Rescue archaeology in the Donjek Valley, Kluane National Park Reserve, 1994 and 1995

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Canadian Heritage, Parks Canada , Ottawa, Ont
Salvage archaeology -- Yukon Territory -- Donjek Valley., Human ecology -- Yukon Territory -- Donjek Valley., Land use -- Environmental aspects -- Yukon Territory -- Donjek Valley., Donjek Valley (Yukon) -- Antiquities., Kluane National Park and Reserve (Yukon) -- Antiqui
StatementDavid Arthurs.
SeriesResearch bulletin (Parks Canada) -- no. 317
ContributionsParks Canada.
The Physical Object
Pagination19 p. :
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Open LibraryOL20697342M

Kluane National Park & Reserve. As travellers on the Alsek River you will be sharing prime bear habitat with the grizzlies and black bears in the valley. Understanding bear behaviour and ecology, and managing Rescue archaeology in the Donjek Valley activities appropriately, will minimize the chance of displacing bears or experiencing negative bear-human interactions during your.

Hikers walk in the Hoge Pass area of the Donjek route, a popular multi-day hike in the Kluane National Park. Human remains were found in the area. Archaeological surveys in the Donjek, Jarvis, Kaskawulsh and Alsek valleys, Kluane National Park Reserve, () Porter, John E.P.

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