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Doctoral thesis. Investigating the mechanism of population increase following logging, and to test the hypothesis that genetic changes are associated with changes in abundance. Field work carried out on Vancouver Island.
Masters Thesis. Structural, cytological and chemical data are used to establish synonymy, taxonomic relationships and a classification of the herbaceous taxa of Cornus L.
Masters thesis. Mountain caribou studied from September 1975 to December 1977 from both population and phytosociological viewpoints. // "The Alberta Fish and Wildlife Division and Northwood are gratefully acknowledged for their assistance" -- p. viii.
Covers the petrography, chemistry, mineralogy and petrogenesis of this late cenozoic eruptive centre.
Masters thesis. Studies the mineralogy of the southcentral B.C. deposit, which occurs in the mafic volcanic rocks of the upper Paleozoic Fennell Formation.
Threespine sticklebacks (Gasterosteus aculeatus) in Drizzle Lake and its inlet, Queen Charlotte Islands: ecological and behavioural relationships and their relevance to reproductive isolationDownload
Masters thesis. Concludes that the threespine sticklebacks found in the inlet to Drizzle Lake differ morphologically, ecologically and behaviourally from those in the lake itself.
A permineralized flower bud, two stamen clusters and one isolated stamen of similar morphology have been found in the black cherts of the Middle Eocene Allenby Formation of Princeton, British Columbia. Specimens were studied using a modified cellulose acetate peel technique and hydrofluoric...
Permineralized Fruits and Seeds from the Princeton Chert (Middle Eocene) of British Columbia: Araceae.Download
Some of the most conspicuous fruit and seed remains from the Middle Eocene Princeton chert locality (Allenby Formation) are assignable to the Araceae. Several thousand campylotropous, reniform, spiny seeds 2.5-3.2 mm long x 1.8-2.3 mm wide have been found dispersed in the chert. Two fruits, each...
Definition and interpretation of fact in Canadian Aboriginal title litigation: A comment on DelgamuukwDownload
Professors Asch and Bell argue that Aboriginal title litigation presents a unique set of evidentiary problems both for Aboriginal plaintiffs and the courts. The elements of proof of title are themselves imbued with an ethnocentrism which serves to ignore Aboriginal systems of land ownership and...
The middle Eocene Princeton chert locality in southern British Columbia, Canada, contains one of the best-preserved permineralized Tertiary floral assemblages known in North America. The quality of pres- ervation of the vascular plant and fungal remains is exquisite because anatomical and...