Principal Investigator:Benson, Kristi Licenced Year(s):
The proposed two-year traditional knowledge (TK) study focuses on gathering Gwich’in traditional knowledge of three species of special concern- wolverine, grizzly bear, and woodland caribou - northern mountain population. The TK studies will be led by a Gwich'in Species at Risk (SAR) TK Committee, which will direct the projects and allow information to flow from federal and territorial bodies to c...
Principal Investigator:Lambert Koizumi, Catherine Licenced Year(s):
This research aims to document and analyze local and Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TK) on Dall sheep, grizzly bears, and wolves in the Richardson Mountains. Information on population trends, habitat use, diet, predation, hunting, diseases, relations with other species, viability and conservation will be examined through semi-directed, open-ended interviews with knowledgeable elders and active...
Principal Investigator:Lambert Koizumi, Catherine Licenced Year(s):2010
This study is a component of the Dall Sheep, Grizzly Bear and Wolf Interactions in the Richardson Mountains (DSGBW) project to evaluate the effect of habitat features and climate on interactions between Dall sheep, grizzly bears and wolves in the Richardson Mountains.
From March to April Gwich’in monitors from Aklavik and Fort McPherson (two per community) will be hired to conduct weekly snow s...
Principal Investigator:Chiperzak, Doug Licenced Year(s):
Biophysical and heritage resource surveys will take place in late summer and fall, and contribute to the assessment of a potential development projects (the Tuk 2 M-18 well site and connecting pipeline to Parsons Lake and the Mackenzie Gas Pipeline) located in the Tuktoyaktuk Peninsula, about 12 km southeast of Tuktoyaktuk and 125 km northeast of Inuvik.
The field assessment will involve four s...
Principal Investigator:Clark, Douglas A Licenced Year(s):
Government agencies responsible for grizzly bear management have made significant investments in biological studies; however, wildlife management programs based solely on biology, without understanding the human side of grizzly bear management, run the risk of creating conflicts. People who share the land with bears are especially affected by these decisions. These conflicts can waste time and mon...
Principal Investigator:Russell, Kyle Licenced Year(s):
This project is a part of a six-year research project conducted conjointly by Parks Canada, the Aklavik Hunters and Trappers Committee, the Wildlife Management Advisory Council (North Slope) and the Department of Environment, Yukon Territorial Government. The aim of the project is to gather information on grizzly bear activities, numbers and distribution through interviews with local hunters and l...
Principal Investigator:Maraj, Ramona Licenced Year(s):
In May 2004, the Yukon Government, Department of Environment, in partnership with Parks Canada and the Aklavik Hunters and Trappers Committee, initiated a six-year grizzly bear research project on the Yukon North Slope. This traditional/local knowledge...
Principal Investigator:Clarkson, Peter Licenced Year(s):
The researcher will conduct surveys to determine bear population estimates as well as sex and age distributions for the grizzly bear population in the Brock and Hornaday Rivers area. Licence issued for use of Inuvik Research Centre....