Kootenay National Park
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A land of ice and fire, Kootenay National Park is a place of contrasts, with valleys and canyons carved by glaciers and grasslands marked by fire. Take a scenic drive along its historic highway. Step out to experience ancient fossils and steamy hot springs.

Pays de glace et de feu, le parc national Kootenay est un creuset de contrastes – de vallées et de canyons creusés par les glaciers, de prairies marquées par le feu. Faites une balade sur la route historique. Sortez de voiture pour découvrir des fossiles anciens et des sources thermales vaporeuses.

Source: Parks Canada Website (2022)


Established: 1920

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Management Documents

A Year in Review, 2010-2011 / Examen rétrospectif, 2010-2011 (Parks Canada, June 2011)

Draft Management Plan, Kootenay National Park / Plan directeur, Parc national Kootenay (Parks Canada, 2021)

Highlights, Kootenay National Park Management Plan / Points saillants, plan directeur du parc national du Canada Kootenay (Parks Canada, June 2010)

Management Plan / Plan directeur (Parks Canada, 2010)

Management Plan / Plan directeur (Parks Canada, May 2000)

Management Plan / Plan directeur (Parks Canada, 2022)

Management Plan Implementation Report, 2012-2013 / Rapport sur la mise en œuvre du plan directeur, 2012-2013 (Parks Canada, 2013)

Management Plan Implementation Report, 2014 / Rapport sur la mise en œuvre du plan directeur, 2014 (Parks Canada, 2014)

Management Plan Implementation Report, 2015 / Rapport sur la mise en œuvre du plan directeur, 2015 (Parks Canada, 2015)

Multi-species Action Plan for Kootenay National Park of Canada / Plan d'action visant des espèces multiples dans le parc national du Canada Kootenay Species at Risk Act Action Plan Series / Loi sur les espèces en péril Série de Plans d'action (Parks Canada, 2017)

State of the Park Report / Rapport sur l'état du parc (Parks Canada, 2008)

What We Heard (Kootenay National Park) / Ce que nous avons entendu (Parc national Kootenay) (Parks Canada, August 2019)

What We Heard — Mountain National Parks (Executive Summary) / Ce que nous avons entendu — Parcs nationaux des montagnes (Résumé) (Parks Canada, August 2019)

Historical Documents

1996 Interpretation Survey, Mountain District (Parks Canada, 1996)

1998 Day-use Area Survey: Lake Louise and Yoho & Kootenay National Parks (Parks Canada, 1998)

2003 Implementation Report: Kootenay National Park of Canada (Parks Canada, 2003)

2003 Survey of Visitors to Banff, Jasper, Kootenay and Yoho National Parks of Canada (Parks Canada, 2004)

2005 Campground Satisfaction Assessment Program: Lake Louise, Yoho, Kootenay Field Unit (Parks Canada, 2006)

2005 Redstreak Prescribed Burn (J. Morin, Parks Canada, 2005)

2006 Campground Satisfaction: Lake Louise, Yoho, Kootenay Field Unit (Parks Canada, 2007)

2008 Campground Survey: Lake Louise, Yoho, and Kootenay Field Unit (Parks Canada, December 2008)

2008 Wildlife Diseases Manual for Lake Louise, Yoho, and kootenay National Parks (Sarah Boyle, Parks Canada, 2008)

2009 Campground Survey: Lake Louise, Yoho, and Kootenay Field Unit (Jennifer Aragon, January 2010)

2010 LLYK Field Unit Campground Survey (Jennifer Aragon, January 2011)

A 1000-year record of forest fire, drought and lake-level change in southeastern British Columbia, Canada (Douglas J. Hallett, Rolf W. Mathewes and Robert C. Walker, extract from The Holocene, Vol. 13 No. 5, 2003, ©Arnold)

A Bunting in Kootenay National Park, British Columbia (A.W.F. Banfield, extract from The Canadian Field-Naturalist, Vol. 68, July-September 1954)

A Compilation of Bird Sighting Records for Kootenay National Park, B.C. (Bill Anderson and Thom Meredith, August 1973)

A Look Back Over the Years (H.E. Richardson, October 1984)

A new millipede of the genus Metaxycheir from the Pacific coast of Canada (Polydesmida: Xystodesmidae), with remarks on the tribe Chonaphini and the western Canadian and Alaskan diplopod fauna (Rowland M. Shelley, extract from Canadian Journal of Zoology, Vol. 68, 1990)

A paddler's guide to the Vermilion and Kootenay River (Parks Canada and British Columbia Ministry of Forests, undated)

A population review of mountain goats in the Kootenay Region (Kim G. Poole for BC Ministry of Environment, September 2006)

A Proposal to Conduct Archaeological Resource Survey and Assessment in Kootenay National Park (©The Kootenay Cultural Heritage Center for Parks Canada, June 23, 1987)

"A Report on Observations on the Biology of Certain Amphipods (Class Crustacea) in Banff, Jasper, Yoho & Kootenay National Parks and Environs in Alberta-British Columbia, Canada" to the Director, National Parks Branch, Department of Northern Affairs and National Resources (Persis C. Coleman and Richard W. Coleman, 1964)

A Review of the Science Programs in the Banff and Lake Louise-Kootenay-Yoho Field Units (Stephen Woodley and Gilles Seutin, Parks Canada, June 2001)

A Review of Weather Station Networks in the Mountain Parks Draft (William Thompson for Parks Canada, November 23, 2005)

A Sampling System for Poplar Insects (W.R. Henson, extract from Canadian Journal of Zoology, Vol. 32, 1954)

A Selected Western Canada Historical Resources Bibliography to 1985 (Frits Pannekoek, extract from Prairie Forum, 1990)

A study of Columbia River Valley Residents Attitudes Toward Canada's National Parks 1993 Final (Angus Reid Group Inc. for Parks Canada, August 1993)

A Summary of Field Notes on Birds Observed in Kootenay National Park from January 1, 1980 to December 31, 1980 (Larry Halverson, Parks Canada, 1980)

A Summary of Field Notes on Birds Observed in Kootenay National Park from January 1, 1981 to December 31, 1981 (Larry Halverson, Parks Canada, 1981)

A Summary of Field Observations Made in Kootenay National Park for the Period of May 13th, 1976 to September 5th, 1976 (William J. Merilees, 1976)

Aerial Goat Census, October 11 to 15, 1983, Kootenay National Park (B.R. Sheehan, Parks Canada, October 26, 1983)

Amphibian Inventory for Kootenay and Yoho National Parks, British Columbia, 2004 (Graeme Poll, September 17, 2004)

An amphibian inventory of the East Kootenays with an emphasis on Bufo boreas, 2005 (P. Ohanjanian, D. Adama and A. Davidson, March 2006)

An analysis of spatial and environmental factors influencing hybridization between native westslope cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarki lewisi) and introduced rainbow trout (O. mykiss) in the upper Kootenay River drainage, British Columbia (E.M. Rubridge and E.B. Taylor, extract from Conservation Genetics, Vol. 6, 2005)

