Northern Yukon : an ecological land survey

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Environment Canada, Lands Directorate, 1981. , Vancouver, Ottawa
Ecological surveys -- Yukon Territory, Northern, Ecology -- Yukon Territory, Nor
Statementby E.B. Wiken ... [et al].. --
SeriesEcological land classification series -- no. 6, Ecological land classification series -- no. 6
ContributionsWiken, E. B.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18672817M

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Both and editions are based on ecological land survey conducted in July and August, Includes geology, geomorphology, climatology, pedology. The final report for the Yukon Water Strategy Action Plan highlights work done since Feedback sought on draft climate change, energy and green economy strategy.

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Northern Canada, the vast, sparsely populated region of Canada affected by permafrost, encompasses about half (5 × 10 6 km 2) of the country and includes the Arctic and Subarctic zones and portions of the Boreal region, which is composed of the Northwest Territories, Nunavut (formerly the eastern portion of the Northwest Territories), the Yukon, and Cited by: 1.

Canada's boreal forest is a vast region comprising about one third of the circumpolar boreal forest that rings the Northern Hemisphere, mostly north of the 50th parallel. Other countries with boreal forest, include Russia, which contains the majority, the United States in its northern most state of Alaska, and the Scandinavian or Northern European countries (e.g.

Sweden, Finland, Norway. Wiken, E.B.:‘Rationale and methods of ecological land surveys: an overview of Canadian approaches’, In: D.G. Taylor (ed.), Land/Wildlife Integration: Proceedings of a Technical Workshop to Discuss the Incorporation of Wildlife Information into Ecological Land Surveys, 1–2 May,Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Ecological Land Cited by: Konig, N., and M.A.

Steer. Campbell Tract Non-native Plant Survey. Prepared for the Anchorage Field Office, Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Department of the Interior.

Alaska Center for Conservation Science, University of Alaska Anchorage. Yukon Flats-marshy lake dotted flats, gently sloping outwash fans to broad gentle outwash fans are contributing tributaries, flat flood plains, braided meandering course, many sloughs. Nowitna Lowland- rolling silt-covered tableland, drained by the Yukon River in the northern boundary, confluence of the Yukon River and Tanana River in eastern Size: 2MB.

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Geological Survey and the University of Alaska, Fairbanks in the recent issue of PLoS ONE. Wiken, E.B. Rationale and methods of ecological land surveys: An overview of Canadian approaches.

In D.C. Taylor (ed.) Land/wildlife integration: Proceedings of a technical workshop to discuss the incorporation of wildlife information into ecological land surveys, May,Saskatoon, Sask. Ecological Land Classification Series No. ECOLOGICAL LAND CLASSIFICATION IN NORTHERN CANADA by S.C.

Zoltai Canadian Forestry Service To the ecologist the tundra is an open book where the importance of the physical environment on plant distribution is very force­ Yukon Territory, was reported to this conference elsewhere. 15th St. NW, Suite Washington, D.C.

USA phone. Protected Areas in Northern Canada: Designing for Ecological Integrity ix Foreword The conservation of wildlife and of protected areas in northern Canada has been a matter of longstanding interest and concern. Early efforts to establish parks, wildlife reserves and sanctuaries were farsighted, drawing on the limited.

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This link between continents was estimated to be 2, kilometers wide. The growth of glaciers lowered sea levels and exposed portions of continental shelves which created this broad land bridge.

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Geographic Range. Strix nebulosa resides in Alaska, Canada, the higher elevations of the Rocky Mountain States, northern Minnesota and northern Wisconsin.

Also, S. nebulosa breeds from northern Yukon to northern Manitoba and northern Ontario, south locally to central California, northern Idaho, northwestern Wyoming, central Saskatchewan, northern Minnesota, and south.

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Figure 4 —Arctic char drying at camp, Wager Bay, Nunavut, Canada (photo courtesy of Parks Canada).Author: Vicki Sahanatien. In-season Yukon River Subsistence Salmon Survey Program $, $80, Customary Trade in the Lower and Middle Yukon River $, $, Yukon River In-Season Salmon Management Teleconferences $78, $19,   ARCHIVED - Yukon Land Claim Agreement Annual Review Archived information.

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Thus, particular caution should be used when using the associations in assessments of smaller areas (e.g., evaluations of public land survey sections). Finally, although a species may be associated with a particular ecological system within its known geographic range, portions of that ecological system may occur outside of the species' known.

Ecological Land Classification (ELC) refers to the description of land resources at a range of spatial resolutions (i.e. global to local) and for a range of purposes or values. The emerging science of ELC is in fact a very carefully integrated blend of vegetation and earth sciences.

Tundra vegetation is composed of dwarf shrubs, sedges and grasses, mosses, and lichens. Scattered trees grow in some tundra regions. The ecotone (or ecological boundary region) between the tundra and the forest is known as the tree line or timberline.

The tundra soil is rich in nitrogen and e type: ET. In particular, we examine the idea that Alaska and northern Yukon, when joined to Siberia by the Bering land bridge, “constituted the eastern end of a huge grassland biome, unequaled today in size and character.” Herb-zone pollen spectra consist largely of.

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PDF. doi: /. ABSTRACT. High-latitude ([degrees][degrees] N) graminoid plant communities located near the northern limit of boreal forest occurrence in the Carmacks-Pelly Crossing area of Yukon were sampled and classified, and four sociations were recognized: Calamagrostis purpurascens (purple reedgrass), Hesperostipa comata (needle-and-thread .But it’s not all about food.

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Protecting the ecology, history, archaeology and subsistence lifestyle of the U.S. Arctic is the reason parks were established in northern Alaska.1. Introduction. The attractiveness of mineral resources in the Arctic has increased and the region is seen as a vast storehouse of potential resources (Lindholt,Emmerson and Lahn,Boyd et al., ).The attractiveness reflects not just the geology, but also the availability and coverage of geodata, availability of professional workforce, level of infrastructure, and the Cited by: 2.