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PUBLICATIONS of the Faculty and Staff SEPTEMBER 1, 1961 TO AUGUST 31, 1962 THE UNWERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA VANCOUVER, DECEMBER 1962 a: ___ _ PUBLICATIONS of the Faculty and Staff SEPTEMBER 1, 1961 TO AUGUST 31, 1962 THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA VANCOUVER, DECEMBER 1962 F •V DESIGNED AND PRINTED BY THE MORRISS PRINTING COMPANY LTD., VICTORIA NUMBER I 7 20 24 40 47 55 59 7’ 84 90 ‘55 162 167 ‘74 ‘75 176 192 201 243 251 3,7 321 334 350 361 369 389 392 398 404 Administration 3 Department of Agricultural Mechanics Department of Anatomy Division of Animal Science Department of Anthropology and Sociology School of Architecture Department of Asian Studies Department of Bacteriology and Immunology Department of Biochemistry Department of Biology and Botany Department of Chemical Engineering Department of Chemistry Department of Civil Engineering Department of Classics Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration Department of Continuing Medical Education Counselling, Placement, Staff Personnel, Veterans’ Services Institute of Earth Sciences Department of Economics and Political Science College of Education Department of Electrical Engineering Department of English Department of Fine Arts Faculty of Forestry Department of Geography Department of Geology Department of German Department of History and International Studies Department of the History of Medicine and Science Faculty of Law School of Librarianship Library CONTENTS Preface CONTENTS NUMBER 418 436 443 453 459 Department of Mathematics Department of Mechanical Engineering Department of Medicine Department of Metallurgy Department of Mining and Geological Engineering 460 Department of Music 461 Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 466 Institute of Oceanography 482 Department of Paediatrics 497 Department of Pathology 513 Department of Pharmacology 519 Faculty of Pharmacy 520 Department of Philosophy 524 School of Physical Education and Recreation 528 Department of Physics 562 Department of Physiology 575 Division of Plant Science 577 Department of Poultry Science 579 Department of Preventive Medicine 584 Department of Psychiatry 598 Department of Psychology 599 Department of Romance Studies 604 Department of Slavonic Studies 615 School of Social Work 619 Department of Soil Science 624 Department of Surgery 647 Department of University Extension 648 Department of Zoology (including the Institute of Fisheries) 685 Editors-in-Chief Index THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA PUBLICATIONS BIBLIOGRAPHY SERIES NO. 13 Preface This list, which is published under the general auspices of the Publications Committee, is an attempt to indicate the activities of the faculty and staff through their published work. For the first time the total number of entries is smaller than that of the preceding year because of the early deadline. We hope to pick up the items which were received too late for this list in the next issue. To all the faculty members who sent in promptly, books, journals, or reprints (with complete bibliographical details supplied where necessary), my most grateful thanks. This courtesy saved us hours of time. Once again I wish to express my appreciation of the work of Mrs. Margaret Fukuyama who typed the list within the allotted time despite difficulties. October 17, 1962 ANNE M. SMITH, Compiler and Editor. 5 PUBLICATIONS OF THE FACULTY AND STAFF SEPTEMBER I, 1961 — AUGUST 31, 1962 ADMINISTRATION JEFFELS, RONALD R. “A fall of birds.” Maclean’s 74:21+ No- i vember4 196i. MACKENZIE, NORMAN A. M. The autobiography of James T. Shot- 2 well. New York, Bobbs-Merrill; Toronto, McClelland & Stewart, 1961. 347 p. International journal i7: 165-7 Spring 1962. Re view. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL MECHANICS STALEY, L. M. “Recent developments in potato sprayer research,” 3 by T. A. Windt and L. M. Staley. Canadian agricultural engineer ing 4:36-8+ January 1962. WATSON, E. L. “Convert poultry manure to liquid; new method.” 4 Country life in British Columbia 48:20-I July 1962. “New B.C. Institute of technology.” Canadian food industries 33: 5 38-40 March 1962. “Variations in heat treatment of individual product particles in plate 6 heat exchangers.” W. L. Dunkley, E. L. Watson, and A. A. McKillop. Food technology 15:400-3 September 1961. DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY CONSTANTINIDES, pis “Advanced atherosclerosis of the human 7 type in the rabbit.” International symposium on drugs affecting lipid metabolism, Milan, June 1960. Proceedings i :277-87 [19611 Title of proceedings: Drugs affecting lipid metabolism. - “Estriol and prednisolone in rabbit atherosclerosis.” P. Constanti nides, N. Gutmann-Auersperg, D. Hospes, and K. Williams. Ar chives of pathology 73:277-80 April 1962. “Production of experimental atherosclerosis in animals.” Journal of atherosclerosis research i :374-85 December 1961. FRIEDMAN, SYDNEY M. “Measurement of sodium and potassium i o by glass electrodes.” Methods of biochemical analysis 10:71-106 1962. - “Sodium and potassium shifts associated with peripheral resistance i i changes in the dog.” By James D. Jamieson and Sydney M. Fried man. Circulation research 9:996-1004 September 1961. 7 / ‘ -4 .