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.1 I PUBLICATIONS OF THE FACULTY AND STAFF JULY I, 1949 - JUNE 30, 1950 VANCOUVER, B. C. UNIVERSFY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 195 I FACULTY AND STAFF PUBLICATIONS July 1, 1949 - June 30, 1950 AKRIGG, G.V.P. 1 “The name of God and ‘The Duchess of Malfi’ ,“ Notes and queries 195:231-3 May 27 1950. ALLEN, G. S. 2 “Forestry and forest industry would benefit from University Botanical Gardens.” British Columbia lumberman 34:41-2 April l950 3 “Multiple-use forestry proves sound economics on Cedar River watershed.” British Columbia Lumberman 33:49-68 November 1949. 4 “The silviculture problem.” In British Columbia Department This Faculty Bibliography has been published of lands and forests. Transactions of the Resources Confer- under the general direction of the University ence. 3rd Conference, 1950, p.143-SO. Editorial Committee, but special thanks are 5 “What’s new in forestry.” Monthly in $r:itish Columbia lumber- due to the staff of the Reference Division man July 1949 - June 1950. and to Miss Anne M. Smith, the Acting Librar ian of the University who together did most ANDERSON, W.J. 6 “Marginal productivity analysis and farm management.” Canadian of the basic work of preparation. agricultural economics society. Proceedings. 19th annual meeting, 1949. p.85-96. 7 “Measuring the productivity of labor and capital in agricul ture,” BC. institute of agrologists. Proceedings of the annual meeting April 1950. 8 “Some observations on the use of the theory of the Fium,” International conference of agricultural economists, Pro ceedings, 7th, August 1949, p.188-91. ANGUS, H.F. 9 “Graduate studies in the social sciences.” Canadian journal of economics and political science 15:299-309 August 1949, 1 ANGUS, H,F. (cont.) 10 “Malthus today.” Royal society of Canada. Transactions. 3rd series, 43(section 2):35-43 1949. BESLEY, LOWELL 11 “Planning your career in forestry.” Outdoor boy July 1949. BIELY, JACOB, Lloyd, E.A. and Moynihan, LW. 12 Poultry diseases. British Columbia Department of agri culture, Bulletin number PB 108 1950. 109 p. BIRNEY, AE. Poems: 13 “Takkakan Falls.” Northern review 3:46-7 June/July 1950, 14 “Book of C’aspe” and “Creston Valley Fall,” Contemporary verse number 31:8-9 spring 1950. 15 “Atlantic Coast” and “From the hazel bough.” Arena (New Zealand) number 23, Book: 16 Turvey. 2d ed, Toronto, McClelland & Stewart, February BLUH, OTTO 17 “Did the Greeks perform experimerts?’ American journal of physics 17:384-88 September 1949. 18 “The galaxies and time.” Royal astronomical society of Canada. Journal 43:169-80 September/October 1949. 19 “The history of physics and the old humanism.” American journal of physics 18:308-11 May 1950, BORDEN, C.E. 20 “A translucent shelter for fieldwork in regions with high precipitation.” American antiquity 15:252-3 January 1950. 21 “Preliminary report on archeological investigations in the Fraser Delta region.” British Columbia. Provincial museum. Anthropology in British Columbia number 1 1950. p.13-27. BRINK, V.C,, Charter, D. and Taylor, T.M.C. 24 A key to the agropyrons of western Canada. March 1950. Mimeoprinted. BRINK, V.C. and Cowan, I.McT. 25 “A study of some Rocky Mountain salt licks.” Journal of raamrnalogy 30:379-87 November 1949. BFIYCE, W. A. and Hinshelwood, Sir Cyril 27 “The reaction between paraffin hydrocarbons and sulphur vapour,” Chemical society. Journal December 1949. BUcKLANIJ, D.C. 28 “Tree diseases in B.C.” Articles i-ia Forest and mill August 31 1948 - November 22 1950. 2 3 BOROUGHS, R.J. 22 Know your government. UBC Department of university exten sion. 36 p. 25 cents. BRINK, V.C. 23 Climates of B.C. for agrologists. BritishColumbia. Uni versity. Agronomy department. Technical communication April 1950. Mimeoprinted. 