Traditional Knowledge and Archaeology at Huluraq, near Cambridge Bay, Nunavut

Eleven elders camped with interviewers, archaeologists, and students at Huluraq for four days. Structured and unstructured interviews were recorded concerning past travel, subsistence, and social interaction at the site. In addition, a map was made of all archaeological features, including 73 caches, 31 tent rings, and over 60 other features. Most of the archaeological remains relate to Inuit occupations, although traces of earlier, Palaeo-Eskimo activities are also present.

Identifier
Source https://www.polardata.ca/pdcsearch/PDCSearchDOI.jsp?doi_id=1067
Metadata Access http://www.polardata.ca/oai/provider?verb=GetRecord&metadataPrefix=fgdc&identifier=1067_fgdc
Provenance
Creator Max Friesen
Publisher Canadian Cryospheric Information Network
Contributor University of Toronto
Publication Year 2013
Rights Limited
Contact max.friesen@utoronto.ca
Representation
Language English
Coverage
Discipline Environmental Research
Spatial Coverage (69N,104W)
Temporal Coverage Begin 2008-05-14T11:59:59Z
Temporal Coverage End 2008-12-31T11:59:59Z