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Lovely Labrador

July 19, 2010 | Dr. Jeff Wells

Our friend and member of the International Boreal Conservation Science Panel Dr. John Jacobs, Professor of Geography at the Memorial University of Newfoundland, recently took a trip to some remote parts of Labrador. He was able to take some great photos of unique boreal ecosystems, which I’m sharing below:


Grand Lake at North West River - historic gateway to the Labrador interior
Credit: J. Jacobs


Churchill River (Mista-Shipu) - above Muskrat Falls - site of proposed Lower Churchill hydroelectric project
Credit: J. Jacobs


Muskrat Falls
Credit: J. Jacobs


Wetlands and forest on Lake Melville coastal plain - looking toward Mealy Mountains
Credit: J. Jacobs


Peatland and open forest near height of land, northcentral Labrador
Credit: J. Jacobs


Near the northern forest limit, northcentral Labrador
Credit: J. Jacobs

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