An Analysis of the Native and Resident Cutthroat Trout (Salmo clarki) in the Bow, Kootenay-Columbia and Waterton River Systems Final Report (David J. McAllister, Fred W. Allendorf and Stevan R. Phelps, Techman Engineering Ltd. for Parks Canada, March 1981)

An Arctic-Alpine Flora at Low Elevation in Marble Canyon, Kootenay National Park, British Columbia (Edward H. Hogg, extract from The Canadian Field-Naturalist Vol. 107, 1993)

An Overview of Butterflies and Skippers in the Mountain, Parkland and Boreal National Parks of Alberta and British Columbia (Norbert G. Kondia for Parks Canada, March 2004)

Analyses of Wildlife-Vehicle Collision Data: Applications for Guiding Decision-Making for Wildlife Crossing Mitigation and Motorist Safety — I. Limiting effects of road-kill reporting data due to spatial inaccuracy (Anthony P. Clevenger, Amanda Hardy and Kari Gunson, 2006)

Analyses of Wildlife-Vehicle Collision Data: Applications for Guiding Decision-Making for Wildlife Crossing Mitigation and Motorist Safety — II. Methods and application - Hotspot identification of wildlife-vehicle collisions for transportation planning (Anthony P. Clevenger, Amanda Hardy and Kari Gunson, May 28, 2006)

Annual District Report: National Parks District, Alberta 1963 (J. Petty, Natural Resources Canada, March 1965)

Annual District Report: National Parks District, Alberta 1964 (J. Petty and V.B. Patterson, Natural Resources Canada, March 1964)

Annual District Report: National Parks District, Alberta 1966 (V.B. Patterson, Natural Resources Canada, January 1967)

Annual District Report: Southwest District, Alberta 1968 (G.J. Smith, National Resources Canada, February 1969)

Annotated Bibliography of Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep Specific to the Management of Bighorn Sheep in Kootenay National Park (David M. Poll and John G. Stelfox, eds., Environment and Climate Change Canada, March 1985)

Appendix II. Label Contents for Rare Status Specimens in the Kootenay NP Herbaria (as of January 1997) (J. Williams, 1997)

Archaeological Overview Assessment for the Invermere Forest District (Wayne T. Choquette for BC Ministry of Forests, March 27, 1997)

Arsenic in Sinclair Creek Basin, Kootenay National Park British Columbia WQB-79-2 (Wm. D. Gummer and H.O. Block, Environment and Climate Change Canada, June 1979)

Aspen, elk and fire in the Rocky Mountain National Parks of North America (Clifford A. White, Charles Ee. Olmsted and Charles E. Kay, extract from Wildlife Society Bulletin, Vol. 26 No. 3, Fall 1998)

Autecology of Erythronium grandiflorum in western Canada (Dawn C. Loewen, Geraldine A. Allen and Joseph A. Antos, extract from Canadian Journal of Botany, Vol. 79, 2001, ©NRC Canada)

Avalanche Slope Vegetation, Vermilion Pass Burn Final Report (Kate M. Winterbottom, October 1973)

Avalanche Slope Vegetation, Vermilion Pass Burn: Species Inventory (Kate M. Winterbottom, October 1973)

Avalanche Terrain Ratings for Backcountry Touring in the Mountain National Parks / Côtes des terrains avalancheux pour les randonnées hivernales dans l'arrière-pays des parcs nationaux des montagnes (Parks Canada, 2005)

Backcountry Use in Kootenay National Park — Summary for 1993 Season: June 1 - Sept 30, 1993 (Ania Cronin, October 1993)

Badgers: Can We Dig Them Out of this Hole? An Update on the Population Ecology and Conservation of Badgers in Southeast British Columbia / Le Blaireau: peut-on le sortir du trou? Une mise à jour sur l'écologie de la population et la conservation du blaireau dans le sud-est de la Colombie-Britannique(N.J. Newhouse and T.A. Kinley, extract from Research Links, Vol. 10 No.2, Summer/Fall 2002, Parks Canada)

Baeomyia n.g. (Diptera: Tachinidae): descriptions and notes about phylogenetic and zoogeographic relationships (James E. O'Hara, extract from Canadian Journal of Zoology, Vol 62, 1984)

Balancing Visitor Needs and Ecosystem Health: A Study of the Impact of the Redstreak Restoration on users of the Redstreak Campground (Emily Pridham, September 2006)

Banff, Jasper, Kootenay and Yoho National Parks: Outlying Historic Buildings Data Base Microfiche Report Series No. 235 (Richard Friesen and Associates, Parks Canada, 1985)

Banff, Kootenay & Yoho National Parks - "The Three-Park Unit" (Parks Canada, 1929)

Bear Management Plans in Canadian National Parks: Fifteen Essential Elements Thesis (©John Stuart Taylor, University of Calgary, May 1984)

Bear Monitoring and Management, Kootenay National Park, 1987 (K.W. Schroeder, Parks Canada, January 1988)

Bats of Kootenay, Glacier, and Mount Revelstoke national parks in Canada: identification by echolocation calls, distribution, and biology (M.B. Fenton, H.G. Merriam and G.L. Holroyd, extract from Canadian Journal of Zoology, Vol. 61, 1983)

Bighorn in Our Backyard: A Cooperative Ecosystem-based Education Research and Management Project (Jennifer Dubois, Bill Swan and Alan D. Dibb, extract from Fifth International Conference on Science & Management of Protected Areas Association, 2004)

Bighorn In Our Backyard. Communities Working for Wildlife / Des mouflons d'Amérique dans notre jardin. Des collectivités veillent sur la faune (Larry Halverson and Bill Swan, extract from Research Links, Vol. 6 No. 1, Spring 1998, Parks Canada)

Bighorn sheep makes extraordinary journey (Rob Alexander, extract from Rocky Mountain Outlook, February 28, 2008)

Biology, demography, ecology and management of grizzly bears in and around Banff National Park and Kananaskis Country: The final report of the Eastern Slopes Grizzly Bear Project (Stephen Herrero, ed., ©Eastern Slopes Grizzly Bear Project, 2005)

Bird Diversity and Forest Succession in Kootenay National Park Master of Science Thesis Research Progress Report (Danny J. Catt, August 15, 1989)

Bird Diversity and Forest Succession in the Subalpine Zone of Kootenay National Park, B.C. Master of Science Thesis Research Progress Report (Danny J. Catt, Fall 1990)

Bird Sightings in "Kootenay National Park" and Vicinity (Judy Tuttle, Parks Canada, 1969)

Botrychium boreale found for the first time in North America (Herb and Florence Wagner, 1998)

Camping in the Mountain National Parks, 2009/10 Online Panel Members Final Report (Ipsos Reid for Parks Canada, April 2010)

Canadian Rockies Carnivore Monitoring Project: Examining Trends in Carnivore Populations and their Prey Using Remote Cameras. Year 1 Progress Report, 2011-2012 (Robin Steenweg, Jesse Whittington and Mark Hebblewhite, August 2012)

