2 edition of Evolution and present land use patterns of Whitehorse, Yukon Territory found in the catalog.
Evolution and present land use patterns of Whitehorse, Yukon Territory
Peter B. Clibbon
1989 by Centre de recherches en aménagement et en développement, [Université Laval] in [Québec] .
Written in English
Text in English and French
|Statement||Peter B. Clibbon.|
|LC Classifications||HT391 .C495 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 61 p. :|
|Number of Pages||61|
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The changing nature of resource-use patterns and the relationship between 'land-use' territory and 'perceived' territory is compared. The thesis framework, then, is to present an evolution of territory and territoriality in an isolated indigenous society.
The territory of Old Crow is defined as that which reflects native use and perception. Within a k range in the Takhini Valley area, elk most frequently use a 95 k core range located ~31 km west of Whitehorse, Yukon (Yukon Elk Management Team, ). The core range extends 24 km WSW along the Alaska 'Highway from km east of the Takhini River and is ~5 km wide (Fig.
Climate change will pose a challenge to governance structures in areas like the Canadian North (Berkes et al. Climate research has often been divorced from its social context (Cohen et al.
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The Yellowstone to Yukon Vision: Progress & Possibility A booklet celebrating the last 20 years of progress on the Y2Y vision. All design, illustration, and maps produced by kilometre.
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Whitehorse Yukon Territory (1) Whitehorse The early chapters of the volume present data and interpretations of the geophysics of the craton and summarize, with sequential maps, the tectonic evolution of the craton. Evolution and present land use patterns of Whitehorse we estimate temperature in the lithosphere–asthenosphere depth range and infer lithospheric structure and evolution.
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Spawn consists of the reproductive cells of many aquatic animals, some of which will. ing scientific and legal assault on the traditional land-use practices of the Hoonah Tlingit and the development plans rising from the anticipated postwar tourist boom. In the final part of the book, '"Wilderness Preservation, ," fully one half of the text, the author brings his history to the present.
In addition, current knowledge about renewable resource management and land use planning in Yukon would also seem to confirm that sustainable development must entail conservation programs which will set aside for the future large areas for parks and wilderness areas (Theberge et al. In passing it is noteworthy that the federal government.
Whitehorse, Yukon Tuesday, November 5, land use planning across the territory. This has created unnecessary economic uncertainty in these difficult economic present to all legislatures and to Yukoners an update on the financial position of the government.
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Ben Potter will present at the Yukon Science Institute lecture series, Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, on March 15th, The title of the talk is "Transformations in Subarctic Prehistory: Ice Age Infants, Ancient Houses, and the Peopling of the New World.". Directly dated ice patch darts in southwest Yukon Territory ranging in age from to cal B.P.
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Whitehorse, Yukon. Wednesday, November 3, - p.m. "Yukon includes the designated area of the Yukon Territory comprising all land and water in Yukon to the south of the northern limit described in schedule 2." indeed for essential change to the present Yukon Act so that devolution can occur as planned on April The beautiful, living earth around us is turning every shade of vibrant green after months of being shrouded in a cold cloak of white.
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Socioeconomic Effects of Declining Salmon Runs on the Yukon River. Edited by Caroline L. Brown. and Anna Godduhn. Contributors: Caroline L. Brown, Anna Godduhn, Hiroko Ikuta, Brittany Retherford, Alida Trainor, Seth J.
Wilson, and David Koster. I don't know if you're aware, but thanks to land claims agreements that have been settled in the territory, we now have 11 self-governing Yukon first nations.
Interestingly enough, they're reasonably well represented by women in chief and council roles throughout the territory, but I do know that is a very serious consideration. Here, we present an ~ m thick measured section of the Neruokpuk Formation from near the headwaters of the Malcolm River, Yukon, where one can observe gradational relationships with the underlying Fish Creek formation of the Firth River Group and overlying informally named Leffingwell formation (Figs.
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Free ebooks since Dissertation Description: My dissertation examines land claims in the Yukon and northern British Columbia from an environmental historical perspective. Focusing on the Kaska Nation, who have not settled land claims, I consider the ways in which conceptions of the Kaska’s historical land use and occupancy as well as the significance of place.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Other Statuses. IUCN Red List Category: LC - Least concern NatureServe Global Conservation Status Factors. Range Extent:to >2, square km (ab to >1, square miles) Range Extent Comments: BREEDING: northeastern British Columbia and southern Mackenzie to central Quebec, south to southern Alberta, northern Montana, southern Saskatchewan, North Dakota, central.
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Whitehorse, Yukon. Wednesday, Decem - p.m. Land, excessive lot inventory. I'd like to hear more input from the airline industry in the territory, who use the services. I'm a former pilot myself, and I've utilized the services of the tower many times. In fact, the people in the control tower literally saved my life one.
A recent book published by the Canadian Arctic Resources Committee, Hinterland or Homeland: Land -use planning in Northern Canada, argues that appropriate forms of planning can make a key contribution to human and economic development in the North and is central to both stable development and to the very security of Canada north of 60°.
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Traditional land use study: A traditional land use study is a detailed study of traditional land use sites over the regional extent of an Aboriginal group’s traditional territory. It is neither practical nor appropriate to conduct this type of traditional land use work in the context of.
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Basin Landscape and Land Use. It is ironic that much of the lower (downstream of the Canada–U.S. border) Yukon River basin, with a climate that is cold relative to most of North America, was largely unglaciated during the various advances of the Cordilleran ice sheet in the Wisconsin glaciation of the Pleistocene (Hopkins et al.
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Developing a Research and Restoration Plan for Arctic-Yukon-Kuskokwim (Western Alaska) Salmon. Washington, DC: The National.Big Country, Big Issues 7 present-day Canada) as “the land God gave to Cain” or Voltaire’s quip that Canada was but “a few acres of snow.” There is more than a hint of self-satisfaction in our self-deprecation; living well is the best revenge.
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