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  • The Tatshenshini-Alsek area represents a region of unusual species richness where a number of biomes meet, with habitats including relatively warm, dry river bottoms; wet meadows; alpine tundra; and rock.

    Tatshenshini-Alsek Provincial Wilderness Park, Canada

  • As the wide valleys of the Tatshenshini and Alsek rivers pass through the St Elias mountains, they represent the only vegetated, low elevation and ice-free linkage for the migration of plant and animal species in the entire region.

    Tatshenshini-Alsek Provincial Wilderness Park, Canada

  • Prior to the 19th century, evidence suggests that the Tutchone and Tlingit inhabited the Tatshenshini-Alsek area.

    Tatshenshini-Alsek Provincial Wilderness Park, Canada

  • Elias/Glacier Bay/Tatshenchini-Alsek site which is far more northerly is mountainous and topographically very varied but has a less diverse biota, less close connection with its coast and no periodic sea ice.

    Shiretoko, Japan

  • While the western portion of the park is dominated by the St Elias mountains and associated glaciers and icefields, the eastern portion consists of the lower elevation Alsek Ranges with large expanses of alpine tundra.

    Tatshenshini-Alsek Provincial Wilderness Park, Canada

  • Tatshenshini-Alsek Rivers recreation corridor assessment.

    Tatshenshini-Alsek Provincial Wilderness Park, Canada

  • The Champagne and Aishihik First Nations have filed a comprehensive land claim with the federal government which defines traditional territory, including most of the Tatshenshini-Alsek area in British Columbia.

    Tatshenshini-Alsek Provincial Wilderness Park, Canada

  • Found in Tatshenshini-Alsek National Wilderness Park near the Yukon border, the body was recovered along with a hat and skin coat, a hunting spear and atlatl, or spear-thrower, a leather sheath, cordage, and a snack of dried fish in a leather bag.

    Who's Buried in the Ice?

  • North America's wildest river, the Tatshenshini-Alsek, was recognized last year by the United Nations as an endangered river whose importance deserved international recognition and preservation.

    Statement By Vice President Al Gore

  • North America's wildest river, the Tatshenshini-Alsek, was recognized last year by the United Nations as an endangered river whose importance deserved international recognition and preservation.

    Statement By Vice President Al Gore

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