CR Special 2:

Climate Research Vol. 5, No. 1 (1995):

Circumpolar Ecosystems in Winter

 

Publication date: February 23, 1995

Co-edited by Peter Scott and Vernon Meentemeyer


The Circumpolar Ecosystems in Winter Program was established to encourage and support research on the many aspects of winter and winter-dominated systems. The collection of papers in this volume is significant in that it represents a sampling of the many topics that have arisen with respect to climate change in winter-dominated regions.

 

The diversity of subjects covered includes the role of a changing climate in the marine system and the codfish decline, overwintering strategies in insects and frogs, snow and climate change studies, and the adaptations of northern peoples to a harsh changing climate.


Contents

 

Liang L, Kershaw GP

Climate change in the Mackenzie Mountains, N.W.T., Canada

CR 5:1-13 | Full text in pdf format

 

 

Kershaw GP

Snowpack ablation and associated processes in the Subarctic forest near Fort Norman, N.W.T., Canada

CR 5:15-23 | Full text in pdf format

 

 

Scott PA, Rouse WR

Impacts of increased winter snow cover on upland tundra vegetation: a case example

CR 5:25-30 | Full text in pdf format

 

 

Boudreau LD, Rouse WR

The role of individual terrain units in the water balance of wetland tundra

CR 5:31-47 | Full text in pdf format

 

 

Firlotte N, Staniforth RJ

Strategies for revegetation of disturbed gravel areas in climate stressed subarctic environments with special reference to Churchill, Manitoba, Canada: a literature review

CR 5:49-52 | Full text in pdf format

 

 

Layne JR Jr, Lee RE Jr

Adaptations of frogs to survive freezing

CR 5:53-59 | Full text in pdf format

 

 

Lee RE Jr, Dommel RA, Joplin KH, Denlinger DL

Cryobiology of the freeze-tolerant gall fly Eurosta solidaginis: overwintering energetics and heat shock proteins

CR 5:61-67 | Full text in pdf format

 

 

Conover RJ, Wilson S, Harding GCH, Vass WP

Climate, copepods and cod: some thoughts on the long-range prospects for a sustainable northern cod fishery

CR 5:69-82 | Full text in pdf format

 

 

Oakes J, Wilkins H, Riewe R, Kelker D, Forest T

Comparison of traditional and manufactured cold weather ensembles

CR 5:83-90 | Full text in pdf format

 

 

Oakes J

Climate and cultural barriers to northern economic development: a case study from Broughton Island, N.W.T., Canada

CR 5:91-98 | Full text in pdf format

 

 


 

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