Canadian Rockies Remote Camera Multi-Species Occupancy Project: Examining trends in carnivore populations and their prey using remote cameras in Banff, Jasper, Kootenay, Yoho and Waterton Lakes National Park. Final Report (Robin Steenweg, Jesse Whittington and Mark Hebblewhite, March 31, 2015)

Carnivore Monitoring Project: Banff, Kootenay and Yoho National Parks, Winter 2008-2009 (Cam McTavish, 2009)

Carnivore Monitoring: Banff, Kootenay and Yoho National Parks, Summer - 2009 (Cam McTavish, 2009)

Caving In The Rockies: A Shaft on Wardle Mountain (John Donovan, ©The Canadian Caver, 1977)

Changes and corrections to rare vascular plants of British Columbia which are found in Kootenay National Park (Larry Halverson and R.T. Ogilvie, 1987)

Changes in forest fire frequency in Kootenay National Park, Canadian Rockies (Alan M. Masters, extract from Canadian Journal of Botany Vol. 68, 1990)

Checklist Birds of Kootenay National Park (Bill Anderson and Thom Meredith, 1974)

Checklist: Birds of Kootenay National Park (Larry Halverson, Parks Canada, 1980)

Christmas Bird Count (Larry Halverson, Parks Canada, 2011)

Chromosome numbers in some mosses from western Canada (Helen P. Ramsay, extract from Canadian Journal of Botany, Vol. 61, 1983)

Chromosome Numbers of the Family Cruciferae. III (Gerald A. Mulligan, extract from Canadian Journal of Botany, Vol. 44, 1966)

Climate Change Adaptation Workshop: Lake Louise, Yoho, Kootenay National Parks, Lake Louise, Alta. / Série de rapports d'ateliers sur l'adaptation aux changements climatiques : Lake Louise et parc nationaux Yoho et Kootenay, Lake Louise, Alb. (Parks Canada, January 2018)

Climate in Relation to Winter Mortality of the Lodgepole Needle Miner, Recurvaria Starki Free., in Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks (R.W. Stark, extract from Canadian Journal of Zoology, Vol. 37, 1959)

Columbia Basin Biodiversity Atlas Project: Phase One Final Report (Osprey Communications, June 2001)

Coccidia of Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep in Western Canada (Leslie S. Uhazy, Jerome L. Mahrt and John C. Holmes, extract from Canadian Journal of Zoology, Vol. 49, 1971)

Conservation Feature Responsibility Analysis for Kootenay National Park in the Invermere Timber Supply Area Final Draft (Ralph Wells for Parks Canada, March 31, 2007)

Contagious Ecthyma in Bighorn Sheep and Mountain Goat in Western Canada (W.M. Samuel, G.A. Chalmers, J.G. Stelfox, A. Loewen and J.J. Thomsen, extract from Journal of Wildlife Diseases, Vol. 11, January 1975)

Cytotaxonomic studies of Draba nivalis and its close allies in Canada and Alaska (Gerald A. Mulligan, extract from Canadian Journal of Botany, Vol. 52, 1974)

Damsels and Emeralds in the Mountains: New Dragonflies for British Columbia (Syd G. Cannings and Leah R. Ramsay, 1998)

Demographic fragmentation of a protected wolverine population bisected by a major transportation corridor (Michael A. Sawaya, Anthony P. Clevenger and Michael K. Schwartz, extract from Biological Conservation, Vol. 236, 2019)

Dendrochronological Investigations of the Fire History in the Sinclair Restoration Area, Kootenay National Park, British Columbia (Kiera A.P. Smith, University of Victoria, March 9, 2016)

Density dependence of host location behaviour and reproductive behaviour by mountain pine beetle (Dendroctonus ponderosae) (Che Elkin, 2000)

Detecting critical nodes in forest landscape networks to reduce wildfire spread (Denys Yemshanov, Ning Liu, Daniel K. Thompson, Marc-André Parisien, Quinn E. Barber, Frank H. Koch and Jonathan Reimer, extract from PLOS One, October 7, 2021)

Determining the Status of British Columbia's Dragonflies (Leah R. Ramsay and Robert A. Cannings, extract from Proceedings of the Species at Risk 2004 Pathways to Recovery Conference, March 2-6, 2004)

Dirty-water events at Rocky Mountain Hot Springs and their correlation with other short-lived phenomena (Robert O. van Everdingen, extract from Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, Vol. 21, 1984)

Dirty-Water Events at Rocky Mountain Hot Springs III. Events Triggered by the Borah Peak, Idaho, Earthquake of 28 October 1983 (Robert O. van Everdingen, Environment and Climate Change Canada, April 1984)

Dragonflying in the Mountains (Syd Cannings, extract from Argia, Vol. 10 No. 4, December 15, 1998)

East Kootenay Badger Project: June 1996 - June 2006 Summary (Nancy J. Newhouse, July 18, 2006)

East Kootenay Badger Project: 1997/98 Year-End Summary Report (Nancy J. Newhouse, March 1998)

East Kootenay Badger Project 2003-2004 Update: Population Ecology, Translocation, Sightings and Communications (Nancy J. Newhouse, R.P. Bio and Trevor A. Kinley, Sylvan Consulting Ltd. for Parks Canada, June 15, 2004)

East Kootenay Badger Project 2005-2006 Progress Report: Ecology, Translocation, Communication, sightings and Habitat Use (Nancy J. Newhouse and Trevor A. Kinley, June 15, 2006)

East Kootenay Badger Project 2007-2008 Progress Report (Trevor A. Kinley for Parks Canada, March 31, 2008)

East Kootenay Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep Inventory: Winter 2001 and 2002 (Irene Teske and Bob Forbes, August 2002)

Ecological Land Classification of Kootenay National Park, British Columbia, Vol. I: Integrated Resource Description (P.L. Achuff, W.D. Holland, G.M. Coen and K. Van Tighem, eds., Environment Canada-Alberta Institute of Pedology, 1984)

Ecology and Conservation of Lynx in the United States General Technical Report RMRS-GTR-30WWW (Leonard F. Ruggiero, Keith B. Aubry, Steven W. Buskirk, Gary M. Koehler, Charles J. Krebs, Kevin S. McKelvey and John R. Squires, U.S. Forest Service, October 1999)

Ecology of Big Game Winter Ranges in the Southern Rocky Mountain Trench, East Kootenay Region (Dennis A. Demarchi, BC Fish and Wildlife Branch, March 1971)

Ecology of the 2004 morel harvest in the Rocky Mountain Forest District of British Columbia (Richard S. Winder and Michael E. Keefer, extract from Botany, Vol. 86, 2008, ©NRC Canada)

Ecosystem Restoration: Bringing back Kootenay's original dry grasslands and open forests (Parks Canada, 2009)

Effects of Clearcutting on Landscape Structure and Bird Species Diversity and Abundance in the Rocky Mountains (©Pierre Raoul Paul Vernier, November 1995)

Elk Study, 1976-1978: Kootenay National Park (T.R. Gibbons, Parks Canada, 1978)

