File contains the manuscript of an article written by Freedman, J.M. Dale, and J. Kerekes, for the Canadian Journal of Zoology, number 63, surveying amphibian larve at more than 150 ditches, bogs, marshes and ponds in Nova Scotia. File also contains reviewer comments and correspondence.
File contains the manuscript written by Freedman with P.M. Catling, C. Stewart, J.J. Kerekes, and L.P. Lefkovitch, for Canadian Journal of Botany, volume 64, number 4. File also contains correspondence and reviewer comments.
File contains an offprint of the article written by Freedman and J. Kerekes, in Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 18(1): 183-200. File also includes correspondence with Kerekes and the publisher.
File contains the manuscript written by Freedman, with J. Kerekes, G. Howell, and P. Clifford, for the Water Pollution Research Journal of Canada, volume 19, number 1. File also includes reviewer comments and data sets. The two lakes surveyed are Drain Lake and Little Springfield Lake.
File contains three abstracts written by Freedman for presentations for the Workshop Meeting to Consider Methods Involved in Studies of Acid Precipitation to Forect [sic] Ecosystem. Edinburgh, United Kingdom. 19-23 September 1977. Session titles are: 1B: Evaluation of Atmospheric Inputs; 2. Throughfall and Stemflow; 3. Measurement of Effects. File also includes hand-written data and correspondence.
File is an audio reel containing an episode of Earth Action, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. This episode features an interview with Dorothy Rosenburg, an educator and filmmaker on environmental health, who discusses news such as world bank reform, David Coon/Groundwater, acid rain/cost, and waterworks. The episode aired on August 17, 1987, and it was rebroadcasted on the same day.
File is an audio reel containing an interview with Neil Livingstone on acid rain. Hosted by CKDU's Helen Marshall, the interview aired January 30, 1986 and was rebroadcast January 31, 1986; June 25, 1986; July 14, 1986; and September 15, 1986.
File includes a copy of Elisabeth Mann Borgese's keynote address at the Japan Commission Hearings, in which she discusses Japan's involvement in establishing the IWCO (Independent World Commission on the Oceans), and argues for the importance of the Commission in contributing to the economic, environmental, and security goals of the United Nations.
Item consists of audio recordings, which include: Side A: Acid Rain (9:40); Insomniac Blues (1:04); Four Horsement of the Apocalypse (2:26); Maggie (0:54); Breasts (1:45); Where are the Dead (1:25); One Movement leads to Another (4:36). Side B: I Hate (2:16); I Love You (3:47); Backtalk (4:01); Hair (0:50); Reality (9:13); Insomniac Blues and Reprie (0:53).
File contains 48 photographs and charts created by James E. Ruhle & Assoc., in the early-1980s, and used as teaching aids by Bill Freedman. Photographs show the causes and effects of acid precipitation.
File contains 40 photographs taken and collected by Bill Freedman between 1982 and 2000. Photographs show the effects of acidification and acid precipitation on ecosystems and wildlife. Photographs show examples of drain lakes, as well as the effects of acidity on the development of amphibian larvae (with pH levels added when available).
Fonds consists of materials regarding the professional activities of Shirley A.M. Conover, including correspondence, studies, proposals for research and reports submitted to companies, research centres and government departments by MacLaren Plansearch Ltd., Plansearch Inc., MacLaren Atlantic Ltd., MacLaren Marex Inc., and Hardy Associates (1978) Ltd.
File contains the manuscript written by Freedman and T.C. Hutchinson for the Plenum Press publication "Effects of acid precipitation on terrestrial ecosystems", for their NATO Conference series. File also includes correspondence and promotional material.