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Edenhoffer, Klaus, and Roger Hayter. “Organizational Restructuring in British Columbia’s Forest Industries 1980-2010: The Survival of a Dinosaur,” Applied Geography 40 (2013): 222-31.

Journal Articles forestry geography history

Edworthy, Amanda B., and Kathy Martin. “Persistence of Tree Cavities Used by Cavity-Nesting Vertebrates Declines in Harvested Forests,” Journal of Wildlife Management 77, no. 4 (2013): 770-76.

Journal Articles environmental studies forestry

Ekers, Michael. “Pounding Dirt All Day': Labor, Sexuality and Gender in the British Columbia Reforestation Sector,” Gender, Place & Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography 7, no. 20 (2013): 876-95.

Journal Articles forestry gender geography

Gavin, Daniel G., Linda B. Brubaker, and Kenneth P. Lertzman. “An 1800-Year Record of the Spatial and Temporal Distribution of Fire From the West Coast of Vancouver Island, Canada,” Canadian Journal of Forest Research 33 (2003): 573-86.

Journal Articles forestry

Gilani, Haris R., Robert A. Kozak, and John L.Innes. “A Change Management Model for the Adoption of Chain of Custody Certification in the British Columbia Value-added Wood Products Sector,” Journal of Change Management 3, no. 18 (2018): 240-256.

Journal Articles forestry

Goemans, Magdalene, and Patricia Ballamingie. “Forest as Hazard, Forest as Victim: Community Perspectives and Disaster Mitigation in the Aftermath of Kelowna’s 2003 Wildfires,” Canadian Geographer 1, no. 57 (2013): 56-71.

Journal Articles forestry geography

Griffin, Robert, and Lorne Hammond. Stewards of the People's Forests: A Short History of the British Columbia Forest Service. Victoria, BC: Royal BC Museum, 2014. 304 pp. 9780772668326 (pbk).

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