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Wildlife File Report 81. Distribution and Abundance of Dall's Sheep in the Southern Mackenzie Mountains, NWT

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File Reports
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Wildlife File Report 41. Caribou tagging project on the Koukdjuak River, Baffin Island, NT. 1982.

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File Reports
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Wildlife File Report 3. Summer Polar Bear Tagging on Mansel Island, NWT

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File Reports
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Wildlife Manuscript Report 152. Larter N.C., D. G. Allaire. 2003. Mackenzie Mountain Non-resident and Non-resident Alien Hunter Harvest Summary 2002. 46 pp.

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Manuscript Reports
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My Summer Camp (pdf/59.47 KB)

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A family does some hunting at their traditional summer camp.

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Conservation planning, Education and outreach, Hunting, trapping and harvesting
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Documents
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My Summer Camp (pdf/59.47 KB)

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Wildlife Manuscript Report 115. Carriere, S. 1999. Small Mammal Survey in the Northwest Territories 1998. 22 pp.

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Manuscript Reports
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Wildlife Manuscript Report 78. MacLean, N. 1994. Population size and composition of moose in the Fort Good Hope area, NWT, November 1992. 18 pp.

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Manuscript Reports
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Préparation et cuisson sécuritaires du gibier (oiseaux compris)

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The Single Use Retail Bag Program (SRBP) requires distributors to submit quarterly reports.

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Contaminants and recycling
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Forms
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Wildlife Manuscript Report 41. Case, R. and T. Ellsworth. 1991. Distribution and abundance of muskoxen and Peary caribou on southern Ellesmere Island, NWT, July 1989. 23 pp.

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Manuscript Reports
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Wildlife File Report 115. Tundra Esker Systems and Denning By Grizzly Bears, Wolves, Foxes and Ground Squirrels in the Central Arctic, NT

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Research and data, Wildlife and nature
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File Reports
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Wildlife Manuscript Report 3. Polar Bear Denning Survey, Eskimo Point 1978. E.D. Fast. 1980. 22 pp.

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Manuscript Reports
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Climate change
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Fact Sheets
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Paper Birch (pdf/996.83 KB)

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Information on the paper birth tree including its traditional uses and used by wildlife.

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Fire, Wildlife and nature
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Fact Sheets
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Paper Birch (pdf/996.83 KB)

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Wildlife File Report 139. 139. Anthrax Emergency Response Plan (AERP)

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Research and data, Wildlife and nature
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File Reports
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pH fact sheet (pdf/120.01 KB)

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pH fact sheet

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Water
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Fact Sheets
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pH fact sheet (pdf/120.01 KB)

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Guide provides Yellowknife residential property owners with options for remediating arsenic contaminated soils.

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Contaminants and recycling
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Guidelines
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Wildlife File Report 85. Beverly Caribou Calving Ground Survey, June 2-14, 1987.

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File Reports
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Wildlife File Report 45. Population Status of Introduced Reindeer on the Belcher Islands, NT March 1982.

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File Reports
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The NWT Environmental Research Bulletins (NERB) are series of brief plain language summaries of various environmental research findings in the Northwest Territories. If you’re conducting environmental research in the NWT, consider sharing your information with northern residents in a bulletin. These research summaries are also of use to northern resource decision-makers.

Impacts of Linear Development on Fish
Linear developments such as roads, pipelines and seismic lines usually cross
water bodies. This can have an impact on fish and fish habitat. Impacts can
include the blocking of migration routes that prevents fish from feeding,
spawning and accessing over-wintering areas, or contamination from leaks
and spills that poison fish or the food fish eat.

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Contaminants and recycling, Research and data, Water, Wildlife and nature
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Fact Sheets
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