Emergence of morel (Morchella) and pixie cup (Geopyxis carbonaria) ascocarps in response to the intensity of forest floor combustion during a wildfire (David F. Greene, Michael Hesketh and Edith Pounden, extract from Mycologia, Vol. 102, 2010)

Engaging Canadians: Ensuring badgers remain a vital part of the East Kootenays is the aim of an international, public-private sector partnership (Parks Canada, 2009)

Environmental Impact Studies, Marble Canyon and McLeod Meadows Campgrounds, Kootenay National Park (G.C. Trottier and J.L. Bernard, Environment and Climate Change Canada, 1977)

Evaluation of avifauna as indicator species and the discussion on the future of avifauna monitoring in Kootenay National Park (John Dunlop, Parks Canada, March 1, 1993)

Evaluation of the Wildlife Protection System Deployed on Highway 93 in Kootenay National Park During Autumn, 2003 (Trevor A. Kinley, Nancy J. Newhouse and Hillary N. Page, November 17, 2003)

Exotic Plants and Cultivated Landscapes in the Mountain National Parks: A Growing Concern (Parks Canada, 2001)

Fire & Vegetation Management Newsletter (Parks Canada, 2011)

Fire History and Management Study, Kootenay National Park: Summary Report for Year 2: 1989/90 (Alan M. Masters, Parks Canada, March 9, 1990)

Fire Management Plan 2020: Banff, Yoho, and Kootenay National Parks (April 2020)

Forest Fire History of Kootenay National Park, British Columbia (Alan M. Masters, Parks Canada, April 1989)

Forest fungi collected in Kootenay National Park, British Columbia Information Report NOR-X-28 (J.J. Lawrence and Y. Hiratsuka, Canadian Forest Service, March 1972)

Forest Health Update for the National Mountain Parks 2009 (Natural Resources Canada, 2009)

Forest Insect and Disease Conditions Alberta-Northwest Territories Region (J.K. Robins, Natural Resources Canada, April 1965)

Forest Insect and Disease Conditions in Kootenay National Park, 1993: Special Report FIDS Pest Report 93-32 (L.S. Unger, Canadian Forest Service, December 1993)

Forest Insect and Disease Conditions in Kootenay National Park, 1994 FIDS Pest Report 94-33 (L.S. Unger, Canadian Forest Service, December 1994)

Forest Insect and Disease Conditions in Kootenay National Park, 1995 FIDS Pest Report 95-26 (L.S. Unger, Canadian Forest Service, December 1995)

Forest Insect and Disease Survey Alberta-Northwest Territories-Yukon Region: Annual Report 1967 Information Report A-X-15 (H.A. Tripp and J.K. Robins, Natural Resources Canada, April 1968)

Forest insects and diseases in eight of the western Canadian national parks, 1971 Information Report NOR-X-12 (W.G.H. Ives, Canadian Forest Service, January 1972)

Forest insects and diseases in eight western Canadian national parks, 1973 Information Report NOR-X-90 (F.J. Emond, J. Petty, G.J. Smith and V.B. Patterson, Canadian Forest Service, May 1974)

Forest insects and diseases in nine of the western Canadian national parks, 1972 Information Report NOR-X-62 (V.B. Patterson, E.J. Gautreau, G.J. Smith, R.M. Caltrell and J.P. Susut, Canadian Forest Service, April 1973)

Forest insects collected in Kootenay National Park, 1948-1971 Information Report NOR-X-110 (G.J. Smith and J.C.E. Melvin, Canadian Forest Service, August 1974)

Forest Insects Collected in Kootenay National Park, 1948-1971 Report NOR-X-110 (G.J. Smith and J.C.E. Melvin, Natural Resources Canada, August 1974)

Forest Succession and Range Conditions in Elk Winter Habitat in Kootenay National Park (Tim Van Egmond, 1988)

Friends of Kootenay Research Database

From Suppression to Prescription: An Evaluation of the Fire Management Program in the Lake Louise, Yoho and Kootenay National Parks Field Unit (Amber Stewart, January 2005)

Gammarus predation and the possible effects of Gammarus and Chaoborus feeding on the zooplankton composition in some small lakes and ponds in western Canada Canadian Wildlife Service Occasional Paper No. 18 (R. Stewart Anderson and Linda G. Raasveldt, ©Environment and Climate Change Canada, 1974)

Giant Liver Fluke: Smaller than a Breadbox... but larger than a Wapiti or Moose! / La grande douve américaine: Plus petite qu'une boîte à pain...mais plus grande qu'un wapiti ou un original! (Margo Pybus, extract from Research Links, Vol. 9 No. 2, Summer/Autumn 2001, Parks Canada)

Glaciers in the Canadian Columbia Basin: Technical Report (Brian Menonos and Ben Pelto, Canadian Columbia Basin Glacier and Snow Research Network, February 2020)

Glaciers of the Rockies and Selkirks (A.P. Coleman, Parks Canada, 1921)

Grizzly Bear Habitat Effectiveness Model for Banff, Yoho, and Kootenay National Parks, Canada (Michael L. Gibeau, extract from Ursus, Vol. 10, 1998)

Grizzly Bear Food Habits in Yoho and Kootenay National Parks (R.M. Raine Environmental Consulting Ltd. for Parks Canada, March 1989)

Grizzly Bear Research in Yoho and Kootenay National Parks: Year II Interim Report (R. Michael Raine, Richard N. Riddell and John L. Kansas for Parks Canada, March 1990)

Grizzly Bear Research in Yoho and Kootenay National Parks: 1988-1990 Final Report (R. Michael Raine and Richard N. Riddell for Parks Canada, October 1991)

Habitat associations of American badgers in southeastern British Columbia (Clayton D. Apps, Nancy J. Newhouse and Trevor A. Kinley, extract from Canadian Journal of Zoology, Vol. 80, 2002; ©NRC Canada)

Helminths of the Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep in Western Canada (Leslie S. Uhazy and John C. Holmes, extract from Canadian Journal of Zoology, Vol. 49, 1971)

Helping Fish Cross Roads (Parks Canada, 2011)

Heritage Character Statements / Énoncés de valeur patrimoniale, Kootenay National Park

Aquacourt / Aquacourt (FHBRO No. 92-79, January 25, 1995, Canadian Register of Historic Places)

Floe Lake Warden Patrol Cabin / Chalet des gardes du parc du lac Floe (FHBRO No. 00-111, February 2003, Canadian Register of Historic Places)

Old Log Cabin and Whymper Cabin (Marble Canyon Warden Station) (FHBRO No. 87-132 & 87-026, 2005, Canadian Register of Historic Places)

Herpwatch (Parks Canada, 2009)

Highway Research, Monitoring and Adaptive Mitigation Study — Banff, Yoho and Kootenay National Parks, Annual Report July 2003 - March 2004 (Anthony P. Clevenger and Kari Gunson, March 31, 2004)

Highway Research, Monitoring, and Adaptive Mitigation Study — Banff, Yoho and Kootenay National Parks Final Report (Anthony P. Clevenger, March 31, 2003)

