Prairie Perspectives: Geographical Essays

Volume 13 (2010), edited by Danny Blair (University of Winnipeg)

 

Author Title
  Introduction
W.F. Rannie Could the Red River channel have been narrower in the early 19th Century?
B. Hamilton Explaining the absence and the characteristics of the migrants: French Canadians in southwestern Saskatchewan at the turn of the 20th Century
J.C. Lehr Owa: a Dariusleut Hutterite colony in Japan
J. Pankiw,
J. Piwowar
Seasonality of imagery: the impact on object-based classification accuracy of shelterbelts
J. Coomansingh Resource characteristics of the Lesser Prairie-chicken (Tympanuchus pallidincinctus) and its survival on the High Plains of the United States
J. Warkentin,
M. Vachon
The rise and fall of Winnipeg's modern project (1958-1972): causes and failures
G.A.J. Scott An overview of destruction and recovery in the Mt. Mayon volcano region, Bicol, Philippines, resulting from lahars initiated by Supertyphoon Reming
J. Selwood, R. Jones Western Australian battlers and coastal squatter settlements: heritage from below versus regulation from above
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