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A faunal investigation of southern Baffin Island
J. Dewey Soper
|Statement||by J. Dewey Soper.|
|Series||Bulletin -- no. 53, Biological series -- no. 15, Bulletin (National Museum of Canada) -- no. 53., Bulletin (National Museum of Canada) -- no. 15.|
|Contributions||National Museum of Canada.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 143 p.,  fold. leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||143|
Baffin Island (Inuktitut: ᕿᑭᖅᑖᓗᒃ, Qikiqtaaluk }} IPA: [qikiqtaːluk], French: Île de Baffin, Terre de Baffin , formerly Baffin Land), in the Canadian territory of Nunavut, is the largest island in Canada and the fifth-largest island in the area is , km 2 (, sq mi) and its population as of the Canadian Census.
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A Faunal Investigation of Southern Baffin Island [Canada Department of Mines, National Museum of Canada, Bulletin No. 53, Biological Series No. 15] Paperback – January 1, by J. Dewey Soper Author: J. Dewey Soper. Get this from a library. A faunal investigation of southern Baffin island.
[J Dewey Soper; Alice E Wilson]. © University Libraries, University of New Mexico, MSC05Albuquerque, NM() UNM is New Mexico's Flagship University. In southern Baffin Island there are remnants of a limestone and shale formation that was originally quite extensive.
A few fossils are known from the western and central portions of this part of the island, and many more from near the head of Frobisher Bay on the southeastern coast. Southern Baffin Island: An Account of Exploration, Investigation and Settlement During the Past Fifty Years - with Appendix The Crossing of Baffin Island to Foxe Basin by Bernard A.
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A faunal investigation of southern Baffin island. AES guidelines for co-operative climatic autostations, Version Unpubl. document available from Climate Information Branch, Atmospheric Environment Service, (). Brooke Milne, UWO Page 1 10/23/ Investigating Pre-Dorset Inland Occupations on Southern Baffin Island (Nunavut Archaeology Permit 06A) S.
Brooke Milne During the summer field season, S. Brooke Milne (University of Western Ontario) conducted archaeological. Hunted for 2, years for their tough hides and rich oil, Baffin Island walrus was a depleted, scarce resource by One photograph in the collection is apparently a walrus, but the detail is faded; it was rare enough to have warranted a picture.
The economic importance of walrus hide, oil, and ivory is detailed in Farley Mowat's The. Baffin Island, by world-renowned adventurer, filmmaker and writer Mark Synnott, is the first comprehensive guide to Canada's largest island (fifth largest in the world), which is quickly becoming known as a premiere destination for adventure travellers and thrill-seekers alike.
Beautifully illustrated with stunning photos and detailed maps, Baffin Island is the best available volume for anyone 5/5(1). Geology, U – Pb, and Pb – Pb geochronology of the Lake Harbour area, southern Baffin Island: implications for the Paleoproterozoic tectonic evolution of northeastern Laurentia.
David J. Scott. Published on the web 08 April A geochronological investigation of metasedimentary rocks from southern Baffin Island using the Geological Survey of Canada SHRIMP II (sensitive high-resolution ion microprobe) has characterized the ages of detrital zircon populations to determine their provenance, bracket timing of deposition, and distinguish potentially distinct sequences of rocks.
A Faunal Investigation of Southern Baffin Island, Physical geography Papers on the Canadian Eastern Arctic in Relation to the R.C.M.P., Eskimos, Wildlife, Exploratory Surveying and Other Matters of General Interest, second was devoted to widespread investigations in south-central and southwestern Baliin Island from 19•4 to The results of these first two expeditions, together with many notes by earlier nat- uralists, were published in 'A Faunal Investigation of Southern Baffin Island,' To secure a complete picture of the avifaunal.
Download the fireflower or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. A Faunal Investigation Of Southern Baffin Island. Author by: J. Dewey Soper Languange: en Publisher by: Canada Department of Mines Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 82 Total Download: A Faunal Investigation of Southern Baffin Island (National Museum of Canada, Bulletin No.
53; Biological Series, No. 15) Soper, J. Dewey Published by F. Acland, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, Ottawa (). site on southern Baffin Island. Micro-debitage analysis and systematic core sampling are proposed as a combined strategy to facilitate future investigations of Pre-Dorset occupations in this region.
Introduction The coastal regions of southern Baffin Island are characterized by extensive rock outcrops, low-lying wetlands, and thick vegetation. On southern Baffin Island, in the eastern Canadian Arctic (), our efforts to understand ancient human mobility have been focused on developing a chert provenance technique to determine how Palaeo-Eskimo hunter-gatherers moved between seasonal camps on the coast and in the interior (Milne et al.,Milne et al.,ten Bruggencate et al., ), and to determine the role played.
