2014 Fieldwork


Fig. 1. Map of the Canadian Archipelago. The red stars indicate the mouths of the seven rivers of interest in this study (in order of proposed sampling): (1) Coppermine R., (2) Ellice R., (3) Back R., (4) Kuujuua R. (Victoria Island), (5) Thomsen R. (Banks Island), (6) Cunningham R. (Somerset Island), and (7) Clyde R. (Baffin Island). The Coppermine, Ellice, and Back Rivers are located on the mainland of Nunavut. Inset shows Arctic Ocean with study area highlighted by the red box.


Twin Otter. Photo by John Kelly.

Back & Hayes Rivers

Coppermine River. Photo by Robie Macdonald.

Coppermine River, Kugluktuk

Resolute to Cunningham River. Photo by Robie Macdonald.

Cunningham River, Resolute Bay

Cambridge Bay and Ellice River. Photo by Robie Macdonald.

Ellice River, Cambridge Bay

Kangiqtugaapik River (from Clyde River). Photo by Robie Macdonald.

Kangiqtugaapik River, Clyde River

Kuujjua River. Photo by Robie Macdonald.

Kujjuua River, Ulukhaktok

Sachs Harbor. Photo by John Kelly.

Sachs Harbour

Sachs to Thomsen River. Photo by Robie Macdonald.

Thomsen River, Banks Island


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