Historic Influence of the Mountain Pine Beetle on Stand Dynamics in Canada’s Rocky Mountain Parks (Pamela R. Dykstra and Tom F. Braumandl, Natural Resources Canada, 2006)

Historical Perspective of Mountain Pine Beetle in Kootenay National Park (H.F. Cerezke, extract from Insect and Disease Management Workshop, 1993)

Historical Wildlife Observations in the Canadian Rockies: Implications for Ecological Integrity (Charles E. Kay, Brian Patton and Cliff A. White, extract from The Canadian Field-Naturalist, Vol. 114, 2000)

Human Activity Differentially Redistributes Large Mammals in the Canadian Rockies National Parks (James Kimo Rogala, Mark Hebblewhite, Jesse Whittington, Cliff A. White, Jenny Coleshill and Marco Musiani, extract from Ecology and Society, Vol. 16 No. 3, 2011)

Hymenolepis horrida (Cestoda: Hymenolepididae) and Catenotaenia peromysci (Cestoda: Anoplocephalidae) in Voles from the Canadian Rockies (Yeen Ten Hwang, Scott L. Gardner and John S. Millar, extract from Comparative Parasitology, Vol. 74, 2007)

Impact of Mountain Pine Beetle on Stand Dynamics in British Columbia (B. Hawkes, S.W. Taylor, C. Stockdale, T.L. Shore, R.I. Alfaro, R. Campbell and P. Vera, extract from Mountain Pine Beetle Symposium: Challenges and Solutions, October 30-31, 2003)

Impact of the Giant Liver Fluke (Fascioloides magna) on Elk and Other Ungulates in Banff and Kootenay National Parks Draft #2 (E. Butterworth and M.J. Pybus for Parks Canada, June 30, 1992)

Incidence and abundance of certain parasites in wapiti in the national parks of the Canadian Rockies (D.R. Flook and J.E. Stenton, extract from Canadian Journal of Zoology, Vol. 47, 1969)

Invasion of the Habitat Snatchers (Parks Canada, 2012)

Interrelationships of Ledum species and their rust parasites in western Canada and Alaska (D.B.O. Savile, extract from Canadian Journal of Botany, Vol. 47, 1969)

Invasive Plants of the Crown of the Continent (Jami Belt and Dawn LaFleur, 2011)

Kootenay National Park Archaeology Projects 1998 Final Report (Roderick J. Heitzmann, Parks Canada, February 2000)

Kootenay National Park, British Columbia: Wild mountains and great valleys Miscellaneous Report 9 (David M. Baird, Geological Survey of Canada, 1964)

Kootenay Parkway Traffic Projection Study: A Report Prepared for Parks Canada (Meredith Hamstead and Hillary Page, April 2007)

Landscape Level Conservation Priorities in the Invermere TSA: Interim Results for Forest Service Science Program Project Y071069 (Ralph W. Wells, March 31, 2007)

Large animal-vehicle collisions in the Central Canadian Rocky Mountains: patterns and characteristics (Kari E. Gunson, Bryan Chruszcz and Anthony P. Clevenger, extract from Proceedings of the 2003 International Conference on Ecology and Transportation, 2004)

Limnological studies in Kootenay National Park — Part One: The Lakes (D.B. Donald and D.J. Alger, Canadian Wildlife Service for Parks Canada, 1984)

Long-term ecological monitoring: Unravelling the Gordian knot (Don Gayton, extract from FORREX Link, 2007)

Lynx Ecology in the Southern Canadian Rocky Mountains: Preliminary Results and Conservation Implications (Clayton D. Apps, Alan Dibb and Anna J. Fontana, extract from Proceedings of a Conference on the Biology and Management of Species and Habitats at Risk: Volume Two, Kamloops, B.C., February 15-19, 1999)

Mineral springs and miracles (Merna M. Forster, extract from Canadian Family Physician, Vol. 40, April 1994)

Mitigation Efforts to Reduce Mammal Mortality on Roadways in Kootenay National Park, British Columbia (Michael I. Preston, Larry Halverson and Gayle Hesse, extract from Wildlife Afield, 3:1 Supplement, June 2006)

Mitchell 2 Prescribed Burn Archaeological Assessment, Kootenay National Park Final Report (Roderick J. Heitzmann, Parks Canada, January 2000)

Model Class Screening Report for Aquatic-based Commercial Guiding Activities in the Mountain National Parks of Canada (Parks Canada, January 2005, renewed April 2008)

Model Class Screening Report for Land-based Commercial Guiding Activities in the Mountain National Parks of Canada (N. Gilson, September 2004)

Modelling and Management of Bighorn Sheep Movement Corridors (Alan D. Dibb, Marie A. Tremblay and Michael S. Quinn, extract from Proceedings of the Northern Wild Sheep and Goat Council Biennial Symposium, Vol. 16, 2008)

Modeling and management of potential movement corridors for elk (Cervus elaphus), bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis) and grizzly bear (Ursus arctos) in the Radium Hot Springs area, British Columbia (©Marie A. Tremblay, extract from Proceedings of the 2001 International Conference on Ecology and Transportation, 2001)

Modelling and Restoration of Bighorn Sheep Habitat within and adjacent to Kootenay National Park, British Columbia (Marie A. Tremblay and Alan D. Dibb, extract from Science & Management of Protected Areas Association, 2004)

Modeling Carnivore Habitat in the Rocky Mountain Region: A Literature Review and Suggested Strategy (Carlos Carroll, Paul C. Paquet and Reed F. Noss, 2000, World Wildlife Fund Canada)

Monitoring Ecosystem Restoration Treatments at North Stoddart Creek and North Fontaine: Monitoring Update (Hillary Page, 2004)

Monitoring Ecosystem Restoration Treatments in Kootenay National Park: Year one post-fire monitoring (Hillary Page, November 2005)

Monitoring Ecosystem Restoration Treatments at North Stoddart Creek and Bull River: Monitoring Update (Hillary Page, 2010)

Monitoring Plant Community Diversity and Regeneration in the Vermilion Pass Burn, Kootenay and Banff National Parks / Surveillance de la diversité et de la régénération des communautés végétales du brûlis du col Vermilion, Parcs nationaux Kootenay et Banff (Greg Chernoff, extract from Research Links, Vol. 10 No. 1, Spring 2002, Parks Canada)

Mountain goat survey in Management Units 4-35 and 4-16, Kootenay region, British Columbia, August-September 2006 (Kim G. Poole for BC Ministry of Environment and Parks Canada, December 2006)

Mountain Parks Visitor Reception Centre Study: Data Analysis Report, October 2005 (Guidelines Ltd., 2005)

Mountain Pine Beetle Dispersal through Managed and Unmanaged Landscapes Mountain Pine Beetle Working Paper 2008-17 (Mary Reid, Natural Resources Canada, 2008)

National Park Management Issues: Kootenay National Park (Larry Halverson, extract from Symposium on Parks in British Columbia, August 1985)

National Parks Pest Update (G. Roke, National Resources Canada, 2008)

