Principal Investigator:Fritz, Stacey A. Licenced Year(s):
This licence was issued for the application no. 832.
The objective of this study is to investigate what people think about the DEW Line radar stations, and write a dissertation that describes how the DEW Line impacted the Arctic socially and environmentally.
The researchers will be traveling across the Arctic coast by canoe equipped with sail rigs. They are driving to Fort McPherson from Al...
Principal Investigator:Reimer, Kenneth J. Licenced Year(s):
The Environmental Services Group has been requested by Defence Construction Canada and DCLU, to continue conducting environmental investigations of former DEW Line sites. Personnel will collect soil, sediment, plant, water, paintchips and insulation samples from areas of suspected or known contamination. The samples will be analyzed for inorganic elements and PCB's. In addition a small-scale bio...
Principal Investigator:Reimer, K.J. Licenced Year(s):
The researchers will collect soil/sediment, water, plant and other biological samples to investigate small-scale variations of introduced substances; to examine larger variations in tundra and marine ecosystems; and to aid decision-makers in identifying when and where remedial measures can be most effectively applied. This investigation will be conducted on abandoned DEW Line sites to evaluate th...
Principal Investigator:Washuta, A.S. Licenced Year(s):
The information gathered at the ten NWT DEW Line Sites will be used to prepare detailed Contract Documents for each site's environmental clean up. During the site visits, the researchers will conduct overall site surveys and identify areas or structures requiring either clean up or demolition. The sites to be visited are Nicholson Pen., Clinton Pt., Cp. Young, Byron Bay, Jenny Lind Isl., Gladman...
Principal Investigator:Morris, John B. Licenced Year(s):1990
Mr. Morris will conduct an experiment to explore the limitations imposed on antenna size due to the propagation medium. Long range antennae that "see" beyond the earth's curvature provide advanced notice of approaching targets....