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Evaporation Studies at Northern Mine Sites
Principal Investigator: Edwards, Thomas W.D.
Licenced Year(s): 1993
Summary: The proposed research is part of an ongoing program of hydrological studies in the north aimed at improving our understanding of how water cycles through natural drainage systems. This year, I will examine water evaporation on lakes and ponds that are located on mine sites: results from this research will aid in the design of better tailings impoundments containing mine wastes/contaminants....


Mackenzie Delta Hydrology and Ecosystem Interactions
Principal Investigator: Marsh, Philip
Licenced Year(s): 1993 1992 1991
Summary: The research will study changes in the water levels of a variety of lakes in the Mackenzie Delta. Investigations will include consideration of factors controlling the lake levels, introduction of floodwater from the Mackenzie River, rainfall on to the lake, smowmelt runoff into the lakes and evaporation from the lakes....


Licence #2295
Principal Investigator: Woo, Ming-ko
Licenced Year(s): 1978
Summary: 1. To study snow distribution and ablation processes in a small basin; 2. To relate the regime of stream flow and lake storage changes to basin meltwater contributions and evaporation....


Licence #2108
Principal Investigator: Woo, Ming-ko
Licenced Year(s): 1977
Summary: To study snow ablation processes in a small Arctic basin in the vicinity of Resolute Bay, N.W.T. To relate the regime of stream flow to basin meltwater contributions and evaporation losses....


Licence #1893
Principal Investigator: MacKay, D.
Licenced Year(s): 1975
Summary: To determine how spilled oil behaves and interacts wit the northern environment; how far and how quickly spilled oil will spread on land and in water. To ascertain how low temperatures and snow affect its spread; how deeply oil penetrates into the vegetation, litter or peat and mineral soil layers and what proportion will be lost to evaporation. To provide an indication of the area which would b...


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