Theses list of CanNor funded activities for
Slave Province Surficial Materials and Permafrost Study
- Cayer E.M., 2017. The Development of Novel Geochemical Technologies for the Discovery of Kimberlites Concealed by Glacial Drift in the Northwest Territories, Canada, Master of Science thesis, MDRU, University of British Columbia. BC.
- Haiblen, A.M., 2016. Glacial History and Landform Genesis in the Lac de Gras Area, Northwest Territories. M.Sc. thesis, Simon Fraser University. BC.
- Janzen, R.J.D. (in review) 2019. Dispersion of kimberlite indicators and pathfinders in near-surface glacial sediments, Lac de Gras, NT. M.Sc. thesis, Carleton University. ON.
- Prowse, N., 2017. Morphology and Sedimentology of Eskers in the Lac de Gras Area, Northwest Territories, Canada. M.Sc. thesis, Carleton University. ON.
- Riddick, J., 2015. Derivation of a field protocol to sample permafrost terrain with emphasis on spatial variability and scale. Honors thesis, Carleton University.
- McWade, T., 2016. Eyeliner slumps: distribution and geomorphology in the Lac de Gras region, Northwest Territories, Canada. Honors thesis, Carleton University.
- Subedi, R., 2017. Depth profiles of geochemistry and organic carbon from permafrost and active layer soils in tundra landscapes near Lac de Gras, Northwest Territories, Canada. Master of Science thesis, Carleton University.
- Stewart-Jones, E., 2018. Spatial and inter-annual variation in surface offset near Lac de Gras, Northwest Territories, for 2015–2016 and 2016–2017. Honors thesis, Carleton University.