The Canadian Wildlife Service or CWS (French: Service canadien de la faune), is a Branch of the Department of the Environment, also known as Environment and Climate Change Canada.
The Canadian Wildlife Service or CWS (French: Service canadien de la faune), is a Branch of the Department of the Environment, also known as Environment and Climate Change Canada, a department of the Government of Canada. November 1, 2012 marked the 65th anniversary of the founding of Service (originally known as the Dominion Wildlife Service). The Canadian Wildlife Service is a Branch of the federal Department of the Environment, and has been Canada's national wildlife agency since 1947.
Polynyas in the Canadian Arctic. Organization(s): Canada, Minister of the Environment, Canadian Wildlife Service. Author(s): Stirling, Ian. Cleator, Holly. Publication Year: 1981. Non IUCN Publication. Author(s): Boyer, George F.
January 1980 · Occasional Paper of the Canadian Wildlife Service. Stirling, . and Cleator, H (Ed. Polynyas in the Canadian Arctic. January 1981 · Occasional Paper of the Canadian Wildlife Service.
In spring, most of the south-wintering Wrangel Island birds returned north via the prairies
In spring, most of the south-wintering Wrangel Island birds returned north via the prairies. Timing of migration was similar for the two nesting populations except in the fall, when Western Arctic geese seemed to arrive earlier and stay later in AB-SK and Wrangel Island geese arrived on average perhaps two weeks earlier in eastern Oregon. Both sexes were highly philopatric to wintering areas from year to year, with 96-97% of the geese sighted in consecutive years being in the same area.
The Pilot of Arctic Canada ( Service, 1970) warns that currents of three .
The Pilot of Arctic Canada ( Service, 1970) warns that currents of three knots are not uncommon.
In The Canadian Encyclopedia. J. Alexander Burnett, A Passion for Wildlife: The History of the Canadian Wildlife Service (2003); Canadian Institute of Resources Law, Canada Wildlife Law Occasional Paper Series (2006); Janet Foster, Working for Wildlife: The Beginning of Preservation in Canada (1978, revised 1998); Tina M. Loo, States of Nature: Conserving Canada's Wildlife in the Twentieth Century (2006).
Shipping in the Canadian Arctic, Canadian Ice Service and the Institute of Ocean Sciences, (2004)
The ICNGD‟s Occasional Papers Series includes working papers, conference presentations, and projects by ICNGD graduate students and members. The occasional papers series is intended to contribute to the debate, study, and dissemination of knowledge on issues of northern governance and development, from the local to the circumpolar. Shipping in the Canadian Arctic, Canadian Ice Service and the Institute of Ocean Sciences, (2004). 10 Stewart et. a. Sea Ice in Canada‟s Arctic: Implications for Cruise Tourism, Arctic 60:4 (December, 2007), pp. 377. Canadian Wildlife Service Occasional Paper 45: 7–28. Population dynamics of the ringed seal in the Canadian eastern Arctic. Polar bear predation of ringed and bearded seals in the land-fast sea ice habitat. Canadian Journal of Zoology 58: 2201–2209. The ringed seal, Phoca hispida, of the Canadian western Arctic. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 1561.
For Canadian waters, courtesy Canadian Ice Service (see maps in red, top left corner, for area . Physical causes and biological significance of polynyas and other open water in sea ice. In: Polynyas in the Canadian Arctic, Stirling, I. and Cleator, H. (eds), pg. 29-43.
For Canadian waters, courtesy Canadian Ice Service (see maps in red, top left corner, for area covered by the graphs). East Coast (regional), week of 21 May (1969-2015) – about average. Davis Strait, week of 21 May (1969-2015), well above average. Canadian Wildlife Service, Occasional Paper No. 45. Ottawa. Stirling, I. (eds). Smith, M. and Rigby, B. 1981.
In Polynyas in the Canadian Arctic, eds. I. Stirling and H. Cleator, 29–43. An estimate of the fraction of belugas (Delphinapterus leucas) in the Canadian High Arctic that winter in West Greenland. Polar Biology 23: 318–326. Occasional Paper Number 45. Canadian Wildlife Service. Egevang, . D. Boertman, A. Mosbech, and . Hansen, M. Rasmussen, and S. Fossette.