Resources - Links to Other Sites of Interest
Wildlife Program – BCMOTI Environmental Management Branch May 2020.
January 2020 Whistler AWARE and Coast to Cascades Grizzly Bear Initiative:
A huge flood in the Fraser River valley, British Columbia, near the Pleistocene Termination
John J. Clague a,⁎, Nicholas J. Roberts a,b, Brendan Miller c, Brian Menounos d, Brent Goehring e Geomorphology 374 (2021) 107473
REPORT OF NATURAL RESOURCE VIOLATION
https://www.for.gov.bc.ca/hen/nrv/report.htm This is for the public (our membership) to report any potential alleged infractions that our membership might come across while enjoying nature. People should not approach alleged offenders, but simply observe, record, report to the authorities via this report in the link that can then be emailed, mailed, faxed or delivered in person to a FrontCounter office. Photos can be uploaded to the report as well.
Observations on the May 2019 Joffre Peak landslides, British Columbia by Pierre Friele I Tom H. Millard I Andrew Mitchell I Kate E. Allstadt I Brian Menounos I Marten Geertsema I John J. Clague
Economic growth as the limiting factor for wildlife conservation by Brian Czech (Wildlife Society Bulletin 2000, 28(1):4–15)
Lillooet Natural History - A geomorphic perspective, Pierre Friele 2017
Glendenning 1921 Fauna Flora Mt McLean Proc BCEntSoc (PDF 2.2 MB)
The Happy Cat - Tips for Responsible Pet Ownership, The Stewardship Centre for BC (PDF Brochure)
Aliens Among Us: British Columbia's Recent Plant & Animal Arrivals. A Virtual Museum
Species At Risk Partnerships on Agricultural Land (SARPAL)
Species at Risk and Local Government: A Primer for British Columbia
Pavilion Lake, B.C., Canada – Investigating Microbialite Morphogenesis
Underwater Research Lab – Pavilion Lake Project
Satellite image of British Columbia – check it out you may be surprised!
Light Pollution Forecast Application Branch - NOAA/GSD
The World Atlas of the Artificial Night Sky Brightness
Google search: geology in Lillooet
Comprehensive Site Index/Map Bridge River-Lillooet Country Web Archive
The MapPlace - Lillooet LRMP Map
Chapter 6. Geology of the Fraser River-Lillooet to Gang Ranch
Late Holocene Fluctuations of Lillooet Glacier, Southern Coast Mountains, British Columbia
Canadian National - Lithoprobe-Geoscience Project
Ministry of Environment - Water Stewardship Division - Ground Water NTS Filing System
DISTINCT ZONES OF DUCTILE DEFORMATION BETWEEN WHISTLER AND LILLOOET, BC
Session: Structural Geology/Tectonics (Posters)
Ecological Restoration in Southeastern British Columbia —Grasslands to Mountaintops. Notes from conference October 12-13, 2007, co-hosted by the Columbia Mountains Institute of Applied Ecology and the British Columbia Chapter of the Society for Ecological Restoration.
AFTER THE MELTDOWN: Economic Redesign for the 21st Century by David Korten"The task before us is to replace the culture and institutions of a twentieth-century economy designed and managed to serve financial values with the culture and institutions of a new twenty-first-century economy designed to serve life values. The former undoubtedly leads to environmental, social, and economic collapse. The latter holds promise of leading to the world most humans really want for themselves and their children-a world of healthy, happy children, families, and communities living together in peace in vibrant, healthy, natural environments. It is ours to choose."
British Columbia Breeding Bird Atlas: The first year results of the BC Breeding Bird Atlas are visible online as a series of maps. This data base is being compiled by birders all across BC and is going to be an invaluable conservation tool. Everyone can participate, as even casual breeding records are very important.
Loons On Our Lakes Information Sheet: Information sheet handout consists of a single 8x11" sheet (landscape orientation) with text on the front and illustrations to help people interpret loon behaviour on the back. The loon behaviour illustrations are from The Loon Preservation Committee (New Hampshire) and used with their permission. The sheet should be "Z folded" (two folds) to make three panels, with the "Loons On Our Lakes" heading on the front panel.