Resources

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Wildlife File Report 151. Mackenzie Bison Management Plan, 2018.   Mackenzie Bison Working Group.

Publication date: 2018

Resource Category: Wildlife and Nature

Resource type: File

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March 2018
Resource Type: 
File Reports
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File
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Application form to apply for funding from the Waste Reduction and Recycling Initiative (WRRI).

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March 2018
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Contaminants and recycling
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Forms
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File
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Hazardous Waste Carrier Registration Form - Fillable PDF, Bilingual

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March 2018
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Contaminants and recycling
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Forms
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File
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Comparing Kidney Histology: Moose Harvested in the Mackenzie Valley versus the Mackenzie Mountains 2018

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March 2018
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Manuscript Reports
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File
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Manuscript Report 271. Survey of Dall's Sheep in the Northern Richardson Mountains. June 2014.

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March 2018
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Wildlife and nature
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Manuscript Reports
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File
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Annual report by the Forest Management Division of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources on forest health conditions across the NWT. The forest health program monitors whether or not the forest has the capacity for renewal after a wide range of disturbances, for the retention of its ecological resiliency while meeting current and future needs of NWT residents. The focus of the forest health program has been on monitoring insect and disease impacts in the NWT forests. However, since 2015, FMD has also been recording abiotic disturbances to address the uncertainty of forest ecosystem response to a changing climate. Examples of abiotic disturbances recorded during monitoring surveys include: drought symptoms (reddening of foliage, sun scalding scars, stunted and gnarled foliage), flooding, wind and snow damage, land slumps, and permafrost related disturbance (“drunken forest” phenomenon). General decline of some tree species is also tracked. 

Publication date: 
March 2018
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Forest resources
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Reports
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File

IRMA guidelines 2018-19 (pdf/705.07 KB)

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March 2018
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Guidelines
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File

IRMA guidelines 2018-19 (pdf/705.07 KB)

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Field Guide LADY BEETLES of the Northwest Territories

Guide d'information LES COCCINELLES des Territoires du Nord-Ouest

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March 2018
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Wildlife and nature
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Brochures
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File
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Ts’ude niline Tu’eyeta (Tsoo-den-ee-len Too-yuh-ta), or Ramparts River and Wetlands, is an area of prime northern boreal forest approximately 15,000 km2 in size. It is a rich cultural area that lies west of the Mackenzie River and the community of Fort Good Hope.

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February 2018
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Conservation planning
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Fact Sheets
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File
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The Dinàgà Wek’èhodì (dee-na-ga wek-a-ho-dee) Candidate Area is an area of approximately 790 km2 in the northern portion of the north arm of Great Slave Lake. 

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February 2018
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Conservation planning
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Fact Sheets
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File
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The Ka’a’gee Tu (kah-gee-too) Candidate Area is approximately 9,600 km². It is situated in the south-eastern corner of the Dehcho region and includes a large portion of the Kakisa River watershed.

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February 2018
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Conservation planning
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Fact Sheets
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File
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Łue Túé Sųlái (Clue-way Two-eh Tsu-lie) is also known as the Five Fish Lakes. It includes Ezáa Łue Túe (Ekali Lake), Tł’onie Túé (Sanguez Lake), Tłįtętįį (Gargan Lake), Dechį Náʔa (Deep Lake) and Tthets’éhk’e’ (McGill Lake). The area is located in the Dehcho Region near Jean Marie River and is approximately 180 km² in size.

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February 2018
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Conservation planning
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Fact Sheets
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File
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The purpose of the Guideline for Hazardous Waste Management document is to:
• provide guidance to industrial, commercial, and institutional operators in the Northwest Territories (NWT) on the proper management of hazardous waste;
• increase awareness of the different types of hazardous waste; and
• support the tracking of hazardous waste from generation to final treatment/disposal.

Publication date: 
February 2018
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Contaminants and recycling
Resource Type: 
Guidelines
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File
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CIMP - Boots on the Ground video 

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February 2018
Resource Type: 
Studies
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Video
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The Department of Environment and Natural Resources maintains a database of hazardous material spills reported in the Northwest Territories since 1971. This report briefly summarizes the data collected for spills reported in 2016.

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February 2018
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Contaminants and recycling
Resource Type: 
Reports
Type of resource: 
File
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Saoyú (saw-you) and ʔehdacho (eh-dah-cho) are two major peninsulas on the west side of Great Bear Lake, totaling 5,550 km2. These peninsulas form the Saoyú-ʔehdacho National Historic Site.

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February 2018
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Conservation planning
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Fact Sheets
Type of resource: 
File
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Ejié Túé Ndáde (Eh-jzhe-twé-in-DA-deh), also known as Buffalo Lake, River and Trails, is an area of approximately 2,180 km² in the southeastern corner of the Dehcho region. The candidate area includes the western portion of Ejié Túé (Buffalo Lake) and Ejié Túé Dehé (Buffalo River).

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February 2018
Resource Category: 
Conservation planning
Resource Type: 
Fact Sheets
Type of resource: 
File
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The Guideline for the Management of Waste Lead and Lead Paint is intended to:
• Provide guidance to industrial, commercial, and institutional (ICI) operators in the Northwest Territories (NWT) on the proper management of waste lead and lead paint;
• Increase awareness and provide a brief introduction to the different types of waste lead and lead paint; and,
• Support the tracking of hazardous waste from generation to final treatment/disposal.

Publication date: 
February 2018
Resource Category: 
Contaminants and recycling
Resource Type: 
Guidelines
Type of resource: 
File

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