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11. Water
12. Air
13. Permafrost
14. Vegetation
15. Wildlife
16. Species at Risk
17. Genetic Resources
 
11.1 Trends in winter flow in NWT rivers
 
11.2 Trends in Slave River flows
 
11.3 Trends in Great Slave Lake levels
 
11.4 Trends in turbidity in the Slave and Hay Rivers
 
11.5 Trends in sulphate in the Slave River
 
11.6 Trends in water quality from three rivers on the Taiga Shield and Taiga Plains of the NWT
 
12.1 Criteria Air Contaminants Indicator
 
13.1 Ground temperature in permafrost zones
 
13.2 Trends in active-layer thickness in the NWT
 
13.3 Trends in thermokarst in the NWT
 
14.1 Land cover type by ecozones
 
14.2 Position of treeline
 
14.3 Annual area burned and number of fires
 
14.4 Trends in alien plant species
 
14.5 Status of species harmful to forests in the NWT
 
14.6 Trends in shrub cover above treeline
 
15.1 Trends in willow ptarmigan and grouse in tundra-taiga ecosystem
 
15.2 Trends in small mammals and hares in NWT ecosystems
 
15.3 Trends in Dall's sheep in mountain ecosystems
 
15.4 Trends in barren-ground caribou population size in tundra-taiga ecosystems
 
15.5 Trends in range expansions of mammals
 
15.6 Trends in number of introduced and alien mammals, birds and fish
 
15.7 Trends in winter tick in moose
 
15.8 Trends in bird populations
 
15.9 Status of Dolly Varden and Bull Trout in a Changing Water Regime
 
16.1 Trends in the Species at Risk Index (SARI)
 
16.2 Trends in NWT populations of species at risk
 
16.3 Status of Peary Caribou in a changing climate
 
16.4 Status of peregrine falcons in a less contaminated world
 
16.5 Status of Polar Bear and changing sea ice
 
16.6 Status of woodland caribou in a changing landscape
 
17.1 Status of endemic and rare species in the NWT