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Grand Trunk Pacific Railway

The Grand Trunk Railway and Grand Trunk Pacific Railway series consists of administrative records, correspondence between railways, and ephemera. Also consists of maps and technical drawings depicting Grand Trunk Railway and Grand Trunk Pacific Railway rail lines and structures.

British Columbia Railway (BCR)

The British Columbia Railway (BC Rail) series consists of promotional ephemera material, employee time tables, fare rates and multiple forms, used and unused, pertaining to daily train movements and BCR operations. Several employee manuals, employee examination material, employee seniority listings, and union agreements are also contained within. Three plans detail various BC Rail sites.

British Columbia Railway

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File contains orginal and photocopied correspondence relating to silviculture field courses and graphs pertaining to volume and diameter changes.

Aleza Lake Various Historical Records

File consists of documents, radiograms, and correspondence regarding various administrative issues ranging from costs, living conditions, timber sales, research projects, and queries from the public. Much of this correspondence is between Tim Decie, Forester in Charge of Aleza Lake, and R.P Silsbury, Head of the Research Division between the years of 1953 and 1967. Also included are contracts and receipts from 1964, documents regarding the closure of the Aleza Lake Experiment Station, and meeting minutes.

Gap Dynamics in the Sub-Boreal Spruce wk1 Biogeoclimatic Sub-Zone: Spatiotemporal Patterns, Inonotus tomentosus, and Partial Cutting

Item is Ted Newbery's thesis proposal titled "Gap Dynamics in the Sub-Boreal Spruce wk1 Biogeoclimatic Sub-Zone: Spatiotemporal Patterns, Inonotus tomentosus, and Partial Cutting". He submitted his UNBC thesis in 2002 as "Small-scale disturbances and stand dynamics in Inonotus tomentosus infected and uninfected old-growth and partial cut wet, sub-boreal forests in British Columbia".

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