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Journal Articles economics/business forestry

Affolderbach, Julia. “Engos and Environmental Bargains: A Comparative Analysis of Forest Conflicts in Tasmania and British Columbia.” PhD. Simon Fraser University, 2008.


Theses Dissertations and Graduate Projects environmental studies forestry Indigenous

Ambus, Lisa Marie. “The Evolution of Devolution: Evaluation of the Community Forest Agreement in British Columbia.” MS. University of British Columbia, 2008.


Theses Dissertations and Graduate Projects forestry

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Books and Chapters in Books environmental studies forestry

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Journal Articles forestry

Baumber, Stephen William. “Exploring Discretion and Ethical Agency of BC Professional Foresters: The Space between Ought and Can.” MS. University of British Columbia, 2009.


Theses Dissertations and Graduate Projects forestry

Benner, Jordan, Ken Lertzman, and Evelyn W. Pinkerton. “Social Contracts and Community Forestry: How Can We Design Forest Policies and Tenure Arrangements to Generate Local Benefits?,” Canadian Journal of Forest Research 8, no. 44 (2014): 903-13.


Journal Articles forestry

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Books and Chapters in Books forestry

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Journal Articles environmental studies forestry

Bixby, Miriam E.F. “Evaluating Social Welfare Implications of Forestry Policies When Economic and Environmental Values Matter in a British Columbia Context.” PhD. University of British Columbia, 2008.


Theses Dissertations and Graduate Projects economics/business environmental studies forestry

Bixler, R. Patrick. “From Community Forest Management to Polycentric Governance: Assessing Evidence from the Bottom Up,” Society and Natural Resources 2, no. 27 (2014): 155-69.


Journal Articles forestry

Bixler, Richard Patrick. “Sustaining Forests, Sustaining Place: Changing Socio-Natures in Revelstoke, British Columbia.” MS. University of Montana, 2008.


Theses Dissertations and Graduate Projects environmental studies forestry

Bogle, Tim, and G. Cornelis van Kooten. “Protecting Timber Supply on Public Land in Response to Catastrophic Natural Disturbance: A Principal-Agent Problem,” Forest Science 1, no. 61 (2015): 83-92.


Journal Articles forestry

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Journal Articles forestry Indigenous

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Journal Articles forestry geography

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Theses Dissertations and Graduate Projects forestry

Braches, Fred. “Chile, Peru, and the Early Lumber Exports of British Columbia,” British Columbia History 42, no. 2 (2009): 7-Feb.


Journal Articles forestry history

British Columbia, Forest Practices Board. Conserving Old Growth Forests in BC: Implementation of Old-Growth Retention Objectives under FRPA: Special Investigation. Victoria, BC: Forest Practices Board, 2012. 32 pp.


Books and Chapters in Books forestry

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Books and Chapters in Books biography forestry history

Burda,Cheri, Fred Gale, and Michael M'Gonigle. “Eco-Forestry Versus the State(us) Quo: Or Why Innovative Forestry Is Neither Contemplated Nor Permitted Within the State Structure of British Columbia,” BC Studies 119 (1998): 45-86, https://ojs.library.ubc.ca/index.php/bcstudies/article/view/1789/1835.


Journal Articles environmental studies forestry

Castleden, Heather, Theresa Garvin, and the Huu-ay-aht First Nation. “Hishuk Tsawak' (Everything Is One/Connected): A Huu-ay-aht Worldview for Seeing Forestry in British Columbia, Canada,” Society and Natural Resources  22, no. 9 (2009): 789-804.


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Caverley, Natasha. “Healing the 'Red Forests' and One Another: Understanding the Socio-Cultural Impacts of the Mountain Pine Beetle Epidemic on First Nations Communities in British Columbia,” Native Studies Review 18, no. 2 (2009): 105-20.


Journal Articles environmental studies forestry Indigenous

Cavers, Matt. “"Victoria's Own Oak Tree": A Brief Cultural History of Victoria's Garry Oaks After 1843,” BC Studies 163 (2009): 65-85, https://ojs.library.ubc.ca/index.php/bcstudies/article/view/280/416.


Journal Articles environmental studies forestry

Code, Kathleen Lynne. “On the Road to Sustainable Community Forestry: A Case Study of Three British Columbia Forestry-Dependent Towns.” MA. Royal Roads University, 2011.


Theses Dissertations and Graduate Projects environmental studies forestry

Connell, David J., Jessica Shapiro, and Loraine Lavallee. “Old-Growth Forest Values: A Case Study of the Ancient Cedars of British Columbia,” Society & Natural Resources 12, no. 28 (2015): 1323-39.


Journal Articles economics/business forestry

Connell, David J., John Hall, and John Shultis. “Ecotourism and Forestry: A Study of Tension in a Peripheral Region of British Columbia, Canada,” Journal of Ecotourism 2, no. 16 (2017): 169–89, https://doi.org/10.1080/14724049.2016.1255221.


Journal Articles forestry tourism

Croft, Shannon, and Rolf W. Mathewes. “Barking up the Right Tree: Understanding Birch Bark Artifacts from the Canadian Plateau, British Columbia,” BC Studies 180 (2014): 83-122, https://ojs.library.ubc.ca/index.php/bcstudies/article/view/184165/184322.


Journal Articles forestry Indigenous

Daniels, Lori D., Mariko Yanagawa, Kari L. Werner, Luke Vasak, Jessica A. Panjer, Rebecca A. Klady, Janneke Lade, and Bob Brett. “Preservation of Old-Growth Forests: A Case Study of Big Timber Park, Whistler, BC,” Canadian Geographer 52, no. 3 (2008): 367-379.


Journal Articles environmental studies forestry geography

Davis, Emily Jane. “The Rise and Fall of a Model Forest,” BC Studies 161 (2009): 65-57, https://ojs.library.ubc.ca/index.php/bcstudies/article/view/558/602.


Journal Articles environmental studies forestry

Davis, Wade. “If We Build It, They Will Come: Industrial Folly and the Fate of Northwest British Columbia,” BC Studies 197 (2018): 145-162, https://ojs.library.ubc.ca/index.php/bcstudies/article/view/190337/187021.


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