1950, 20 p. BRYCE, W, A., Gengm, C.A. and Winkler, C. A. 26 “The effect of alternating electrical fields on the poly merization of styrene.” Canadian journal of research 28B: 117-32 April 1950. p.3379-8. BUCKLAND, D.C., Foster, B.E. and Nordin, V.J. 29 “Studies in forest pathology, III.. Decay in western hemlock and fir in the Franklin River area.” Canadian journal of research 27C:312-31 December 1949. BURROWS, W. T. and Bie ly, Jacob 30 “A biological estimation of horse meat as a protein concen trate for poultry.” Feeds tuffs September 17 1949. CAMERON, W.M. 31 Three publications on underwater sound. Titles and papers restricted, NGIS, EC, , Campbell, J.J.R. and Ney, P.W. 32 “The intermediate metabolism of Pseudomonas aeruginosa, I. The status of the endogenous respiration.” Canadian journal of research 27C:l57-64 August 1949. CAMPBELL, J.J.R., Norris, F,C. and Norris, M.E, 33 “The intermediate metabolism of Pseudomonas aeruginosa, II. Limitations of simultaneous adaption as applied to the identification of acetic acid, an intermediate in glucose oxidation.” Canadian journal of research 27C:165-71 August 1949. NORRIS, F.C. and Campbell, J.J,R. 34 “The intermediate metabolism of Pseudomonas aeruginosa, III. The application of paper chromatography to the identifi cation of gluconic and 2-ketogluconic acids, intermediates in glucose oxidation.” Canadian journal of research 27C: 253-61 October 1949. CAMPBELL, J.J,R. and Norris, F.C. 35 “The intermediate metabolism of Pseudomonas aeruginosa, IV. The absence of an Embden-Meyerhof system as evidencd by phosphorus distribution,” Canadian journal of research 27C:203-l2 April 1950, CLARK, R.M. 36 Laboratory manual for elementary statistics. Vancouver, University of BritishColunibia, 1949, rev, ed. 1950, CLEMENS, W.A. 37 “Problems of the game resources of British Columbia.” In British Columbia. Department of lands and forests, Trans actions of the Resources Conference. 3rd Conference, 1950, p..259-87. 38 “The value of sport fishing in British Columbia,” tish Columbia. Provincial game commission. Game tion ... report of proceedings. 4th, April 1950. COOPER, D.A., March, Beryl and Biely, Jacob 39 “The effect of feeding thyroprotein and thiouracil on the vitamin A requirement of the chick.” Endocrinology 46: 404-6 April 1950. COWAN, I.McT. 40 “The control of wolves and coyotes.” iation of game, fish and conservation Proceedings of the ... annual meeting. p.49-58. 41 “Problems of wildlife research and management in the province of British Columbia,” In British Columbia. Provincial game commission. Game convention ... report of proceedings. 4th, April 1950. p.20-7. 42 “Babies as a possible population control of Arctic Canidae.” Journal of mamrnalogy 30: 396-8 November 1949. 43 “Wildlife conservation in Canada.” Forestry chronicle 25: 315- 18 December 1949. COWAN, I,McT, and Hatter, James 44 “Waterfowl breeding ground survey in British Columbia 1949.” In Waterfowl populations and breeding conditions summer 1949. p.24-9. United States. Fish and wildlife service, Special scientific report. Wildlife number 2. COWAN, I.McT. and Brink, V.C. 45 “Natural game licks in the Rocky Mountain National Parks of Canada.” Journal of manunalogy 30: 379-87 November 1949. COX, R.H. and Spencer, B. 46 “The effect of 7-keta-cholesterol on the rabbit,” Science 110: 11 July 11949, CROSS, E.C. 47 Dress Forms. URC Department of university extension, 7 p. 48 Fabrics and stains. UBC Department of university extension. 9 p. free. 49 Girls sewing clubs. UBC Department of university extension, 14 p. free, 50 Rejuvenating your home, IJEC Department of university ex tension, 52 p. 25 cents International assoc commissioners. 