Bird migrations on the North Slope and in the Mackenzie Valley regions, 1972 by L.G.L. Limited, Environmental Research Associates.

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Published by Canadian Arctic Gas Study, Alaskan Arctic Gas Study Co. in [Calgary], [s.l.] .

Written in English

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Places:

  • Northwest Territories,
  • Mackenzie River Valley.,
  • Yukon Territory.

Subjects:

  • Birds -- Migration -- Northwest Territories -- Mackenzie River Valley,
  • Birds -- Migration -- Yukon Territory

Edition Notes

Book details

Other titlesArctic gas.
Statementedited by W. W. H. Gunn, John A. Livingston ; prepared by L.G.L. Limited, Environmental Research Associates.
SeriesBiological report series ;, v. 13
ContributionsGunn, William W. H., Livingston, John A., Canadian Arctic Gas Study Limited., Alaskan Arctic Gas Study Company.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL685.5.M25 L2 1974
The Physical Object
Pagination162 p., [10] leaves (7 fold.) of plates :
Number of Pages162
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4925183M
LC Control Number76351526

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