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Howling Arctic ; the remarkable people who made Canada sovereign in the Farthest North

Roy Price

Howling Arctic ; the remarkable people who made Canada sovereign in the Farthest North

by Roy Price

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Published by Ray Price in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nord Canadien -- Descriptions et voyages,
  • Nord Canadien -- Biographies,
  • Esquimaux -- Canada

  • Edition Notes

    5

    The Physical Object
    Pagination284 p.
    Number of Pages284
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22211136M

    6 The Canadian arCTiC expediTion, – Also in February , the crew of Alaska, other trappers and traders wintering along the coast, and several Inuit were afflicted with what they suspected was scurvy. Recognizing the lack of variety in their diet, they began eating more Size: 1MB. The British Arctic territories, now known as the Arctic Archipelago (excepting islands in Hudson Bay, which were part of Rupert's Land) were claimed by the United Kingdom in North region was part of British North America.. The British claim to the area was based on the discoveries of Martin Frobisher (–) in the 16th century. Britain passed control of Government: Monarchy (constitutional).

      The Arctic Circle is a parallel or line of latitude at approximately 66°33’ N that marks the border of the Arctic, the northernmost region of Earth. The geographic point at the centre of Arctic Circle is the North Pole. In Canada, communities located close to this cartographic boundary include Old Crow in the Yukon, Fort McPherson in the. Circumpolar Military Facilities of the Arctic Five – last updated: January Ernie Regehr, O.C., and Michelle Jackett, M.A. Page 6 of 91 CANADA 1. Security Assets based in the North for Operations in the NorthFile Size: 3MB.

      Mountains made up of ancient sedimentary rocks overlook the Dismal Lakes. This is the edge of the polar tundra environment of Arctic Canada, the final flanks of the boreal forest. Adrian, our Inuit wildlife monitor (there to make sure we don’t have any unwanted encounters with grizzly bears), points out the blueberry bushes and caribou tracks. ARCTIC VOL. 62, NO. 1 (MARCH ) P. 83–95 Polynyas and Tidal Currents in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago ChArles G. hAnnAh,1,2 FrédériC duPonT3 and MiChAel dunPhy1 (Received 17 September ; accepted in revised form 14 April )ABsTrACT. A tidal model of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago was used to map the strength of the tidal currents, tidal mixing.


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