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"It's Still Winter" eJournal Collection
2024.2 · Collection · 1997-2002

This collection encompasses the records of the eJournal "It's Still Winter: A Web Journal of Contemporary Canadian Poetry and Poetics", which was co-published online by College of New Caledonia and the University of Northern British Columbia between 1997 and 2002. The editors of the journal were Don Precosky and Barry McKinnon. The journal published the work of poets from across Canada, but the majority were from northern British Columbia.

The collection contains analogue reproductions of the eJournal issues, drafts and manuscript submissions to the eJournal, and digital records relating to the eJournal (including the website files for the online eJournal).

2023.7.4.33 · Pièce · 1990, 2015
Fait partie de Grant Hazelwood fonds

Item is a draft of "B.C. Hydro Proposed 287 kV Transmission Line - Kitimat to Terrace - Preliminary Environmental Assessment of Fish and Wildlife Values" by Grant Hazelwood. Also includes accompanying print pages for a 2015 BC Hydro powerpoint slideshow regarding the Terrace to Kitimat Transmission Project (TKTP).

"Game Management Manual"
2023.7.4.29 · Pièce · Mar. 1958
Fait partie de Grant Hazelwood fonds

This manual contains a brief summary of the principles and practices of game management, as applied to the management of game in British Columbia. It has been designed to serve primarily as a reference and guide in dealing with game management problems, and aims to create a co-ordination of approach among those engaged in game management. Sections include the value of game as a natural resource, relationships between game and economic developments, livestock and game interactions, farming and game interactions, waterfowl and other land users, forestry and game, industry and game, access and game, game management principles and policies, fundamental population dynamics, population behaviour, principles of harvesting, habitat management, winter feeding, game propagation, experiment and research, game reserves and closed areas, public relations, predator control, game management techniques, sampling procedures, aging and sexing game animals and birds, effect of hunting on age classes, aging techniques, big game animals, game birds, waterfowl, upland birds, inventory of game populations (Census), direct methods of census, indirect methods of census, waterfowl, fur-bearers, measurements of browse and plant composition, range surveys, game checking stations, hunger sample or postal survey, predator control techniques, laboratory studies, biological aids to law enforcement, collecting and handling material for examination, game animals and birds of BC, breeding characteristics of the hoofed game, big game animals including moose, elk, mule deer, black-tailed deer, white-tailed deer, mountain caribou, Bighorn sheep, thinhorn sheep, mountain sheep, goat, grizzly bear, black bear, cougar, wolf, coyote, upland game birds, Ruffed grouse, Sharp-tailed grouse, Sooty blue grouse, dusky blue grouse, Franklin and spruce grouse, Ptarmigan, Ring-necked pheasant, Chukar partridge, California quail, band-tailed pigeon, waterfowl.

2023.7.3.82 · Pièce · 1975
Fait partie de Grant Hazelwood fonds

Item is a photocopied report by T.C. Reid entitled "Liard River Hotsprings Park Natural History Observations". The report compiles natural history observations of Liard River Hotsprings, including a water chemistry report, weather observations, botanical report, ostrich fern growth, amphibian report, mammal report, bird report, and map and photograph orientation.

2023.7.3.74 · Pièce · Oct. 1977
Fait partie de Grant Hazelwood fonds

Item is a photocopied report by Don Miller entitled "Observations of Caribou and Caribou Environment in Northern and Southern Tweedsmuir Park and Wells Gray Park in Summer of 1977 with Comments on Related Observations in Spatsizi Park during Spring".

2023.7.3.68 · Pièce · Nov. 2003
Fait partie de Grant Hazelwood fonds

Item is a detailed management plan for the following Stikine Country Protected Areas: Mount Edziza Provincial Park, Mount Edziza Protected Area (Proposed), Stikine River Provincial Park, Spatsizi Plateau Wilderness Provincial Park, Gladys Lake Ecological Reserve, Pitman River Protected Area, Chukachida Protected Area, Tatlatui Provincial Park.

"Kwadacha Park 1976"
2023.7.3.56 · Pièce · Oct. 1976
Fait partie de Grant Hazelwood fonds

Item is an original "Kwadacha Park 1976" trip report by W.G. Hazelwood. Includes original photographic prints pasted into the report. Also includes a "Kwadacha Wilderness Park Proposal" accompanying map.

2023.7.3.45 · Pièce · 1962
Fait partie de Grant Hazelwood fonds

Item is an original report by Teuvo Ahti entitled "Ecological Investigations on Lichens in Wells Gray Provincial Park, with Special Reference to their Importance to Mountain Caribou". Includes accompanying correspondence between Ahti and his BC Parks employers regarding travel and contract details.

