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  • Habitat '76 thirty-five years on 

    Alexander, Don (Planning Institute of British Columbia, 2011)
    Thirty-five years ago, an event occurred in Vancouver that would change the face of urban policy worldwide, and yet most planners know little about it. Until recently, I would count myself amongst them. The conference ...
  • Habitat linkages and highway mitigation using spatially-explicit GIS-based models 

    Jones, Andrew Charles (2012-12-13)
    I identified suitable locations for highway wildlife crossing mitigations across the TransCanada Highway (TCH) in the area of Mount Revelstoke and Glacier National Park (MRGNP), British Columbia. Highways fragment natural ...
  • Habits, beaches, dogs and leashes: Non-compliance with park regulations 

    Bowes, Matthew; Keller, Peter; Rollins, Rick; Gifford, Robert (IUCN, 2018-05)
    Protected areas are important for both conserving natural resources and providing visitor experiences, but these two objectives are sometimes compromised when visitors do not comply with regulations. This issue was explored ...
  • Hagfish: Champions of CO2 tolerance question the origins of vertebrate gill function 

    Baker, Daniel W.; Sardella, Brian; Rummer, Jodie L.; Sackville, Michael; Brauner, Colin J. (Macmillan Publishers Ltd., 2015-06-09)
    The gill is widely accepted to have played a key role in the adaptive radiation of early vertebrates by supplanting the skin as the dominant site of gas exchange. However, in the most basal extant craniates, the hagfishes, ...
  • Hamlet: both sides of the pond 

    Askitis, Catherine (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2014)
  • Hana 

    Hana (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2014)
    Menu from Hana restaurant in Courtenay, BC. Text in English and Korean. Appetizers, soups, noodles, Korean cuisine, special roll, lunch special.
  • Hand logging of the British Columbia coast 

    Schon, Don (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 1969)
    Audio recording of Don Schon's 1969 presentation to the Nanaimo Historical Society about hand logging on the coast of British Columbia from its beginnings in the 1860s until the last hand logging license was issued in 1965. ...
  • Hands-on project based learning: the key to student engagement 

    Hittel, Janelle (Vancouver Island University, 2013)
    The purpose of this project is to look at ways to increase motivation and engagement of students and skill development that will help prepare students for the changing world. This project focuses on using a hands-on project ...
  • Harbor Village Cuisine 

    Harbor Village Cuisine (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2016)
    Menu from Harbor Village Cuisine restaurant in Hawaii.
  • Harbour Sushi 

    Harbour Sushi (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 5/26/2016)
    Menu from Harbour Sushi restaurant in Port McNeill, BC. Meal combo specials, sushi combo specials, appetizers, soups & salads, noodle udon/soba, tempura, donburi rice bowl, teriyaki, sashimi, others (Korean style), bota ...
  • Hardwired 

    Molcan, Mary Anne (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2017)
  • Harewood Mine and Beban Mine 

    Ryvers, Lucas; Martin, Tiana (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2016)
    Summary of the Harewood & Beban mines.
  • Harmonious multiculturalism in a non-metropolis: Public spaces improvements to expand multicultural visibility in Nanaimo 

    Hu, Yi (Danna) (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2018-04)
    In a mosaic multiculturalism policy context, how can local governments realize “harmonious multiculturalism”, which is defined here as maintaining diversity while integrating all differences, this is a challenge for Canadian ...
  • Harnessing low carbon pathways to thermal energy provision : a multi-case study of Metro Vancouver, B.C. 

    Martin, Reg (2016-01-25)
    This research will explore the drivers and barriers that affect the implementation of renewable fuel sources in thermal energy provision in the Metro Vancouver region of B.C. Through a multi-case study methodology employing ...
  • Harold Steves: Unconventional planner 

    Alexander, Don (Planning Institute of British Columbia, 2018)
    For the past 60 years Harold Steves has impacted community planning both as an activist and a politician. In these roles he has made an enormous difference in his city, in the region, and in the province.
  • Harvesting fisheries management strategies with modified effort function [pre-print] 

    Idels, Lev (Inderscience, 2008)
    In traditional harvesting model, a fishing effort, E, is defined by the fishing intensity and does not address the inverse effect of fish abundance on the fishing effort. In this paper, based on a canonical differential ...
  • Has increased airport security harmed or benefited US tourism? 

    Al-Hadeethi, Hussein (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2017-03-29)
    Poster presenting information about changes made to airport security after the events of September 11, 2001, and the effects these changes have had on the tourism and travel industry.
  • Hausen ou grand esturgeon 

    Unknown author (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 18??)
    Black and white engraving of a large sturgeon "No 29" with an underview of the head and fins. Above this on the same page is figure "No 28" of 2 birds on the trunk of a tree. There is some descriptive text for the sturgeon ...
  • Having a laugh? the role of humour in adolescents’ climate change communication 

    Bangsund, Ashley
    This mixed methods study was guided by the research question: How does the use of humour in secondary students’ communications about climate change relate to their feelings and actions towards climate change? It used an ...