File contains correspondence between Bill Freedman and Exxon, regarding requesting updated information on the Exxon Valdez oil spill for the second edition of "Environmental ecology". File also includes annotated, related articles.
File contains two undated draft manuscripts written and annotated by Freedman, for the Institute for Resource and Environmental Studies. File also includes a couple of pages of handwritten revision notes.
File contains the draft manuscript written by Freedman (with penciled notes and revisions), for the Environment Canada publication "Fuel or fiber? Hardwood utilization and marketing opportunities", edited by J.C. Lees.
File contains textual records related to the publication of the fourth edition of "Environmental science: a Canadian perspective", including correspondence, data used for revisions, and annotated passages from previous editions
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 contains draft manuscripts of an article written by Freedman, J. Dale, and J. Kerekes, which appeared in the Proceedings of the Nova Scotia Institute of Science, volume 35, about laboratory bioassays of five species of Nova Scotian amphibians. File also includes correspondence, reviewer comments, and photographs supporting the research.
File contains a field notebook compiled by Bill Freedman in 1984 during his research on the Riverside region. Includes lists of flora seen at the following Nova Scotia lakes and bogs: Grafton, Snake, McGinty, Big Red, Little Red, Pebbleloggitch, Beaverskin, North Cranberry, Puzzle, Cosiuelle, Little Peskowesk, Mud, Loon, George, Peskowesk, Hilchemakaar, Big Dam East, Big Dam West, Iramy Bog, Mill Bog, Drain, Spectacle, Jordan, and Round Pond.
File contains the draft manuscript report compiled by Freedman and others for the consultancy firm Jacques Whitford Environment Ltd. File also contains a large folding facsimile map and annotated tables of flora from sites on McNabs Island.
File contains the manuscript written by Freedman with Erick P. Greene and Anne E. Greene, in "Biology and management of Bald eagles and Osprey", edited by D.M. Bird. File also contains the draft manuscript "Information transfer at Osprey colonies, and associated works by Mr Greene.
File contains the manuscript written by Freedman with P.N. Duinker, H. Barclay, R. Morash, and U. Prager, for ENFOR (Energy from the Forest) and Environment Canada. The manuscript is written in five parts, contained in four volumes: 1. "Biomass and nutrient standing crop equations for ten tree species in central Nova Scotia"; 2. "Standing crops of biomass and nutrients in a variety of forest stands in central Nova Scotia"; 3. "Ambient bulk deposition, throughfall and stemflow in a variety of forest stands"; 4. "Biomass and nutrients in ground vegetation, forest floor, soils, and litterfall in a variety of forest stands"; and 5. "Summary report: Effects of potential nutrient removals with intensively harvested biomass on continued site productivity". File also contains data sets, transparencies, relevant tables, editorial board reports, and negatives of tables.
File contains the manuscript written by Freedman with C. Beauchamp, I.A. McLaren, and S.I. Tingley, for Canadian Field-Naturalist, volume 95, number 3. File also contains correspondence and reviewer comments.
File contains the Freedman-edited volume "Global environmental change". Includes two articles contributed by Freedman: "Population growth and global change" (pp. 571-758); and "Maintaining and enhancing ecological carbon sequestration" (pp. 783-802).
File contains a draft manuscript of a statement given at session four (of nine), delivered by Dr. Tom Parker, entitled "The Royal Commission Report: What it means for the teacher". File also contains a program of the sessions.
This file contains a photocopied newspaper article entitled "Hancock has seen enormous change. By Jason Malloy. Truro Daily News. July 17, 2002. Pp. A3. Dr. Errol Hancock former Provincial (NS) Animal Pathologist with the Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture and founder of the Provincial Veterinary Laboratory at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College. N.B.
Fonds consists of records primarily originating from Herbert L. Stewart's work as a philosopher, professor, and political commentator. Records include manuscripts and typescripts, notes, scrapbooks, diaries, offprints, reports, and correspondence. One series comprises Stewart's collection of his father's sermons, notes, and correspondence.
File contains facsimiles of Halifax Housing Authority documentation related to several of the interviewees of the Africville Relocation Study, conducted by Don Clairmont and Dennis Magill in the late 1960s. File also includes real estate inspection reports. File includes information regarding interviewees #37, 73, 121, 124, and 129.
File contains the manuscript written by Freedman, with V. Zobens, T.C. Hutchinson, and W.I. Gizyn, for Ecology, volume 71, number 2. File also contains negatives for figures used in text, handwritten data, correspondence, and similar unannotated articles written by some of the contributors.
File contains transcripts of interviews from a study on the forced migration of residents of Africville. The study was conducted by Don Clairmont and Dennis Magill in the late 1960s. The transcripts are from interviewees #2, #5, #21, #27, #34, #88, #90, #103, #104, #117, #118, #121, and #128; people from the Halifax department of welfare; and other unidentified interviewees. The file also contains photocopies of newspaper articles.
