Nature Canada 1997 - Abstracts

Nature Canada 1997
A chemical imbalance. (risks posed by man-made chemicals on the environment and on human health)(includes related article on reducing the risk from hormone-mimicking chemicals)Science and technologyRobson, Barbara
A Henslow's sparrow diorama. (instructions for making diorama)Science and technologyWake, Winifred
Animal farm.(Helen Jameson's animal farm.)(Column)Science and technologyThornton, Steve
Animal instincts. (profile of the life, and research on wolves, of naturalist R.D. Lawrence)Science and technologyPope, Harry W.
A spiny mystery. (strength and structure of the spines of the sea urchin)Science and technologyHamilton, Garry
Back to the future.Science and technologyStruzik, Ed
Bleak prospects. (the declining number of Henslow's sparrow as attributed to forest clearance)Science and technologyWake, Winifred
Bopping through the solar system. (the potential beauty of the Comet Hale-Bopp) (includes related viewing tips)Science and technologyBourrie, Mark
Bringing up baby. (various strategies of birds in nest building and defense of young)Science and technologyRuntz, Michael
Calling card: a researcher in BC has come up with a surefire technique for finding Cooper's hawks nests.(includes related article about the sounds of hawks)Science and technologyBackhouse, Frances
CNF intervenes in Cheviot mine hearings. (Canadian Nature Federation)Science and technologyMcNamee, Kevin
CNF report calls for larger Interlake National Park.(Nature Alert: Canadian Nature Federation Supplement)Science and technologyMcNamee, Kevin
Compensation for kills. (Livestock Predation Compensation Fund to increase tolerance of agricultural community towards wolves)Science and technologySearle, Rick
Deep sea dialogue. (researchers focus on communication among whales)Science and technologyHiggins, Mark
Electric shock. (introduction of electricity to the campsite at Rock Lake) (Vox Populi)(Column)Science and technologyMcAvoy, Linda
Endangered species legislation grows stronger - so does opposition. (hearings on the amendments to Canada's Bill C-65 on endangered species protection)(Nature Alert: Canadian Nature Federation Supplement)Science and technologyAusten, Catherine
Endangered species legislation in limbo. (Canadians hope for reintroduction of endangered species legislation in next Parliament)Science and technologyAusten, Catherine
Endangered species legislation needs your input. (the Canada Endangered Species Protection Act)(Nature Alert: Canadian Nature Federation Supplement)Science and technologyAusten, Catherine
Endangered species legislation on the federal back-burner.Science and technologyAusten, Catherine
Environmental disaster at Jasper's doorstep.(Jasper National Park)Science and technologyKendrick, Anne
Feds get mixed grades in annual wilderness report card. (federal government)Science and technologyMcNamee, Kevin
Fifteen new species at risk in Canada.(Nature Alert)Science and technologyPlunkett, Scott
Foul weather friend. (analysis of the gray jay's ability to survive Canada's harsh winter months)Science and technologyRuntz, Michael
Frame your favourite photo in Jacob's ladders. (crafts for kids)Science and technologyWake, Winifred Carins
Heritage minister takes action to save Banff National Park. (proposed conservation measures)(Nature Alert: Canadian Nature Federation Supplement)Science and technologyMcNamee, Kevin
Hi-tech hawks. (satellite program to study population and migration route of Swainson's hawk)Science and technologyLeahy, Stephen
In the belly of the beast: the "cut-and-thrust" of researching a feared and misunderstood species.Science and technologyThornton, Steve
Jewels of the sea. (jellyfishes)Science and technologyMason, Adrienne
Keeping up appearances. (the pigmentation of bird plumage)Science and technologyRuntz, Michael
Lichens of ages: members of the Caliciales family are particularly fond of oldgrowth forests.Science and technology 
Living on the edge. (issues surrounding habitat fragmentation)Science and technologyOelbermann, Maren, Milburn, Michael P.
Louie - a dockside friendship. (friendship with a glaucous-winged gull)Science and technologyTeece, Philip
Made in the mist.(Niagara Falls' biodiversity)(includes related article on gulls, Canadian Important Bird Areas program and Niagara Glen)Science and technologyStabb, Mark
Mobile homes.(caddisfly larvae)(Column)Science and technologyBackhouse, Frances
New management plan for Banff National Park. (Canada)Science and technologyMcNamee, Kevin
Niagara River corridor dedicated as globally significant IBA. (declaration of the Niagara River corridor as an important bird area)(Nature Alert: Canadian Nature Federation Supplement)Science and technologySchultz, Caroline
Night makes right. (giant silk moths)Science and technologySchneider, Dan
One-stop shopping. (Alberta's Kananaskis Country, haven for naturalists)Science and technologyLegault, Stephen
Outdoor museum.(Newcastle Island Provincial Marine Park)(Column)Science and technologyGoldberg, Kim
Prime Minister protects two candidate national parks. (pronouncements by Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien forming the Wager Bay and Bathurst Island natural parks)(Nature Alert: Canadian Nature Federation Supplement)Science and technologyMcNamee, Kevin
Rabbit redux. (the destruction of the Nuttall's cottontail rabbit habitat in British Columbia)Science and technologyWake, Winifred (Cairns)
Riding Mountain mystery. (wolve's declining population)Science and technologySearle, Rick
Snowmobile trail threatens candidate national park site. (development of the Ptarmigan Trail through Mealy Mountain)(Nature Alert: Canadian Nature Federation Supplement)Science and technologyKendrick, Anne
Some books say coyotes in eastern Canada are actually coydogs, while others say coydogs don't exist. Who's right?Science and technology 
Sound effects. (the contribution of community volunteer groups in the rehabilitation of British Columbia's Baynes Sound)Science and technologyBailey, Paul
Splitting the spotted frog.Science and technology 
The comeback champion. (survival instincts of the Canada goose)(includes related article)Science and technologySlemming, Brian
The rock. (the Mazinaw Rock of Bon Echo Provincial Park)Science and technology 
The snow goose dilemma.Science and technologySchultz, Caroline
The unloved maple. (characteristics of the Manitoba maple, Acer negundo)Science and technologyHodgins, James L.
The wily coyote. (analysis of the distribution and behavior of coyotes as they adapt to urban environment)(includes related article on coyote identification)(Cover Story)Science and technologyLeahy, Stephen
Think globally, act locally. (garden devoted to restoration of local habitat)Science and technologyIrving, Elizabeth
Tidal treasures. (marine life in the tidal pools of British Columbia's Botanical Beach Park)Science and technologyBrowne, Gordon
Tiptoeing through the tulip trees. (seed collecting as the core program of Natural Habitat Restoration Program in Essex County)Science and technology 
Too close for comfort. (implications on the Jasper National Park of proposal to reopen Mountain Park coal mining operation)Science and technologyStruzik, Ed
Uninvited guests. (the pervasive presence of insects in human life and activities)Science and technologySchneider, Dan
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