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Vol. 1, Issue 1
Spring 1993
Vermilion Lakes Visitor Survey: Asking First Saves Regrets — Paul Lauzon
Special Editorial — Sandra B.M. Davis
Should Campgrounds Have Campfires — Renata Bailey and Allan Stendie
The Bar U Community during the 1890s — Simon Evans
Gwaii Haanas: Archaeology and Palaeoecology — Daryle Fedje
Natural Region Highlights
Revelstoke's Vision: Will It Help Achieve Sustainable Development? — Jenny Feick and Albert Einsiedel, Jr.
Earthwatch Expedition — Jenny Feick and Albert Einsiedel
Laskeek Bay Conservation Society: Volunteers Carrying Out Scientific Research — Doug Burles
Montane Ecoregion: Banff's Key Ecosystem Management Challenge — Cliff White and Judy Otton
Personal Profile — Dr. Peter L. Achuff
Harlequin Duck — Peter Clarkson
Reports — Focus on Natural Resources
Podium: Reaching the Urban Constituency: Reasons for City-Based Park Interpretation — Graham A. MacDonald
Meetings of Interest
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Place Names and Myths of Gwaii Haanas — C.J. Taylor
Editorial — Patricia Benson
Canadian Attitudes Towards our National Parks — Sylvanna Hegmann
Identifying Stressed Wapiti and Moose — Normand L. Cool and Robert J. Hudson
Uncovering the Past at The Bar U Ranch — Rod J. Heitzmann
Natural Region — Ecosystem Management Specialists
Individual-Based Models of Ecological Systems — Edward McCauley
Using Satellite Imagery Analysis to Depict Coastal Ecosystems — Dennis Jaques and John McIntosh
Shrub Layer Dynamics: Elk Island National Park — Charles Blyth
Contaminated Sites: Yesterday's Solution / Today's Problem — Bill Yeo
The Fight with the Kicking Horse River - und der Fluss siegte doch! — Christopher Weaver
Reports — Focus on Archaeological Services
Podium: An Outside-in View of Park Management — Paul A. Galbraith
Meetings of Interest
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Vol. 2, Issue 1
Spring 1994
Contaminated Sites Program: Environmental Decommissioning of Beban Camp — Liz Baker
Editorial — Patricia Benson
Research on Bat Activities and Habitat — Patrick F.J. Garcia
Measuring Client Satisfaction in Alberta and British Columbia National Park Campgrounds — Anne-Marie Pham
Taking a Chance Toward a Better Solution — Sue Krys
Natural Region Highlights
"Wildlife Research and Management in the National Parks" — Book review by Graham MacDonald
Studying Sustainable Development in Action — Jenny Feick
Grass Roots Action In Yoho National Park — Steve Christy
Of Bugs and Bears — Mike Gibeau
NRCB Westcastle Decision Released — Kevin Van Tighem
Podium: Ethics and Wildlife Biology — Mike Gibeau
Meetings of Interest
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Sowing the Seeds of the Past — Anne Dickinson
Around the Parks and Beyond
Ecological research group formed — John Woods
Do Parks Canada messages have effect? — Paul Lauzon
W.F. Whitcher: Victorian science in Canada's first national park — W.B. Yeo
Waste Stream Analysis helps Jaser recycle — Evelyn Saurette
Natural Region: Meet the Western Parks' Wildlife Specialists
Wildlife Research Notes
Emigrating Sheep — Wesley Bradford
Charging Elk — Carey Elverum
Transformed landscape patterns: Cutting Edge Research — Carolos Galindo-Leal
Stewardship essays inspire and provoke — reviewed by John McIntosh
Greening the Canada Games — Casey Morrow
Podium: Carnivore conservation a crucial issue — David Poll
Meetings of Interest
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Vol. 2, Issue 3
Winter 1994
Horse Days at the Cow Ranch — Simon Evans
Around the Parks — Peter D. Francis
Cultural Landscapes — C.J. Taylor