"Crooked River Fisheries and Wildlife"
2023.7.3.39 · Pièce · 1982-1983
Fait partie de Grant Hazelwood fonds

Item is an original report by Grant Hazelwood and Steve Head regarding "Crooked River Fisheries and Wildlife". Includes one original photographic print pasted into the report. This project was aimed at improving the recreational use of the Crooked River and it's adjoining corridor.

2023.7.3.26 · Dossier · 1987
Fait partie de Grant Hazelwood fonds

File consists of an original draft copy of the "Kokanee Glacier Park Master Plan", as well as the "Background Report for Kokanee Glacier Park Master Plan" and the "Kokanee Glacier Park Master Plan: Public Handout and Questionnaire". These items are accompanied by correspondence related to the Master Plan.

2023.7.3.21 · Pièce · Aug. 1974
Fait partie de Grant Hazelwood fonds

Item is an original report by Grant Hazelwood entitled "Mt. Assiniboine Park Trip, August 19-22, 1974". Includes original print photographs pasted into the report. The objective was to sample the lakes fishery at the south and north ends of the park and to examine some grizzly bear habitat on the Simpson River and examine the condition of guiding cabins in the same area.

"Burns Bog Analysis"
2023.7.3.10 · Pièce · June 1993
Fait partie de Grant Hazelwood fonds

Item is a reproduction of a report entitled "Burns Bog Analysis" by Catherine Berris & Associates for the Ministry of Environment, Lands & Parks. The scope of this Burns Bog Analysis was inventory and preliminary analysis; the process included information collection and review, preliminary analysis of existing and potential land uses and a public open house.

2023.2.2.9 · Sous-série organique · 2000-2002
Fait partie de Dr. Paul Sanborn fonds

With support from the Muskwa-Kechika Trust Fund as a Seed Grant, Dr. Paul Sanborn carried out a pilot study of soils in relation to prescribed burning in the Northern Rocky Mountains, in collaboration with Perry Grilz, then a Range Officer in the Ministry of Forests. Sanborn and Grilz conducted 3 days of field work in July 2001. Sanborn wanted to test the utility of plant-derived opal (phytoliths) as a soil indicator of vegetation history, in the hope of distinguishing natural grasslands from those created by anthropogenic burning.

Site notes: Kluane soil transects
2023.2.2.8.02 · Pièce · July 2009
Fait partie de Dr. Paul Sanborn fonds

This PDF contains 2009 Kluane site notes that include details of transect locations and sampling sites. Grassland pedons selected for Pautler et al. (2014) are indicated.

Soils research at Kluane Lake, Yukon
2023.2.2.8 · Sous-série organique · 2003-2014
Fait partie de Dr. Paul Sanborn fonds

The Kluane Lake area of SW Yukon was a continuing focus of Dr. Paul Sanborn's research for more than a decade, and generated several productive collaborations. Key themes included biological soil crusts in boreal grasslands, and interactions between aeolian sediment deposition, slope processes, and fire in boreal grassland and forest soils.

Research results appeared in these publications:
Marsh, J., Nouvet, S., Sanborn, P., and Coxson, D. 2006. Composition and function of biological soil crust communities along topographic gradients in grasslands of central interior British Columbia (Chilcotin) and southwestern Yukon (Kluane). Canadian Journal of Botany 84: 717-736. https://doi.org/10.1139/b06-026

Pautler, B.G., Reichart, G.-J., Sanborn, P.T., Simpson, M.J., and Weijers, J.W.H. 2014. Comparison of soil derived tetraether membrane lipid distributions and plant-wax δD compositions for reconstruction of Canadian Arctic temperatures. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 404: 78-88. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.palaeo.2014.03.038

Sanborn, P. and A.J.T. Jull. 2010. Loess, bioturbation, fire, and pedogenesis in a boreal forest – grassland mosaic, Yukon Territory, Canada. 19th World Congress of Soil Science, Soil Solutions for a Changing World 1 – 6 August 2010, Brisbane, Australia. http://www.iuss.org/19th%20WCSS/Symposium/pdf/0120.pdf

The 2003 field work with Darwyn Coxson was a pilot study to assess the types and distribution of biological soil crusts in boreal grasslands in the Kluane Lake area. Eight sites were visited at which the team sampled the crust and the uppermost A horizon immediately underneath it. Note that site numbers Y03-03, -04, -05, -06, -07, -09, -10 and -12 were indicated as sites 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10 and 12 in Table 1 of Marsh et al. (2006). Additional crust sampling was conducted at two additional sites (“Peninsula”, “Silver City”) in 2004; details of sampling methods and site locations are in Marsh et al. (2006).

