Parks Canada History

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History of Parks Canada Electronic Library

Welcome! The History of Parks Canada Electronic Library is a portal to electronic publications covering the cultural and natural history of the Canadian National Parks System, which includes 47 national parks/reserves, one national urban park, 996 national historic sites (172 of which are administered by Parks Canada, including nine heritage canals), four national marine conservation areas/reserves, and one national landmark, along with documents from the history of the agency that has been entrusted to manage this System: Parks Canada.

This Website is an independent effort and is not affiliated with the Government of Canada/Parks Canada. The information contained in this Website is historical in scope and is not meant as an aid for travel planning; please refer to the official Parks Canada Website for current information.


Bienvenue! La Histoire de la bibliothèque électronique de Parcs Canada est un portail de publications électroniques sur l’histoire culturelle et naturelle du réseau des parcs nationaux du Canada, qui inclut comprend 47 parcs nationaux / réserves, un parc urbain national, 996 lieux historiques nationaux (dont 172 sont administrés par Parcs Canada, y compris neuf canaux du patrimoine), quatre aires marines de conservation nationales, un point de repère national, ainsi que des documents de l'histoire de l'agence chargée de gérer ce système: Parcs Canada.

Ce site Web est un effort indépendant et n'est pas affilié au gouvernement du Canada / Parcs Canada. Les informations contenues sur ce site Web ont une portée historique et ne constituent pas une aide à la planification de voyages ; veuillez consulter le site Web officiel de Parcs Canada pour obtenir des renseignements à jour.

Histoire de la bibliothèque électronique de Parcs Canada


New eLibrary Additions


BC's Old Growth Forest: A Last Stand for Biodiversity (Karen Price, Rachel F. Holt and Dave Daust, April 2020)

National Wildlife Areas Brochures / Management Plans / Reports (Environment and Climate Change Canada, various dates)

A Review of Best Practices and Principles for Bison Disease Issues: Greater Yellowstone and Wood Buffalo Areas ABS Working Paper No. 3 (John S. Nishi, January 2010)

American Bison: Status Survey and Conservation Guidelines 2010 (C. Cormack Gates, Curtis H. Freese, Peter J.P. Gogan and Mandy Kotzman, eds., 2010, ©International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources)

Trail degradation in Cape Breton Highlands National Park: An ecological approach to vegetation restoration (©Madeline Clarke, Master's Thesis Saint Mary's University, April 2020)

Culture dependent analysis of bacterial diversity in Canada's Raspberry Rising Cave revealed antimicrobial properties (Soumya Ghosh, Gabrielle Kam, Monique Nijjer, Christian Stenner and Naowarat Cheeptham, extract from International Journal of Speleology, Vol. 49 No. 1, January 2020)

Beaver Dam Capacity in the Canadian Boreal Plains Ecozone: An Analysis of Riding Mountain National Park (©Nichole-Lynn Stoll, Master's Thesis University of Saskatchewan, December 2019)

Decolonizing Park Management: A Framework for the Co-management of National Parks and Protected Areas (©Miriam Moore, Master's Thesis Simon Fraser University, Spring 2020)


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Please Note: Publications produced by Parks Canada, Environment and Climate Change Canada, and Natural Resources Canada are not in the public domain but are copyrighted by the Government of Canada (Crown). The electronic editions of these publications are for non-commercial purposes; please consult with the Crown Copyright Request Website for additional copyright clearance information. Due diligence has been employed in scanning these documents in an attempt to ensure the accuracy of the materials reproduced; however, these should not be viewed as official versions of the original nor having been made in affiliation with or with the endorsement of Parks Canada, Environment and Climate Change Canada, or Natural Resources Canada. Copies of License to Reproduce Copyrighted Works Owned by the Crown obtained from these agencies graciously permitting us to host these digital reproductions are on file. Use of this Website is done so at your own risk; we are not responsible for any loss or damage arising from information or links contained within this site.

 
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