Mysterious Graves — Roderick J. Heitzmann
Teaching cultural resource management — Cornell Wynnobel
Guest Lecturer Video Series
Protecting National Collections — Christine Feniak
Regional Highlights: Catching up with National Historic Sites
A New Cultural Resource in the Yukon — David Neufeld
Perplexing housepits in Banff: who made them and why? — Martin Magne
Bankhead's Staircase To Nowhere — Perry Davis
Discoveries on the Pacific Coast — Iam Sumpter
Podium: Replacement vs. Repair — Bob Grill and Janet Gourlay-Vallance
Meetings of Interest
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Vol. 3, Issue 1
Spring 1995
Caves of the Rocky Mountains — Jonathan Rollins
Around the Parks
In the footsteps of the caribou... — Michael Morris
Innovation at Motherwell Homestead — David Hems
Measuring Performance — Anne-Marie Pham
Natural Region Highlights: Research Priorities for 1995
Crowded in Jaser? — Paul Lauzon
Chemical-free gardens flourish at Wasagaming townsite — Hugh Penwarden
Happy in Banff? — Paul Lauzon
Appetizer of a book doesn't fill you up — reviewed by Doulas Clark
Podium: Communicating research crucial — Ross MacDonald
Meetings of Interest
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Fire in Protected Areas — Stephen Woodley
Editorial — Marzena Czarnecki
The Western Fire Management Centre: development and implementation — Alan Westhaver and Bruce Sundbo
Fire, weather, and history — C.E. Van Wagner
Science and Paradox: The development of Kootenay's fire management plan — Robert C. Walker
Parks' Fire Information System: Using communication technology and information transfer in nation-wide fire management activities — Mark Heathcott
Sleuthing in the Mountain Parks — Marie-Pierre Rogeau
Banff's modeling system: predicting effects of disturbance — David Gilbride
Natural Region Highlights: Fire Specialists
Guest Profile: Charles E. Van Wagner — Dean of Canadian Fire Behavior — Mark Heathcott
From the Past: The first prescribed burn in Eastern Canada — Raymond Quenneville
Jasper wardens involve high school students in fire monitoring — Steve Otway
Aboriginal Burning — Robert C. Walker
Pre-Columbian Human Ecology — Charles E. Kay
Same or Different? Banff study compares results of prescribed burns and wildfires — Jack Wierzchowski
Podium: Forest fires, human use, and biodiversity: Co-existing on a small planet — Ian Pengelly
Meetings of Interest
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Vol. 3, Issue 3
Winter 1995
Biotic Impoverishment: The results of sport fish stocking during Banff's early years are still with us today — Brian R. Parker and David W. Schindler
Editorial — Marzena Czarnecki
History Notes — Graham MacDonald and Barbara Holliday
Cultural Depressions: Aboriginal housepits in Banff National Park continue to puzzle archaeologists — E. Gwyn Langermann
Burning Bushes: Elk Island makes the most of an accidental fire — Anne Dickinson
Responsible Power Source — Pat Inglis and Alvin Sippola
Natural Region Highlights: Links with Post-secondary Institutions
Sustainability or Status Quo? Revelstoke reflects on its vision — Jenny L. Feick
One Bear's Story — Carey Elverum
Lakes Reveal Their Secrets: Sediment coring reconstructs vegetation dynamics in Kootenay Valley — Douglas Hallet
Insects Hold Secret to Health — Garland Jonker and Joseph Culp
Amphibian researchers rejoice! — reviewed by Suzanne Barnes
Podium: Protecting the Past — Archaeology looks to future cooperative management of aboriginal resources — Martin Magne
Meetings of Interest
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Vol. 4, Issue 1
Spring 1996
