Prairie Perspectives: Geographical Essays

Volume 1 (1998), edited by John C. Lehr and H. John Selwood (University of Winnipeg)

 

Author Title
  Introduction
W.F. Rannie The 1997 Red River flood in Manitoba, Canada
N.M. Grant Subglacial meltwater features in central Saskatchewan
C.E. Haque,
M.M. Rahman
Coping responses to the 1997 Red River Valley flood: research issues and agenda
R.G. McDonald
R.A. McGinn
The impact of depression/dentention storage on the spring freshet, Clear Lake Watershed, Riding Mountain, Manitoba
V. Kumar, C.E. Haque, M. Pawlak Determining agricultural drought using pattern recognition
V. Kumar, C.E. Haque Forecasting wheat yield in the Canadian Prairies using climatic and satellite data
J. Welsted, J. Everitt Water games: the location of water-based sports events at the 1997 Canada Games
A.E. Terry,
R.A. McGinn
The effect of suspended sediment control measures during the construction of a waterski facility, Assiniboine River, Brandon, Manitoba
J. Simpson, S. Hathout Optimum route location model for an all-weather road on the east side of Lake Winnipeg
D.J. Wiseman,
S.M. Berta
Indicator species analysis: an alternative approach to ecosystems geography
B.D. Thraves,
G. Barriault
Change in the size and functions of Regina's Central Business District, 1964-1997
J. Selwood, S. Kohm Location, location, location: selling sex in the suburbs
W.J. Carlyle Two large family farms in Manitoba
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