References

References
BILLINGS, W. D., and L. C. BLISS. 1959. An alpine snowbank environ- ment and its effects on vegetation, plant development and produc- tivity. Ecology40(3):388.10.2307/1929755
388
BONAZZI, R. A.1972. The aquatic ecosystem: a continuing study. American Biology Teacher34(5):273.
Bonazzi
5
273
34
American Biology Teacher
1972
BOYER, D. S.1968. The Canadian North. National Geographic 134(1):1.
Boyer
1
1
134
National Geographic
1968
COUCHMAN, J. K., J. C. MACBEAN, A. STECHER, and D. F. WENT- WORTH. 1971. Snow and ice. Holt, Rinehart & Winston of Canada Ltd., Toronto.
Couchman
Snow and ice
1971
ELSNER, R. W., and W. 0. PRUITT, JR. 1959. Some structural and thermal characteristics of snow shelters. Arctic12(1):20.
Elsner
1
20
12
Arctic
1959
FORMOZOV, A. N.1946. Snow cover as an integral factor of the environment and its importance in the ecology of mammals and birds. Originally published as "Materials for Fauna and Flora of the USSR," New Series, Zoology5(20): 1. English translation: 1969. Occasional Publication no. 1, Boreal Institute, University of Alberta, Edmonton.
Formozov
20
New Series
1
5
Zoology
1946
FRANCONE, F. M.1975. Ice cream making: an example of applied chemistry. Science Teacher42(1):50.
Francone
1
50
42
Science Teacher
1975
GRAIKA, T.1973. The effects of wind on snow. Science Teacher 40(7):47
Graika
7
47
40
Science Teacher
1973
IRVING, L.1966. Adaptations to cold. In Vertebrate Adaptations, Readings from Scientific American. 1968. W. H. Freeman & Co., San Francisco.
Irving
Adaptations to cold
Vertebrate Adaptations, Readings from Scientific American. 1968
1966
KNIGHT, C., and N. KNIGHT. 1973. Snow crystals. Scientific American 228(1):100.
Knight
1
100
228
Scientific American
1973
LACHAPELLE, E. R.1969. Field guide to snow crystals. University of Washington Press, Seattle.
Lachapelle
Field guide to snow crystals
1969
MASON, B. J.1961. The growth of snow crystals. Scientific American 204(1):120.
Mason
1
120
204
Scientific American
1961
MORGAN, T.1975. What a crazy way for life to end. Reader's Digest 106(634):67.
Morgan
634
67
106
Reader's Digest
1975
MURIE, 0. J. 1958. A field guide to animal tracks. Peterson Field Guide Series. Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston.
Murie
A field guide to animal tracks
1958
MURPHY, J.1971. Winter under water. Ward's Bulletin11(77): 1.
Murphy
77
1
11
Ward's Bulletin
1971
MURPHY, J.1970. An exercise in winter ecology. Science Teacher 37(7):59.
Murphy
7
59
37
Science Teacher
1970
OSGOOD, W., and L. HURLEY. 1971. The snowshoe book. Stephen Greene Press, Brattleboro, Vt.
Osgood
The snowshoe book
1971
PRUITT, W. O., JR.1957. Observations on the bioclimate of some taiga mammals. Arctic10(3):131.
Pruitt
3
131
10
Arctic
1957
—1960. Animals in the snow. Scientific American202(1):60.
Pruitt
1
60
202
Scientific American
1960
—1967. Animals of the North. Harper & Row, New York.
Pruitt
Animals of the North
1967
—1970. Some ecological aspects of snow. In Ecology of the Subarctic Regions (Ecology & Conservation Series), UNESCO, Paris. P. 83-100.
Pruitt
Some ecological aspects of snow
83
Ecology of the Subarctic Regions
1970
—1973. Life in the snow. Manitoba Nature14(4):3.
Pruitt
4
3
14
Manitoba Nature
1973
RAMSEIER, R. 0. 1974. Oil on ice. Environment16(4):6.
Ramseier
4
6
16
Environment
1974
SISSON, R. F.1970. Snowflakes to keep. National Geographic 137(1):104.
Sisson
1
104
137
National Geographic
1970
TIMBERLAKE, H. D.1968. Eskimo snow houses. Canadian Geog- raphical Journal76(3):102.
Timberlake
3
102
76
Canadian Geographical Journal
1968
WEBSTER, D.1968. Snow stumpers. Natural History Press, Garden City, N. Y.
Webster
Snow stumpers
1968
This content is only available via PDF.

Article PDF first page preview

Article PDF first page preview