Ecological Research on Bears Using DNA Fingerprinting — David Paetkau and Curtis Strobeck
Editorial — Patricia Benson
On the map: National Parks Maps in the William C. Wonders Map Collection — Sandy Campbell
Unstable Ground: Assessing the Risks of Rock Slides — David M. Cruden
Dynamics of Alpine Larch at the Timberline — Brendan Wilson
Pine and Spruce Species and their Hybrids Provide Gene-Pool Information — Om P. Rajora, Phambu D. Khasa and Bruce P. Dancik
Research Highlights: U of A Researchers are Experts in Many Disciplines
Protected Landscapes: The British Experience — Guy S. Swinnerton
Guest Lecturer Video Series
Touring Canada's Treasures: Heritage Rivers Have Stories to Tell — reviewed by Dianne Willott
Podium: Critical Issues for the Next Century: Two Parks Canada Experts Share Their Views — Charles Blyth and Rod Heitzmann
Meetings of Interest
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Bull Trout and Aquatic Ecosystem Integrity — Kevin Van Tighem
Editorial — John R. Post
Research Links Updates: Expanding Our Focus
Mapping Kelp Forests in Barkley Sound — Catherine T.J. Elliott and Louis D. Druehl
Preliminary study of Arctic charr in Bluehill Pond — Sandy Fraser
Life at the Top: The Biology of the Amphipod Gammaraus l. lacustris in Alpine Lakes — Frank M. Wilhelm and David W. Schindler
Harlequin Ducks: Connecting the Mountains to the Sea — Peter Clarkson
Banff Water Under the Microscope: Aquatic Ecosystem Projects Currently Underway in Banff National Park
Alerting Anglers: New Fishing Regulations Get the Lead Out of Protected Water Systems
Biodiversity Protocols: EMAN comes to Yoho National Park — Shona Burns
1996 Biodiversity Protocols Course Overview
30 Years of research on Peyto Glacier
Flowing into the Future: An Update on the Canadian Heritage Rivers System in Alberta and British Columbia — Brian Reader
Mountain Pine Beetle Ecology: Insights From Lake Core Analysis — Bjorn G. Prenzel and Robert C. Walker
Historical Transformation of the Fish Fauna of the Central Canadian Rockies — David W. Mayhood
Podium: Catch-and-Releases: A Fisheries Management Tool — Kerry Brewin
Meetings of Interest
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Vol. 4, Issue 3
Winter 1996
Park Prisoners: Historical Account of internment camps is more than a documentary — Graham MacDonald
Editorial — Dianne Willott
The Aldo Leopold Wilderness Research Institute — Michele Banowetz
The Need for Amphibian Monitoring in Protected Areasa — Pat Dunn
Exploring the Past: Travelers' Journals and Bog Cores — Mary Alice Snetsinger
The Jasper Archaeology Field School — Peter D. Francis and Caroline Hudecek-Cuffe
The Culture, Ecology and Restoration Project — Eric Higgs
Toxaphene bioaccumulation in Bow Lake — Linda Campbell
Pukaskwa National Park's Ecosystem Conservation Plan — Frank Burrows
Podium: National Parks at a Turning Point — Harvey Locke
Meetings of Interest
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Vol. 5, Issue 1
Spring 1997
Highway Effects on Wildlife in Banff National Park: A Research, Monitoring and Adaptive Mitigation Program — Anthony Clevenger
Editorial — Bernie Lieff
SAMPA III — Neil Munro
The George Wright Society — Dave Harmon
Defining National Parks: J.B. Harkin and the National Parks Branch — C.J. Taylor
Banff-Bow Valley: At The Crossroads — Charlie Pacas
Ecological Monitoring in the National Parks of the North — Chuck Blyth
The Status and Distribution of Physella johnsoni, the Rare Endemic Banff Springs Snail — Dwayne A.W. Lepitzki
Ecological Integrity and Decision Making: Some examples from the Rocky Mountain National Parks — Bruce Leeson
