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The functional interpretation of quartz and amethyst artefacts from the Mackenzie I site (DdJf-9)
Mackenzie I is the largest excavated archaeological site that is attributed to the Lakehead Complex, the first known occupants of the area surrounding modern day Thunder Bay, Ontario. As such, it has garnered much academic ...
Eutrophication in Northwestern Ontario? The unique case study of Cloud Lake
This thesis investigates freshwater lake classification in Northwestern Ontario, Canada. The research is based on a case study of Cloud Lake, 40km south of Thunder Bay Ontario, Canada. Complaints of decreasing water quality ...
Assessing the impacts of climate change on fluvial processes: using a physically-based model to determine hydrologic responses of the Slate River
Watershed models are an important tool in regional planning and conservation efforts. They can provide valuable insight into the potential impacts of different land use changes and future climate change scenarios on ...
Archaeobotanical and soil chemistry investigation of a woodland site on Whitefish Lake, Northwestern Ontario
Whitefish Lake is a large, shallow lake abundant in wild rice (Zizania palustris) that lies near the transitional zone between the Boreal Forest and Great Lakes-St. Lawrence forest regions of Northwestern Ontario. The ...