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The Natural History of Canadian Mammals

In this app-abundant world, it may not come as a surprise that there are multiple apps that act as reference guides for species identification, so that with the click of a smart mobile device, users...

Review by Rosemary-Claire Collard


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Canadians and the Natural Environment to the Twenty-First Century

The field of Canadian environmental history has blossomed over the past two decades. Consequently, instructors of Canadian environmental history courses are becoming increasingly spoiled with good options to choose from for course readers. In all...

Review by Jonathan Clapperton


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The Collector: David Douglas and the Natural History of the Northwest

The Horticultural Society of London demanded that David Douglas (1799-1834), their employee and North American plant hunter, keep a meticulous journal of his travels. Certainly a better field naturalist than author, Douglas refused to let...

Review by David Brownstein


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Natural Light: Visions of British Columbia

THIS COFFEE TABLE BOOK is a jewel of photographs captured by the author after long hours of waiting for “the moment” or when he just happened to see light and colours juxtaposed perfectly. The accompanying...

Review by Mollie Ralston


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Waterfowl on a Pacific Estuary: A Natural History of Man and Waterfowl on the Lower Fraser River

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 61, Spring 1984  

Review by Leonidas Hill


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Natural Resources of British Columbia and the Yukon

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 35, Autumn 1977  

Review by William Ross


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David Douglas, a Naturalist at Work: An Illustrated Exploration across Two Centuries in the Pacific Northwest

In June 1824, the Governor and Committee of the Hudson’s Bay Company agreed to transport David Douglas, a young Scottish employee of the Horticultural Society of London to its “Columbia District,” to assist the society’s...

Review by Ted Binnema


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Natural Resource Revenues: A Test of Federalism

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 35, Autumn 1977  

Review by Garth Stevenson


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John Scouler (c.1804-1871) Scottish Naturalist: A Life, with Two Voyages

Less celebrated than his friend David Douglas, John Scouler was nevertheless an important scientific traveller to the Strait of Juan de Fuca, Nootka Sound, Haida Gwaii, and Observatory Inlet in 1825. Although Douglas has been...

Review by Ted Binnema