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    • Little bean, fairly big impact: [Book Review] Beyond fair trade: How one small coffee company helped transform a hillside village in Thailand 

      Alexander, Don (Alternatives, Inc., 2016)
      Book review of "Beyond fair trade: How one small coffee company helped transform a hillside village in Thailand" by Mark Pendergast (Vancouver: Greystone Books, 2015).
    • Little girl standing by a hanging sturgeon 

      Unknown author (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 1949)
      Black and white postcard of a little girl standing beside a sturgeon hanging by a tree
    • Little known and little understood: Development of a small wetland assessment field card to identify potential breeding habitat for amphibians 

      Wind, Elke; Beese, William J. (FORREX, 2008)
      The effect of timber harvesting on small wetland habitats and associated amphibians has not been studied in the Pacific Northwest. In 2004, we initiated a study of three forested sites containing 70+ small wetlands in ...
    • Live-work options in light industrial areas: District of Sechelt 

      Notley, Matthew James (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2019-04)
      The purpose of this research is to determine options for the District of Sechelt to allow for housing in light industrial zones. Light industrial areas in a community are generally not considered desirable neighbourhoods ...
    • Living with monsters 

      Page, Kathy (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2013)
      Thoughts on our fascination with real or imaginary monsters inform Kathy Page's novel The find. Inspired by a visit to a Courtenay museum, the novel centres on the fictional discovery of a huge pterosaur from the Late ...
    • Lo-fi & Wi-fi: conjuring creativity and performance 

      Davies, Robin; van der Zon, Marian (Electrronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2013)
      How do we allow media technologies to shape our creative practice? This presentation explores the desire for storytelling and theatrical performance through the use of lo-fi and hi-fi technologies. Building on traditional ...
    • Local economic development project in Ukraine 

      Heide, Wayne (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2001)
      The small business and economic development initiative in the western Ukrainian province of Ivano-Frankivsk is designed to assist people there in the difficult transition from a centrally directed to a market economy, and ...
    • Locating Harry Potter in the "boys book" market 

      Doughty, Terri (University of Missouri Press, 2002)
      The Harry Potter series' appeal for adolescent boys, not customarily a strong presence in the reading market, is explored within a cultural framework.
    • Long Duck Tong 

      Long Duck Tong (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2014)
      Chopstick wrapper from Long Duck Tong restaurant in Barkerville, BC. Includes instructions on how to hold and use chopsticks.
    • Long Feng 

      Long Feng (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2014)
      Take out menu from a Chinese restaurant in Italy. Text in Chinese, Italian, and English. Antipasti, zuppa, riso, spaghetti, pollo, maiale, mazo, gamberi, anatra, contorno, antipasti ed insalate, assortiti, sashimi, uramaki-8 ...
    • Long-term silviculture experiments contribute to science-based forest management in British Columbia's public forests 

      Mitchell, Al K.; Vyse, Alan; Huggard, David J.; Beese, William J. (Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL, 2004)
      Protests over clearcutting public forestlands have been a part of British Columbia’s forest policy scene for the last two decades. Pressure to modify silvicultural systems has resulted in the installation of a number of ...
    • Look out look in: social emotional challenges teaching In the Northern Arctic: an autoethnography 

      Chen, Tina (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2015)
      This study used the research method of an autoethnography to reflect on the life of a beginning educator living, teaching and surviving in the Northern Arctic. This study explores the social emotional challenges that a ...
    • Looking back, to move ahead: creating a sustainable school vision 

      Riley, Darcey R. (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2012-05)
      This research project examined how the knowledge of the past and purpose of a school site can strengthen the creation of a sustainable school vision. It was developed in response to a new administrator coming into a school ...
    • Looking inward, looking outward: Citizen science in the Bras d'Or Lake Biosphere 

      Hatcher, Annamarie (2017-01-06)
      The Bras d‘Or Lake and watershed is a 3,566 km2 region of forest, freshwater and marine ecosystems in the centre of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada. The estuary occupies 31% of the Bras d’Or Lake Biosphere and the ...
    • Lotus Bowl 

      Lotus Bowl (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 5/26/2016)
      Menu from Lotus Bowl restaurant in San Francisco. Chow mein, meatless dish suggestions, chop suey, eggs, rice, Canton style chicken, chow yuk, our special a-la-cartes, noodles, sandwiches, soup, tea service.
    • Lotus Gardens 

      Lotus Gardens (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 5/26/2016)
      Menu from Lotus Gardens restaurant in Toronto, ON. Cocktails, fancy long tails, Collins, sours, toddys, egg nogs, flips, fizzes, gins, rye whiskies, scotch whiskies, imported scotch whiskies, rums, bourbons, brandies, ...
    • Lotus Gardens 2 

      Lotus Gardens (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 9/22/2016)
      Menu from Lotus Gardens restaurant in Toronto, ON. Chow mein, chop suey, sea foods, foo yong dun, beef and pork dishes, fried and boiled rice, chicken and duck suggestions.
    • Low-O2 acclimation shifts the hypoxia avoidance behaviour of snapper (Pagrus auratus) with only subtle changes in aerobic and anaerobic function 

      Cook, Denham G.; Iftikar, Fathima I.; Baker, Daniel W.; Hickey, Anthony J.R.; Herbert, Neill A. (The Company of Biologists, 2013-02)
      It was hypothesised that chronic hypoxia acclimation (preconditioning) would alter the behavioural low-O2 avoidance strategy of fish as a result of both aerobic and anaerobic physiological adaptations. Avoidance and ...
    • Lucullus Cafe 

      Lucullus Cafe (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 9/22/2016)
      Menu from Lucullus Caf̩ restaurant in Los Angeles, CA. Soups, appetizers and relishes, salads, spaghetti, home-made ravioli, Lucullus select dishes, special today, sandwiches, toasted 3-decker sandwiches, desserts, drinks.
    • Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, world heritage site - would we do it again? 

      Getson, Heather-Anne Risser (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2003)
      A simple question: Would residents of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia choose to seek or accept UNESCO World Heritage status, if they had to do it again? There are no simple answers. The designation of Lunenburg Old Town, with its ...