Hudson Bay Lowlands are a vast wetland located between the Canadian Shield
and southern ... Plants from more temperate regions mix with arctic species.
the Hudson Bay Lowlands region that still need to be protected. ... for traditional
land uses, such as hunting and trapping, for future ... Arctic biota and geology.
It is virtually landlocked but is joined to the Arctic Ocean to the north by Foxe
Channel ... The bay is generally shallow, and the land is rising steadily at around
60 cm per ... The surrounding Hudson Bay Lowland (see Physiographic Regions)
... regions: Arctic Lands, Cordillera, Interior Plains, Hudson Bay Lowland, ... of the
treeline are the criteria used in the following physiographic regionalization.
Fewer species are found toward the North where arctic species predominate. ...
Some belugas use the polynya of north-west Hudson Bay and James Bay in
winter. ... use staging areas on the coastal marshes of the Hudson Bay Lowlands
during ... land selection negotiations between the Inuit and federal government
Jan 23, 2009 ... It is connected with the Arctic Ocean to the north by the Foxe Channel and the
Fury and Hecla Strait. ... Bay, thereby making the HBC owners of the whole of
Rupert's Land. ... Hudson Bay watershed (including the James and Ungava bays)
... A large portion of the lowlands in the province of Ontario is part of ...
Jan 21, 2014 ... Land. Relief and drainage. Nunavut [Credit: Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.] ... The
Arctic Archipelago consists of lowlands in the south that rise to the .... Settlements
on the west coast of Hudson Bay and in Keewatin region are ... Snowmobiles and
all-terrain vehicles often are used for local transportation.
The persistence of aboriginal land use: fish and wildlife harvest areas in the
Hudson and James Bay Lowland, Ontario. Arctic 48: 81-93. Bernatchez, L., and ...
Hudson Bay, in northeast Canada, is the world's largest inland sea ... Partly
within the Arctic Circle, it connects with the Atlantic Ocean via the Hudson Strait
and Sea of ... This means there are many treasures to explore on land and
underwater. ... was a sought-after luxury in Europe at that time, used for making
beaver hats ...
the Hudson's Bay Lowland is the world's third largest wetland and the largest in ...
cient and informed land use planning – and here we have the basis for it.