File contains interview summaries and field notes taken related to the Africville Relocation Study. File includes: memorandum, notes, research diary, correspondence, field notes (many of which are handwritten) and research materials.
File contains interview transcripts and outlines pertaining to the Africville Relocation Study, conducted by Don Clairmont and Dennis Magill in the late 1960s on the forced migration of residents of Africville. File includes an outline for an interview with Dr Fogo, an interview between Dennis Magill and former Alderman Peter Richards (December 1, 1969), an interview between Magill and Alderman Sullivan (December 5, 1969), an interview between Magill and Alderman James Connolly (December 12, 1969), an interview between Magill and Mayor Allan O'Brien (November 13, 1969), an interview between Donald Maclean and Mr Fred Brodie (January 15, 1970), an interview between Magill and Maclean (November 13, 1969), an interview between Magill and Fran MacLean (November 13, 1969), an interview between Magill and George Davis (December 12, 1969), an interview between Magill and Lloyd Shaw (December 11, 1969), and summaries of interviews between Harry Wells and Jules Oliver, Buddy Day [sic -- Daye] (July 24 and 29, 1969).
File contains a 4 page typescript of Political-Administrative Questions (page 4 is dedicated to questions for Alderman Connolly, Alderman Sullivan and Alderman Doyle); a 2 page typescript of questions intended for a city administrator identifies as P.J.M. (likely Peter J. MacDonald); a 2 page typescript of questions intended for H.B. Jones, Welfare Officer, City of Halifax; a 2 page typescript for interview with activist (George Davis?); and a 2 page typescript for interview by Denis Magill with Alexa [McDonough].
File contains interview transcripts and research diary entries compiled by Dennis Magill and Don Clairmont during their research in compiling the Africville Relocation Study, written in the late-1960s on the forced migration of residents of Africville. File includes several transcripts of interviews conducted by Dennis Magill and Don Clairmont with Peter MacDonald, questions between Dennis Magill and Guy Henson about a meeting with Albert Rose, research diaries about meetings with D.A. Fry, Alexa McDonough and others, and a summary of an interview with F.R. MacKinnon.
Fonds consists of records pertaining to the professional life of J. Gordon Duff while he was director and professor at the Dalhousie College of Pharmacy. Records include correspondence, pharmacy history and research, photographs, and materials on the Dalhousie College of Pharmacy, Dalhousie University Faculty of Health, and pharmacy associations.
Fonds consists primarily of documents related to James Aitchison’s scholarly research and teaching. Records includes correspondence, course files, subject files, addresses, papers (including some written by students), notes and notebooks, newspaper clippings, offprints, printed materials, reports, and a variety of miscellaneous records.
Fonds consists of material created and collected by John F. Graham during his career as a professor at Dalhousie University, as well as some material prior to this time. Types of records include correspondence, meeting minutes, notes, manuscripts and drafts of writings by Graham, course and lecture materials, departmental memos, research, and similar material.
Fonds comprises correspondence and questionnaires for merchant seamen completed by Leo Corkum and Harry Delah [?]. The questionnaires were completed in response to an appeal for research data in conjunction with Miller's project with the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, England.
Fonds consists of materials created or collected by Dr. John F. Godfrey while he was a professor at Dalhousie University and President and Vice-Chancellor at the University of King’s College in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Material consists of correspondence, course material, lecture notes, videocassettes, shooting scripts and research for History 100 videos, manuscripts, notes, printed material of local history and locations, and meeting minutes and memos from committees, the Faculty of Arts and Science, and the History Department at Dalhousie University.
File contains facsimiles of newspaper articles relating to the containment of the Brown spruce longhorn beetle infestation of Point Pleasant Park, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Otto Wettstein's draft report "On breeding Tetropium fuscum" (for Public Works and Government Services Canada), S. Balazy's draft "The fungus Cephalosporium (Acrostalagmus) lecanii Zimm. as a pathogen of beetle larvae", L.M. Hanks's "Influence of the larval host plant on reproductive strategies of cerambycid beetles", Zenon Capecki's "The occurrence of Tetropium Kirby (Cerambycidae, Coleoptera) and their parasites in Poland", J. Sweeney, L. Humble, and E. Allen's "Assessment of the Bruks chipper for phytosanitary production of chips free of live Tetropium spp. and other insects", Christopher Majka and Jan Klimaszewski's "Phloeocharis subtilissima Mannerheim (Staphylinidae: Phloeocharinae) and Cephennium gallicum Ganglbauer (Scydmaenidae) new to North America: a case study in the introduction of exotic Coleoptera to the port of Halifax, with new records of other species", and other Brown spruce longhorn beetle reports and articles.
The records in this accession include notes and photocopied primary materials relating to Judith Fingard's research on seamen in 19th-century Eastern Canada, the Halifax retail liquor trade in the 19th and early 20th centuries, James Robinson Johnston, George Liston and Isaac Sallis. Also included is one folder of professional correspondence and Fingard's MPhil and PhD diplomas from the University of London.