New accelerator mass spectrometry radiocarbon ages for the Mazama tephra layer from Kootenay National Park, British Columbia, Canada (D.J. Hallett, L.V. Hills and J.J. Clague, extract from Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, Vol. 34 No. 9, 1997, ©NRC Canada)

Nipika: A Story of Radium Hot Springs (Dale Zieroth, Parks Canada, 1978)

Notes on the Parasite Complex of Evagora (Recurvaria) Starki Freeman in Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks (R.W. Stark, extract from Canadian Journal of Zoology, Vol. 39, 1961)

Noteworthy Record of the Northern Hawk Owl Breeding in Southeastern British Columbia (Dean Nicholson and Valerie Harris, extract from Wildlife Afield, Vol. 3 No. 2, December 2006)

Observations of Rocky Mountain Goats on Mount Wardle, Kootenay National Park, British Columbia (John C. Holroyd, extract from The Canadian Field-Naturalist Vol. 81 No. 1, January-March 1967)

Occurrence of Birds on the Vermilion Pass Burn, Kootenay National Park Project Report (Murray J. Christman, Summer 1970)

Old-growth, disturbance, and ecosystem management (E.A. Johnson, K. Miyanishi and J.M.H. Weir, extract from Canadian Journal of Botany, Vol. 73, 1995)

On glacier retreat and drought cycles in the Rocky Mountains of Montana and Canada (Wolfgang H. Berger, extract from UC San Diego: Scripps Institution of Oceanography, June 30, 2009)

Oxygen- and sulfur-isotope geochemistry of acidic groundwater discharge in British Columbia, Yukon, and District of Mackenzie, Canada (Robert O. van Everdingen, M. Asif Shakur and Frederick A. Michel, extract from Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, Vol. 22, 1985)

Paleoecological Investigation of Vegetation, Climate and Fire History in, and Adjacent to, Kootenay National Park, Southeastern British Columbia, Canada (Thomas J. Rodengen, Marlow G. Pellatt and Karen E. Kohfeld, extract from Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, Vol. 9, 2022)

Paleoecology and Fire History Clues from the Past, Issues from the Future / La paléoécologie et l'historique des incendie du parc national Kootenay: Indices du passé, questions pour l'avenir (Robert C. Walker and Douglas J. Hallett, extract from Research Links, Vol. 9 No. 2, Summer/Autumn 2001, Parks Canada)

Paleoecology and its application to fire and vegetation management in Kootenay National Park, British Columbia (Douglas J. Hallett and Robert C. Walker, extract from Journal of Paleolimnology, Vol. 24, 2000)

Parasites of Mountain Goat, Oreamnos americanus (Blainville), of West Central Alberta with a Comparison of the Helminths of Mountain Goat and Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep, Ovis c. canadensis Shaw (W.M. Samuel, W.K. Hall, J.G. Stelfox and W.D. Wishart, extract from Proceedings of the First International Mountain Goat Symposium, 1977)

Perceptions of Ecological Risk Associated with Mountain Pine Beetle (Dendroctonus ponderosae) Infestations in Banff and Kootenay National Parks of Canada (Bonita L. McFarlane and David O.T. Witson, extract from Risk Analysis, Vol. 28 No. 1, 2008)

Post-fire Regeneration and Survival of Whitebark Pine (Pinus albicaulis Engelm.) (©Randall John Moody, September 2006)

Phylogenetic status of North American wapiti (Cervus elaphus) subspecies (R.O. Polziehn, J. Hamr, F.F. Mallory and C. Strobeck, extract from Canadian Journal of Zoology, Vol. 76, 1998, ©NRC Canada)

Phytosociological and Environmental Characteristics of Outbreak and Non-Outbreak Areas of the Two-Year Cycle Spruce Budworm, Choristoneura fumiferana (R.F. Shepherd, extract from Ecology, Vol. 40 No. 4, October 1959)

Planning and prioritization strategies for phased highway mitigation using wildlife-vehicle collision data (Adam T. Ford, Anthony P. Clevenger, Marcel P. Huijser and Alan Dibb, extract from Wildlife Biology, Vol. 17, 2011)

Plants Collected during Kootenay's Biophysical Inventory (Peter L. Achuff, Parks Canada, 1984)

Population Dynamics of the Lodgepole Needle Miner, Recurvaría starki Freeman, in Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks (R.W. Stark, extract from Canadian Journal of Zoology, Vol. 37, 1959)

Predation on Two Mule Deer, Odocoileus hemionus, by a Canada Lynx, Lynx canadensis, in the Southern Canadian Rocky Mountains (Dörte Poszig, Clayton D. Apps and Alan Dibb, extract from Canadian Field-Naturalist, Vol. 118 No. 2, 2004)

Preliminary Report on the Birds and Mammals of Kootenay National Park, British Columbia (J.A. Munro and I. McTaggart Cowan, extract from The Canadian Field-Naturalist, Vol. 58, 1944)

Prescribed Burn Avian Monitoring Program for Montane Meadows in Kootenay National Park: Dolly Varden Burn (Kari Stuart-Smith for Parks Canada, September 1998)

Proposal for a Provisional Bird Check List for Kootenay National Park, B.C. (Bill Anderson and Thom Meredith, August 1973)

Provisional evaluation of the Status of Westslope Cutthroat Trout in Canada (David W. Mayhood, extract from Proceedings of the Biological and Management of Species and Habitats at Risk: Volume Two, February 15-19, 1999)

Public perceptions of natural disturbance in Canada's national parks: the case of the mountain pine beetle (Dendroctonus ponderosae Hopkins) (Bonita L. McFarlane, R. Craig G. Stumpf-Allen, David O. Watson, extract from Biological Conservation, Vol. 130, 2006, ©Elsevier Ltd.)

Radium-Stoddart bighorn sheep GPS and VHF telemetry 2001-2002 — Summary of Activities and Data Collection January-March, 2002 (Trevor Kinley, March 31, 2002)

Radium-Stoddart Bighorn Sheep Habitat Use Monitoring 2002-2003 — Annual Summary of Activities and Data Collection (Trevor A. Kinley, March 31, 2003)

Range Ecology of Bighorn Sheep in Relation to Self-Regulation Theories (John G. Stelfox, Environment and Climate Change Canada, February 15, 1974)

Recovery of zooplankton assemblages in mountain lakes from the effects of introduced sport fish (David B. Donald, Rolf D. Vinebrooke, R. Stewart Anderson, Jim Syrgiannis and Mark D. Graham, extract from Canadian Journal of Fish and Aquatic Sciences, Vol. 58, 2001)

Relationships between group size, feeding time, and agonistic behavior of mountain goats (Kenneth L. Risenhoover and James A. Bailey, extract from Canadian Journal of Zoology, Vol. 63, 1985)

Repeat Photography in Southeastern British Columbia: 100 Years of Landscape Change (Cathey J. Conroy, December 22, 1995)

Report on the Avifauna of the Vermilion Pass Burn Area Final Report (Barry F. Edwards, 1972)

Report on the Small Mammals in the Vermilion Pass Burn: 1972 (Maxine Reid, October 1972)

Report on the Small Mammals of the Vermilion Pass Burn (Chris Shank, November 2, 1971)