39th, 1949. Mimeographed, free. In Bri conven p.75-8. 4 5 CROSS, E.C. (cont.) Soapmaking. IJBC Department of university extension. 4 p. free. Textile information. IJBC Department of university ex tension. 10 p. free. DEKKER, A.J. “Note on the theory of electrolytic double layers.” Cana dian journal of research 27B:682 July 1949. and Urquhart, H.M.A. hysteresis of the electrolytic aluminum-oxide Journal of applied physics 21:708-13 July DOLMAN, C,E., Ranta, L;E.., Hudson, V.G. and others 65 “A new Salmonella type: Salmonella vancouver.” Canadian journal of public health 41:23-6 January 1950. t)UNELL, B.A. and Toboisky, A.V. 66 “Dynamic properties of polymeric materials.” Journal of chemical physics 17: 1001-2 October 1949. DIXON, W.G. (Cont.) 61 “Public assistance should meet human need.” In Canadian conference on social work. Proceedings. 12th biennial meeting, Vancouver, 1950. p.65-73. DOLAR-MANTUANI, L. 62 “Bin Beitrag zur Charakteristik der Porphyrgesteine von Sv. tun bei Lepoglava,” Tschermaks &!ineralog.-Petrogr. IWit teilungen Jahrgang 1950 Band 2 Heft 1. DOLMAN, C.E. 63 Science and the humanities (Address to the annual dinner meeting, British Columbia Academy of Sciences). British Columbia. University. Publications. Lecture series num ber 10 1950. DOLMAN, C.E., (lang, Helen, Kerr, DE. and Shearer, A.R. 64 “Fish-borne and type E botulism: two cases due to home pickled herring.” Canadian journal of public health 41: 215-29 June 1950. 51 52 CROUCH, L.G.R. 53 “Digest of professional literature”: reviews, abstracts, condensations of current publications emphasizing the professional rather than the technical interests of en gineers. Monthly in The Blueprint volume 7 July-December 1949 and in B.C. Professional engineer volume 1 January- June 1950. CRUMB, J.A. 54 “Devaluation and Canada’s trade.” The Canadian banker 57: 68-78 winter 1950. 55 “Federal reserve banks in the money market.” Pacific Northwest conference on banking. Proceedings. 11th, Pullman, Washington. April 1950. p.33. 56 DEKKER, A.J. 57 “The current rectifier.” 1950. DEKKER, A.J. and Morrish, A.H. 58 “Investigation of color centers by a single-photon counting method.” Physical review 78: 301 May 11950. DEMCHUK, LARISSA 59 “Thiamine in Quebec potatoes.” Canadian dietetic associa tion. Journal 11:115-19 December 1949. DIXON, W.G. 60 “Pattern for corrections in British Columbia.” British Colwnbia’s welfare 8: 13-18 November 1949, 8: 12-16 January 1950. EAGLES, B.A. 67 “The evolution of the agricultural scientist.” Agricultural institute review 5: 11+ May 1950. FORD, PETER 68 “The origin of the segmental musculature of the tail of the axolotl (ambystoma).” Zoological society of London, Pro ceedings 119(part 3):609-32 1949. GRAHAM, KENNETh and Hopping, G.R. 69 “Lodgepole needle miner,” Canada. Department of agriculture. Science service. Division of entomology. Forest insect investigation bi-monthly progress report volume 5 number 4 July/August 1949 6 7 GRAHAM, KENNETH and Stark, R.W. 70 “Lodgepole needle miner.” Canada. Department of agricul ture. Science service. Division of entomology. Forest insect investigation bi-monthly progress report volume 5 number 6 November/December 1949. GRAHAM, KENNETH and Richmond, H. A. 71 “Ambrosia beetles.” Canada. Department of agriculture. Science service. Division of entomology. Forest insect investigation bi-monthly progress report volume 6 number 2 March/April 1950. GRANT, W.L. 72 “Cato the farmer.” Queen’s quarterly 56: 241-7 suniner 1949. 