluates, modifies and calibrates a two-parameter hydraulic model for the purpose of rock avalanche and velocity prediction.
Management issues pertaining to the use of northern national parks: a case study of the northern YukonDownload
Masters thesis. An examination of management issues which might arise through the use of a proposed national park in the northern Yukon by native people, researchers and wilderness recreationists.