Report on the Small Mammals of the Vermilion Pass Burn Final Report (Gail Fitzmartyn, October 1973)

Response of Bighorn Sheep to Restoration of Winter Range (Alan D. Dibb and Michael S. Quinn, extract from Proceedings of the Northern Wild Sheep and Goat Council Biennial Symposium, Vol. 15, 2006)

Research Update: 2010/2011, 2009/2010 (Parks Canada)

Restoration of Bighorn Sheep Habitat and Associated Open Forest and Grassland Ecosystems at Radium Hot Springs, B.C. (Alan Dibb, extract from Proceedings of the Species at Risk 2004 Pathways to Recovery Conference, March 2-6, 2004)

Review of Kootenay National Park Herbaria (W.O. Herbarium at Radium Hot Springs, and Nipika Herbarium) — Supplemental Information (to December 1995 report) (J. Williams Consulting, February 1997)

Review of Park Herbaria and Files for Kootenay, Yoho, and Mount Revelstoke & Glacier National Parks (J. Williams Consulting, December 1995)

Risk Assessment of Fire Management Alternatives Final Report (LaMorte & Associates for Parks Canada, March 1996)

Rubber Boa Monitoring in Kootenay National Park (Larry Halverson, Parks Canada, 2005)

Rubber boas in Radium Hot Springs: Inventory of habitat, record of sightings and suggestions for management (Robert St. Clair, 2004)

Rubber Boas in Radium Hot Springs: Habitat, Inventory, and Management Strategies (Robert C. St. Clair and Alan Dibb, extract from Proceedings of the Species at Risk 2004 Pathways to Recovery Conference, March 2-6, 2004)

Science Program: Lake Louise, Yoho and Kootenay National Parks, 1998/99 (Parks Canada, 1998)

Seasonal Distribution of Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep in Canadian National Parks, 1966-1972 (John G. Stelfox, Canadian Wildlife Service for Parks Canada, ©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1978)

Seasonal Habitat Use and Movement Corridor Selection of Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep (Ovis canadensis canadensis), near Radium Hot Springs, British Columbia: 2006 Season Update (Brianna Wright for Parks Canada, December 2006)

Seasonal movements of White-tailed Deer, (Odocoileus virginianus) in the Rocky Mountains of British Columbia (Trevor A. Kinley, extract from The Canadian Field-Naturalist, Vol. 133 No. 3, 2019, ©The Ottawa Field-Naturalists' Club)

Short-term Monitoring Study Examining the Possible Impacts of Fire Retardants on Aquatic Environments in Kootenay National Park During and After 2003 Forest Fires (Lucie Silva for Parks Canada, April 6, 2004)

Simpson River Westslope Cutthroat Trout Population Assessment: Research Notes (Peter J. Corbett, 2003)

Small Mammals of Vermilion Pass Burn: Annual Check, 1976 Final Report (Robert Guy, November 1976)

Songbird Communities in Burned and Logged Stands with Variable Tree Retention in the Canadian Rocky Mountains (©A. Kari Stuart-Smith, December 4, 2001)

Split Peak Prescribed Burn Plan, an addition to Daer-Pitts Prescribed Burn Plan: Environment Screening (Amendment) (Robert Walker and Rick Kubian, Parks Canada, April 2003)

Status of the Radium Bighorn Sheep Herd and Its Ranges: 1984-1985 (J.G. Stelfox, D.M. Poll and B.R. Sheehan, March 1985)

Status of the Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep in British Columbia BC Wildlife Bulletin No. B-99 (R.A. Demarchi, C.L. Hartwig and Donald A. Demarchi, BC Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks, March 2000)

Stoddart Creek Ecosystem Restoration Monitoring: Site Establishment and Summary Report (Hillary Page, January 2007)

Strategic Environmental Assessment of the Fire and Fuel Management Program in the Contiguous Mountain National Parks: Final Report (Rhonda DeLong, Julie Budgen, Carla Stevens and Bruce Gleig, for Brian Low (Parks Canada), March 2008)

Studying Natural Ecological Processes in the National Parks: Plant Community Diversity and the Vermilion Burn (Greg Chernoff and Mryka Hall-Beyer, 2008)

Summary of the Kootenay and Yoho National Parks Science Workshop (Praxis, Inc. for Parks Canada, December 14, 1998)

Supplemental Climate Information: Lake Louise (Banff), Yoho and Kootenay National Parks (Scott Parker, Parks Canada, January 31, 2018)

Synopsis of the genus Peltigera (lichenized Ascomycetes) in British Columbia, with a key to the North American species (Trevor Goward, Bernard Goffinet and Orvo Vitikainen, extract from Canadian Journal of Botany, Vol. 73, 1995)

The Alpine Architectural Heritage of the Four Mountain Parks: An Historical Review and Assessment Microfiche Report Series No. 523 (Graham A. Macdonald, Parks Canada, 1994)

The Avifauna of Kootenay National Park (Kevin J. Van Tighem, 1977)

The Birds of Kootenay National Park: 1st Report (1965) of Fieldstudies Conducted (K.E. Seel, c1965)

The Birds of the Burn: Summer Project 1969 (Judy Tuttle, Parks Canada, 1969)

The Camping Experience: Results from a survey of the Parks Listens Panel (Parks Canada, February 2007)

The Climate of the Contiguous Mountain Parks: Banff, Jasper, Kootenay, Yoho Project Report No. 30 (B. Janz and D. Storr, ©Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of the Environment Canada, 1977)

The Condition and Trend of aspen, Populus tremuloides, in Kootenay and Yoho National Parks: Implications for Ecological Integrity (Charles E. Kay, extract from The Canadian Field-Naturalist, Vol. 111, 1997)

The distribution of four Chaoborus species (Diptera: Chaoboridae) along an elevation gradient in Canadian Rocky Mountain lakes (S. Lamontagne, D.B. Donald and D.W. Schindler, extract from Canadian Journal of Zoology, Vol. 72, 1994)

The Dragonflies (Insecta: Odonata) of the Columbia Basin, British Columbia: Field Surveys, Collections Development and Public Education (Robert A. Cannings, Sydney G. Cannings and Leah Ramsay, extract from Living Landscapes, 2000, ©Royal British Columbia Museum)

The Dragonflies of the Columbia Basin, BC: Field Surveys, Collections Development and Public Education / Les libellules du bassin du Columbia, en C.-B. (Robert Cannings, extract from Research Links, Vol. 9 No. 1, Parks Canada, Spring 2001)

The Ecology and Economy of Morels in British Columbia's East Kootenay (©Michael Edwin Keefer, April 12 2005)

The effect of snow cover on the social behavior of bighorn rams and mountain goats (Ronald G. Petocz, extract from Canadian Journal of Zoology, Vol. 51, 1973)

The Fishes and Their Distribution in the Mountain National Parks of Canada (J.C. Ward, Canadian Wildlife Service for Parks Canada, January 1974)

The Fishes of the Central Canadian Rockies Ecosystem Report No. 950408 (David M. Mayhood, Freshwater Research Limited, April 1995)