73 “Homer’s daily bread.” Queen’s quarterly 56: 560-9 winter 1949/50, 74 “The Liber Sententiarum of Richard of Segbrok.” The Phoenix, the journal of theClassical Association of Canada 3:94-101 winter 1949, GROVES, G. A. and Huston, M,J. 75 “The photofluoremetric estimation of estrogens.” American pharmaceutical association. Journal. Scientific edition 39: 280-2 May 1950. GUNNING, H.C. 76 “The cordilleran region.” Canadian mining and metallurgical bulletin 43:88-91 February 1950. HALLIDAY, J.E. 77 “Adrenergic blocking agents.” Canadian pharmaceutical journal 83: 12-16 January 15 1950. HAMES, F.A. and Eppelsheimer, D.S. 78 “Ferromagnetic alloys in the systems Cu-Mn-In and Cu-Mn-Ga.” Journal of metals 1:495-9 August 1949. HATTER, JAMES 79 “An analysis of the 1949 hunting season in British Columbia.” In British Columbia. Provincial game conTnission. Game con vention ... report of proceedings. 4th, April 1950. p.64-7. HA’TTER, JAMES (cont.) 80 “The status of moose in North America.” North American wildlife conference. Transactions 14:492-501 1949. HOAR, V.S, 82 “Fisheries education in Canada.” Public affairs 12:82-90 1949. 84 “The thyroid gland in relation to the seaward migration of Pacific salmon.” Canadian journal of research 28D: 126-36 June 1950, 1 HILL, A.T. and Lloyd, E.A. 81 “Auto-sexing redbars,” Poultry science 29:3-9 January 1950. HOAR, W.S. and Bell, G.M. 83 “Some effects of ultraviolet radiation on sockeye salmon eggs and alevins.” Canadian journal of research 28D:35-43 February 1950. HRENNIKOFF, ALEXANDER 85 “Framework method and its technique for solving plane stress problems,” International association for bridge and struc tural engineering. Publications 9:217-48 September 1949. HULL, T.E. 86 The application of upper air data to the planning of airline flight schedules. Canada. Department of transport. Cir cular 1702. HUTCHINSON, A.H. and Campbell, J.D. 87 “Chromosome individuality and somatic pairing in Ahies grandis.” Abstract, Royal Society of Canada. Transactions. 3rd series. 44:235 1950. JAMES, R.D. 88 “A generalized integral II,” Canadian journal of mathematics 2:297-306 1950. JAMIESON, STUART and Gladstone, Percy 89 “Unionism in the fishing industry of British Columbia.” Canadian journal of economics and political science 16: 146- 71 May 1950. 8 9 G.M. observations in the northern and Royal society of Canada, Trans 44(section 3):51-56 1950. KAEMPFFEB, F.A. 90 “The angular momentum of the electron in classical electro dynamics.” Canadian journal of research 28A:336-8 May 1950. KENNEDY, G.D, 91 “Case comments,” Canadian bar review 28: 198-207, 689-98 1950. 92 “Criminal law - Vagrancy - Common prostitute - Wandering - Satisfactory account of herself.” Canadian bar review 28: 198-207 1950. 93 “Criminal law - Murder and manslaughter - Autrefois acquit.” Canadian bar review 27:968-72 1949, 28:689-98 1950. 94 “Survey of Canadian legislation: Western provinces.” Uni versity of Toronto law journal 8: 131-9 1949, KIRSCH, MILTON, Yaffe, L., Sargent, B.W., Standil, S. and Grunlund, J.M. 95 “Neutron-capture cross section of 85 - minute Ba’39,” Physical review 76:617-20 September 1 1949. KOPPE, HEINZ 96 “The contribution of the surface of the specific heat of disperse systems.” Journal of chemical physics 18:638-40 May 1950. 97 “On the production of mesons.” Physical review 76: 688 Sep tember 1949. 98 “Die reflexion einer welle an einer potentialschwelle.” Zeitschrift fur naturforschung Sa:3 Marz 1950. KRAJINA, VLADIMIR 99 “New species of the genus Dicranella from British Columbia.” Bryologist 53:153-9 June 1950. 100 “La rsistance Tchecoslovaque.” Cahiers d’histoire de la guerre. Publication du Comit d’histoire de la guerre numro 3, fevrier 1950. Paris, LAIRD, D.G. 101 “Problems related to the soils of British Columbia.” In British Columbia. Department of lands and forests. Trans actions of the Resources Conference. 3rd Conference, 1950. p,1’-31. LABICIN, P.A. 102 “Problems in trout production in British Columbia.” In British Columbia. Provincial game commission. Game con vention ... report of proceedings. 