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Northern Ellesmere Island, a natural resource inventory

Northern Ellesmere Island, a natural resource inventory

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Published by Dept. of Geography, University of Alberta, 1981. in Edmonton .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ecology -- Northwest Territories, Canada -- Ellesmere Island,
  • Ecology -- Arctic regions,
  • Natural history -- Northwest Territories, Canada -- Ellesmere Island,
  • Geology -- Northwest Territories, Canada -- Ellesmere Island,
  • National parks and reserves -- Northwest Territories, Canada -- Ellesmere Island,
  • Ellesmere Island (Nunavut)

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [195]-209.

    Statementsubmitted to Parks Canada by J. England ... [et al.].. --
    ContributionsEngland, J., Parks Canada.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 237 p. :
    Number of Pages237
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19007747M

      Abstract. We examined changes in body composition of Red Knots (Calidris canutus islandica) following arrival on their High Arctic breeding grounds at Alert, Ellesmere Island, arrived in late May and early June with large fat and muscle stores. In the next two weeks, fat and protein stores (pectoral muscles) declined, while increases occurred in gizzard, proventriculus, Cited by: Proxy data from the northern coast of Ellesmere Island are used to reconstruct Holocene palaeoclimate and appear to corroborate the J., Kershaw, L., LaFarge-England, C. and Bednarksi, J. Northern Ellesmere Island: a natural resource inventory. Report to Parks Canada, Department of CQ Library American political resources opens in Cited by:

      Theo was well known for having completed an epic journey by dogsled, 1, kilometres from Igloolik across Baffin Island, north along the shore of Ellesmere Island . - Explore souiuwake's board "Ellesmere Island" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Ellesmere island, Dutch golden age and Dutch painters pins.

    Ellesmere Island, largest island of the Queen Elizabeth Islands, Baffin region, Nunavut territory, Canada, located off the northwest coast of Greenland. The island is believed to have been visited by Vikings in the 10th century. It was seen in by the explorer William Baffin and was named in. Ellesmere Island Ellesmere Island in Nunavut is the northernmost populated place in world's tenth largest island, Ellesmere Island has one small community which is reachable by air or – seasonally – by sea in summer.


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National Resources Inventory A statistical survey of land use and natural resource conditions and trends on U.S. non-Federal lands. The National Resources Inventory (NRI) program collects and produces scientifically credible information on the status, condition, and trends of land, soil, water, and related resources on the Nation’s non-federal lands in support of efforts to protect, restore.

Ellesmere Island, including rapid recent changes to marine-terminating glaciers and the mass balance of the Milne Ice Shelf along Ellesmere Island’s northern coastline. The first part describes the change in the areal extent of glacier basins across northernFile Size: 8MB.

northern Ellesmere Island, drawing its boundary and conducting it original natural resource inventory. • Recruiting northern expertise to the University of Alberta and producing highly qualified academics in his field, guiding more than undergraduate and graduate students to the High Arctic, mentoring.

Seismograph Geomagnetic Station Ellesmere Island ALERT NU X0A 0J0 C No Not Required Northern Forestry Centre Street Northwest EDMONTON AB T6H 3S5 C Yes Yes NATURAL RESOURCES CANADA - National asbestos inventory The following table is an inventory of all NRCan-occupied buildings.

As of Septem Ellesmere is separated from the rest of Ellesmere Island by the Hazen Plateau and Greely Fiordand hasa maximum ele-vation of m at Barbeau Peak (Fig. Lake Hazen is a large inland lake, with a surface area of km2, which stretches in a southwest-northeast direction in the southeast part of Northern Ellesmere (Fig.

The Northern. Proposing the establishment of Canada's northernmost national park (Quttinirpaaq) on northern Ellesmere Island, drawing its boundary and conducting it original natural resource inventory. Recruiting northern expertise to the University of Alberta and producing highly qualified academics in his field, guiding more than undergraduate and.

An original platter from the Nares expedition of to northern Ellesmere Island recently turned up at an antiques valuation in England.

Such items, though rare, are not uncommon: Calgary bibliophile Cameron Treleaven, owner of Aquila Books -- Canada's one arctic bookstore -- once showed me several plates from the Nares expedition in his.