Praise for Baffin Island: This book tells the story of expeditions to central Baffin in the years from to – and what a great story it is. The events of each year are laid out in an entertaining and informative manner.
We learn about the difficult negotiations over financial support back in Ottawa, the exciting (and hair-raising. SOPER, J. DEWEY. A Faunal investigation of southern Baffin Island. Nat. Mus. Canada, Bull.
53, biol. series no. 15, pp., 7 pls., 1 fig. (map). Explorations in Foxe Peninsula and along the west coast of Baffin Island. Geograph. Rev., vol. 20, pp.21 fig. (2 maps). STEFANSSON, VILHJALMUR. Browse and buy a vast selection of Arctic Books and Collectibles on Passion for books.
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OSBORN, Sherard. Facts about Baffin Island 3: the mating season of polar bear. In Baffin Island, polar bear mate every year. In March, the female polar bears usually deliver 1 to 3 cubs. Facts about Baffin Island 4: the female polar bear. The female polar bears will try to find out. Southern Baffin Island GEORGE SABO III’ and JOHN D.
JACOBS* ABSTRACT. An archaeological sequence of Neo-Eskimo occupations, based upon ex- cavations of eight Thule winter houses near Lake Harbour, Baffin Island, is outlined, beginning around A.D. and extending into the present century. Relationships be.
BAFFIN ISLAND George Miksch Sutton* and David F. Parmeleef I N SUMMER the writers carried out field work near the head of Frobisher Bay from June 14 to August An eighteen-square-mile area, most of ‘A faunal investigation of southern Baffin Island.
A faunal investigation of southern Baffin Island. Nat. Mus. Canada Bull. 53 (Biol. Ser., No. 15). (incl. 7 pls.), map. Ornithological results of the Baffin Island expeditions of andtogether with more recent records. Auk 63(1):pls.2 map;s., pp.
SUTTON, G. The birds of Southampton Island. The earliest mention of Baffin () was as a member of Captain James Hall’s expedition in search of the Northwest Passage. Aboard the Discovery with Captain Robert Bylot (), Baffin explored Hudson Strait, which separates Canada from Baffin Baffin again sailed as pilot of the Discovery and penetrated Baffin Bay some miles ( km) farther than the English navigator.
The medieval Landnámabók (The Book of Settlements) describes in considerable detail the settlement of Iceland in the 9th and 10th centuries AD. Greenland, the largest island in the world, lies mostly north of the Arctic Circle and is separated from Canada on the west by Davis Strait and Baffin Bay and Iceland on the east by the Denmark Strait.
Baffin Island: Disappearing ice and climate evidence INSTAAR scientist Giff Miller has been traveling to Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canada, nearly every summer for more than 40 years. His team of researchers and students study the landscape and ice cap left from the Pleistocene, now rapidly melting.
Browse and buy a vast selection of Arctic Books and Collectibles on Key words: arctic birds, avifauna, avian distribution, Baffin Island, Bylot Island RESUME. Nos observations d'oiseaux dans la region de l'ile Bylot entre etet en particulier dans la region du sudouest depuisont permis de recenser une avifaune de 63 especes, dont 35 nicheuses.
The polar bear, Thalarctos maritimus, (Phipps) enjoys such colloquial names as: “ice-bear,” “sea-bear,” “ice-tiger” and “ice-king.”In view of its large size and its supremacy over the other beasts of the ice-floes it well deserves these epithets.
Primarily the polar bear is an animal of the broken arctic pack ice and is found in greatest numbers along the southern edge of the pack. III, NO. 3, PP. (17 PLS., 1 TEXT FIG., 1 MAP.). NOVEM CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE GEOLOGY OF FOXE LAND, BAFFIN ISLAND.
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If you type that number in the museum's website search engine you reveal a fascinating entry about a mysterious 14th century wooden carving found on Baffin Island of a person in a tunic.
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Arctic - Arctic - Whale fisheries and the fur trade: Many advances in geographic knowledge came about directly or indirectly because of the whale fisheries that flourished in the Arctic for three centuries. Much of the geographic knowledge accumulated by the whalers was never recorded and died with them; some, especially in the early days, was deliberately suppressed so as to keep it from.The largest island in Canada – and fifth largest in the world – trips to Baffin Island offer opportunities to observe Arctic wildlife in their natural, unspoiled habitats.
Located in Nunavut, travellers to Baffin Island are able to encounter unique wildlife close-up, travel on land and sea among vast landscapes and enjoy all of the wonders. The day I visited Mt.
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