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Wildlife Manuscript Report 51. Distribution, Abundance and Composition of Muskoxen North of Great Bear Lake March 1983.

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Manuscript Reports
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Wildlife Manuscript Report 13. Moose in the Northwest Territories. Treseder, L. and R. Graf. 1985. 41 pp.

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Manuscript Reports
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A discussion paper of development of a water resources management strategy for the NWT.

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Research and data, Water
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Documents
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Form for registering your property in the NWT boreal forest as a value at risk from wildland fire.

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Fire, Forest resources
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Forms
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My First Seal Hunt (pdf/63.16 KB)

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A boy goes on his first seal hunt with his father.

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Education and outreach, Hunting, trapping and harvesting, Wildlife and nature
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Documents
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My First Seal Hunt (pdf/63.16 KB)

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Progress Report 7 on the Dehcho Boreal Caribou Study done by N.C. Larter and D.G. Allaire. Published 2012.

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Progress Reports
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Invaders in the NWT (pdf/903.65 KB)

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Brochure explaining the importance of reporting invasive plants and animals in the NWT.

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Wildlife and nature
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Brochures
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Invaders in the NWT (pdf/903.65 KB)

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2015 Vérification environnementale TNO - Brochure
English version of 2015 NWT Environmental Audit Brochure
Brochure outlining the process for the 2015 NWT Environmental Audit; includes FAQs

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Documents
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Programme de réduction et de récupération des déchets Rapport annuel 2015-2016
English: Waste Reduction and Recovery Program 2015-2016 Annual Report

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Wildlife File Report 99. Resident Hunter Harvest Study, Summary Report, NWT 1988/89.

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File Reports
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Climate Change Information Note
Aussi disponsible en anglais : Pan-Territorial Adaptation Partnership Outreach

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Wildlife File Report 60. Composition of the Beverly Herd March & April 1982.

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File Reports
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File
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Wildlife File Report 15. A Population Estimate for the Melville Peninsula Caribou Herd 1976

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File Reports
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Wildlife Manuscript Report 169. Larter N.C., D. Johnson and D. Allaire. 2006. Aerial Wildlife Survey of the Edehzhie Candidate Protected Area and Vicinity, February 2003. 38 pp.

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Research and data, Wildlife and nature
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Manuscript Reports
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Wildlife Manuscript Report 126. Gunn, A., B. Fournier and R. Morrison. 2000. Seasonal Movements and Distribution of Satellite-collared Caribou Cows on the Boothia and Simpson Peninsula Areas, Northwest Territories, 1991-93. 77 pp.

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Manuscript Reports
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Wildlife Manuscript Report 89. Larter, N.C. and J.A. Nagy. 1996. Caribou Collection, Banks Island, November 1993 to February 1994. 54 pp.

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Manuscript Reports
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Fish Health Study Metals Oilsands

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Contaminants and recycling, Research and data, Water, Wildlife and nature
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Studies
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File
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Wildlife Manuscript Report 54. Inuvialuit Wildlife Studies: Western Arctic Wolf Research Project Progress Report April 1989 – January 1991. Clarkson. P.L. and I. Liepins. 1992. 32 pp.

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Manuscript Reports
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File
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Geographical Information System (GIS) Capacities in the Northwest Territories.
The Canadian Biodiversity Strategy calls for the development of information management systems to facilitate the
rapid analysis and distribution of biological and biophysical data and information. GIS is recognized as one of the
most efficient ways to share and analyze data and information between organizations involved in landscape-level
resource and ecological management.

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Forest resources, Research and data
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Fact Sheets
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