Resources

We are actively involved in the production of innovative materials and tools to collect and share both traditional and scientific knowledge about this extraordinary land.

Fact Sheets And Brochures, Wildlife

Muskox Factsheet - Habitat and Diet

Type: pdf

Size: 325.33 KB

Published: Mar 2018

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Fact Sheets And Brochures, Wildlife

Muskox Fact Sheet - Muskox as a Resource

Type: pdf

Size: 560.56 KB

Published: Mar 2018

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Fact Sheets And Brochures, Wildlife

Muskox Fact Sheet - Canadian North Slope Muskox Management

Type: pdf

Size: 114.92 KB

Published: Mar 2018

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Fact Sheets And Brochures, Wildlife

Muskox Fact Sheet - Concerns About Parasites

Type: pdf

Size: 126.64 KB

Published: Mar 2018

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Fact Sheets And Brochures, Wildlife

Muskox Fact Sheet - Capture and Handling

Type: pdf

Size: 167.16 KB

Published: Mar 2018

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Fact Sheets And Brochures, Wildlife

Capturing Large Animals

Type: pdf

Size: 158.88 KB

Published: Mar 2018

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Administrative Reports And Minutes, Organizational Information

Term Report 1997-1999

Type: pdf

Size: 1.1 MB

Published: Mar 2018

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Administrative Reports And Minutes, Organizational Information

Term Report 1999-2001

Type: pdf

Size: 963.76 KB

Published: Mar 2018

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Fact Sheets And Brochures, Inuvialuit

Fact Sheet - Inuvialuit Harvesting Rights

Inuvialuit have unique harvesting rights in the Yukon. The Inuvialuit Final Agreement (IFA) defines the legal hunting, trapping and fishing rights of the Inuvialuit in their settlement region. This factsheet describes the harvesting rights of the Inuvialuit on the Yukon North Slope. Some of these rights are different from those in the Northwest Territories (NWT) part of the Inuvialuit Settlement Region.  

Type: article

Published: Mar 2018

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Project Reports And Publications, Wildlife, Traditional Knowledge

Inuvialuit Traditional Knowledge of Wildlife Habitat, Yukon North Slope

The goal of this study was two-fold: to translate these “western science” ecological landcover classifications into habitat classes recognized by the Inuvialuit who use the Yukon North Slope and to document TK about important habitats used seasonally by each of the seven focal species and by some of the species of special interest.

Type: article

Published: Mar 2018

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