A guide to the landscape of the Firth River Valley, Ivvavik National Park: R64-404/2011E-PDF
It begins with the geologic story of Ivvavik, a 10,000 square km park in the western portion of Yukon's North Slope. The book then outlines in detail some of the most striking features that illustrate the park.
|Title||A guide to the landscape of the Firth River Valley, Ivvavik National Park|
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|Note||Digizited edition from print, 2015 [for Parks Canada].|
|Number of Pages||58 p. :|
|Subject Terms||Geomorphology, National parks|
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