2 edition of lichen woodlands of the Knob Lake area of Quebec-Labrador. found in the catalog.
lichen woodlands of the Knob Lake area of Quebec-Labrador.
Fraser, E, Morton
|LC Classifications||QK938 F6 F7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||28|
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Field Work in the Bristol Area. Bristol Branch of the Geographical Association. The Lichen Woodlands of the Knob Lake area of Quebec-Labrador, by E.
Fraser. Field Research in Labrador-Ungava. Essential Oils. Quick-Frozen Foods. Revised editions of illustrated book-lets issued by Education Section, Information. The lichen woodlands of the Knob Lake area of Quebec-Labrador Techniques used in the delineation of permafrost in the Schefferville Downloaded from by.
Sampling of Snow and, Ice on Lakes. The lichen woodlands Quebec-Labrador. McGill Subarctic Research Papers NO. 28 p Three sites were established on Knob Lake from toand a. The first is "Glacial-geomorphological research in the Howells Valley and the watershed district of central Quebec-Labrador" by E.
Darbyshire who concluded that the ice sheet in this area melted to form thin, separate masses occupying the valleys between the ridges of the Labrador Trough and that there is no evidence for ice-dammed lakes. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.
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