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Reproductive Biology of Lichens in an Arctic Environment
Principal Investigator: Fahselt, Diane
Licensed Year(s): 1992 1991 1990
Summary: The researcher will study the basic biology of lichens growing in northern environments....

The role of soil algae in the development of High Arctic ecosystems
Principal Investigator: Bliss, Lawrence
Licensed Year(s): 1993 1992 1991 1989 1988
Summary: Dr. Bliss and his research team are returning to continue their investigation of how soil develops from bare rock along the ocean edge. Seaweed washes up on shore and rots. Small plants grow on the rotting seaweed and help to form soil. As the soil gets thicker, larger plants such as those eaten by muskox and geese begin to grow. This is how the rich coastal lowlands have been formed which are...

Licence #7116
Principal Investigator: Cummins, W. Raymond
Licensed Year(s): 1987
Summary: To continue to collecting trips to sample respiration rates, growth rates in arctic plants and to collect plants and seeds....

Reproductive Biology of Saxifragg stellaris v. comosa.
Principal Investigator: Hudson, Jr., W.D.
Licensed Year(s): 1987
Summary: To collect and sample living specimens of reproducing Saxifraga stellaris var. stellaris and the asexually reporoducing S. stellaris var. comosa. Material for anatomical and morphological study will also be collected and preserved. Information provided by field study and subsequent laboratory study will help to further elucidate the origin of the peculiar form of asexual reproduction exhibited b...

Licence #2172
Principal Investigator: Norment, Christopher
Licensed Year(s): 1978
Summary: To study tundra plant life cycles in relation to climate changes and to collect plant specimens to document the study. To log age/sex ratios of caribou herds on behalf of the GNWT Fish and Wildlife Service....