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Impact on the Reindeer River and four Churchill River lakes

W. W. Sawchyn

Impact on the Reindeer River and four Churchill River lakes

by W. W. Sawchyn

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Published by Churchill River Study] in [Saskatoon .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Saskatchewan,
  • Reindeer River.,
  • Churchill River watershed (Sask. and Man.)
    • Subjects:
    • Hydroelectric power plants -- Environmental aspects -- Saskatchewan -- Reindeer River.,
    • Hydroelectric power plants -- Environmental aspects -- Churchill River watershed (Sask. and Man.)

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby W. W. Sawchyn.
      SeriesFinal report - Churchill River Study ; 9
      ContributionsChurchill River Study. Board.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQH545.H93 S28
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxiv, 260 p. :
      Number of Pages260
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4230160M
      LC Control Number80510433

      The only trip with a significant Saskatchewan component ran down the Cochrane River from Wollaston Lake to Brochet and Reindeer Lake. Marchildon, Greg and Sid Robinson. Canoeing the Churchill: A Practical Guide to the Historic Voyageur Highway. Edited by Ralph Nilson. Canadian Plains Research Centre, Regina (). Get this from a library! Churchill River study: synthesis. [Churchill River Study.] -- This report integrates the most important findings of the Churchill River study, giving a synopsis of the effects of hydroelectric power development in northern Manitoba and Saskatchewan.

      In the year it had been determined, if possible, to compete with the North-West Company on the upper waters of the Churchill River and on the Athabasca and Mackenzie Rivers, and instructions were [TYRRELL] PETER FIDLER, TRADER AND SURVEYOR sent to Peter Fidler at Cumberland to proceed up the Churchill River and to establish a trading. The Churchill River also appears to have been more heavily occupied than at least the southern or lower part of the Reindeer River (the northern segment has not yet been surveyed). The data, however, are not yet complete, and one can only speculate that the Reindeer River was less favored for human occupation than the Churchill River.

      A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. At its source the yard Frog Portage ran, with a foot drop, to Trade Lake on the Churchill a few miles west of the mouth of the Reindeer River. The route then ran at least miles northwest up the Churchill to Methye Portage which led to the Mackenzie .


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Impact on the Reindeer River and four Churchill River lakes by W. W. Sawchyn Download PDF EPUB FB2

The largest lake in the basin, Reindeer Lake, is regulated by Saskpower for power production at Island Falls Generating Station. Prior to the Churchill River Diversion, river flows exited Southern Indian Lake at Missi Falls through two natural outlets at the east end of the lake and flowed down the Lower Churchill River into the Hudson Bay.

The Churchill River Diversion preserves the seasonal shape of higher water levels in the summer and lower in the winter but there is some variation from month to month. The first impacts of the Churchill River Diversion on the Lower Churchill River occurred on June 1, when Missi outflows were cut in stages over 8 days from.

Physical impact Reindeer Lake Manitoba, by T. Muir, P. Ould and F. Penner. --Instantiates. Physical impact Reindeer Lake Manitoba; Publication.

Saskatoon, Sask., Churchill River Study, ; Note "Prepared for the Churchill River Study Board." Bibliography note Bibliography: p. Dimensions 28 cm. --Extent xviii, p. Lccn Other. part of Glacial Lake Agassiz.

The Reindeer Lake Basin is a remnant of this gigantic lake. The Churchill River itself is a series of small lakes that are connected by rapids and the “river”.

Since the retreat of the glacier and the landscape has settled into an inviting environment for plants, animals, and of File Size: 69KB. River of Lakes book. Read 14 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. First explored by naturalist William Bartram in the s, the St. J /5.

Regulation of the HBDB Reindeer Lake As the largest lake in the Churchill River Basin, Reindeer Lake serves as an off-channel storage reservoir for Island Falls GS, a hydroelectric generating station located on the Churchill River (Nelson River basin) approximately 45 kilometres upstream of the Saskatchewan-Manitoba boundary.

The purpose of this project was to identify how Churchill residents used the lower Churchill River (from to ), recognizing three distinct periods of time. Twenty interviews were conduc ted with former or current long-term residents of Churchill, as well as two interviews with experts on issues concerning the lower Churchill River.

Drainage Basin, which drains through the Cochrane River, Reindeer Lake and into the Churchill River system which ultimately drains into Hudson Bay.

The other drainage discharge is via the Fond du Lac River to Lake Athabasca, and thence to the Arctic Ocean. The rate of flow is slow, and the flushing time is estimated at fourteen years (MDH, ).