The Mammals of Kootenay National Park, First Report - (1965) (K.E. Seel, c1965)

The Paint Pots, Kootenay National Park, Canada — a natural acid spring analogue for Mars (Stephen E. Grasby, Barry C. Richards, Christine E. Sharp, Allyson L. Brady, Gareth M. Jones and Peter F. Dunfield, extract from Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, Vol. 50 No. 1, 2013)

The Rocky Mountain Sheep (Ovis canadensis) in British Columbia (Allan Brooks, extract from The Canadian Field-Naturalist, February 1923)

The taxonomy of Arnica frigida and A. louiseana (Asteraceae) (Stephen R. Downe and Keith E. Denford, extract from Canadian Journal of Botany, Vol. 64, 1986)

The Wildlife Protection System: Early Successes and Challenges Using Infrared Technology to Detect Deer, Warn Drivers, and Monitor Deer Behavior (©Nancy Newhouse, 2003)

Translocation of Badgers to the Upper Columbia Valley: 2002/03 Progress Report (Nancy J. Newhouse and Trevor A. Kinley, March 31, 2003)

Treaty Negotiations Related to Kootenay National Park: An Opportunity for Reconciling the Interests of the Ktunaxa/Kinbasket Tribal Council and Parks Canada? (Gabriel Lacombe, Simon Fraser University, 1998)

Update for Wildlife-Vehicle Collision and Crossing Mitigation Plan for Hwy 93S in Kootenay and Banff National Park: Final Report (Marcel P. Huijser, Western Transportation Institute, February 2010)

Use of Infrared Camera Video Footage from a Wildlife Protection System to Assess Collision-Risk Behavior by Deer in Kootenay National Park, British Columbia (Trevor A. Kinley, Hillary N. Page and Nancy J. Newhouse, March 2003)

Use of Infrared Camera Video Footage from a Wildlife Protection System to Assess Collision-Risk Behavior by Deer in Kootenay National Park, British Columbia: Poster (Trevor Kinley, Nancy Newhouse and Hillary Page, 2003)

Using geographic information system (GIS) technology to study the impacts of roads on Canada's national parks (Michael Seaby and Don Rivard, extract from Proceedings of the 2003 International Conference on Ecology and Transportation, 2004)

Vascular plants of Banff, Jasper, Kootenay, Mount Revelstoke - Glacier, and Yoho National Parks of Canada (Peter L. Achuff, Parks Canada, 2006)

Vascular Plants of the Mountain National Parks: Species List and Database (Peter L. Achuff, Parks Canada, February 1993)

Vegetation Management Plan: Lake Louise and Yoho and Kootenay National Parks Field Unit (Robert C. Walker, Parks Canada, January 1998)

Vegetation Map of the Vermilion Burn, 1972 (Terry Willard and Stuart A. Harris, c1972)

Vegetation Maps and Floristic List for the Vermilion Pass Burn; 1976 Final Report (Robert Guy, February 1977)

Vermilion Burn Avian Study: Progress Report, May 1975 (Scott O'Keeffe, May 1975)

Vermilion Burn Avian Study: Progress Report, June 1975 (Scott O'Keeffe, June 1975)

Vermilion Burn Small Mammal Study, May 1975: Progress Report (Robert Guy, 1975)

Vermilion Burn Small Mammal Study, June 1975 (Robert Guy, 1975)

Vermilion Pass Burn: Report on ground vegetation coverage estimates, 1972 (Pauline Olthof, 1972)

Vermilion Pass Fire Study, 1972: Botany — July Report (Terry Willard, c1972)

Vermilion Pass Fire Study Botany — June and Preliminary (Terry Willard, c1972)

Visitor Use Analysis in Yoho, Kootenay and Banff National Parks of Canada (©Derek Petersen, March 2004)

Waterfall Ice Climbing and Avalanches in Canada's Mountain National Parks / Escalade de cascades de glace et avalanches dans les parcs nationaux des montagnes du Canada (Parks Canada, 2005)

Weights, Measurements and Tooth Replacement of Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep in Canadian National Parks, 1967-1971 (John G. Stelfox and David M. Poll, Canadian Wildlife Service for Parks Canada, 1978)

West Slopes Bear Research Project: Second Progress Report 1997 (John G. Woods, Bruce N. McLellan, D. Paetkau, M. Proctor and C. Strobeck, 1997)

Western National Parks' Fish Planting - 1969 Season (Parks Canada, 1969)

Western National Parks' Fish Planting - 1971 Season (Parks Canada, 1971)

Wetlands (Parks Canada, 2002)

What features of the landscape and highway influence ungulate vehicle collisions in the watersheds of the Central Canadian Rocky mountains: a fine-scale perspective? (Kari E. Gunson, Bryan Chruszcz and Anthony P. Clevenger, extract from Proceedings of the 2005 International Conference on Ecology and Transportation, 2006)

What We Heard: A Summary of the Analysis of Public Comments on the Management Plan Concepts for Jasper, Kootenay, Waterton Lakes and Yoho National Parks (Parks Canada, 1999)

Whitebark pine and white pine blister rust in the Rocky Mountains of Canada and northern Montana (Cyndi M. Smith, Brendan Wilson, Salman Rasheed, Robert C. Walker, Tara Carolin and Brenda Shepherd, extract from Canadian Journal of Forest Research, Vol. 38, 2008, ©NRC Canada)

Whitebark Pine Conservation for the Canadian Rocky Mountain National Parks (Brendan C. Wilson and G. Jon Stuart-Smith for Parks Canada, December 1, 2002)

Wild Flowers: Banff—Jasper—Kootenay—Yoho National Parks (Parks Canada, 1972)

Wildland Fire Management and the Fire Regime in the Southern Canadian Rockies U.S. Forest Service Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-GTR-320 (J.M.H. Weir, K.J. Chapman and E.A. Johnson, extract from Proceedings: symposium on fire in wilderness and park management, 1995)

Wildlife Mortality on the Kootenay Parkway, Kootenay National Park Final Report (D.M. Poll, Parks Canada, March 1989)

Wildlife Highway Mortality Annual Report - 1988, Kootenay National Park (B.R. Sheehan, Parks Canada, January 21, 1989)

Wildlife-Vehicle Collision and Crossing Mitigation Measures: A Literature Review for Parks Canada, Kootenay National Park (Marcel P. Huijser and Kylie J.S. Paul, Western Transportation Institute, March 2008)

Wildlife-Vehicle Collision and Crossing Mitigation Plan for Hwy 93S in Kootenay and Banff National Park and the Roads in and Around Radium Hot Springs (Marcel P. Huijser, Kylie J.S. Paul, Lauren Oechsli, Rob Ament, Anthony P. Clevenger and Adam Ford, Western Transportation Institute, March 2008)

Wilderness Recreation Program: Kootenay National Park, 1986 Review (George Sranko, Parks Canada, October 1986)

Winter Recreation in the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks: Pilot Study (Jovan Simic, Parks Canada, 2007)

Xplorers / Xplorateurs (Parks Canada)



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