4 record(s) found with the tag "radionuclides" (multi-year projects are grouped):
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Permafrost Thaw and Implications for the Cycling of Radionuclides in the Canadian North
Principal Investigator: Bond, Matthew J
Licenced Year(s): 2016
Summary: The objective of this research is to determine whether permafrost thaw in the Canadian north is resulting in the release of historic radionuclides to surface waters. The results of this study will be incorporated into a larger model of radionuclide fate and transport in the Canadian north. Field work will involve sampling surface water (triplicate 500 mL samples), groundwater seepage (triplicat...


The Continuation of a Community-led Fish Monitoring Study in Déline, NT 2012
Principal Investigator: Macdonald, Colin R
Licenced Year(s): 2012 2010 2009
Summary: To determine the levels of potential chemicals of concern in three major fish species through the analysis of muscle and liver samples for mercury, radionuclides and a number of elements. Fish of three species (lake trout, lake whitefish and lake herring) will be collected in the Keith Arm of Great Bear Lake near the community of Deline. Approximately 15 trout and 10 whitefish and 10 herring wi...


Water, Sediment and Fish Testing of Marian River system
Principal Investigator: Nevitt, Zabey
Licenced Year(s): 1999 1998
Summary: For many years the Dogrib have trapped and fished in and around the Marian River. There are concerns that contaminants are entering the river system. Some of the concerns include: effects on health from eating fish and effects on heath from drinking water. Field collection will take place over two days. The team will travel by canoe from Rae. Seven fish will be caught by members of the community f...


Hurwitz-Kaminak geological mapping
Principal Investigator: Aspler, L.B.
Licenced Year(s): 1993 1992
Summary: A field crew of four people will map (by foot and boat) the rocks deposited in ancient (2,500 to 1,900 million year old) basins. These rocks will also be assessed for their economic potential. The field work will also involve the collection of water, moss and lichen to determine levels of contaminants as part of the northern contaminants study funded by the Arctic Environmental Strategy....


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