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Dr. Joselito Arocena fonds

  • 2016.7
  • Fundo
  • 1988-2019

Fonds consists of the research and professorial records of Dr. Joselito Arocena, a founding faculty member of UNBC. Arocena was an internationally-recognized soil scientist and UNBC’s first Canada Research Chair. His records demonstrate his accomplishments as an academic and researcher, as well as his many and varied interdisciplinary research endeavours. Also included are selections from Arocena’s extensive photographic slide collection which illustrate his teaching, research projects, and personal interests.

Dr. Joselito Arocena

Personal electronic records

File consists of selected personal records from Dr. Joselito Arocena's digital media. Includes 3 floppies and migrated data from hard drives.

FSTY 205 images

File consists of slides noted by Arocena as relating to his FSTY 205 course. People and places depicted include: UNBC Forestry faculty, Aleza Lake, Klinka, Tabor Creek, Lake Babine, Bell Mine site, Smithers, Kitwanga, Alaska Highway, Bear Glacier, Muncho Lake, Mt. Robson, and UNBC Campus.

FSTY 205 / FSTY 425 in 1996

File consists of slides depicting FSTY 205 students, Tyner Boulevard, Forests for the World, Chilcotin River, FSTY 425 students, Aleza Lake, soil profiles, and luvisol.

Beaumont and Pine Park

File consists of slides depicting Totuk Lake, chernozem, Vanderhoof, a log house, Beaumont Provincial Park, Tamarack Lake, Dahl Lake, an ant hill, and red soil.

FSTY 205 and FSTY 404

File consists of slides depicting Bear Lake, FSTY 205 students, FSTY 404 students, a forestry field camp, Aleza Lake, Paul Sanborn, and UNBC campus.

Gladstone/Domano parking lot fire soil

File consists of slides depicting the UNBC parking lot, the Domano/Gladstone intersection in Prince George, the Bill Reid banners in the UNBC administration building, a car fire, and UNBC faculty and staff.

Prince George City Hall and UNBC

File consists of slides depicting Prince George City Hall in winter, The Keg restaurant in Prince George, the UNBC parking lot, and a UNBC office.

Personal Records

Series consists of Dr. Joselito Arocena's personal records that provide background context to his academic accomplishments, research, and professorial tenure at UNBC.

Academic accomplishments and performance

File consists of administrative records relating to the academic accomplishments of Dr. Joselito Arocena. Includes merit awards, letters of congratulation, and acceptance correspondence.

SBS research

File consists of slides excerpted from an envelope entitled "Brandon fire". The slides appear to depict research on SBS soil.

FSTY 205 in 1996

File consists of slides depicting a sunset, FSTY 205 students, McGregor Model Forest, and possibly a flare pit.

Williston Lake and Lake Babine

File consists of slides depicting Teapot Mountain, Bear Lake, UNBC campus, Lake Babine, Log Lake, West Lake, Pineview, Eskers Provincial Park, Williston Lake, and a moose.

ESSF 96, SBS 95

File consists of slides depicting research samples and sites, possibly relating to "ESSF 96, SBS 95".

Posthumous Records

Series consists of records created and collected after Dr. Joselito Arocena's death on December 20, 2015. Includes information about Arocena's work in China, photographs and video of the unveiling of the Lito Lab, and video recordings and presentation materials from a memorial lecture for Dr. Joselito Arocena by Mike Rutherford, Hugues Massicotte, and Paul Sanborn.

UNBC employment

File consists of records relating to the Arocena's application and offer of employment at UNBC as Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Natural Resources and Environmental Studies. His start date at UNBC was 1 July 1994.

Promotion package

File consists of Dr. Joselito Arocena's promotion package for rising to the rank of full professor at UNBC.

FSTY 205 in 1995

File consists of slides depicting FSTY 205 students, Dave Jackson, Don Bernier, and research sites.

University Way

File consists of slides depicting UNBC faculty and work being performed on University Way.

UNBC event and Prince George Forest Region LTSPS

File consists of slides depicting an event at UNBC (possibly related to FRBC or FORFAC?), UNBC faculty and staff, and plot signs at the Long Term Soil Productivity Study in the Prince George Forest Region.

Totuk Lake and McBride

File consists of slides depicting McBride, Totuk Lake, fluvial soil, Westwin, colluvial soil, and Dr. Joselito Arocena.

FSTY 205 in September 1998

File consists of slides depicting FSTY 205 students, the Prince George Organic Rehabilitation Program, Chris Opio, Linette Keller, and Clear Lake.

Digital photographs from external hard drives

File consists of digital photographs from Dr. Joselito Arocena's external hard drives. Images depict a variety of subjects, including research imagery, photographs from Arocena's travels, UNBC, the construction of the UNBC Northern Medical Program building, Prince George, and the Northern BC region.

Joselito Arocena PhD fieldwork in Alberta foothills

File consists of slides depicting Joselito Arocena's University of Alberta PhD fieldwork at a research site in the Alberta foothills near Hinton. Arocena had just started his PhD fieldwork in 1988 under the supervision of Dr. Steve Pawluk. Persons depicted in the photographs include: Joselito Arocena (red hat), Dr. Steve Pawluk (blue hat), and Dr. Marvin Dudas. The photographer was Paul Sanborn, who was near completion of a 1-year post-doc with Dr. Pawluk.


Series consists of the photographs taken and collected by Dr. Joselito Arocena. Arocena kept an extensive photographic slide collection for teaching, demonstration, research, and personal purposes. Included here from his slide collection is a large selection of images that feature his UNBC work and the Northern BC region. This series also contains digital photographs that Arocena created or collected.

UNBC - Aug. 6, 1997

File consists of slides depicting Princeton, the Coquihalla, UNBC faculty and staff, an event, the Okanagan, Osoyoos, Okanagan Falls, a vineyard, Vernon, soil profiles, and a ginseng plantation.

UNBC Convocation 2001

File consists of slides depicting UNBC Convocation 2001, forestry graduates, Chris Opio, NRES faculty, and Joselito Arocena.

Yukon 2002

File consists of slides depicting a visit to Yukon Territory in 2002, including Dawson City.

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