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Barren-ground caribou - a cyclic species: The development of a cycle-stratified harvest model and a cycle analysis of North American barren-ground caribou subpopulations
Unlike all other members of the deer family, subpopulations of barren-ground caribou (Rangifer tarandus groenlandicus) exhibit fluctuations in numbers that have been described as cyclic. We created a cyclic individual-based ...
The influence of water table fluctuation on hydrarch succession in two subarctic peatlands in Eastern James Bay, Quebec
Northern peatlands contain close to one-third of the world’s soil carbon and changes to their ecology and hydrology play a major role in the fate of these carbon stocks and the direction of their climate feedbacks. Recent ...
Evaluating consumer grade UAVs and their potential applications and implications in Ontario consulting archaeology
Archaeological investigation is an inherently destructive process that threatens permanent data loss if archaeological sites are inadequately recorded. While archaeologists strive to develop innovative methods to ensure ...
Residue analysis of pre-contact small and miniature pottery: a multi-proxy approach
Small and miniature pottery vessels are common in North American archaeological sites, although they have rarely been the focus of study. These vessels are variously interpreted to be mortuary or ceremonial vessels, ...