Podium: Do Protected Areas Work? — David Mayhood
Meetings of Interest
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Dungeness Crab: In and around Pacific Rim National Park Reserve — Glen S. Jamieson
Editorial — Patricia Benson
Whirling Disease Task Force Announced in Alberta — Duane S. Radford
Alberta Prairie Conservation Action Plan (1996-2000) — Bill Dolan
Parks Canada Research Adventures: Putting Natural Curiosity To Work — Donna Cook
Changes in Parks Canada: What is an Ecosystem Secretariat? — Doug Hodgins
Field Unit Superintendents in Western Canada*
Remembering Tanya Rintoul 1971-1997
Research Pursuits
SAMPA III Wrap-Up — Patricia Benson
Podium: What are Ecosystem Health and Integrity? — Garry J. Scrimgenour, Dan Wicklum and Shelley D. Pruss
Meetings of Interest
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Vol. 5, Issue 3
Winter 1997
The Canadian Cowboy: New Perspectives on Ranching History, Sept. 26-28, 1997 — Graham A. MacDonald
Editorial — Graham A. MacDonald and Patricia Benson
Bernard Charles (Bernie) Lieff, May 31, 1942 to October 25, 1997
Romancing the Dudes — David Finch
Preserving Resources at Neubergthal National Historic Site — Frieda Klippenstein
Stirling Village National Historic Site, Stirling, Alberta
What is Commemorative Integrity? — Bill Yeo
Interpretive Education: An Under-Rated Element of Park Management? — Robert Wolfe
Research Links Authors Index
Research Links Subject/Key Word Index
Meetings of Interest
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Vol. 6, Issue 1
Spring 1998
Shellfish Monitoring in Pacific Rim National Park Reserve — Heather Holmes
Editorial — Gail Harrison
Bighorn In Our Backyard: Communities Working for Wildlife — Larry Halverson and Bill Swan
What's New?
Heritage Tourism Participation by Visitors to Manitoba — Kelly J. MacKay
Helping Hands: Earthwatch volunteers and grants for field research — David Lowe
Monitoring is for the Birds: Results of the Annual Long Beach Christmas Bird Count — Heather Holmes
Case Study: Elk Management in Elk Island National Park — Norm Cool
Meetings of Interest
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How do we protect Arctic char? Using otoliths to study migration patterns and assess stocks — Vicki Sahanatien, Jim Reist and John Babaluk
Editorial — Bruce Rigby
Editorial Board Update
Beyond Boundaries: South Nahanni Woodland Caribou — Doug Gullickson
The Big Picture: Monitoring Northern Ecosystems from Weather Satellites — Stephen McCanny
National Parks of the North
Monitoring Human Use Impacts in Auyuittuq and Ellesmere Island National Park Reserves — Vicki Sahanatien
Book Review: Quest for the Origins of the First Americans — review by William Fox
Meetings of Interest
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Vol. 6, Issue 3
Winter 1998
Whooping Crane Monitoring in Wood Buffalo National Park — Douglas Bergeson
Editorial — Gail Harrison
Feeling Sheepish?
Species Probability Modelling in The Georgian Bay Islands National Park Ecosystem — Paul Zorn and Justin Quirouette
Who Goes to Churchill? A snapshot of tourists across the seasons — Kelly MacKay
Accounting for Nature: The Northern National Parks Ecological Monitoring Program — Stephen McCanny
Lemming Monitoring In Northern National Parks — Martin Raillard
Podium: Theory and Practice of National Historic Sites — C.J. Taylor
Meetings of Interest
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Vol. 7, no. 1
Spring 1999
Another Look Back: Updating the Archaeological Resource Inventory of Prince Albert National Park — David Arthurs
Editorial — Gail Harrison
What's New for Research Links?
