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.
Wildlife Manuscript Report 148. Larter, N.C. and J. Nagy, 2003. Upland Barren Habitat of Southern Banks Island Excluded from Grazing by Large Herbivores for Five Years: Effect on Above Ground Standing Crop. 19 pp.
NERB Volume 2 Issue 9: Caribou, Mining Operations and the Zone of Influence
NWT Environmental Research Bulletin - A 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.
Wildlife and nature, Contaminants and recycling, Research and data, Wildlife and nature