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Stable isotope (N,O,H) geochemistry, petrology and compositions of biotite of the Musselwhite Mine, Ontario : implications for mineralisation
Musselwhite mine is located 480 km. north of Thunder Bay, Northwestern Ontario on the southern shores of Opapimiskan Lake in the North Caribou Lake greenstone belt. It is classified as an orogenic gold deposit.
Geology and alteration associated with the Hamlin Lake VMS system, Shebandowan Greenstone belt, Northwestern Ontario, Canada
The Hamlin Lake area is located approximately 120 km southwest of the City of Thunder Bay, Ontario within the Shebandowan greenstone belt of the Wawa Subprovince, Superior Province. The purpose of this study was to understand ...
The Potential of microfossil use in paleodiet and paleoenvironmental analysis in Northwestern Ontario
Historically wild rice was important economically and spiritually across much of central and eastern Canada, but the antiquity of its use by Native communities is unclear. Unlike plant macrofossils, which have traditionally ...
Mapping recreation use patterns and forest values : a Canadian boreal forest case study / by Perrine, Lesueur.
People attribute values to the places they use for forest recreation. Such values are often difficult to access and even more difficult to incorporate in forest management and planning. As potential sources of conflict in ...
Planting the seeds of change : evaluation of the impacts of community gardens on well-being and connections to community and nature in First Nations' youth / by Graham Trull.
Aboriginal populations in Canada currently struggle with a variety of social, economic, and health issues. Many of these problems have been shown to relate to levels of connectedness to community and to nature, as well ...
Neuropsychological study of northern Native male solvent abusers / by Cameron Dokis.
Solvent abuse constitutes a major health concern in all ethnic groups because of its serious social, medical, and neuropsychological consequences. The present study examined the neuropsychological consequences of long-term ...
Exploring well-being in a First Nation community : a qualitative study / by Lana Ray.
First Nations people hold the worldview that all human and non-human beings are interconnected. This worldview is imperative to the well-being of not only individuals, but to the community and land as well because it ...
Lumber recovery, a leaf area model, and water use in response to commercial thinning, for plantation grown black spruce (Picea mariana [Mills] B.S.P.) / by Steven M. Young.
Three black spruce (Picea mariana [Mills] B.S.P.) plantations (Airstrip, Boom Lake and Tyrol Lake), in northwestern Ontario, with varied stand densities (2806 stems ha[superscript -1], 2285 stems ha[superscript -1], and ...
Riparian vegetation response to clearcutting along small streams of boreal forest / by Shekhar R. Biswas.
In this thesis I examined three important ecological questions to understand the role of forest management disturbance on unmapped small stream riparian plant communities: I) how do small stream riparian plant communities ...
Influence of regeneration method on juvenile jack pine clear wood static bending properties and specific gravity / by Karen L. Jackson.
The effects of regeneration method on three wood properties of jack pine, along different vertical positions, grown in northwestern Ontario were evaluated. A multi-staged nested sampling design was used to randomly select ...