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Assessing Thule Inuit impacts on High Arctic lakes and ponds : a paleolimnological approach
Until recently it has been widely believed that significant anthropogenic influences on the environment began in Canada following the onset of European colonization. However, our paleolimnological data indicate that ...
Diatoms as Bioindicators of Environmental Change in Cape Herschel and Pim Island (Nunavut, Canada) Ponds
The High Arctic is especially sensitive to climatic change, but typically direct long-term monitoring data are lacking. Instead, paleolimnological approaches are now widely used to reconstruct past environmental changes. ...