4th, April 1950. p.83-7. 103 “Report on the preliminary survey of the steelhead of the lower Fraser River.” In British Columbia. Provincial game commission. Annual report 1948. p.X58-X69. LARKIN, P.A. and Munro, D. 104 “Problems of the game resources in relation to water utili zation,” In British Columbia. Department of lands and forests. Transact ions of the Resources Gonference. 3rd Conference, 1950. p.265-272. LASSEBRE, FRED 105 “The arts in Canada - Architecture.” Food for thought 8: 39-40 May 1950. 106 “On architectural education.” Royal architectural institute of Canada. Journal 26: 133-5, 172 May 1949. LAW, G.R.J. , Biely, Jacob and Ellis, H,W. 107 “Thyroprotein and egg production of pullets.” Feeds tuffs April 22 1950, LITTLE, D.E. and Shrum, 108 “Correlation of auroral southern hemispheres actions. 3rd series, McALLISTER, G.A. 109 “Workers’ education: a review.” Public affairs 12:38-44 spring 1949. 10 11 120 “The welfare state: is it a conference on social work, meeting, Vancouver, 1950. threat to Canada?’ In Canadian Proceedings, 12th biennial p,33-44. 119 MARSH, L.C. icont,) Rebuilding a neighbourhood; report on a demonstration slum- clearance and urban rehabilitation project in a key central area in Vancouver, Vancouver, University of British Col umbia, 1950. (British Columbia, University. Besearch publications. Number 1.) MacINTYRE, M.M. 110 “Digest current cases (British Columbia).” The Advocate 8: 20-34, 59-82 January/February, March/April 1950. MACKAY, J. H. 111 “Physiography of’ th lower Ottawa valley.” Revue cana dienne cle geographie 3: 53-96 1949. McSPADDEN, G.E. 112 Spanish usage for beginners. 6th and 7th revised mimeo graphed impressions. Vancouver, University of British Columbia, 1949 and 1950. 236 p. 113 Work group VI: Community relations and adult education. In A [Yew look at the teaching of foreign languages and cultures; report of the first Pacific Northwest Conference of foreign language teachers, Seattle, University of Washington, 1950. p.23-30. MAHONEY, R.A. 114 “Industrial unrest today.” Cost and management May 1950. Also published in Blueprint. MANN, K. C., Hankin . D. and Daykin, P.M. 115 “Radiation from Zn6.” Physical review 76: 1719 December 1 1949, MARCH, BEHYL, Stupich, D. and Biely, Jacob 116 “Evaluation of the nutritional value of fish meals and meat meals.” Poultry science 28:718-24 September 1949. MARcH, BERYL, Biely, Jacob and Young, H.J. 117 “Supplementation of meat scrap with amino acids,” Poultry Science 29:444-9 May 1950. MARSH, LC. 118 “Brief on old age security.” Summary in Canada. Parlia ment. Joint committee of the Senate and House of Commons on old age security. Report June 28 1950. p.81-3. MDBLEY, NINA 121 Family meals; compiled by a group of British COlumbia nutritionists (drawn from the Provincial Department of Health, the Metropolitan Health Board of Vancouver, the Outpatients Department of the Vancouver General Hospital, the Supervisor of Home Economics of the Vancouver School Board, and the Department of Home Economics of the Univ ersity of British Columbia) Victoria, Department of health, May 1950. 42 p. Lithoprinted. NORRIS, F.C, see CAMPBELL, J.J.H. OBERLANDER, H.P. 122 “Canada houses her veterans.” American city 64:82-4 Novem ber 1949. 123 Housing and planning in Canada. In Planning 1949, the proceedings of the American Society of Planning Officials Annual Symposium, Chicago. 124 A study in urban mapping; standard symbols and methods of representation. Ottawa, Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation, 1950. 68 p. OKULITCH, V.J. 125 Geology of part of the Selkirk ifountains in the vicinity of the main line of the Canadian Pacific Railway, British Columbia. Canada, Geological survey. Bulletin number 14 1949. p,1-26. 