The northern forest border in Canada and Alaska: biotic communities and ecological relationships
Record of observations on forest/tundra ecology. Discusses northern soils, plant communities, climate, and faunal relationships. Includes maps, data, aerial photographs.
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Background and Setting
Early Observations in the Northern Barrens
The ForestTundra Transition or Ecotone
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abundant air masses Alaska appears arctic Arctostaphylos alpina Artillery Lake Aylmer Lake birch birds Black and Bliss black spruce boreal forest Canadian Canoe Lake Carex characteristics Cladonia Clinton-Colden clumps correlations density diversity dominant Dubawnt Lake dwarfed east ecological ecotone end of Ennadai Ennadai Lake Ennadai Lake area environmental eskers factors forest and tundra forest-tundra ecotone frequency glacial habitat hills identifying numbers indicated Kasba Lake Kazan River Keewatin Lake area airphoto Lake study area Larsen lichen lichen woodland limit Mackenzie miles moss north end northern forest border northward number of species observation occur Payette peat permafrost photographs Picea mariana plant communities plant species podzol present Quebec range region relationships relatively Ritchie Rubus Salix sampled shrubs Slave Lake slopes Snow Bunting south end spruce forest subarctic surface Tedrow temperatures tree-line trees tundra tundra communities tussock muskeg community Tyrrell uplands Vaccinium uliginosum Vaccinium vitis-idaea vegetational communities white spruce zone