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“Alternative energy: a summary of possible future sources of electricity and how B.C. Hydro is helping to develop them.” In Vancouver: British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority, 1982. 16.

Grey Literature energy environmental studies

Ambus, Lisa. “Community Forestry in British Columbia: From a Movement to an Institution.” In in Community Forestry in Canada: Lessons from Policy and Practice, by Sara Teitelbaum. 155-77. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2016. 416 pp. 9780774831888 (hc).

Books and Chapters in Books environmental studies forestry

Aravena, R., S.M. Harrison, J.F. Barker, H. Abercrombie, and D. Rudolph. “Origin of Methane in the Elk Valley Coalfield, Southeastern British Columbia, Canada,” Chemical Geology 195 (2003): 219-27.

Journal Articles environmental studies geography

Armstrong, Jeannette. “Living from the Land: Food Security and Food Sovereignty Today and into the Future.” In Plants, people, and places: the roles of ethnobotany and ethnoecology in indigenous peoples' land rights in Canada and beyond. Turner, Nancy J, Montreal, QC: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2020. 554 pp. 9780228001836 (hc). pp.

Books and Chapters in Books environmental studies Indigenous

Arocena, Joselito M., Sanjay K. Nepal, and Michael Rutherford. “Visitor-Induced Changes in the Chemical Composition of Soils in Backcountry Areas of Mt. Robson Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada,” Journal of Environmental Management 79, no. 1 (2006): 10-19.

Journal Articles environmental studies

Ban, Natalie C., Chris R. Picard, and Amanda C.J. Vincent. “Comparing and Integrating Community-Based and Science-Based Approaches to Prioritizing Marine Areas for Protection,” Conservation Biology 23, no. 4 (2009): 899-910.

Journal Articles environmental studies