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Further Climatological Studies of Baffin Island, Northwest Territories.

Canada. Environment Canada. Inland Waters Directorate.

Further Climatological Studies of Baffin Island, Northwest Territories.

by Canada. Environment Canada. Inland Waters Directorate.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


Edition Notes

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SeriesIWD technical bulletin -- 65
ContributionsBarry, R.G.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21892107M

The Prairie Arctic Council Nunavut and Northwest Territories Initiative began with the reps attending a convention of the Greater Northwest Territorial Federation of Labour, to introduce them and to promote the development of a Safer Schools and Communities program to be sponsored by organized labour in the territories. Baffin Island is the biggest island in Canada, the 5th largest in the world and is home to the elusive Narwhal, amongst many other animals!

Northwest Territories is one of the most northerly located provinces in Canada. About one third of its inhabitants are descendants from the original inhabitants. The colonization of Canada was much more peaceful than the colonization of America because there was a dialogue between the inhabitants and the colonists.   William Baffin, explorer (probably born in London, England, ca. ; died 23 January or in the Persian Gulf). One of the most proficient navigators of his time, he was chief pilot with Captain James Hall on his ill-fated voyage to Greenland in

The Northwest Territories Fathers' Rights Movement. likes. The Fathers' Rights Movement is a movement whose members, both men & women, are interested in seeing an equal custody presumption in Followers:   For three days this month, Iqaluit, the capital of Nunavut, one of Canada's Arctic territories, was the venue for this year's Canada-UK Colloquium. The Colloquium, involving politicians, diplomats.


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Further Climatological Studies of Baffin Island, Northwest Territories by Canada. Environment Canada. Inland Waters Directorate. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Further climatological studies of Baffin Island, Northwest Territories. [Roger G Barry] -- This report presents the results of studies in the climatology of Baffin Island, Northwest Territories, in the areas of flux divergence of water vapour, a. The Baffin Region was a region of the Northwest Territories, in use as an administrative and statistical division until the creation of Nunavut in The large majority of Baffin Region fell on the Nunavut side of the boundary and was reconstituted within the Further Climatological Studies of Baffin Island territory as the Qikiqtaaluk Region (also referred to as Baffin Region in some contexts).

Baffin Island (Inuktitut: ᕿᑭᖅᑖᓗᒃ, Qikiqtaaluk IPA: [qikiqtaːluk], French: Île de Baffin, Terre de Baffin), in the Canadian territory of Nunavut, is the largest island in Canada and the fifth-largest island in the area iskm 2 (, sq mi) and its population is ab ( census).

It is located in the region of 70° N and 75° elago: Arctic Archipelago. Baffin, northernmost and easternmost region of Nunavut territory, it was created as Baffin region, Northwest Territories, from most of what was formerly Franklin district, and it took on its present borders with the creation of Nunavut in April The largest of Nunavut’s three regions, Baffin extends southward from the northern tip of Ellesmere Island.

The Bylot Island and adjacent northeastern Baffin Island region probably has one of the most diverse and well-studied avifauna in the Canadian High Arctic. The most detailed information on birds of Bylot Island comes from studies by Tuck and Lemieux (), Van Tyne and Drury (), and Kempf et al.

(), supplemented by brief accounts pub. PDF | On Jan 1,James P. Syvitski and others published Sedimentology of an arctic Further Climatological Studies of Baffin Island Itirbilung Fiord, Baffin Island, Northwest Territories |.

Radiocarbon date l Baffin Bay, Baffin Island, Iceland, Labrador Sea, and the northern North Atlantic region "INSTAAR/OP" Includes bibliographical references (p. 5/5/ Also available via Internet. Arctic and Alpine Research 4(1), BARRY, R.

Meteorological aspects of the glacial history of Labrador-Ungava, with special reference to atmospheric vapour tansport. Geographical Bulletin 8, BARRY, R. Further climatological studies of Baffin Island, Northwest by: This comprehensive westbound voyage stands out for its compelling combination of West Greenland, in-depth exploration of the east coast of Baffin Island and the historic Northwest Passage.

Jaw dropping scenery, towering icebergs, thrilling wildlife encounters, Inuit community visits and fascinating history pervade this epic trip.

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/5(8).

The British claim to the area was based on the discoveries of Martin Frobisher (–) in the 16th century. Britain passed control of the islands to Canada inby means of an Imperial Order in Council, the Adjacent Territories Order, passed under the Royal Prerogative.

After the transfer Canada gradually incorporated the islands with Rupert's Land into the Northwest Government: Monarchy (constitutional). (northwest to southeast corridor from the Arctic Islands to the shores of western Hudson Bay) and the highest mountains in North America east of the Rockies (east-ern Baffin Island to northern Ellesmere Island).

This manual provides some insight File Size: 7MB. The biggest island in Canada (and fifth largest in the world), Baffin Island is a grand wild landscape, the spectacular homeland of the Inuit and an accessible Arctic playground for the adventurous.

It’s Baffin Island that draws the most visitors to. This iconic voyage explores the remote Northwest Passage and stunning fjords of the Baffin Island coastline. We follow in the footsteps of the early Arctic explorers such as Franklin, Amundsen and Larsen, while exploring the archipelago of islands and channels that create Canada’s high Arctic region aboard our celebrated expedition ship.

reported Baffii Island Current water at depths as great as m in Baffin Island fiords. The inner shelf habitat is defined to be those areas influenced by the Baffin Island Current. The Greenland Current flows below the BaEn Island Current. It is a relatively warm, saline water mass (0.

Arts, culture and festivals To appreciate modern Inuit culture, begin by exploring where it all started. Daytrip by boat, sled or dog team to the rocky island of Qaummaarviit, a territorial park rich with historic Thule archeological includes 3, tools, 20, bones, and 11 sod houses that really illustrate the living conditions of the region’s ancestral peoples.

The Northwest Territories covers an 1,area of square kilometres, almost 14 percent of Canada’s land mass. It spans km 2,north to south from the 60 th File Size: 7MB. Computations for an area of east Baffin Island, Northwest Territories, Canada, demonstrate that the occurrence of glaciers there is influenced both by elevation and by solar radiation.

Located in eastern Nunavut, Baffin Island is the largest in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago and the fifth largest island in the world with an area ofsq km (, sq mi). Almost connected to the Melville Peninsula, the island is separated from the continent by the Foxe Channel and the Gulf of Boothia, from northern Québec by the Hudson Strait, and from.

Nunavut (Baffin Island) Overview: The largest and newest territory of Canada, Nunavut means “our land” in Inuktitut, the Inuit language. Nunavut was officially separated from the vast Northwest Territories of Canada on April 1, as a result of the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement.

The creation of Nunavut marked the first major. Though Vikings may have visited Baffin Island (Helluland in the sagas), the first definitive European arrival was inwhen Martin Frobisher came seeking the Northwest Passage.

For the next years the Arctic saw more explorers (including Sir John Franklin, who disappeared here in ), whalers, traders and missionaries.Baffin Island Mark Synnott. Purchase this book.

Canada's largest island. International: North America. Rock N Road Tim Toula, Falcon Publishing. Purchase this book. Rock N Road: An Atlas of North American Climbing Areas, is a comprehensive listing of every chunk of protruding stone on the continent.Baffin Island encompasses both field research and High Arctic adventure.

The research trips to Baffin between and also served as a vital training ground in polar studies for university students; further, they represented a breakthrough in gender equality in government-sponsored science, thanks to the author's persistence in having Cited by: 3.