Northern Ellesmere Island in the Global Environment – Sentinel North Resolute (Cornwallis Island), Thores Lake (Ellesmere Island) and Ward Hunt Island, Nunavut: Dustin Whalen: Natural Resources Canada: Understanding the Acceleration of Climate Driven Coastal Change in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region.

A compelling, gritty debut mystery set in the frozen tundra of the arctic, on Canada's far northern Ellesmere Island, close to Greenland. I found the descriptions of the rapidly changing, harsh, beautiful location and of the way of life of the rugged, troubled residents to be fascinating; the murder mystery was pretty good.

stars overall/5. I’m holding up a wooden plank from a food cache left by Robert Peary, on one of his efforts to reach the north pole from northern Ellesmere Island during the early ’s.

-Proposing the establishment of Canada’s northernmost national park (Quttinirpaaq) on northern Ellesmere Island, drawing its boundary and conducting it original natural resource inventory.

- Recruiting northern expertise to the University of Alberta and producing highly qualified academics in his. The first detailed measurements of glacier thickness and volume change across Northern Ellesmere Island were conducted by Abdalati and others (), who used repeat airborne altimetry measurements over the period – to calculate changes of − km 3 a −1 (the highest rate of ice volume loss compared with all other ice caps in the CAA).).

Sharp and others performed measurements of Cited by: 3. 6 White and Copland: Area change of glaciers across Northern Ellesmere Island, Nunavut, between ∼ and ∼ Fig. 2) and length of up to ∼ km and width of ∼ km, located. Lamoureux SF, Bradley RS () A late Holocene varved sediment record of environmental change from northern Ellesmere Island, Canada.

J Paleolimnol – CrossRef Google Scholar Last WM () Textural analysis of lake by: 2. At KEllesmere Island is Canada's 3rd largest island, the 10th in the world and the most northerly island in the Arctic Archipelago.

Ellesmere Island only has one small community, Grise Fjord at the southern coast plus some research station and military bases. 5/5(4). Northern Ellesmere Island: A natural resource inventory. Report to Parks Canada, Department of Geography Glacial Geomorphology and Late Quat-ernary History of Phillips Inlet and the.

The role of ocean dynamics and meltwater input on the fate of Ellesmere’s ice shelves, glacier tongues and epishelf lakes Investigators: A. Hamilton, D. Mueller, B. Laval The project will evaluate ice-ocean dynamics of the Milne Fjord ice shelf and epishelf lake system on the northern coast of Ellesmere Island, Nunavut.

Despite the existence of ice [ ]. The Natural Resource Inventory provides accessible information in multiple formats that can be easily incorporated into community and development plans, leading to more informed decisions.

Download GIS files or browse maps and layers using our Green Region Explorer, an interactive map of land cover data in the nine-county Greater Kansas City.

Ellesmere Island (Inuktitut: Umingmak Nuna, meaning "land of muskoxen"; French: Île d'Ellesmere) is part of the Qikiqtaaluk Region in the Canadian territory of within the Arctic Archipelago, it is considered part of the Queen Elizabeth Islands, with Cape Columbia being the most northerly point of land in Canada.

It comprises an area ofkm 2 (75, sq mi) and the total Coordinates: 79°50′N 78°00′W / °N. Ellesmere Island in Nunavut is the northernmost populated place in world's tenth largest island, Ellesmere Island has one small community (Grise Fiord) which is reachable by air (from Resolute Bay on Cornwallis Island) or – seasonally – by sea in summer.

A far northern military base (CFB Alert) and weather station (Eureka) are reachable only by aircraft. Bymost of the glaciers in the eastern Arctic, save those in northern Ellesmere Island, had been delineated on aerial photographs, classified and numbered according to the scheme developed for the world glacier inventory (Ommanney ).

It was therefore possible to compile a subset of tidewater glaciers and of those with termini ≤ Author: C. Simon L. Ommanney.New map of Arctic could point to Canadian gas, minerals. (Geological Survey of Canada/Natural Resources Lomonosov ridge that stretches between northern Ellesmere Island .Other countries covet the potentially rich natural resources in the region, and appreciate the opportunities from a northern shipping route where global warming means longer ice-free seasons.

Canada has held legal sovereignty over the Arctic mainland sinceand the archipelago sincebut has maintained little effective presence.