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  • Validation of catch estimates for select species within the British Columbia groundfish hook-and-line catch monitoring program 

    Gravelle, Kristin (2016-02-04)
    The intent of the British Columbia Groundfish Hook and Line Catch Monitoring Program is to provide accurate estimates of species-by-area catch, including at-sea discards. The program, overseen by the Department of Fisheries ...
  • The value of community gardens : a participatory evaluation of Brockwell Park community greenhouses 

    Daze, Angie (2013-02-26)
    This is the story of a garden in Brockwell Park in South London. Brockwell Park Community Greenhouses (BPCG) is not an ordinary garden. It is tucked away in a corner of the park, behind the tennis courts and not far from ...
  • Value-­‐based succession planning in governance boards 

    Feldman, David (2014-11-14)
    My Masters research project looked at the viability of using a modified version of the Schwartz Value Survey (SVS), a survey used to assess an individual’s core motivational values, as a succession planning and recruitment ...
  • Van Dragon 1 

    Van Dragon (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, Jun-16)
    Menu from Van Dragon restaurant in Vancouver, BC. Appetizers, soup, seafood, egg foo yung, duck, chicken, beef, pork, hot pot, vegetable & tofu, chow mein, rice noodle, rice, family combo special.
  • Van Dragon 2 

    Van Dragon (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, Jun-16)
    Menu in English and Chinese from Van Dragon restaurant in Vancouver, BC. Choose your own combo, Lobster dinner, chef's special, abalone & shark's fin soup dinner, dim sum, rice flour rolls, pan fried, deep fried, baked, ...
  • Vancouver Island Children's Book Festival 2017 

    Zhang, Jessie (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2017-05)
    Video of Vancouver Island Children's Book Festival held in Nanaimo in May 2017.
  • Vancouver Island without nature? 

    Seidel, Connor (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2018-04-11)
    This poster is designed to ask the following question: after conducting a visual exploration of Vancouver Island as a 'place', how can we understand Vancouver Island without the nature?
  • Variable retention harvesting in north Pacific temperate rainforests 

    Beese, William J. (University of Washington Press, 2013)
    This chapter reviews the implementation and monitoring of variable retention harvesting in the temperate rainforests of the North Pacific coast.
  • Very Large Sturgeon Caught in the Snake River in Idaho 

    Unknown author (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 195?)
    Black and white photograph of a very large sturgeon hanging by a rope in a commercial building while three youth look on. Two men appearing to be in conversation stand off to the side.
  • Very low levels of direct additive genetic variance in fitness and fitness components in a red squirrel population 

    McFarlane, S. Eryn; Gorrell, Jamieson C.; Coltman, David W.; Humphries, Murray M.; Boutin, Stan; McAdam, Andrew G. (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2014-05)
    A trait must genetically correlate with fitness in order to evolve in response to natural selection, but theory suggests that strong directional selection should erode additive genetic variance in fitness and limit future ...
  • Victor Rosellini's 

    Victor Rosellini's (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 9/22/2016)
    Menu from Victor Rosellini's restaurant in Seattle, WA. Specialties, steaks and chops, chicken, fish, dinner de luxe, from the charcoal broiler, salads, hor d'oeuvres, sandwiches, soups, paste, sauces, vegetables and ...
  • Victoria and Esquimalt Harbours ecological inventory and rating. Phase 1: intertidal and backshore 

    Westland Resource Group (2014-07-03)
    Since European settlement in the mid-1800s, Victoria and Esquimalt Harbours have experienced extensive urban development. Nonetheless, today's harbours still contain important habitats for fish, birds and wildlife and are ...
  • Victoria's suburban sprawl as a barrier to sustainable development 

    Hindrichs, Lyra A.J, (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2018-11)
    Canada is a nation where over two thirds of the population lives in some form of suburb (Gordon & Janzen 2013). It is important to monitor the locations of population growth within our nation as it has profound effects on ...
  • Victoria, British Columbia : green road inner duct (VIC-G.R.I.D.) - planning for a modern transportation city 

    King, Susan Irene (2014-01-28)
    Rapidly growing outlying communities, exasperated congestion, complex traffic challenges - coupled with the role of vehicle carbon emissions in climate change - have led to the need for long-term sustainable transportation ...
  • Victoria’s street trees : planning for climate change through species selection and arboricultural maintenance practices 

    Leskiw, Michael P. (2009-07-30)
    Street tree health in the City of Victoria, British Columbia has declined in the last decade. Using the health condition of six tree genera representing 72 % of the total 17,601 COV street trees inventory in 2005 this trend ...
  • Victory 

    Victory (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2016)
    Menu from Victory restaurant in Hong Kong. Text in Chinese.
  • Victory vitamin cook book [title page] 

    Harris, Florence LaGanke (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 1943)
    Victory vitamin cook book for wartime meals. Foreword, to the reader, why foods will help win the war, Now you're in the quartermaster division and doing K.P. as well, war-time problems on the home front, recipes, index.
  • Video methods beyond representation: Experimenting with multimodal, sensuous, affective intensities in the 21st century 

    Vannini, Phillip (Routledge, 2014)
    I received Charlotte Bates’s kind request to write the conclusion to this fine and timely collection of essays as Jonathan Taggart and I were en route back home after a week spent filming and doing fieldwork on the East ...
  • Video production as a pedagogical tool for 21st century learners 

    Gallant, George (2014-10-31)
    This document and accompanying hour-long documentary video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j5cghA6zWQg looks at the efficacy of the video production process as a teaching and learning tool with pre-service teachers as an ...
  • The view from '56: Thoughts on the short-term future of transportation planning 

    Price, Gordon (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2002)
    A few years ago, the Ford Expedition assembling plant in Wayne, Mich., made more money in after-tax profits than the combined budgets of all municipalities in British Columbia. The number of SUVs sold in North America ...