Fonds contains records documenting Ian McAllister's work as an economist and professor between 1967 and 2010. Records include research materials and manuscripts about regional and international development and policy, foreign aid, disasters and development, and the role of universities as development contributors.
Series comprises Ron O'Dor's teaching materials, including course syllabi, exams and reading lists, as well as assignments and student evaluations for courses he developed and taught in the areas of biology and marine biology.
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 correspondence to and from Freedman regarding Nature Conservancy of Canada topics, including confirmation of attendance of conferences and workshops, expense claims, and other correspondence.
File contains handwritten and typed research notes compiled by Freedman and others, documenting bird counts at McNab's Island, Halifax County, Nova Scotia, between the years 1995 and 2012. File also contains correspondence.
File contains notes written by Bill Freedman in 2012 while undertaking property explorations for the Nova Scotia Nature Trust. Notes contain a brief survey of each location and potential financial costs involved, for locations at Middle and Outer Pleasant Harbour, Gerard Island, Hemeon's Head, Bougles Isle (?), Pugwash, and a site at Tusket.
File contains notes taken by Bill Freedman during paper presentations at a late-2000s meeting of the Nature Conservancy of Canada. Notes relate to papers presented by Judy Loo, Allan White, Graham Forbes, Sean Basquill, [E.] Ponomarenko, M Aubé, D rossland, C Bourque, John Sweeney, Matthew Betts, and Bob Seymour.
File contains Maxxam and Stantec reports relating to water analysis samples taken from several locations on Sable Island. File also includes draft manuscript compiled by Freedman, for Jacques Whitford Stantec Limited.
File contains minutes and notes from meetings of the Brown Spruce Longhorn Beetle Task Force, managing the response to the infestation of the pest in Point Pleasant Park, Halifax, Nova Scotia. File also contains draft presentations, notes, and summaries.
File contains correspondence from Freedman and others regarding containment of the pest in Point Pleasant Park, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Correspondence is to and from Christopher Majka, Jon Sweeney, Ken Harrison, Stephen King, and others.
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.
File contains manuscript reports dealing with the health of Point Pleasant Park and the containment of the Brown spruce longhorn beetle. File contains the Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources "1994/95 Spruce Beetle Damage Survey" (Mike LeBlanc and Bob Guscott), the "Point Pleasant Park Forest Health Survey, June 8-10, 2000" (Guscott), two draft manuscripts of "Brown Spruce Longhorn Beetle" (Plant Health Risk Assessment Unit, Science Division; September 1999 and June 2000), the Halifax Regional Municipality "Point Pleasant Park, Park and Urban Forest Master Plan" (November 18, 1998), and other fact sheets (Friends of Point Pleasant Park and Environment Canada) and presentation drafts.
File contains correspondence related to Freedman's undertaking a rare plant survey along the Mispec River, near Saint John, New Brunswick, for the consultancy firm Jacques Whitford. File also contains four facsimile aerial photographs.
File contains a site assessment of the Menger property at Deep Cove, near Blandford, Nova Scotia, undertaken by Freedman for the Nature Conservancy of Canada. File includes correspondence and two aerial photographs.
File contains correspondence related to the valuation and lending of the very rare Labrador duck specimen held at the McCulloch Museum, Dalhousie University, Halifax. Includes Freedman's unofficial valuation, as well as facsimiles of earlier correspondence between the National Museum of Natural Sciences and the Dalhousie University Department of Biology,
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 a draft report written by Freedman for Jacques Whitford consulting, about the reconstruction of the Deception Bay wharf at the Raglan Mine operated by Falconbridge Limited, near Katinniq in northern Quebec. File also includes correspondence, facsimile aerial photographs, and an inventory of plants at the Kattiniq site.
This fonds consists of photographs; audiovisual materials; newspaper clippings; pamphlets and posters; Dalhousie publications and other printed material; student and personnel files; correspondence; manuscripts; reports created by or reviewed by senior administration; financial materials including accounts payable and receivable documents, budgets, and ledgers; legal documents, including deeds and leases; diaries; scrapbooks; meeting minutes and agendas; academic plans; speeches; and other documents related to the senior administration’s sphere of responsibility.
