42 record(s) found with the tag "invertebrates" (multi-year projects are grouped):
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Ethnozoology of the Iglulingmiut
Principal Investigator: Randa, Vladimir
Licenced Year(s): 1992 1990 1988
Summary: The researcher will collect new data about the small land and water vertebrates and invertebrates, and collect more information in regards to the relationship between oral tradition and zoological terminology. Another topic will be the use of fire-arms in hunting, for example, strategies of acquisition and use of different types of hunting weapons in relation to different kinds of game....

Tokyo Sea Life Park Collection, 1992
Principal Investigator: Nakayama, Tsunesuke
Licenced Year(s): 1992 1991
Summary: The researcher and his team will collect arctic marine life such as fishes, invertebrates and sea algaes in order to contribute to the conservation of marine environments, and deepen understanding of arctic marine life. Tokyo Sea Life Park has started research on breeding behavior and early life history of arctic marine animals, as well as exhibits in the Tokyo Sea Life Park of arctic marine anim...

Devonian Stromatoporoid Fossil Faunas of Crescent and Truro Islands
Principal Investigator: Stearn, Colin W.
Licenced Year(s): 1992
Summary: The researcher and his team will collect fossil stromatoporoids from intervals of the Devonian succession of carbonate rocks. Carbonates of early Middle Devonian age are known to be available on Truro Island but have not been extensively collected for stromatoporoids. These will be revisited to improve collections from this interval....

Silurian Trilobites of the Canadian Arctic
Principal Investigator: Chatterton, Brian D.E.
Licenced Year(s): 1994 1992 1991
Summary: The researcher and his team will prospect for suitable sites to measure stratigraphic sections. Horizons in these sections containing invertebrate fossils, usually silicified, are then collected....

Environmental Physiology of Marine Invertebrates
Principal Investigator: Graham, Mark S
Licenced Year(s): 1992
Summary: The researcher and his team will use several species of planktonic and benthic invertebrates from Lancaster Sound region to evaluate the metabolic cost of making a living in the Arctic. Oxygen consumption techniques will be used as a metabolic indicy. Trophic status of specimens will be evaluated later by stable isotope analysis....

Investigations of the Metabolism of Arctic Organisms
Principal Investigator: Glemet, Helene
Licenced Year(s): 1991 1990
Summary: The Researchers will continue a study begun in 1990. They will study the types of fat found in muscle and liver of Arctic fishes and marine invertebrates....

The Creation and Utilization of an Artifical Reef in the Churchill Region
Principal Investigator: Thornton, Sheila
Licenced Year(s): 1990
Summary: The Researcher will create an artifical reef in the Churchill region and develop an arctic ecosystem study site. She will create a species inventory which will involve benthic sampling using SCUBA gear. Species include benthic marine invertebrates, fish and pelagic invertebrates found in 0-20 metres of water....

Limnology and Paleoecology of Arctic Lakes
Principal Investigator: Smol, John
Licenced Year(s): 1991 1990
Summary: The research team will sample approximately 20 lakes located within a 100 km radius of Tuktoyaktuk and within the immediate vicinity of Inuvik. At each lake they will analyze the water for major environmental variables and remove some of the lake mud for future analysis of algal remains....

Mackenzie Mountains Palaeontological Expedition 1990
Principal Investigator: Wilson, Mark V.H.
Licenced Year(s): 2013 1998 1996 1990
Summary: The Researchers will collect fossil vertebrates, invertebrates and stratigraphic information from measured sections of area near Avalanche Lake, Grizzly Bear Lake and new localities in the general area....

Expedition Fiord: sedimentary environment since the Ice Ages
Principal Investigator: Gilbert, Robert
Licenced Year(s): 1993 1992 1991 1990 1988
Summary: The researcher and his team will: measure the water flowing into the fiord and the water in the fiord; examine the sediments using an echo sounder that shows that water depths and the layers of sediment down to bedrock; photograph the sea floor; collect samples of the sea floor. Small animals (shells, worms etc) will be preserved for later study. Sediment samples will be studied in detail....