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Beringian Research Notes

This series profiles the fascinating Ice Age fauna that once roamed unglaciated northern and central Yukon. Mammoth, giant ground sloth, and giant-short faced bear are a few of the species featured in these informative brochures, written by experts in the field.

  1. Jefferson's Ground Sloth. By C.R. Harington. 4pp. 1995.
  2. Woolly Mammoth.* By C.R. Harington. 4 pp. 1996.
  3. American Mastodon.* By C.R. Harington. 4 pp. 1996.
  4. North American Short-Faced Bear.* By C.R. Harington. 4 pp. 1996.
  5. American Lion. By C.R. Harington. 4 pp. 1996.
  6. Giant Beaver.* By C.R. Harington. 4 pp. 1996.
  7. American Scimitar Cat. By C.R. Harington. 4 pp. 1996.
  8. Steppe Bison ~ coming soon
  9. Beringia Research. By R.E. Morlan. 4 pp. 1997.
  10. Ice Age Yukon and Alaskan Camels. By C.R. Harington. 4 pp. 1997.
  11. Saiga Antelope. By C.R. Harington. 4 pp. 1998.
  12. Ancient Caribou. By C.R. Harington. 4 pp. 1999.
  13. Helmeted Muskox. By C.R. Harington. 4 pp. 2002.
  14. Yukon Horse. By C.R. Harington. 4 pp. 2002.
  15. Flat- headed Peccary. 4 pp. 2007.
  16. Black-footed Ferret. 4 pp. 2007.
  17. Arctic Ground Squirrel. 4 pp. 2007.
  18. Giant Moose. 4 pp. 2007.
  19. Blue Fish Caves. 8 pp. 2008
  20. Yukon Ice Age Vertebrates. 12 pp. 2008.
  21. Whitestone Mammoth. 4 pp. 2008.
  22. Tephra. 8 pp. 2009.
  23. Northern Wolves. 8 pp. 2011. 

(*Reprinted with permission of Canadian Museum of Nature, Ottawa)