File contains a list of contacts for the Advisory Committee on the Interim Moratorium on Reproductive and Genetic Technologies, correspondence regarding Sherwin's professional activities and teaching capacities with Dalhousie's Philosophy Department, and a photograph of Sherwin and Roland Puccetti.
File contains minutes of committee meetings, correspondence, the NCC stewardship manual, and a draft report entitled "Looking north: a review of conservation opportunities in Central and Northern Canada".
File contains 170 photographs taken by Bill Freedman in 2003, at Alexandra Fiord, Ellesemere Island. The photographs show nesting habits of Parasitic jaeger, eider, bunting, and other species, as well as showing scenery and flora of the area in late-June, early July.
File contain 58 photographs taken by Bill Freedman in 2003. Photographs show aerial surveys of damage caused by the Spruce budworm to the forests of the Tobeatic Wilderness Area in southwestern Nova Scotia, as well as a few photos of the Spruce budworm on the ground.
File contains 59 photographs taken by Bill Freedman at sites on Vancouver Island, Vancouver, and in Manning Park (near Hope) between 1999 and 2003. Photographs show forestry scenes, wildlife, buildings in Victoria, and photos of Stanley Park, Vancouver.
File contains the manuscript written by Freedman for the proceedings of the 2003 KAST Multicultural Conference: SS3: The 2nd KAST-RSC Bilateral Symposium, Environmental Science and Policy, October 29-30, 2003.Organized by the Korean Academy of Science and Technology and the Royal Society of Canada.
File contains 19 photographs taken by Bill Freedman, predominantly in 1975. Photographs show birds and plants at two Newfoundland parks: Cape St. Mary's Reserve on the Avalon Peninsula, and Gros Morne on the Great Northern Peninsula.
Fonds consists of records pertaining primarily to the professional activities of Elisabeth Mann Borgese, focusing on major organizations and projects with which she was affiliated from the beginning of her North American career in the 1940s. The collection includes correspondence, publications and drafts, administrative records, conference materials, sound and video recordings, research materials, photographs, and other materials.
File contains 44 photographs taken by Bill Freedman on a hiking trip along the Gaff Point trail in Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia, in 2001. Photographs show trees in the area, as well as coastal scenes.
File contains 25 photographs taken, largely by Bill Freedman, in Gros Morne National Park and along the Churchill River, Labrador, between 1998 and 2001. There are also photos by fellow researchers Annette Lutterman and Todd Keith. Photographs show evidence of defoliation of Salix by lepidoptera, of Cornus canadensis along the river bank, dried riverbeds above Churchill Falls, and two photos of Innu resident Francis Penashue.
File contains the draft manuscript written by Freedman and Jim Jotcham for the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada, about the status of Drosera filiformis, at several bog sites in southwestern Nova Scotia. File also contains correspondence and related articles.
File contains 86 photographs largely taken by Bill Freedman (although a few were taken by J.L. Riley and R. Vinebrooke), at several southern Ontario sites between 1972 and 2001. Photographs show plants along the Oakville River, in Algonquin and Point Pelee Parks, the Alvar marsh site (near Orillia), the Windsor prairie, and another site west of London.
File contains 19 photographs taken by Bill Freedman between 1989 and 2001. Photographs show vegetation at the Murchyville bog (near Moose River, Nova Scotia), a Christmas tree lot in Lunenburg County, the barrens at Polly Cove (Halifax County), and examples of the endangered Geum peckii on Brier Island (Digby County).
File contains 68 photographs taken largely by Bill Freedman (but also by Sweeney) at Point Pleasant Park, Halifax, Nova Scotia, in 2000. Photographs show aerial and up-close examples of the destruction wrought on the urban park by the invasive Brown spruce longhorn beetle, believed to arrive in the city via the nearby port.