2 edition of Wildlife of the Mackenzie Delta Region found in the catalog.
Wildlife of the Mackenzie Delta Region
University of Alberta. Boreal Institute For Northern Studies.
|Statement||A.M. Martell, D.M. Dickinson and L.M. Casselman|
|Series||University of Alberta Boreal Institute For Northern Studies Occasional Publication -- 15|
|Contributions||Martell, A.M., Dickinson, D.M., Casselman, L.M.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 214 p. :|
|Number of Pages||214|
Mackenzie Delta, in Canada’s western arctic, is North America’s largest arctic delta. For over half the year, the rivers and lakes of this vast alluvial plain are ice covered. Permafrost is ubiquitous in the delta and the surrounding : C. R. Burn. The focus of Round River’s Environmental Study Abroad Program is to encourage and expand the commitments, minds and spirits of future conservationists by cultivating an active, informed and inspired constituency of young scholars, as conservation scientists, artists, activists and advocates by providing innovative conservation education and leadership training. FPCN52 CWNT Extended forecasts from Wednesday 13 May to Sunday 17 May for the Mackenzie Delta and Arctic Coast areas of the Northwest Territories issued by Environment Canada at p.m. MDT Monday 11 May The next scheduled forecast will be issued at a.m. MDT Tuesday. South Delta Region including Ft. McPherson - Tsiigehtchic. Ensure the Next Generation of Wildlife Education at MacKenzie See our current list of donors Donate Now What Hooked You on Nature? Unfortunately, kids today spend far less time outside than previous generations. The Friends of MacKenzie work to help solve this problem by supporting environmental education at the MacKenzie Center, where thousands of students.
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Get this from a library. Wildlife of the Mackenzie Delta region. [A M Martell; Dawn Maureen Dickinson; Lisa M Casselman] -- Synthesizes information from published historical accounts with that of more recent papers in an annotated list of all invertebrate wildlife species that occur or.
Wildlife of the Mackenzie Delta Region Occasional Publications Series By Arthur M. Martell, Dawn M. Wildlife of the Mackenzie Delta Region book and Lisa M. Casselman. The Mackenzie River flows through a vast, thinly populated region of forest and tundra entirely within the Northwest Territories in Canada, although its many tributaries reach into five other Canadian provinces and river's main stem is 1, kilometres (1, mi) long, flowing north-northwest from Great Slave Lake into the Arctic Ocean, where it forms a large delta at its y: Canada.
Get this from a library. Interactions between wildlife, trapper-hunters and seismic lines in the Mackenzie Valley Wildlife of the Mackenzie Delta Region book, N.W.T., Canada. [Roderick R Riewe; Arctic Land Use Research Program (Canada)] -- Study examining the utilization of seismic lines by wildlife and trapper-hunters in the Mackenzie Delta Region in the Wildlife of the Mackenzie Delta Region book of Fort McPherson in the Northwest Territories.
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The MacKenzie Delta joint task force were working together to shut down sex traffickers. Luke Brenner from Delta Team had a personal interest in this mission/5. Other articles where Mackenzie Delta is discussed: Mackenzie River: The delta region: The Mackenzie River delta begins at Point Separation.
The mean annual discharge of Mackenzie water into the delta, measured at the confluence of the Arctic Red River, iscubic feet (9, cubic metres) per second, increasing to an average ofcubic feet (15, cubic. N.W.T. The Mackenzie Delta is a kilometre wetland corridor covering o square kilometres.
To the west of the delta are the Richardson Mountains and to the east are the Caribou Hills. In between is a maze of waterways and islands, most notably the Mackenzie River. Travel the Dempster Highway to the community of Inuvik, N.W.T., Canada.
The Mackenzie Valley Pipeline will start near Inuvik and extend 1, kilometres south along the delta and join with pipelines in Northern Alberta.
The planned route crosses more than waterways and runs through heavily forested areas. The Mackenzie Delta region (Fig. 1) lies in Wildlife of the Mackenzie Delta Region book northwestern comer of the District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories, Canada.
The region forms an interface between alpine tundra, low arctic tundra, and the northernmost extension of taiga in North America. In this paper we consider the small mammals of the region; that is, those.
The Reindeer Herders of the Mackenzie Delta is the fascinating true history of the Canadian Reindeer Experiment as experienced by Otto Binder, an Inuit herder, his Sami wife, Ellen Pulk Binder, and their son, Lloyd Binder, who continues to herd reindeer. The book Author: Dr. Gerry Conaty PhD, Lloyd Binder.
Mackenzie River, major river system in the drainage pattern of northwestern North basin is the largest in Canada, and it is exceeded on the continent only by the Mississippi-Missouri system.
The Mackenzie system drains an area of somesquare miles (1, square km), which is almost as large as the headwaters of the Finlay River, which flows into Williston. As they attempt to unravel the mystery, they encounter various intriguing characters now laying claim to the resources of the Mackenzie Delta region--Native people (who are allowed to hunt the whales), wildlife officials, and oil company engineers--all vividly described by Nollman/5(3).
Steven Kokelj is a Canadian environmental scientist. Meagan Wohlberg, writing in the Northern Journal, called him NWT's foremost expert on permafrost. Kokelj's PhD thesis, published inwas entitled, "Near-surface Ground Ice in Sediments of the Mackenzie Delta Region, Northwest Territories".
Since then Kokelj Wildlife of the Mackenzie Delta Region book held several research positions in the Northwest mater: University of Ottawa, Carleton University.