Special Issue: An Introduction to PANP — Bill Fisher
Prince Albert National Park: Science Liaison Committee — Susan Carr and Guy Melville
Fescue Grasslands in Prince Albert National Park — Mary Vetter
Restoration Studies in Waskesiu and Crean Lakes — Marlene Evans and Michael Fitzsimmons
Bugged about Dams: Kingsmere Aquatic Ecosystem Restoration — Guy Melville, Dave Wieder and Michael Fitzsimmons
Research Highlights
Some Preliminary Results on the Ecological Hierarchy of Foraging Activities in Bison, Prince Albert National Park — Daniel Fortin and Dan Frandsen
Podium: Ecosystem-based Management Is Parks Canada There Yet? — Bill Fisher
Meetings of Interest
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Vol. 7, no. 2
Summer / Autumn 1999
Gwaii Haanas: Historic Industrial Sites Survey — Ian Sumpter and Lyle Dick
Editorial: Using the Past As a Management Tool — Martin Magne
Archaeological Research at the Salmon Beds, Invermere, BC — Rod Heitzmann
An Aquatic Biological Indicator to Monitor Organic Contaminants in Elk Island National Park — Garry J. Scrimgeour, Dan Wicklum and Shelley Pruss
Documenting the Human History of Wapusk National Park — Patrick Carroll
Research Highlights
All That Glitters: The Ancient Obsidian Sites of HooDoo Mountain, Kluane National Park — David Arthurs
Podium: On a New Approach to Heritage Presentation at National Historic Sites — Frieda Esau Klippenstein
Meetings of Interest
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Vol. 7, no. 3
Winter 1999
Lightning and Lightning Fire: Central Cordillera, Canada — Mark Heathcott
Editorial — Gail Harrison
Using Satellite Imagery for Forest Fragmentation Analysis — Murray Peterson
Thank You
Cougars Make Tracks for wildlife passages on the Trans-Canada Highway — Claire Gloyne and Anthony Clevenger
Speaking of Avalanches... — Shelly Funston
The Churchill Oral History Project: Interviews with Inuit Elder John Arnalukjuaq — Darren Keith and Andrew Stewart
Research Highlights
Millennial-Aged Trees from Banff National Park — Brian Luckman and Don Youngblut
Meetings of Interest
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Vol. 8, no. 1
Spring 2000
Millennial Tides and Archaeology in Gwaii Haanas — Daryl Fedje
Editorial: Special Feature on Cultural Resources Management — Martin Magne
Stable Carbon Isotopic Analysis of Archaeological Bison Bone: Using zooarchaeology to address questions of the past ecology of bison — Gwyn Langemann
The Bare Bones of Ranch History: Zooarchaeology at the Bar U Ranch — Kristi Benson
Archaeological Resource Description and Analysis: A Holistic Archaeological Resource Management Tool — Peter D. Francis
Built Heritage Resource Description and Analysis — C.J. Taylor
Second International Symposium on Cumulative Environmental Effects Management: Tools & Approaches
Research Highlights
Microblades and Human Adaptation in Gwaii Haanas — Martin Magne
Franšois Beaulieu
"Picking Up the Threads": MÚtis History in the North — Diane P. Payment
1999 ts'ishaa Archaeology Project: Pacific Rim National Park Reserve — Ian Sumpter
The Vanishing Past: Erosion at the Lake Minnewanka Site — Alison Landals
Podium: Challenges for Cultural Resources Management into the Twenty-First Century — Rod Heitzmann
Meetings of Interest
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Vol. 8, no. 2
Summer/Autumn 2000
Square hooks for exotic brooks: experimental gillnet removal of brook trout from Bighorn Lake, Banff National Park — Brian R. Parker and David W. Schindler
Editorial — Richard Leonard
Release of Report on Ecological Integrity of National Parks
