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The ecology, distribution and community structures of testate amoebae and diatoms on Devon Island.
Principal Investigator: Beyens, L.
Licensed Year(s): 1992 1987
Summary: To survey the testate amoebae and diatom communities on Devon Island and to make biogeographical comparisons with data obtained from other arctic regions. Samples will be taken of soil, mosses, lichens, mud and water....

To determine the productivity of the most important components of marine mammal food chains.
Principal Investigator: Welch, Harold
Licensed Year(s): 1993 1992 1991 1990 1988 1987
Summary: To study epontic algae and amphipods in Resolute area; phytoplankton, kelp and Mya truncata in Barrow Strait, from small vessels. To study hunter-killed seal parts for food habit analysis....

Licence #5084
Principal Investigator: Williams, Kerstin
Licensed Year(s): 1985
Summary: Comparative studies of living diatom flora during and after ice break-up with diatom thanatocoenoces (death assemblages) preserved in the sediments....

Licence #4092
Principal Investigator: Hutchinson, Tom
Licensed Year(s): 1984
Summary: To continue studies of the Smoking Hills into the nature of the adaptations by which aquatic biota and tundra plants survive the intense acidic fumigations from the burning cliffs. Focus will be on the algae and zooplankton of tundra ponds and samples will be taken for identification by microscopic study on the spot and others preserved for later identification....