126 “Vacuocyathus, a new name for Coelocyathus Vologdin 1933 and Nomenclatural notes on Pleosponge Genera Archaeocyathus, Spirocyathus Flindercicyathus, Pycnoidocyathus and Cambro cyathus.” Journal of paleontology 24: 392-3 May 1950. 12 13 ORMSBY, M,A. SAVERY, BARNETI 127 Articles on Canada and the 10 provinces. In World book 138 “Ethics: philosophy or psychology?, a reply.” Canadian encyclopedia. Annual supplement 1950. journal of psychology 4:26-8 March 1950. 128 “Captain Houghton’s exploratory trip, 1864.” Okanagan SMITH, M.J. historical society, Vernon, B.C. Report 13:38-43 1949. 139 “The meaning of generic social work education.” Social worker 18:3-4 February 1950. 129 “The significance of the Hudson’s Bay Brigade trail.” Okanagan historical society, Vernon, B.C. Report 13:29-35 140 “Social work education and the needs of the field.” In 1949. Canadian conference on social work, proceedings. 12th biennial meeting, Vancouver, 1950. p.205-1.RADCLIFFE, R.W. 130 “The effect of fin-clipping on the cruising speed of gold- 141 “Social work education as a community organization job.” fish and coho salmon fry.” Canada. Fisheries research Social worker 18: 15-18 April 1950. board, Journal 8:67-73 May 1950. 142 “Whither mother’s allowances?’ British Columbia’s welfare RANTA, L.E. and others 8:4-6 January 1950. 131 “A new Salmonella type: Salmonella vancouver.” Canadian journal of public health 41:23 January 1950. SOWARD, F.H. 143 The adaptable commonwealth. Behind the headlines 10:9-54 RAUDO13F, W.R. March 1950. (Also published by The Royal Institute of 132 “Change of mutual conductance with frequency.” V/ireless International Affairs. London, Chatham House, 1950). engineer 26:331-7 October 1949. 144 “The Canadian institute of international affairs.” External READ, FREDERICK affairs 2:55-7 February 1950. 133 “Notes of recent cases.” The Advocate 7: 147-50 July/August 1949 and 7:224-5 November/December 1949. 145 “The commonwealth relations conference; a Canadian view,” Round table 157:21-8 December 1949. ROBINSON, J.L. 134 “Geographic basis of foreign trade.” Canadian geographical 146 International organization in Canada. In Brown, G.W., ed. journal 40: 114-23 March 1950. Canada. Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 1950. p.S4l-68.135 “Resources of the Canadian Arctic.” Beaver 280:48-51 Dec ember 1949. STEVENS, JOAN, Biely, Jacob and March, Beryl. 147 “Note on the animal protein factor and feed efficiency.” RONIMOIS, H.E. Poultry science 28:931-2 November 1949. 136 Soviet planning and economic theory. Vancouver, University of British Columbia, 1950. 336 p. Mimeographed. (Avail- THOMAS, E.V. able from University Bookstore: $3.75.) 148 “Community centres or public recreation.” Social worker 18:8-10 April 1950. SAGE, W.N. 137 “The North-1est Mounted Police in British Columbia” Pac- THOMPSON, R.M. ific historical review 18:345-61 August 1949. 149 “Mineral occurrences in western Canada.” American mineral ogist 35:451-5 May/June 1950. 14 15 THOMPSON, H. M. (cont..) WEAVER., M. M. 150 “The probable non-existence of Alaskaite.” American mm— 160 “Quid pro quo in medical education.,” Vancouver medical eralogist 35:456-7 May/June 1950. association, Bulletin 26: 134 March 1950. TOMLINSON, NEIL, Canpbell, J.J.R. and Trussell, P.C. 151 “The influence of zinc, iron, copper and manganese on the WEAVER, M.M. and Diehi, H.S.161 “The plans of medical students for practice.” dWmnnesotaproduction of citric acid by Aspergillus niger.” Journal of bacteriology 59:217-27 February 1950, - medicine 33:446 May 1950. Abstracted in American medical association, Journal 142: TRAVIS, JEAN 929 March 25 1950. 152 Leathercraft. UEC Department of university extension. 