The Mackenzie delta is located in the easternmost Arctic Ocean east of the North Slope of Alaska. The Mackenzie River drainage is the second largest in North America and covers an area of roughlysquare miles. It discharges into the Arctic Ocean at a rate of 9, cubic yards per second.
This compares to the largest North American river. The Kendall Island Migratory Bird Sanctuary (KIBS) is a migratory bird sanctuary in the Northwest Territories, is located on Kendall Island and its surrounding area in Mackenzie Bay at the northern tip of the Mackenzie River Delta.A seasonal sanctuary for more t shorebirds.
it is one of five bird sanctuaries within the Inuvialuit Settlement on: Northwest Territories, Canada.
Indian Affairs and Northern Development., 1 book Workshop on the Mackenzie Delta ( Saskatoon, Sask.), 1 book J. Edward Chamberlin, 1 book Lists watch for edits or export all records. Mackenzie Delta may refer to. The delta of the Mackenzie River, where it empties into the Arctic Ocean, in the Northwest Territories, Canada; Mackenzie Delta (electoral district), a territorial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of Northwest Territories, Canada.
Mackenzie Delta is a territorial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories, Canada. The district consists of Aklavik, Fort McPherson and Tsiigehtchic. History. The district was created when Mackenzie West was split into this district and Mackenzie River.
In its First contested: The Mackenzie Delta, the largest in Canada, is located where the largest Canadian river, the Mackenzie, enters the Beaufort Sea. Critical components of the Delta region include: the Delta itself, the Beaufort Sea, the surrounding uplands, the Tuktoyaktuk Peninsula, the Eskimo Lakes estuary, and the Mackenzie/Peel rivers.
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It sp km 2 (35, sq mi) of land, mostly above the tree line, and includes several subregions: the Beaufort Sea, the Mackenzie River Territories: Northwest Territories, Yukon. The Mackenzie Delta-Beaufort Sea Region 63 and to the kind of disturbance that would he particular importance to birds, since there are unquestionably result in deterioration of the associated wilh the summer construction of nmnbers of these in the Delta.
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Click here for the. The Mackenzie Delta is one of the world’s great scenic areas. Explore Inuvik, regional headquarters and jumping off point for Delta tours with North-Wright Airways.
The vast, unspoiled Delta is well worth viewing from the air, with its myriad channels and islands, and its variety of wildlife. Check out McKenzie Supply's Online Videos. These are great tools for learning more about our products and services.
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This summer, I conducted helicopter surveys of wetlands in 31 randomly selected plots. Half of the plots A surf scoter pair in a small pond. Lakes and channels of the Mackenzie Delta. Setting. This ecoregion is located on the north coast of Alaska, and includes the east coast plain of Banks Island, as well as the Anderson River and Horton River plains, and the Tuktoyaktuk coast in the Northwest is an area of low, flat, boggy coastal plains.
The underlying soil of this damp Arctic coast is thick, solid permafrost, covered in summer with thermokarst "thaw Animals: caribou, bear, wolf, muskox, snow goose, brant. Describe the Mackenzie delta’s location relative to: a) Yukon Territory b) Beaufort Sea c) Northwest Territories 2.
Use the satellite map to find the direction of: a) Great Bear Lake from the Mackenzie Delta b) The Richardson Mountains from the Mackenzie Delta c) The Mackenzie Delta from Tuktoyaktuk d) The Mackenzie Delta from the Arctic.
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the Canol Heritage Trail near Norman Wells and the Mackenzie Delta near Inuvik. NWT Wildlife Tours & Guides. Wildlife watching in the north is enjoyed. The Mackenzie Delta region is known for a style of drum dancing that includes several drummers, each carrying a drum made of skin (or nylon) stretched across a large, round, wooden frame.
Holding the drum by the handle, the drummer strikes the frame of the drum with a wand. Each strike swings the drum, creating the main movement or beat of the.
As they attempt to unravel the mystery, they encounter various intriguing characters now laying claim to the resources of the Mackenzie Delta region-Native people (who are allowed to hunt the whales), wildlife officials, and oil company engineers–all vividly described by Nollman.
Built on permafrost alongside the Mackenzie River, Inuvik is the capital of the Western Arctic, and your launchpad to bucket list adventures that include flightseeing over the incredible delta, boat trips in search of wildlife, camping on Herschel Island, and visits up to Tuktoyaktuk.
PDF | On Jan 1,K.G. Osadetz and others published A review of Mackenzie Delta-Beaufort Sea petroleum province conventional and non-conventional (gas hydrate) petroleum reserves and.
area south of the Mackenzie River, including the Arctic Red River drainage (Kritsch and Andre ). This report presents the results of Phase III of the project carried out in which documented place names and sites for the Mackenzie Delta land use region. This project.
The Program for Regional and International Shorebird Monitoring (PRISM) was designed by biologists and researchers from the Canadian and United States Governments (Canadian Wildlife Service, U.S. Geological Survey and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service) to address concerns about shorebird population declines first noted on migration surveys.
In the Mackenzie Delta, onshore and offshore exploratory wells have resulted in the discovery of 36 hydrocarbon accumulations with ultimate recoverable resources of 1–2 bbo and 10 tcfg.
The first discovery came after 8 years of exploration and the drilling of 21 dry holes. The Mackenzie River delta begins at Point Separation. The mean annual discharge of Mackenzie water into the delta, measured at the confluence of the Arctic Red River, iscubic feet per second, increasing to an average ofcubic feet per second in summer.
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A river of northwest Canada rising in Great Slave Lake in southern Northwest Territories and flowing about 1, km generally northwest to a vast delta on.