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Holden, Jessica J., Brenna Collicutt, Garth Covernton, Kieran D. Cox, Darienne Lancaster, Sarah E. Dudas, Natalie C. Ban, and Aerin L. Jacob. “Synergies on the Coast: Challenges Facing Shellfish Aquaculture Development on the Central and North Coast of British Columbia,” Marine Policy 101 (2019): 108-117, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2019.01.001.

Journal Articles economics/business environmental studies Indigenous

Holden, Jessica J., Brian C. Kingzett, Shaun MacNeill, Wes Smith, Francis Juanes, and Sarah E. Dudas. “Beach-Cast Biomass and Commercial Harvesting of a Non-Indigenous Seaweed, Mazzaella Japonica, on the Cast Coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia,” Journal of Applied Phycology 2, no. 30 (2018): 1175-1184.

Journal Articles environmental studies

Holden, Meg, and Majken Toftager Larsen. “Institutionalizing a Policy by Any Other Name: In the City of Vancouver's Greenest City Action Plan, Does Climate Change Policy or Sustainability Policy Smell as Sweet?,” Urban Research & Practice 3, no. 8 (2015): 354-70.

Journal Articles climate change environmental studies

Holden, Meg, and Sean Connelly. The Learning City. Edited by H. Peter Oberlander, Vancouver: Vancouver Working Group, 2005. 63 pp. https://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/british-columbians-our-governments/local-governments/planning-land-use/wuf_the_learning_city.pdf.

Books and Chapters in Books education

Holden, Meg, Julia MacKenzie, and Robert VanWynsberghe. “Vancouver's Promise of the World's First Sustainable Olympic Games,” Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 26, no. 5 (2008): 882-905.

Journal Articles 2010 Vancouver Olympics environmental studies

Holden, Meg; Esfahani, Azadeh Hadizadeh, and Andy Scerri. “Facilitated and Emergent Social Learning in Sustainable Urban Redevelopment: Exposing a Mismatch and Moving Towards Convergence,” Urban Research & Practice 1, no. 7 (2014): 1-19.

Journal Articles planning

Holdsworth, Deryck W. “Cottages and Castles for Vancouver Home-Seekers,” BC Studies 69/70 (1986): 11-32, https://ojs.library.ubc.ca/index.php/bcstudies/article/view/1227/1271.

Journal Articles economics/business sociology

Holland, Daniel S. “Making Cents out of Barter Data from the British Columbia Groundfish ITQ Market,” Marine Resource Economics 4, no. 28 (2013): 311-30.

Journal Articles economics/business environmental studies

Holland, Dave. Tide Changes: A True West Coast Fishing Adventure. Kelowna, BC: Webb Publishing, 2014. 220 pp. 9781927056080 (pbk).

Books and Chapters in Books history memoir

Holland, Kenneth M. “A History of Chinese Immigration in the United States and Canada,” American Review of Canadian Studies 37, no. 2 (2007): 150-160.

Journal Articles Chinese cultural minorities history

Holland, Louise. Hey, There's No Violin in This Case!: Life With the 7 M's. Victoria: Trafford, 2007. 291 pp. 9781425110314.

Books and Chapters in Books biography

Hollingsworth, Pamela Louise. “Inquiry of Perception: Grade Seven Students Express Their Views of Self in Relation to More-Than-Human-Life.” MA. Royal Roads University, 2018.

Theses Dissertations and Graduate Projects education

Holloway, Brent. “Without Conquest or Purchase': The Annexation Moment in British Columbia, 1866-1871.” MA. University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, 2016.

Theses Dissertations and Graduate Projects history

Hollowell, Julie, and George Nicholas. “Intellectual Property Issues in Archaeology: A Case from ‘The Midden',” The Midden 39, no. 4 (2007): 10-15.

Journal Articles archeology law

Holm, Bill. Northwest Coast Indian Art: An Analysis of Form. 50th anniversary edition, Vancouver, BC: UBC Press, 2014. 144 pp. 9780295994277 (pbk).

Books and Chapters in Books Indigenous visual arts

Holm, Bill. Smoky-Top: the art and times of Willie Seaweed. Thomas Burke Memorial Washington State Museum monograph, Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 1983. 183 pp.

Books and Chapters in Books colonialism history Indigenous Post-Confederation

Holm, Bill. “Form in Northwest Coast art,” Archaeology Press (1983): 33-45, http://archpress.lib.sfu.ca/index.php/archpress/catalog/book/46.

Journal Articles archaeology Indigenous visual arts

Holm, Wendy, ed. Damming the Peace: the Hidden Costs of the Site C Dam. Toronto: James Lorimer & Company, 2018. 272 pp. 9781459413160 (pbk).

Books and Chapters in Books environmental studies

Holt, Rebecca. “The Conscious City II: Traffic Congestion and the Tipping Point in Greater Vancouver.” M.Urb.. Simon Fraser University, 2007.

Theses Dissertations and Graduate Projects planning

Homewood, Walter. “Rethinking Ribbed Stones: Defining a Northwest Coast Artifact Class.” MA. Simon Fraser University, 2021.

Theses Dissertations and Graduate Projects archeology Indigenous

Homstol, Lori. “Applications of Learning Theory to Human-Bear Conflict: The Efficacy of Aversive Conditioning and Conditioned Taste Aversion.” MS. University of Alberta, 2011.

Theses Dissertations and Graduate Projects environmental studies

Hoogeveen, Dawn. “Sovereign Intentions: Gold Mining Law and Mineral Staking in British Columbia,” BC Studies 198 (2018): 81-101, https://ojs.library.ubc.ca/index.php/bcstudies/article/view/189417/187051.

Journal Articles law

Hoolboom, Mike. Loop, Print, Fade and Flicker: David Rimmer's Moving Images. Interview by Alex Mackenzie. Pacific Cinematheque Monograph Series, I, Vancouver: Anvil Press, 2009. 106 pp. 9781985636987.

Books and Chapters in Books biography visual arts

Hooper, Jacqueline. Hiking in Colour. Vancouver: J. Hooper, 2006. 52 pp. 0978074106.

Books and Chapters in Books tourism

Hoopes, Michael. “It Was a Farce': Chilean Redemocratization and the Late Evolution of a Politically-Conscious Diaspora in Vancouver, Canada, 1978-2006,” Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies 2, no. 42 (2017): 181-196.

Journal Articles history

Hooton, Robert. Days of Rivers Past: Reflections on British Columbia's Recreational Steelhead Fishery. Victoria: Rocky Mountain Books, 2017. 368 pp. 9781771602204.

Books and Chapters in Books history

Hoover, Alan L. “Bill Reid and Robert Davidson: Innovations in Contemporary Haida Art.” In American Indian Art Magazine, 1993. 48-55.

Grey literature Indigenous visual arts

Hoover, Alan L. “Bill Reid and Robert Davidson: Innovations in Contemporary Haida Art,” American Indian Art Magazine 18, no. 4 (1993): 48-55.

Journal Articles Indigenous visual arts

Hope, Melanie Lora. “Reclaiming Support: Shifting Services to Reflect Tenant Meanings of Support in Supported Housing.” MA. University of Victoria, 2007.

Theses Dissertations and Graduate Projects health sciences

Hopt, Justin Ray. “Fish and Complexity: Faunal Analysis at the Shell Midden Component of Site DGRV-006, Galiano Island, B.C..” MA. Washington State University, Pullman, WA, 2015.

Theses Dissertations and Graduate Projects archaeology