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Holocene Occupations of Northwestern Ontario: Implementing a Multi-analytical Approach for the Detection of Technological Variability and Subsistence Complexities
This thesis presents the results of a micro-analytical analysis, specifically use-wear and residue analyses, on unifacial lithic artifacts from the Electric Woodpecker II (DdJf-12) Early Holocene site, located approximately ...
Exploring the Potential for Achieving Self-determined Community Economic Development in Nunavut: An Examination of the Government of Nunavut’s Economic Development Strategies
Self-determined political and economic structures can nurture local capacity for adaptive response to a rapidly changing climate and economy. What level of potential for creating such structures is contained within ...
Ecological implications of the 18th and 19th century fur trade: a study of five HBC post's accounts
This research critically addresses the ecological implications of the 18th and 19th Century fur trade and whether primary source material written and maintained by European fur traders can measure resource procurement ...
Long-term Relationships between Carbon Sequestration, Hydrology, and Tephra Disturbance in a Northern Peatland (Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia)
Northern peatlands are one of the most important carbon reservoirs, storing one-third to one-half of the world’s soil carbon pool and thus changes in their carbon balance have the potential to cause a positive feedback to ...
Managing Canada’s Park Systems: Exploring Aboriginal Involvement in Canadian National Parks
In recent years attempts have been made to bridge Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal interests in the management of Canadian federal parks. In part this reflects increasing recognition of Aboriginal rights to lands and resources, ...