Prairie Perspectives: Geographical Essays

Volume 18 (2016), edited by Matt Dyce (University of Winnipeg)


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Preface
Matt Dyce
   
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Research Articles

The agricultural settlement of the Canadian prairies 1870–1930:
Using GIS to interpret a dynamic process

Brian McGregor and John C. Lehr
   
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Identifying diversity in rural schools on the Upper Great Plains,
USA: GIS modeling to optimally place P-12 teacher education
candidates

Aaron J. Kingsbury

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An icy response to the collective need for winter walkability:
Mobilities research and the Surefoot Winter Walking Conditions
Bulletin

Gina Sylvestre
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Evaluating methods for the propagation and selection of sites
suitable for the commercial cultivation of red osier dogwood
(Cornus sericea
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Ashley Greenley, Mandy MaCrae, William Paton, and Dion J. Wiseman
   
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Using fine fuel moisture codes to understand the effects of
climate change on the eastern boreal forests of Canada

Robert Baidoc and Adam R. Cornwell
   
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Sediment fingerprinting in the Lower Little Bow River using
Cs-137 as a tracer

Melody Caron, David A. Lobb, Jim J. Miller, Kui Liu, and
Phillip N. Owens
   
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Comparison of small mammal species in natural versus agricultural
habitats at the Brandon Research Development Centre

Brandice R. Hollier, Christopher D. Malcolm, and Melanie Dubois
   
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French and Belgian land settlement patterns in three communities
in Saskatchewan in the early 1900s

Beckey Hamilton
   
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The politics of toponymy: Naming settlements, municipalities,
and school districts in Canada’s Prairie provinces

John C. Lehr and Brian McGregor
   
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'How to live to be 100 ... with Manitoba's help!': Nature and
antimodern tourism in post-war Manitoba

Hillary A. Beattie
   
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Reviews and Field Notes

Field trip: Historic Minnedosa
Dion J. Wiseman and Roderick A. McGinn
   
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Field trip: Ice-shoved hills and related glaciotectonic features in
the Glacial Lake Proven Basin

Dion J. Wiseman and Roderick A. McGinn
   
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Field trip: The Experimental Lakes Area
Nora J. Casson, Morgen Burke, Adrienne Ducharme,
Brian McGregor, Jamie Paterson, Joseph Piwowar,
Kimberly Thompson, Nathan Wilson, and Gregory Vandeberg
   
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