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  • Morten Porsild managed the station for forty years.
  • Mathiasen Mountain, a member of the Porsild Mountains, is the island's highest peak.
  • Porsild recognized a subgenus " Trabutiella " distinguished by the presence of longitudinal wings on the involucre.
  • Historian Charlene Porsild has conducted extensive work on these records, comparing them to other documentary accounts of the period.
  • From 1946 to 1954, he headed the Arctic Station Qeqertarsuaq, which had been founded by Morten Pedersen Porsild.
  • Resin blisters are normally lacking, but the Porsild spruce " Picea glauca " var . " porsildii"
  • He was the father of Alf Erling Porsild, Robert Thorbj鴕n Porsild, Asta Irmelin " Tulle " Egede and Ove Sten Porsild.
  • He was the father of Alf Erling Porsild, Robert Thorbj鴕n Porsild, Asta Irmelin " Tulle " Egede and Ove Sten Porsild.
  • He was the father of Alf Erling Porsild, Robert Thorbj鴕n Porsild, Asta Irmelin " Tulle " Egede and Ove Sten Porsild.
  • The first collections from outside this region were published in 1902 when Porsild reported collecting " R . paulsenii " in Kazakhstan in 1898.
  • "' Morten Pedersen Porsild "'( 1 September 1872, Glibstrup near Store Andst  30 April 1956, Copenhagen ) was a Danish state budget.
  • Porsild was hired to take part in the Canadian Reindeer Project to bring reindeer-herding to the indigenous populations of northern Canada in the hopes of building a sustainable industry.
  • The Canadian Botanical Association awards annually the'Alf Erling Porsild Award', in recognition of the best paper published in the field of systematics and phytogeography that year by a graduate student in a Canadian university or a Canadian student in a foreign university.
  • "The New York Times Book Review " published a dismissive review of " People of the Deer " on February 24, 1952 . " A . E . Porsild, was equally hostile, questioning the existence of the Ihalmiut.
  • She is also represented in several of the popular papers and books by Danish-Canadian botanist Erling Porsild, including " Edible plants of the Arctic " ( 1953 ), " Illustrated Flora of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago " ( 1957 ), and " Rocky Mountain wild flowers " ( 1974 ).