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Biodiversity publications catalogue: 1999 supplement

Author(s) or contact(s): BC Ministry of Forests, BC Ministry of Environment, and Royal British Columbia Museum
Source: Research Branch
Subject: Biodiversity
Series: Miscellaneous Report
Other details:  Published 1999. Hardcopy is available.


This supplement is an update to the Biodiversity Publications Catalogue, published in 1997 by the partners in the Biodiversity Research Publications Extension Committee: British Columbia ministries of Environment, Lands and Parks (MoELP) and Forests (MoF), and the Royal B.C. Museum (RBCM). It was published in response to the demand by resource managers and others for a complete annotated listing of key biodiversity-related publications. This supplement includes only those biodiversity-related publications published since August 1997 and any titles that were not included in the original catalogue.

Funding for the 1997 Biodiversity Publications Catalogue supplement was provided to the Ministry of Forests Research Branch by Forest Renewal BC. Guiding and supporting this project were committee members Evelyn Hamilton and Patrick Daigle (MoF, Research Program), Susanne Barker (MoF, Technical Communications), Andrew Harcombe (MoELP, Resources Inventory Branch), David Fraser and Gail Harcombe (MoELP, Wildlife Branch), and Peter Newroth (RBCM). Anna Gamble did the design and Graham Shuley managed the project for the original catalogue. Gail Harcombe managed the production of this supplement and Sandra Thomson compiled the information.

This update follows a similar format to the first catalogue, with publications grouped under broad subject headings, with a brief description and ordering information for each. Biodiversity Publications Catalogue Homepage

Download Miscellaneous Report 086 - 1999 Supplement - PDF file (813 KB)

Original 1997 Version - all 4 PDF files (2717 KB)

2001 Third Edition - one PDF file (1852 KB)

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Updated January 14, 2009