2 edition of Botany of the Canadian eastern Arctic. found in the catalog.
Botany of the Canadian eastern Arctic.
Written in English
|Series||Canada. National Museum, Ottawa. Bulletin, no. 92, 97, 104., Biological series, no. 24, 26, 32, Bulletin (National Museum of Canada),, no. 92 [etc.], Bulletin (National Museum of Canada)., no. 24 [etc.]|
|LC Classifications||QH1 .C13 no.92, etc.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||s 44000003|
Canadian Arctic Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the g: Botany. Botany History. Long before formal study of plants began in Canadian academic institutions, they were studied by explorers and talented amateurs. The vegetation of Canada was first known through descriptive reports of travellers, then through the exporting of seeds and bulbs for cultivation in Europe, and finally through collection and distribution of herbarium specimens.
Continental Shelf Research, Vol. Nos , pp. , /91 $ + Printed in Great Britain. Pergamon Press pie The surficial geology of the Canadian eastern Arctic and Polar continental shelves JOHN T. ANDREWS,* A. E. JENNINGS,* B. MACLEAN,t P. J. MUDIE,t D. PRAEGt and G. VILKSt (Received 22 January ; in revised form 17 September ; . The NOAA dataset was unable to capture interannual variability in spring snow cover over the central Canadian Arctic tundra region (66–74° N, 80–° W) while the PMW was able to capture a.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Porsild, A. E. (Alf Erling), Illustrated flora of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. [Ottawa]: [Queen's Printer] The metadata below describe the original scanning. Follow the All Files: HTTP link in the View the book box to the left to find XML files that contain more.
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Botany of the Canadian Eastern Arctic: part II: Thallophyta and Bryophyta (Bulletin / National Museum of Canada)Paperback – January 1, byPolunin Nicholas Vladimir(Author) See all formats and editionsHide other formats and editions.
: Polunin Nicholas Vladimir. Botany of the Canadian eastern Arctic. [Ottawa] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors /. The North American Tundra: BOTANY OF THE CANADIAN EASTERN ARCTIC. PART III: VEGETATION AND ECOLOGY.
By N. Polunin. Chapman. Search for more papers by this author. V Author: V. Chapman. Guide book for field trip to Bylot Island following XII INQUA Congress,which carries two main themes - the study of modern arctic glaciers and their use as analogs of the Laurentide Ice Sheet and its glacial deposits, and the Quaternary glacial history of the Canadian eastern arctic.
Botany of the Canadian Eastern Arctic Part I: Pteridophyta and Spermatophyta. By Nicholas Polunin. (National Museum of Canada, Bulletin No. ) Pp. vi Cited by: Get this from a library. Botany. [Johannes Grøntved; August Hesselbo; Bernt Lynge;] -- Lists plants collected in the eastern Canadian arctic - Keewatin District, northern Baffin Island, Melville Peninsula, and Southampton Island.
Contains three articles: Grontved, Johs. Vascular. Biology of the ringed seal (Phoca hispida Schreber) in the eastern Canadian Arctic. Ottawa, Fisheries Research Board of Canada, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: I A McLaren; Fisheries Research Board of Canada.
Marine bivalve molluscs of the Canadian Central and Eastern Arctic: Faunal composition and zoogeography (Canadian bulletin of fisheries and aquatic sciences) Paperback – January 1, by Irene Lubinsky (Author) › Visit Amazon's Irene Lubinsky Page.
Find all the books Author: Irene Lubinsky. Leaves, stems, roots, and berries of a number of native plants which were collected in the Ungava Bay region of northern Quebec were analyzed for ascorbic acid (vitamin C) and β-carotene (vitamin A) in a laboratory set up near Fort results indicated that some plants from the Eastern Arctic were remarkably vitamin-rich.
Maps showing typical American Arctic lichen distribution patterns are given, including broad ranging circumpolar, boreal forest outlier, Appalachian extensions, arcto-Pacific (Beringian), amphi-Atlantic, American Arctic endemic, Great Plains and Arctic, and western states and eastern arctic disjuncts.
Evidence for hybridization and introgression in two Canadian Arctic louseworts: Pedicularis langsdorffii subsp. arctica and Pedicularis hirsuta. Paul C. Sokoloff, a Colin J. Chapman, a b Lynn J. Gillespie a b. a Canadian Museum of Nature, Botany Section, Research and Collections, P.O.
BoxStation D, Ottawa, ON K1P 6P4, Canada. REPORT OF THE CANADIAN ARCTIC EXPEDITION VOLUME IV: BOTANY PART D: LICHENS By G. MERRILL SOUTHERN PARTY— OTTAWA F A ACL AND PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY Issued J Cornell University Library The original of tiiis book is in tine Cornell University Library.
Biography. He was born in Copenhagen as a son of the botanist M.P. grew up on the Arctic Station in Qeqertarsuaq, West Greenland, where he acted as assistant to his n andhe was curator at the National Museum of Canada, Ottawa, and from to he was head of the department of botany there.
He authored over scientific articles on the flora of the. Botany in a Day by Thomas J. Elpel. A botanical classic and bestseller that has a place on every forager’s shelf. Elpel shares what he calls “The Patterns Method” of plant identification, a fast and easy way to begin recognizing the key traits of various plant families.
The documentation of this information is a useful tool for the preservation of Inuit culture, as well as for the integration of Inuit traditional medicine with Western medical practices in Arctic communities (Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit, IQ).
Ethnobotany is the study of how people of a particular culture and region make use of indigenous (native) plants. Plants provide food, medicine, shelter, dyes, fibers, oils, resins, gums, soaps, waxes, latex, tannins, and even contribute to the air we breathe.
Many native peoples also use plants in. Nunavut, Canada writer and comedian Peter Igupttaq Autut has received the fifth annual Sally Manning Award for Indigenous Creative Non-Fiction, Up Here, a northern Canadian magazine announced on Missing: Botany.
Guide to the flowering plants of the north coast of the mainland Northwest Territories and Victoria Island, and the communities of Holman, Coppermine, Bathurst Inlet, Cambridge Bay, Gjoa Haven, Spence Bay and Pelly Bay. Includes local uses of plants and summary in Inuinaktun for most areas. Library.
The collection is particularly strong in the fields of the Canadian Arctic, ornithology, systematics and taxonomy. Our collection specializes in the subject areas of interest to the museum, including biology, biodiversity, botany, conservation and care of collections, ecology, mineral sciences, natural history, wildlife and zoology.
Prominent among his earlier scientific works are Botany of the Canadian Eastern Arctic (three volumes, ) and the authoritative Circumpolar Arctic Flora (). Title. Report of the Canadian Arctic Expedition By. Canadian Arctic Expedition () Type.
Book Material.It is home to many Canadians, including indigenous peoples, across the Yukon, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut, and the northern parts of many Canadian provinces. The Arctic is embedded in Canadian history and culture, and in the Canadian soul. The Arctic also .In that sense, this book is both timely and significant.
Stephen Hume, Vancouver Sun Tammarniit (Mistakes) makes an important contribution to our understandings of the recent history of the relationships between the Inuit of the eastern arctic and the Canadian state (in its various and complex manifestations).
Peter Geller, SSHARE.