The Reindeer River, on the other hand, was rather drab, with mostly muddy shores and a burned out forest most of the way. Oddly enough, we found the directions in the route documentation to be perfect and extremely helpful, since several of the portage starting points were impossible to.

RIVERS AND LAKES Dollar E.S.J. University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa Keywords: rivers, lakes, drainage basin, hydrological cycle, hydrograph, sediment transport, climate change, succession, dams, human impact Contents 1. Introduction 2. The Hydrological Cycle 3.

Rivers 4. Rivers and the Hydrograph 5. Rivers and Time Scales 6. River. The next spring,he left Seepaywisk House, ascended the Burntwood River, and crossed to the Churchill River, in another attempt to reach Reindeer Lake. After failing to rendezvous with the Natives that he hoped would be his guides to the Athabasca, he.

MacFarlane River – site with three pictographs. Mountain Lake (Cow Island) Reindeer Lake – nine sites near here for a Mb copy of the M.A thesis submission of U of Saskatchewan student Perry Blomquist titled Contextualizing The Reindeer Lake Rock Art for more discussion of the pictographs.

Links To Other Sources: “Visions On Rock“, a web page about the pictographs. Reindeer Lake is a lake in Western Canada located on the border between northeastern Saskatchewan and northwestern Manitoba, with the majority in Saskatchewan.

Island (Trade) lake has its outlet at Kettle Falls, which is 15feet high, fifteen miles from Frog Portage. About two miles below KettleFalls, the Reindeer River, the largest tributary of the Churchill, enters from the north. For a distance of twenty or twenty-five miles below themouth of the Reindeer River there follows a stretch ofFile Size: KB.

The Churchill River is a classic northern Canadian river to canoe. Starting in Churchill Lake, Saskatchewan, the river flows east for over 1, kilometres emptying into Hudson’s Bay.

It’s unique in that all the water flowing in the river is Saskatchewan based, with not a drop of mountain water. The range of canoeing options is phenomenal so your best bet is to pick up a guide book on.

and Charles down the Churchill River to Fort Churchill. In Thompson surveyed the Churchill River from Duck Portage up to the mouth of the Reindeer River, the Reindeer River to Reindeer 7 See footnote 8 Justin Winsor: The Kohl Collection (now in the Library of Congress) of Maps Relating to America (a reprint of Bibliogr.

Canoe Maps Canada Specialty Maps include many features not found on standard topographic maps. These include: Churchill River 7 - Otter Lake (synthetic option) Churchill River 8 - Otter Lake to Nistowiak Porcupine River 1 & 2 Reindeer Lake 1 to 5 (sold seperately) Weaver River Waterfound River.

Eleven of Saskatchewan's fifteen largest lakes are part of the Churchill River system, including Reindeer Lake, Wollaston Lake, and Lac La Ronge, each of which are over km2 in area.

This region contains the largest number of species of breeding songbirds in North America. It is home to the woodland caribou and supports one of the largest inlandFile Size: 1MB.

Observed on shore of Rapid River Lake, Churchill River, June One taken on shore of Sucker Bay, south end Reindeer Lake, July 5.

Observed Cochrane River, July One taken north of Fort Du Brochet, October Musk-rat. — Observed on Sandy Lake, Churchill River, June 9, and in marsh in neighbourhood of Fort Du Brochet in August. On The Great Churchill River.

Part 11 In the afternoon, after spending some time searching through one or two of the islands, we reached the end of Island Lake and there located Frog Portage on the south shore opposite an island, where the river takes a sharp turn into the north-east. In olden days Indian tracks from the Reindeer River-Foster River territory radiated from the Hudson Bay post at He a la Crosse, and this stretch of the Churchill River was a well-used main route, but later, a shorter and easier north route developed to the Churchill, from Cumberland House via Sturgeonweir River to Frog Portage, and from Prince.In the s, he teamed up with several Canadians to travel the “lonely land” of the Churchill River.3 Between the trips of Oberholtzer and the Olson party, only a few fur traders, geologists, adventurers, missionaries and policemen had entered the lands north of the Churchill River.The Discovery.

It was a grey day in January when I discovered that my leather-bound copy of The River War, one of thirty-four volumes of the Collected Works of Sir Winston S.

Churchill that I had recently purchased, was but an abridgment. Like Churchill himself, if on a more modest scale, I have always lived a charmed life; and, by extraordinary good fortune, my wife Judith and I were.