2 edition of Soils of the Slave River lowland in the Northwest Territories found in the catalog.
Soils of the Slave River lowland in the Northwest Territories
J. H. Day
by Soil Research Institute, Central Experimental Farm in Ottawa
Written in English
|Statement||[by] J. H. Day.|
|LC Classifications||S599.1.N6 D385|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||73330796|
I've been on a northern adventure. I spent the end of winter in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, and was recently stationed in Fort Simpson. While on the Mackenzie River, I found a few rocks. Nothing too exciting, but some shell and sea floor fossils. Here's what rocks up there look like. The Lowland by Jhumpa Lahiri is a work of fiction that follows two brothers born only 15 months apart in Tollygunge who embark on two very different roads in life. Although they are inseparable as children, they have opposite natures and fate will put them on very different paths.
EA-PS. Raup: Mackenzie River Basin Vegetation deeply dissected by the principal tributaries of the Mackenzie: the Atha– baska, Peace, and Liard rivers. The plateau itself, away from the major streams, is rather poorly drained. Its surface rises gradually from west to east. THE LOWLAND takes a while to get going. After a great opening chapter, the novel gets bogged down in politics and minutiae about the Naxalite movement. Lahiri clearly did her research a list of sources is at the back of the book but there’s more historical background here than we need.
Book your tickets online for Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories: See 9 reviews, articles, and 28 photos of Great Slave Lake, ranked No on Tripadvisor among 78 attractions in Northwest Territories/5(9). There are lots of mountains, lakes, forests, and rivers in the Northwest Territories. The N.W.T. has four special lakes and rivers, the Mackenzie river (the longest river in Canada), Great Bear Lake (biggest lake in Canada),Great Slave Lake (the deepest lake in Canada) and the Nahanni river, home of Virginia falls.
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Experimental Farms Service.] -- Approximately 73% of the Slave River Lowland is suitable for potential agricultural development. The Slave River is a Canadian river that flows from the confluence of the Rivière des Rochers and Peace River in northeastern Alberta and empties into Great Slave Lake in the Northwest river's name is thought to derive from the name for the Slavey group of the Dene First Nations, Deh Gah Got'ine, in the Athabaskan language.
The Chipewyan had displaced other native people from ⁃ location: Peace-Athabasca Delta. Category: Canadian Northwest Territories. View Categories / Canadian Northwest Territories. Sort. Showing of 13th Annual Nunavik Inuit Elders' Conference aupaluk, Nunavik August September 5, Soils of the Slave River Lowland in the Northwest Territories.
By: Day, J.H. The Great Slave Lowland of the Taiga Shield is an 11, km2 low-elevation granitic bedrock plain along the north shore of Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories.
his is a list of rivers that are in whole or partly in the Northwest Territories, Canada. Hay River (Xátł’odehchee / xátɬ’odɛhtʃʰe /), known as "the Hub of the North," is a town in the Northwest Territories, Canada, located on the south shore of Great Slave Lake, at the mouth of the Hay town is separated into two sections, a new town and an old town with the Hay River/Merlyn Carter Airport between them.
The town is in the South Slave Region, and along with Fort Region: South Slave Region. Abstract. Northern Canada, the vast, sparsely populated region of Canada affected by permafrost, encompasses about half (5 × 10 6 km 2) of the country and includes the Arctic and Subarctic zones and portions of the Boreal region, which is composed of the Northwest Territories, Nunavut (formerly the eastern portion of the Northwest Territories), the Yukon, and the northern portions Cited by: 1.
The Peace River Lowland is a gently rolling lowland without clearly defined outer boundaries, extending east of the Rocky Mountains on both sides of the Peace River, sloping downward to the north and gh it is often called a "lowland," the landform region is part of the high plains of western Alberta.
Geological Survey of Canada Current Research Characteristics of glacial Lake McConnell clay, Great Slave Lowland, Northwest Territories A.A. Aden, S.A. W olfe, J.B. Percival, and A. Grenier.
The Great Slave Lowland is located along the northwestern shore of Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories, Canada (Fig. 1a, b). This km 2 land area occupies poorly-drained low relief terrain characterized by numerous water bodies separated by fens, peatlands, mixed woodlands, white birch (Betula papyrifera) and black spruce (Picea Cited by: Geology.
The Northwest Territories contains the Mackenzie dike swarm, which is the largest dike swarm known on Earth. Around 1, million years ago, the Slave craton was partly uplifted and intruded by the giant Mackenzie dyke swarm, radiating from a mantle plume center west of Victoria was the last major event affecting the core of the Slave craton, although some younger.
Northwest Territories Geography. Northwest Territories is a massive slice of land; one dominated by the Mackenzie Mountains, Mackenzie River and two of the planet's largest lakes. Part of its land is above the Arctic Circle, including Banks Island, nearly half of Victoria Island, and a few additional islands to the north of Melville Sound.
The Great Slave Lowland is located along the northwestern shore of Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories, Canada (Fig. 1a, b). This km2 land area occupies poorly-drained low relief terrain charac-terized by numerous water bodies separated by fens, peatlands, mixed woodlands, white birch (Betula papyrifera) and black spruce (PiceaCited by: The Slave River is the largest transboundary river in the Northwest Territories and it is an integral component of the Mackenzie River Basin, contributing approximately 75% of.
The Slave River is a Canadian river that flows from Lake Athabasca in northeastern Alberta and empties into Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories.
The river’s name is thought to derive from the name for the Slavey group of the Dene First Nations, Deh Gah Got’ine, in the Athabaskan language, and has nothing to do with slavery. The Slave River has a course km in length and a watershed of approximatelykm imately 20 km northeast of the community of Fort Resolution, Northwest Territories (NWT) (N61° ′, W° ′), the river drains into Great Slave Lake, where it splits into multiple channels to form the Slave River Delta (Prowse et al.,Prowse et al., ) ().Cited by: Northwest Territories has 24 books on Goodreads with 1 rating.
Northwest Territories’s most popular book is The Statutes Of Ohio And Of The Northwestern. The Great Slave Lowland is part of the Taiga Shield High Boreal (HB) ecoregion, lying between (present Great Slave Lake level) and m as.l.
It forms a pl. ain along the north shore of Great Slave Lake (ECG ). The surficial sediments of the region were deposited in Glacial Lake McConnell (Fig 1), a large Wisconsinan ure.
Ecological patterns of fish distribution in the Slave River Delta region, Northwest Territories, Canada, as relayed by traditional knowledge and Western science. International Journal of Water Resources Development: Vol. 34, No. 2, pp. Cited by: 2. The Canadian soil classification system is unique to Canada and separates Canada's soil into ten different types, or orders.
Orders are further subdivided into great groups, subgroups, families and series. The soils are divided into orders by factors such as salt content, amount of clay, amount of organic.The Slave River Delta, Northwest Territories, Canada The Slave River has a course km in length and a watershed of approximatelykm2.
Approximately 20 km northeast of the community of Fort Resolution, Northwest Territories (NWT) (N61° ′, W° ′), the river drains into Great Slave Lake, where it splits into.In The Lowland, Udayan Mitra, one of the two brothers in the story, gets pulled into India's nascent communist movement that kicked into high gear in the 60s, especially in the state of West Bengal where a fair portion of the novel is set.
The world's largest democracy has had brushes with communism for decades now, the origins of which can be traced to two farmer-driven movements in the s.