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Reflecting on 17 Years of Working Together: Notes from a Presentation to the Special Senate Committee on the Arctic.
Impacts of Road Dust on Small Subarctic Lake Systems.
Lessons Learned through Research Partnership and Capacity Enhancement in Inuit Nunangat.
Inuit Approaches to Naming and Distinguishing Caribou: Considering Language, Place, and Homeland toward Improved Co-management.
"The Caribou Taste Different Now": Inuit Elders Observe Climate Change, edited by José Gérin-Lajoie, Alain Cuerrier, and Laura Siegwart Collier.
The Curious Case of King William Island, Nunavut: An Island Overlooked in Caribou Research.
Summer Low Flow Events in the Mackenzie River System.
Gendering Environmental Assessment: Women’s Participation and Employment Outcomes at Voisey’s Bay.
Eric Joamie (1956–2014).
Winter Flows in the Mackenzie Drainage System.
Using Multiple Sources of Knowledge to Investigate Northern Environmental Change: Regional Ecological Impacts of a Storm Surge in the Outer Mackenzie Delta, N.W.T..
Environmental Change and Traditional Use of the Old Crow Flats in Northern Canada: An IPY Opportunity to Meet the Challenges of the New Northern Research Paradigm.
Remote Sensing of Arctic Vegetation: Relations between the NDVI, Spatial Resolution and Vegetation Cover on Boothia Peninsula, Nunavut.
Bowhead whales, and not right whales, were the primary target of 16th- to 17th-century Basque Whalers in the Western North Atlantic.
Science meets traditional knowledge: Water and climate in the Sahtu (Great Bear Lake) region, Northwest Territories, Canada.
Protecting the health of First Nation personnel at contaminated sites: A case study of Mid-Canada Radar Line Site 050 in Northern Canada.
S. Brian McCann (1935-2004) - Obituary.
Streamflow in the Mackenzie Basin, Canada.
The Annual Carbon Budget for Fen and Forest in a Wetland at Arctic Treeline.
The Prevalence of Freshwater Flocculation in Cold Regions: A Case Study from the Mackenzie River Delta, Northwest Territories, Canada.
The Persistence of Aboriginal Land Use: Fish and Wildlife Harvest Areas in the Hudson and James Bay Lowland, Ontario.
Wildlife Harvesting and Sustainable Regional Native Economy in the Hudson and James Bay Lowland, Ontario.
Effects of Beaver Dams on Subarctic Wetland Hydrology.
MEASUREMENT OF TRACE RAINFALL AT A HIGH ARCTIC SITE.
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