Molecular Ecology and Field Biology: A New Team for Environmental Assessments — John G. Woods and Curtis Strobeck
Forest Expansion in Western Canada — Martin K÷chy and Scott Wilson
Linking Human Use and Wildlife Movement — George Mercer, Jurgen Deagle and Geoff Carrow
Confronting Cumulative Effects — Shawn Cardiff
Cumulative Environmental Effects Management (CEEM 2000)
Research Highlights
Book Review: "The Heritage Crusade and the Spoils of History" — review by Graham MacDonald
Have We Crossed the Threshold? Site Development and Cumulative Impacts on National Historic Sites — David Hems and Paul Downie
What Is the Role of Cumulative Effects Assessment in Adaptive Management? — Suzanne Therrien-Richards
Meetings of Interest
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Vol. 8, no. 3
Winter 2000
Climate-driven ecosystem models: A new tool for understanding variability in coastal marine ecosystems — Clifford L.K. Robinson
Editorial — Brian MacDonald
Osprey Research in the Rocky Mountains — Mark Wayland
Mass Movements and Mortality of Tiger Salamanders on the Trans-Canada Highway in Southwestern AB — Anthony Clevenger, Mike McIvor, Diane McIvor, Bryan Chruszcz and Kari Gunson
The Marine Species Biodiversity Program for Gwaii Haanas — Norm A. Sloan and Pat M. Bartier
Background on National Marine Conservation Areas (NMCA)
Fish Assemblages of the Southern Gulf Islands, BC: An analysis of recreational SCUBA dive log data — Tomas Tomascik and Clifford L.K. Robinson
National Marine Conservation Area: Feasibility Study
Snapshots of the Past: Paleoecological Research in Coastal British Columbia's National Park Reserves — Marlow Pellatt
Lightning, Lightning Fires & Fire Frequency in the Central Rockies — Kiyoko Miyanishi, Edward A. Johnson, Sheri L. Gutsell, Matthew B. Dickinson and Richard D. Revel
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Podium: Marine Wildlife Viewing — Too much of a good thing? — Pete Clarkson
Meetings of Interest
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Vol. 9, no. 1
Spring 2001
Climate Change and Polar Bears: Long-term Ecological Trends Observed at Wapusk National Park — Nick Lunn and Ian Stirling
Editorial: Science and Management in Wapusk National Park — Doug Clark
In Support of Natural History Specimens: "Detailing" a Natural History Collection — Lorrie Storr
The Dragonflies of the Columbia Basin, BC: Field Surveys, Collections Development & Public Education — Robert Cannings
A View From Outerspace: Vegetation Mapping in Wapusk National Park — Ryan Brook, Norm Kenkel and Tom Naughten
Monitoring Habitat Change Using Satellite Imagery: The impact of the Lesser Snow Goose on its Habitat in Wapusk National Park — Fawziah Gadallah
Wapusk National Park: Small Mammal Cooperative Inventory Project — Jack Dubois
Updated Canada National Parks Act
Research Highlights
Recently In Print
The Land That Lies Between: A History of Land Use in Wapusk National Park — Patrick Carroll
Meetings of Interest
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Vol. 9, no. 2
Summer/Autumn 2001
Paleoecology and Fire History of Kootenay National Park: Clues from the Past, Issues for the Future — Robert C. Walker and Douglas J. Hallett
Editorial — Dianne Dickinson
Managing the Ecological Integrity of Elk Island National Park: The Role of a Science Advisory Committee — Garry Scrimgeour
History of the SAC
Crustose Lichens: Chronometers of Environmental Change — Dan McCarthy
Monitoring Neotropical Migratory Birds in Banff National Park — Cyndi Smith
What is MAPS?
