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PeelReferences

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Mahdianpari, M., Salehi, B., Mohammadimanesh, F., Brisco, B., Homayouni, S., Gill, E., DeLancey, E.R. and Bourgeau-Chavez, L., 2020. Big Data for a Big Country: The First Generation of Canadian Wetland Inventory Map at a Spatial Resolution of 10-m Using Sentinel-1 and Sentinel-2 Data on the Google Earth Engine Cloud Computing Platform. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, 46(1), pp.15-33.

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Parlee, B., & E. Maloney (2017). Tracking Change: Local and Traditional Knowledge in Watershed Governance. Report of the 2016 Community-Based Research Projects in the Mackenzie River Basin. University of Alberta: Edmonton.

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Parlee, B., & E. Maloney (2017). Tracking Change: Local and Traditional Knowledge in Watershed Governance. Report of the 2016 Community-Based Research Projects in the Mackenzie River Basin. University of Alberta: Edmonton.

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Turner, C.K., Lantz, T.C., and the Gwich’in Tribal Council Department of Cultural Heritage. (2018). Springtime in the Delta: The sociocultural importance of muskrats to Gwich’in and Inuvialuit trappers throughout periods of ecological and socioeconomic change. Human Ecology. 46: 601-611.

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Proverbs, T. A., Lantz, T. C., Lord, S. I., Amos, A., & Ban, N. C. (2020). Social-Ecological Determinants of Access to Fish and Well-Being in Four Gwich’in Communities in Canada’s Northwest Territories. Human Ecology, 131.

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Parlee, B., & E. Maloney (2017). Tracking Change: Local and Traditional Knowledge in Watershed Governance. Report of the 2016 Community-Based Research Projects in the Mackenzie River Basin. University of Alberta: Edmonton.

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Parlee, B., & E. Maloney (2017). Tracking Change: Local and Traditional Knowledge in Watershed Governance. Report of the 2016 Community-Based Research Projects in the Mackenzie River Basin. University of Alberta: Edmonton.

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Turner, C.K., Lantz, T.C., and the Gwich’in Tribal Council Department of Cultural Heritage. (2018). Springtime in the Delta: The sociocultural importance of muskrats to Gwich’in and Inuvialuit trappers throughout periods of ecological and socioeconomic change. Human Ecology. 46: 601-611.

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Peel Watershed Planning Commission 2019. Peel Watershed Regional Land Use Plan.

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Stantec 2012. Status of trends, flow, water quality and suspended sediment quality in the Peel River Watershed. Prepared for Water Resources Division, Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada, Yellowknife, Northwest Territories.

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