Results from 2009 field work were presented in Sanborn and Jull (2010), along with soil charcoal radiocarbon dates from 2003-2008 sampling which were used to reconstruct fire history in the Kluane Lake area. The 2003 (a single site at Silver City), 2004, and 2008 field work consisted of a reconnaissance of grassland and forest sites across a range of aspects and slope positions in order to recover buried soil charcoal.

Fort Selkirk volcanic field, Yukon
2023.2.2.7 · Sous-série organique · 2009-2010, 2023
Fait partie de Dr. Paul Sanborn fonds

For July 1-7, 2009, Dr. Paul Sanborn did the first soils field research at the Fort Selkirk volcanic field in central Yukon, with helicopter support and funding from the Yukon Geological Survey.

Initial findings were published in the 2009 edition of Yukon Exploration and Geology, but this paper did not include most of the laboratory data:
Sanborn, P., 2010. Soil reconnaissance of the Fort Selkirk volcanic field, Yukon (115I/13 and 14). In: Yukon Exploration and Geology 2009, K.E. MacFarlane, L.H. Weston and L.R. Blackburn (eds.), Yukon Geological Survey, Whitehorse, Yukon. pp. 293-304. https://emrlibrary.gov.yk.ca/ygs/yeg/2009/2009_p293-304.pdf [Note that in Fig. 1, the labels for Camp 1 and Camp 2 on map are transposed; Camp 1 should be to the east of Camp 2.]

2023.2.2.6 · Sous-série organique · 1983-2010
Fait partie de Dr. Paul Sanborn fonds

During the 1980s, Agriculture Canada pedologists Scott Smith (retired from Summerland Research Station, formerly based in Whitehorse) and Charles Tarnocai (retired from Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa) had a large field program which addressed the trends in soil development in the central Yukon. Across this region, particularly between Whitehorse and Dawson City, the land surfaces and surficial deposits vary greatly in age due to the differing extents of glaciations over the past ~2 million years.

This work built on a pioneering study from the previous decade:
Foscolos, A.E., N.W. Rutter, and O.L. Hughes. 1977. The use of pedological studies in interpreting the Quaternary history of central Yukon Territory. Bulletin 271. Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa. 48 p. https://doi.org/10.4095/103066

Tarnocai and Smith presented their results in two publications:
C. A. S. Smith, C. Tarnocai, and O. L. Hughes. 1986. Pedological investigations of Pleistocene glacial drift surfaces in the central Yukon. Géographie physique et Quaternaire, 40 (1): 29–37. https://doi.org/10.7202/032620ar
Tarnocai, C. and C. A. S. Smith. 1989. Micromorphology and development of some central Yukon paleosols, Canada. Geoderma 45 (2): 145-162. https://doi.org/10.1016/0016-7061(89)90047-5

Tarnocai and Smith shared the unpublished data and soil samples from this work with Dr. Paul Sanborn, and this resulted in a student project published as:
Daviel, E., P. Sanborn, C. Tarnocai, and C.A.A. Smith. 2011.Clay mineralogy and chemical properties of argillic horizons in central Yukon paleosols. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 91: 83-93. https://doi.org/10.4141/cjss10067

2023.2.2.5 · Sous-série organique · 1991-2023, predominant 2004
Fait partie de Dr. Paul Sanborn fonds

The Lost Chicken Mine, a placer gold mine in eastern Alaska, approximately 120 km west of Dawson City, Yukon, is an important fossil locality for the late Pliocene (approximately 2.5 – 3.0 million years ago). A comprehensive account of the stratigraphy and paleontology of this site was given by:
Matthews, J.V., Jr., J.A. Westgate, L. Ovenden, L.D. Carter, and T. Fouch. 2003. Stratigraphy, fossils, and age of sediments at the upper pit of the Lost Chicken gold mine: new information on the late Pliocene environment of east central Alaska. Quaternary Research 60: 9-18. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0033-5894(03)00087-5

Dr. Paul Sanborn visited the site on July 20, 2004, as part of a group led by Duane Froese (Professor, University of Alberta). The group concentrated on a single exposure (~ 2 m thick) straddling the Lost Chicken tephra, a volcanic ash bed (2.9 ± 0.4 myr) which is a major stratigraphic marker at the site. Sanborn described, photographed, and sampled this exposure, and obtained a basic set of characterization data. Intact samples were collected but thin sections were never produced.