Does Habitat Choice By Mountain Pine Beetles Vary With Population Density? — ChÚ Elkin
Research Highlights
Can a Chickadee Cross the Road? Barriers to bird movement in the Bow Valley of Banff National Park — Colleen Cassady St. Clair
Effects of Habitat Fragmentation on Small Mammal Movement in Banff National Park — Wayne McDonald
Giant Liver Fluke: Smaller than a Breadbox...but larger than a Wapiti or Moose! — M.J. Pybus
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Meetings of Interest
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Vol. 9, no. 3
Winter 2001
Getting More from What We Have: The Case of Backcountry Permits — Bonita McFarlane, David Watson and Peter Boxall
Editorial — Sal Rasheed
Gaining a Better Understanding of Fort Langley National Historic Site Visitors using Pre-Visit and Post-Visit Surveys — Eugene Thomlinson
Visitor Motivation: Elk Island National Park
Potential Road Salt Contamination of Wetlands Adjacent to Highways in the Banff Area — F. Colleen Wendeborn
Research Highlights
ABCs of Backcountry Monitoring in Riding Mountain National Park — Kelly MacKay and Michael Campbell
Traditional Knowledge as a Contribution to National Park Ecological Integrity — David Neufeld
Research Links Submission Guidelines
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Podium: Cultural Research in Support of Ecological Integrity — Gwyn Langemann
Meetings of Interest
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Vol. 10, no. 1
Spring 2002
Monitoring Plant Community Diversity and Regeneration in the Vermilion Pass Burn: Kootenay and Banff National Parks — Greg Chernoff
Editorial — Sal Rasheed
Alpine Ponds: Canaries of climate change? — Natalie McMaster
Notes of Interest
Predicting Vegetation Patterns at the Landscape Level in Prince Albert National Park — S.R.J. Bridge and E.A. Johnson
Research Highlights
The Answer, My Friend, is Blowing in the Wind: Assessing Sources of Particulate Matter in Elk Island National Park — Laurie Bates, Angela Treble and Ross Chapman
Bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus) distribution, life history, & habitat use in the South Nahanni watershed — Neil J. Mochnacz, James D. Reist and Douglas P. Tate
Parks Canada and Ecological Monitoring: Looking out for the future — John Wilmshurst
Recently In Print
Meetings of Interest
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Vol. 10, no. 2
Summer/Fall 2002
Editorial — Gilles Seutin
Seasonal Activities of Northern Black-tailed Prairie Dogs in Grasslands National Park — David Gummer, Franšois Messier and Malcolm Ramsay
Rare Plants Discovered in Elk Island National Park — Ross Chapman
Roost selection by long-eared bats (Myotis septentrionalis and M. evotis) in the interior wet-belt of British Columbia — M.C. Caceres and R.M.R. Barclay
Badgers: Can We Dig Them Out of this Hole? An Update on the Population Ecology and Conservation of Badgers in Southeast British Columbia — N.J. Newhouse and T.A. Kinley
Badger Outreach and Education
Research Highlights
Use of spring migration stopover habitat by trumpeter swans in southern Alberta — Jalene M. LaMontagne
Success in establishing a new colony of the endangered Pitcher's Thistle (Cirsium pitcheri) in Pukaskwa National Park, Ontario — Andrew Promaine
National Parks and the protection of woodland caribou: a multi-scale landscape analysis — M. Manseau, A. Fall, D. O'Brien and M.-J. Fortin
Garry Oak Ecosystem Recovery — Brian Reader
Piping Plover Monitoring at Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site — Richard Brunt
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Meetings of Interest
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Vol. 10, no. 3
Winter 2002
Resolving the Triassic/Jurassic Extinction Event: A Case Study in Fossil Resource Management, Queen Charlotte Islands, BC — James W. Haggart
Editorial — Dianne Dickinson
Noteworthy Items...
Movement of wolves (Canis lupus) in response to human development in Jasper National Park, AB — Jesse Whittington
Conserving Whitebark Pine in the Canadian Rockies — Jon Stuart-Smith, Brendan Wilson, Rob Walker and Ellen Macdonald
Research Highlights: Ecological Land Classification of Waterton Lakes National Park — Cyndi Smith and Peter Achuff
Research Highlights: 2002 WCSC Archaeological Field Activities in BC Coastal Field Unit — Ian Sumpter
Population Viability Analysis Applied to Woodland Caribou in Jasper National Park — Kyla Flanagan and Salman Rasheed
Fish, Fowl and Food: How interactions between small fish and invertebrates affect aquatic bird foraging behaviour in Alberta's aspen parkland — Caroline McParland and Cynthia Paszkowski
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Meetings of Interest
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Vol. 11, no. 1
Spring 2003
KÔ IsinÔkwÔk Askţy: Using Cree knowledge to perceive and describe the landscape of the Wapusk National Park Area — Maria M'Lot and Micheline Manseau
Editorial — Lee Jackson
Noteworthy Items...