21 p. 10 cents. WHITE, W.H. 162 Geological reports. In British Columbia. Department of 153 Stencilling UEC Department of university extension. mines, Annual report. 1949. p,llS-24 132, 138-48, 149, 13 p. 10 cents. 157, 165_66, 169-74, 210-12, 214-17, VAN DER ZIEL, ALDERT 163 “Plant anomalies related to some British Columbia ore de 154 “Thermal noise at high frequencies.” Journal of applied posits.” Canadian institute of mining and metallurgy. physics 21:399-401 May 1950. Transactions 53:368-71 (in Canadian mining and metallur gical bulletin number 459 1950). VAN DER ZIEL, ALDERT and Hartz, T.FL 155 “A square-wave modulation method for microwave spectra,” WILLIAMS, M.Y, Physical review 78: 473 May 15 1950. 164 “Churchill, Manitoba.” Canadian geographical journal 39: 122-33 September 1949. WARREN, WV. and Delavault, RE. 165 “Churchill, Manitoba, a naturalist’s rendezvous.” Canadian 156 “Gold and silver content of some trees and horsetails (Equisetum spp) in British Columbia,” Geological society geographical journal 40:70-9 February 1950. of America. Bulletin 61: 123-8 February 1950, 166 “The Donor of the Tyrrell Medal.” Royal society of Canada. Transactions. 3rd series. 44(section 4):49-50 1950. 157 “A history of biogeochemical investigations in British Columbia.” Canadian mining and metallurgical bulletin 167 “Whence the oil of the Athabaska tar sands?’ Royal society 43: 344-50 June 1950. of Canada. Transactions. 3rd series. 43(section 4):149- 56 1949. WARREN, H.V., Delavault, R.E. and Irish, R.I. 158 “Biogeochemical researches on copper in British Columbia.” WONG, L. G. J. Royal society of Canada. Transactions. 3rd series. 168 “Outlook for business in 1950 for British Columbia.” Paci— 43(section 4):119-37 1949. fic northwest industry 10:57-60 December 1949, WATSON, K. deP. WaRT, D.J. 159 “Hydrocarbon with cinnabar in British Columbia.” American 169 “The effects of some chemical growth regulators on the mineralogist 35:457-9 May/June 1950. vitamin content of plants.” Western Cahada weed control conference. Proceedings. 1950, p,45-6. 16 17 DEPARTMENT OF Agricultural economics Agronomy Anthropology Architecture Bacteriology and preventive Biology and botany . Chemistry Civil engineering . Classics Coninerce Dairying Economics, political science English Extension Forestry Geology and geography History Rome economics INDEX • • • 6—8 20-21 • 105-106, 122-124 63-65 87, 99-100, 169-171 • . 26-27, 66, 95 85 • . . • • . 72-74 • . . . 114, 168 • . 32-35, 67, 151 9-10, 36, 54-55, 89 • . . . 1, 13-16 22, 47-52, 152-153 . 2-5, 11 62, 76, 111, 125-126, 134-135, 149-150, 156-158, 159, 162-167 • . 127—129, 137 59, 121 WORT, D.J. (cont.) 170 “The response of buckwheat to treatment with 2,4-dichioro- phenoxyacetic acid.” American journal of botany 36:673-6 November 1949. 171 “Response of buckwheat to 2-4-D.” American society of plant physiologists. Western section. Abstracts June 1950. YTH, CHIA-SHIIN 172 “Free convection due to a point source of-heat.” JQurnal of applied mechanics 1950. 173 “Temperature distribution in a steady laminar preheated air- jet.” Journal of applied mechanics 1950. . 23—25, 101 28-29, medicine and sociology 18 19 International studies 143-146 • . . . • • 91-94, 109-110, 133 86,88,172-173 131, 160-161 • 53, 78 . 46, 75, 77 138 17-19, 56, 57-58, 90, 96-98, 108, 115, 132, 154, 155 • . . . . 12, 30, 39, 81, 107, 116-117, 147 136 60-61, 118-120, 139-142, 148 112—113 • . . . • 31, 37-38, 40-45, 68, 69-71, 79-80 82-84, 102-103, 104, 130 Law . Mathematics Medicine Mining and metallurgy Pharmacy . Philosophy and psychology Physics Poultry husbandry Slavonic studies Social work • Spanish . . • Zoology . . . 20


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