Summary of parameter values used to simulate the effect of field and tall-drain management on sediment transport from the tail-drain of a typical bay in the LN1 subcatchment
The LN1 subcatchment was considered to be one of the erosion `hot-spots' within the irrigation area, and drains regularly require de-silting.
Effect of management on sediment transport into the LN1 subcatchment drains
Cumulative transport off-farm within the LN1 subcatchment since the irrigation area was established
The choice of physical system represented is important for predictions of sediment transport into the drainage system of the LN1 subcatchment.
3) and early 1950s, caribou abundance was very low throughout this region (AE, EN2, JT2, LN1, NI, SQ, SR).
1947-49, and were usually seen in groups of only 1-2 caribou during the winter in the early 1950s (AS, HK, JA, JT1, KK, LN1, SA1).
Caribou abundance declined during the late 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s, but hunters usually got a few caribou within the special caribou area near Amadjuak Lake (EN2, EP, LN1, SA1, Figs.
From the mid-1920s (or before) until at least the early 1960s, caribou wintered south and east of southern Nettilling Lake (AE, EN2, JT2, LN1, PP, SQ, SR, Figs.
Fluctuations in caribou abundance and distribution on southern Baffin Island occurred regularly over the lifetime of an elder (JP, LN1, NI, SA1), a period of 60-80 years.