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Spatial and temporal patterns of carbon dioxide exchange for a wet sedge plant community, Melville Island, NU
Wet sedge meadows are the most productive vegetation communities in the High Arctic. Preliminary research suggests that this vegetation type is a net carbon sink, yet the controls – and the scale at which those controls ...
Spatial and temporal patterns of net carbon exchange in the polar semi-desert vegetation type on Melville Island, Nunavut
While studies of mesic tundra vegetation types across latitudinal gradients have shown decreasing levels of net ecosystem exchange (NEE) of carbon dioxide at more northern sites, little work has explored the factors ...
THERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE, REHABILITATION, AND RESPONDING TO MENTAL ILLNESS IN THE CONTEXT OF CRIMINAL COURTS IN REMOTE, MAINLY INUIT ARCTIC COMMUNITIES
Researchers have recently suggested using the problem-solving court principles that guide criminal court mental health diversion initiatives in large North American cities and elsewhere to deliver similar objectives outside ...