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Further Reading

Banfield, A.W.F. 1974. The Mammals of Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. ISBN 0-8020-2137-9

Boden, J. F. and E. Boden, eds. 1991. Canada North of Sixty. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart Inc. ISBN 0-7710-1581-X

Bone, R. 1992. The Geography of the Canadian North. London: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-540772-5

Government of Canada. 1991. The State of Canada's Environment. Ottawa: Minister of Supply and Services Canada. ISBN 0-660-14237-6

Government of Canada. 1996. The State of Canada's Environment-1996. Environment Canada. Ottawa, Ont.

Government of Canada. 1994. A Marine Ecological Classification System for Canada. Draft Report. Marine Environmental Quality Advisory Group. Ottawa: Environment Canada.

Government of Canada. 1994. The Inuit Economy - sustaining a way of life. A State of the Environment Fact Sheet. Ottawa: Environment Canada. ISBN 0-662-21528-1.http://www.ec.gc.ca/soer-ree/English/products/factsheets/94-1.cfm

Government of Canada. 1995. Sea to Sea to Sea: Canada's National Marine Conservation System Plan. Department of Canadian Heritage. Ottawa: Minister of Supply and Services Canada. ISBN 0-662-23045-0

Renewable Resources. Various Dates. NWT Wildlife Sketches. (Thirteen brochures on selected wildlife species.) Yellowknife: Government of the Northwest Territories

Rogers, Stan. 1981. Northwest Passage. Dundas, Ontario. Fogarty's Cove Music Inc. FCM 004D.

Welch, Harold E. 1995. Marine Conservation in the Canadian Arctic: A Regional Overview. Ottawa: Arctic Resources Committee, Northern Perspectives, Volume 23, Number 1, Spring 1995.

Wiken, E. 1986. Terrestrial Ecozones of Canada. Ecological Land Classification Series, No. 19. Environment Canada. Ottawa, Ont. ISBN 0-662-14761-8.

Wiken, E. 1996. Ecosystems: frameworks for thought. World Conservation. Volume 27, Number 1. IUCN, Gland, Switzerland .

Based on the Terrestrial Ecozones of Canada (Wiken, 1986), this series was developed by State of the Environment Directorate staff of Environment Canada to capture the representative elements of each ecozone using an artistic depiction and providing descriptive text.

Artwork was done under contract by William J. Johnson of Fine Art Studio, London, Ont.

Most of the text was written by Environment Canada staff--Ed Wiken, John Reid and many others--and some of the work was written under contract to Kenneth Lawton Communications. Sources of information came from a number of organizations including other government departments, universities, non-governmental groups and consultants.

Final copy editing was done by West Hawk Associates in Ottawa.

Information and reviews were provided by the Canadian Council on Ecological Areas (CCEA).

Design of the poster was completed by Accurate Design and Communication Inc. of Nepean, Ontario.