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EFFECTS OF HISTORICAL TIMBER HARVESTING PRACTICES ON CARIBOU FORAGE LICHEN ABUNDANCE NEAR MARSH LAKE, YUKON - PHASE 1 FINAL REPORT
Defining ecologically-based significant wildlife areas for the City of Whitehorse: expanded ecosystem mapping program
Classification of community types, successional sequences, and landscapes of the Copper River Delta, Alaska
White spruce (Picea glauca) regeneration in forests disturbed by spruce beetle (Dendroctonus rufipennis) in the Anchor River watershed, Alaska
Aquatic biodiversity, community composition and ecosystem processes in upper Noatak River basin: Gates of the Arctic Park and Preserve and the Noatak National Preserve, Alaska. Final Report
Evaluation of Contaminant Exposure and the Potential Impacts on Aquatic Habitat Quality in the Anchorage Area of the Cook Inlet Basin
Establishment and growth of white spruce on a boreal forest floodplain: interactions between microclimate and mammalian herbivory
Do nutrient availability and competition limit plant growth of herbaceous species in the boreal forest understory?
Bioclimate, Ecodistrict and Ecologically Significant Features Mapping for the Dawson Planning Region, Yukon
The purpose of this annual report is to summarize some of the major current findings of the Kluane Ecological Monitoring Project (KEMP) for both managers and interested members of the public. It also summarizes relevant research conducted in the Kluane region outside of the KEMP project. Findings with management implications and patterns of general interest are the main focus; for more detailed information, please refer to the references cited. ... Most of the information in the front section of the report remains the same from one year to the next in order to provide new readers a detailed explanation of the objectives and structure of KEMP. As new patterns in the monitoring data become evident, the information...
Post-glacial vegetation and climate history of the Matanuska Valley, Alaska: a multiple proxy approach