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Plants of the Mackenzie River delta and Reindeer Grazing Preserve

William J. Cody

Plants of the Mackenzie River delta and Reindeer Grazing Preserve

by William J. Cody

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Published by Plant Research Institute, Research Branch, Canada Dept. of Agriculture in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Botany -- Northwest Territories -- Mackenzie River Watershed.,
  • Botany -- Northwest Territories -- Reindeer Grazing Preserve.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementW. J. Cody.
    ContributionsPlant Research Institute (Canada)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK203.N6 C67 1960
    The Physical Object
    Pagination56 p. :
    Number of Pages56
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18931761M

    Lake abundance, potential water storage, and habitat distribution in the Mackenzie River Delta, western Canadian Arctic Craig A. Emmerton,1,2 Lance F. W. Lesack,3 and Philip Marsh4 Received 2 May ; revised 7 October ; accepted 24 November ; published 10 May [1] The complete landscape surface of the active Mackenzie River Delta Cited by: Nearly 80 years ago, the Canadian government tried to nudge people in the Mackenzie River Delta toward a cash economy using a a herd of reindeer. By Tim Querengesser Oct. 26, On Richards Island, in a small trailer set beside a massive petroleum camp that looks like a Moon station on the empty tundra, Heinrik Sevä reclines in his cot.

    Full text of "Vascular plants of continental Northwest Territories, Canada" See other formats. McKenzie River Nursery, Springfield, Oregon. likes 17 talking about this were here. Garden Center/5(31).

    Reindeer problems erupted from the moment the beasts arrived in the Mackenzie Delta. The officials tried lending out mini-herds of reindeer apiece to families, promising eventual ownership if. 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 some , square miles (1,, square km), which is almost as large as the headwaters of the Finlay River, which flows into Williston.


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Plants of the Mackenzie River delta and Reindeer Grazing Preserve by William J. Cody Download PDF EPUB FB2

Plants of the Mackenzie River Delta and reindeer grazing preserve. Ottawa, Plant Research Institute, Research Branch, Canada Dept.

of Agriculture, (OCoLC) Author of Vascular plants of restricted range in the Continental Northwest Territories, Flora of the Yukon Territory, Ferns of the Ottawa district, Vascular Plants of Continental Northwest Territories, Plants of Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba, Plants of the Mackenzie River delta and Reindeer Grazing Preserve, Ferns and Fern Allies of Canada (Publication / Research Branch, Agriculture.

Plants of the Mackenzie River Delta and Reindeer Grazing Preserve. Ottawa, ON: Canada Department of Agriculture, Research Branch, Plant Research Institute. 56 p. [] 5. Plants of the Mackenzie River Delta and Reindeer Grazing Preserve Vegetation and environment in the Mackenzie River Delta, Northwest Territories-a study in sub-arctic ecology Ecological.

A number of individuals have collected plant specimens from this area, such as Porsild () who made extensive collections in the Mackenzie Delta region between andand noted their occurrence.

Cody () collected specimens in andand published achecklist annotating the plants of the Delta and adjacent reindeer grazing. Reindeer located on the Kittigazuit Reindeer Grazing Preserve near Tuktoyaktuk to the east of the delta of the MacKenzie River were driven there from western Alaska in (The drive started with 3, animals and ended with the delivery of 2, about 80% of which were born during the trek.)Cited by: 3.

CODY, W. Plants of the Mackenzie River Delta and the Reindeer Grazing Preserve. Canad. Dep. Agr. Res. Branch Publ. (unnumbered) 56 p. 25 Oct COLEMAN, JAMES R. A taxonomic revision of section Sonoricola of the genus Verbesina L.

(Compositae). Madronio Jan [16 Feb] COOPERRIDER, TOM S. & GALANG, MARILYN M. TUNDRA FIRES IN THE DISTRICT OF KEEWATIN. cont'd) Plants of the Mackenzie River delta and reindeer grazing preserve; Plant Res. Plants of the Mackenzie River delta and reindeer.

Plants of the Mackenzie River Delta and Reindeer Grazing Preserve. Canadian Department of Agriculture, Nitrogen deficiency in the York River Burn, Gaspé, Quebec. Plant and S 49 The role of fire in the boreal forest of by:   The story of the Mackenzie River: Disappointment, but also hope.

water and river delta making up one-fifth of Canada’s land mass – and it wasn’t just the Roland family dreaming about. Plants of the Mackenzie River Delta and Reindeer Grazing Preserve.

Ottawa, ON: Canada Department of Agriculture, Research Branch, Plant Research Institute. 56 p. [] 7. Tundra ecosystems appear to recover slowly from disturbance, but little long-term data concerning plant diversity has been available.

We examined recovery of tundra vegetation in Alaska, U.S.A. Reindeer Station was established by the Canadian Government in the early 's to manage the reindeer which had survived a five-year trek from Alaska to the east bank of the Mackenzie River Delta.

The reindeer were kept in a 6, sq. mile grazing reserve east of the Delta. There used to be a Hudson's Bay Company trading post at Reindeer Station, and the Pelican Rapids, a HBC. Eriophorum vaginatum is a tussock-forming member of the Cyperaceae, widespread in the arctic tundra, and a common food item for grazing herbivores on the Alaskan North Slope.

Populations of this sedge at Atkasook, Alaska, were subjected to a variety of simulated grazing experiments to determine tiller responses to frequent and intensive by:   On FebruAndrew Bahr prepared to lead a bedraggled, scruffy herd of nearly 2, reindeer across the frozen, windswept channels of the Mackenzie River Delta.

Departing from Alaska, he had been on the trail nearly five years. It was a venture that was supposed to have taken eighteen months, and this was the final push.

Meet at our office located beside the Mackenzie Hotel on Mackenzie Road @ the tour start time. We will transport you to our vessel located at the Inuvik Boat Launch & Dock. For the next hours you will have guided tour of the Mackenzie Delta.

Return to the dock and we will transport you back to our office. Plants of the Mackenzie River Delta and Reindeer Grazing Preserve. Ottawa, ON: Canada Department of Agriculture, Research Branch, Plant Research Institute. 56 p. [] 8. TUNDRA FIRES IN THE DISTRICT OF KEEWATIN Project 1 Ross W.

Wein and W. Shilts the types of plant communities burned, and the depth of peat oxidized. Quantitative data were taken Plants of the Mackenzie River delta and reindeer grazing preserve; Plant Res.

Inst., Can. Dept. Agric., Ottawa, 56 p. Grazing reindeer in the snow period consume kg of forage per day. Annotated List of Vass cular Plants). Book series Flora i fauna zapovednikov SSSR (The Flora and Fauna of Nature Reserves.

McKenzie River Nursery. Camp Creek Road Springfield, OR “Come visit us today and enjoy our large selection of hanging baskets, vegetable starts, and other plants that thrive in western Oregon.” Location: Camp Creek Road, Springfield,OR. Comparative demography of Clethronomys rutilus in taiga and tundra in the low Arctic Plants of the Mackenzie River Delta and Reindeer Grazing Preserve Arctic plant communities east of the.Plants of the Mackenzie River Delta and Reindeer Grazing Preserve.

Ottawa, ON: Canada Department of Agriculture, Research Branch, Plant Research Institute. 56 p. [].Bog blueberry can alsodominate or codominate in dwarf shrub types, bogs or muskegs, and onopen tundra [27,43,86].

Other associated tree species include: Alaska-cedar (Chamaecyparisnootkatensis), quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides), balsam poplar (ifera), and paper birch (Betula papyrifera).