Resources

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This is a morning update on the status of water levels on the Hay River and its tributaries produced by the Environment and Natural Resources hydrology group.

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mai 2022
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Reports
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File
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mai 2022
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Water, Monitoring
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Reports
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File
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mai 2022
Resource Category: 
Water, Monitoring
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Reports
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File
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mai 2022
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Water, Monitoring
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Reports
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File
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mai 2022
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Documents
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File
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mai 2022
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Reports
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The Government of the Northwest Territories maintains water monitoring stations across the territory to keep track of water levels and flow rates in areas of potential flood risk for communities.

This information is provided regularly to territorial and regional emergency managers to help understand the status of waterways across the NWT in the lead-up to, and during spring break-up – the highest-risk period for floods in the Northwest Territories. This is the report for May 6, 2022. (en anglais seulement)

Publication date: 
mai 2022
Resource Category: 
Water, Monitoring
Resource Type: 
Reports
Type of resource: 
File
Description: 

Bulletin de recherche sur l’environnement des TNO (BRET) - Volume 7, #38

Publication date: 
mai 2022
Resource Category: 
Research and data, Monitoring, Conservation planning, Climate change
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Documents
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File
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NWT Environmental Research Bulletin (Nerb) - Volume 7, #37

Publication date: 
mai 2022
Resource Category: 
Research and data, Monitoring, Conservation planning, Climate change
Resource Type: 
Documents
Type of resource: 
File
Description: 

The Government of the Northwest Territories maintains water monitoring stations across the territory to keep track of water levels and flow rates in areas of potential flood risk for communities.

This information is provided regularly to territorial and regional emergency managers to help understand the status of waterways across the NWT in the lead-up to, and during spring break-up – the highest-risk period for floods in the Northwest Territories. This is the report for May 5, 2022. (en anglais seulement)

Publication date: 
mai 2022
Resource Category: 
Water
Resource Type: 
Reports
Type of resource: 
File
Description: 

The Government of the Northwest Territories maintains water monitoring stations across the territory to keep track of water levels and flow rates in areas of potential flood risk for communities.

This information is provided regularly to territorial and regional emergency managers to help understand the status of waterways across the NWT in the lead-up to, and during spring break-up – the highest-risk period for floods in the Northwest Territories. This is the report for May 4, 2022

Publication date: 
mai 2022
Resource Category: 
Water, Monitoring
Resource Type: 
Reports
Type of resource: 
File
Description: 

The Government of the Northwest Territories maintains water monitoring stations across the territory to keep track of water levels and flow rates in areas of potential flood risk for communities.

This information is provided regularly to territorial and regional emergency managers to help understand the status of waterways across the NWT in the lead-up to, and during spring break-up – the highest-risk period for floods in the Northwest Territories. This is the report for May 2, 2022

Publication date: 
mai 2022
Resource Category: 
Water
Resource Type: 
Reports
Type of resource: 
File
Description: 

A guide to species in the Northwest Territories currently listed, or under consideration for listing, under federal and territorial species at risk legislation, 2020 edition.

Publication date: 
mai 2022
Resource Category: 
Wildlife and nature, Research and data, Monitoring, Conservation planning, Climate change
Resource Type: 
Documents
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File
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This report provides a summary of the work done between April 1, 2018 and March 31, 2020 to meet the commitments of the Alberta-Northwest Territories Bilateral Water Management Agreement. The report is based on technical reports. Links to the full text of the original reports, where available, are provided in Appendix A.

Publication date: 
avril 2022
Resource Category: 
Water, Research and data
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Reports
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File
Publication date: 
avril 2022
Resource Category: 
Forest resources
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Reports
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File

2021-2025 NWT Species (pdf/28.85 Mo)

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General status ranks of wild species in the Northwest Territories 2021-2025

Publication date: 
avril 2022
Resource Category: 
Wildlife and nature
Resource Type: 
Documents
Type of resource: 
File

2021-2025 NWT Species (pdf/28.85 Mo)

NWT Species - general status ranks of wild species in the NWT 2021-2025
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Breaking Trail: Building Capacity and Resilience within the Conservation Network

Whether traveling by snowmachine, dog team, on foot, or coming together around the board room table or online, working together and learning from each other is essential to making progress. The purpose of this gathering is to learn from others who have broken trail before and create connections with those who are on a similar journey. The main themes are management planning and Indigenous law, language revitalization and place name mapping, and guardians and climate change.

Publication date: 
avril 2022
Resource Category: 
Conservation planning
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Documents
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File
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326. Estimates of Breeding Females & Adult Herd Size and Analyses of Demographics for the Bathurst Herd of Barren-ground Caribou: 2021 Calving Ground Photographic Survey. 151pp. Adamczewski, J., J. Boulanger, J. Williams, D. Cluff, K. Clark, J. Nishi, S. Goodman, K. Chan and R. Abernethy. 2022.

  • En anglais seulement
Publication date: 
avril 2022
Resource Category: 
Wildlife and nature, Research and data, Monitoring
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Manuscript Reports
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File
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325. Estimates of Breeding Females & Adult Herd Size and Analyses of Demographics for the Bluenose-East Herd of Barren-ground Caribou: 2021 Calving Ground Photographic Survey. 102pp.  Boulanger, J., J. Adamczewski, J. Williams, D. Cluff, K. Clark, S. Goodman, K. Chan and R. Abernethy. 2022.

  • En anglais seulement
Publication date: 
avril 2022
Resource Category: 
Wildlife and nature, Research and data, Monitoring
Resource Type: 
Manuscript Reports
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File
Publication date: 
avril 2022
Resource Category: 
Education and outreach
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Documents
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File

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