Mackenzie Mountains

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Macken′zie Moun′tains
a mountain range in NW Canada. Highest peak, 9750 ft. (2971 m).
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Rocks collected by Pratt 35 years ago from Canada's Mackenzie Mountains in the Northwest Territories showed traces of these fossilized worm tunnels, according to the ( study published in the journal Geology . 
Covering ground in the MacKenzie Mountains of the Northwest Territories was easy, at least from a terrain perspective.
Back then, Montana had a season, with a quota of 25 bears, and all of western Canada was still open, from Alberta and NWT's Mackenzie Mountains west across BC and Yukon, and on to Alaska.
We characterized bird communities in the Mackenzie Mountains of the Northwest Territories by conducting point counts (n = 376) in June 2009 and 2010 and using community analysis metrics (multiple response permutation procedures, indicator species analysis, non-metric multidimensional scaling) to statistically and graphically describe bird data in six habitat types: coniferous forest, deciduous forest, shrub (short and tall), alpine tundra, and open water wetlands.
Each winter after the hunting season, he would recount wild stories of trophy moose living too deep in the Mackenzie Mountains for even the most intrepid hunters to reasonably pursue.
2000), biostratigraphically valuable thelodonts were described, a faunal succession scheme for the Avalanche Lake region (Mackenzie Mountains) was developed and correlations were made (Soehn et al.
ONE COOL, overcast morning last August, I climbed into the bow of a spray-skirted red canoe near the source of the Mountain River, high in the Northwest Territories' Mackenzie Mountains. It was quickly becoming clear that I might just be in over my head - figuratively speaking, I hoped.
Acid-extracted microfossils from the 'Little Bear biota' of the Mackenzie Mountains reveal important details of problematic groups including chancelloriids and hyolithids, and provide direct evidence of Cambrian diets in the form of faecal strings.
The company said that the Risby Project, located within the MacKenzie Mountains some 80km east of the MacMillan Pass in the Yukon Territories, is comprised of 93 claims totalling approximately 89,040 acres.
High in the Mackenzie Mountains of the Canadian Yukon and Northwest Territories, scientists are finding a trove of ancient hunting tools, which are being revealed as warming temperatures melt ice patches that have been in place for thousands of years.

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