Bovine Tuberculosis in the Riding Mountain National Park Region — Douglas Bergeson, Ken Kingdon and Pat Rousseau
Elk Population Dynamics Following Wolf Recolonization of the Bow Valley of Banff National Park — Mark Hebblewhite, Daniel H. Pletscher and Paul C. Paquet
Research Highlights: Wildlife Collisions in Jasper National Park — Jim Bertwistle
Research Highlights: Lessons From the Islands: Introduced Species and What They Tell Us About How Ecosystems Work
The Boreal Forest: Mapping Vegetation Diversity from Space — Anthony J. Warren, Michael J. Collins and Edward A. Johnson
Seeing our Sites through our Visitors' Eyes: Investigating Visitors' Images of Motherwell Homestead National Historic Site — Kelly J. MacKay and Christine Couldwell
Effectiveness of the Voluntary Use Program as Applied on the Odaray Highline Trail: Yoho National Park — Wayne Tucker
Environmental Ethics: What Really Matters, What Really Works — reviewed by C.J. Taylor
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Meetings of Interest
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Vol. 11, no. 2
Summer/Autumn 2003
Tree-Ring Dating of Historic Log Structures in the National Parks of the Canadian Rockies — Karen Brelsford
Editorial — Katharine Kinnear
Black Bear Relatedness in a Fragmented Landscape — Colin Kristian Reynolds
The Cougar Street Midden: The role of archaeology in contaminated site clean-up — Gwyn Langemann and Rena Varsakis
Research Highlights
Recently In Print
The Parks Canada Archaeology Material Culture Reference Collection
Movements, Mortality and Mitigation: An Overview of the Final Report on Roads and Wildlife in the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks — A.P. Clevenger
Toe of the Athabasca Glacier Safety Signage Project and Evaluation 2002 — Trevor McFadyen
Meetings of Interest
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Vol. 11, no. 3
Winter 2003
Understanding Changes in Pacific Salmon and the implications of climate change on ecosystem structure and function — Darren G. Bos, Marlow Pellatt and Bruce Finney
Editorial — Salman Rasheed
Noteworthy Item...
Social Capital as a Dimension of Ecosystem-Based Management — Jennie Sparkes
Research Highlights: Toads in Trouble — Connie Browne, Brian Eaton, Cindy Paszkowski and Ross Chapman
Research Highlights: Parks Canada's Research and Collection Permit System Revamped — Stephen Woodley and Doug Hodgins
Elk Herbivory in Jasper National Park — Megan Watters, Evelyn Merrill and George Mercer
Siding 29: Using Archival Maps in a High-Tech World — Bill Perry
Building Capacity for Biosphere Reserves: Enhancing Opportunities and Reducing Constraints — Krista Tremblett
General Information on Biosphere Reserves
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Meetings of Interest
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Vol. 12, no. 1
Spring 2004
Ecological History of Peary Caribou and Muskox on Northern Ellesmere Island, ca. 4300 to present — Micheline Manseau, Lyle Dick, N. Lyons,, Christian St.-Pierre and Jennifer Wood
Editorial — Dianne Dickinson
Understanding Patterns of Visitor Use in Our National Parks: The 2000 POVU Study for Banff, Kootenay and Yoho National Parks — Dave McVetty
Research Highlights — Recreation vs. Ecological Integrity at Long Beach, Pacific Rim National Park Reserve — Julia A. Esron
Research Highlights — G8 Legacy Project Underway near Banff National Park — Erin Burrell and Bruce Leeson
Digital Cameras for Monitoring Plant Biomass in Grasslands National Park — Mryka Hall-Beyer, Nancy A. Lee and John F. Wilshurst
Publications and Updates
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