Not only have the newly added GEOG 419 and GEOG 429 research reports (with the latter showcasing research in historical geography) been made accessible in cIRcle (UBC’s Digital Repository), they arrived just in time to add to your summer reading list!
Explore and learn about the daily life of a north coast Japanese-Canadian fisherman; the history of women in botany at the UBC Herbarium; the Camosun Bog Restoration Group; a view of post-war commercial photographers; and, the working experience at the North Pacific Cannery. Plus, enjoy these historical walking tours – the Seymour watershed, the town of Steveston, B.C.; and, a close-up look at Vancouver during the First World War.
Visit these two UBC Geography student collections in cIRcle at:
GEOG 419: Research in Environmental Geography – https://circle.ubc.ca/handle/2429/34125
GEOG 429: Research in Historical Geography – https://circle.ubc.ca/handle/2429/44377
Did You Know?
In the UBC Geography cIRcle community, the top title in the “Top 10 Item Page Displays + File Downloads (from this Community) for all Time” list is, “How will the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline affect the distribution of jobs nation-wide?” (2012) by Christine Ratcliffe.
Above image is courtesy of the UBC Geographer website