- .,—,‘ 8 9 “Sodium and tension in an artery segment.” By Sydney M. Friedman 12 and D. Bruce Allardyce. Circulation research II :84-9 July 1962. FRIEDMAN, SYDNEY M. and CONSTANCE L. “The relation of salt and water homeostasis to blood pressure with some reference to age ing.” Czechoslovak academy of sciences. Symposium on the development of homeostasis with special reference to factors of the environmert, Pragu; 1960. [Papers] 1961. p. 123-31. “Sodium and potassium exchanges and peripheral vascular resist- 14 ance.” American journal of cardiology 8:564-70 October 1961. FRIEDMAN, SYDNEY M. and NAKASHIMA, MIYOsHI “Single 15 sample analysis with the sodium electrode.” Analytical biochemistry 2:568-75 December 1961. SCHERRER, HARALD F. “Hypothalamic influences on electrical activity in the renal nerve of the rat.” Acta neurovegetativa 23: 499-522 März 1962. “Nature of the post-excitatory inhibition of sympathetic discharge.” Canadian federation of biological societies. Proceedings 5:72-3 1962. SRETER, FRANK A. “Relation of ionic distribution to work perform- i8 ance in young and old rats.” Federation proceedings 21 :317 March- April1962. WEBBER, WILLIAM A. “Interactions of neutral and acidic amino acids in renal tubular transport.” William A. Webber (with the technical assistance of Joel Klein) American journal of physiology 202:577- 83 March 1962. DIVISION OF ANIMAL SCIENCE KITTS, WARREN D. “Estrogen-like substances in legumes and grasses; the influence of fractionation and route of administration on the estrogenic activity of plant materials.” D. Ostrovsky and W. D. Kitts. Canadian journal of biochemistry and physiology 4o: 159-64 February 1962. NEILSON, NORA E. “Aconitic hydrase from Aspergillus niger; cis- 21 aconitate + H20 F citrate.” Methods in enzymology 5:614-6 1961. WOOD, A. j. “Nutritional requirements of the mink.” Western fur 22 farmer I: io-i April 1962. “Periodicity of growth in ungulates as shown by deer of the genus 23 Odocoileus.” A. J. Wood, I. McT. Cowan, and H. C. Nordan. Canadian journal of zoology 40:593-603 July 1962. See also nos. 55, 653. DEPARTMENT OF ANTHROPOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY / BELSHAW, CYRIL s. “On gathering population data.” South Pacific 24 bulletin 11:34+ October 1961. BORDEN, CHARLES E. Cultural sequences at The Dalles, Oregon: a contribution to Pacific Northwest prehistory. L. S. Cressman in collaboration with David L. Cole, Wilbur A. Davis, Thomas M. Newman, Daniel J. Scheans. American philosophical society. Transactions n.s., v.50, pt.I0. Philadelphia, 1960. io8 p. figures, maps, appendices. American antiquity 27:437-8 January 1962. Review. Fraser River archaeological project; progress report April 20, 1961. 26 Ottawa, Department of northern affairs and national resources, December 29 1961. 6 p. (National museum of Canada. Anthro pology papers no. i) DUNNING, R. WILLIAM “An aspect of recent Eskimo polygyny and 27 wife-lending in the eastern Arctic.” Human organization 2I 17- 20 Spring 1962. “Indians and Eskimos.” In Britannica book of the year; the year 28 in Canada 1962. p. 37. HAWTHORN, AUDREY E. Japanese music and musical instruments. 29 By William P. Malm. Rutland, Vt. and Tokyo, Charles E. Tuttle Co., 1959. 299 p. Pacific affairs 34:306 Fall 1961. Review. HAWTHORN, HARRY B. “The artist in tribal society: the Northwest Coast.” In The artist in tribal society; proceedings of a symposium held at the Royal anthropological institute, ed. by Marian W. Smith. London, Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1961. p. 59-70. (Royal anthro pological institute. Occasional paper no. i) Method in social anthropology. Selected essays by A. R. Radcliffe- 3’ Brown. Ed. by M. N. Srinivas. Chicago, University of Chicago press, 1958. 189 p. Pacific affairs 34:418 Winter 1961-62. Review. LYMAN, STANFORD M. The Oriental in North America. Vancouver, 32 B.C., Department of university extension, University of British Columbia, 1962. 67 p. A series of i i lectures given on CBU Radio. “Overseas Chinese in America and Indonesia: a review article.” 33 Pacific affairs 34:380-9 Winter 1961-62. The quest for equality—the Constitutions, Congress and the Supreme 34 Court. Robert J. Harris. Louisiana state university press. Uni versity of British Columbia law review I :595-6 April 1962. Review. 13 25 iG ‘7 20 30 8 MEISSNER, MARTIN Problems in the measurement of educational television consumption. Eugene, Ore., Institute for community 9 35 studies, November ig6i. 54 P. (Educational television project Preliminary report no. 4) At head of title: Studies in resistances to cultural innovations. NAEGELE, KASPAR D. “Youth and society; some observations.” 36 Daedalus; journal of the American academy of arts and science i: 47-67 Winter 1962. RICHMOND, ANTHONY H. The cultural integration of immigrants. 37 By W. D. Borne, et al. Paris and New York, Unesco, 1959. 297 p. Pacific affairs 34:320 Fall 1961. Review. WILLMOTT, WILLIAM E. The overseas Chinese. By Lois Mitchison. 38 London, Bodley head, 1961. 93 p. (Background books, ed. by Stephen Watts) Pacific affairs 34:307-8 Fall 1961. Review. The struggle for survival; Indian cultures and the Protestant ethic 39 in British Columbia. Forrest E. La Violette. Toronto, University of Toronto press, c1961. 201 p. illus. British Columbia library quarterly 25:35-6 January 1962. Review. SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE OBERLANDER, H. PETER “Planning education for newly inde- 40 pendent countries.” American institute of planners. Journal 28: 116-23 May 1962. ROGATNICK, ABRAHAM “Essence of city.” Canadian literature II: 41 77-8 Winter 1962. Review. “John Korner.” Canadian art 19:134-5 March/April 1962. “Onley.” Canadian art 19:146-7 March/April 1962. “Roy K. Kiyooka.” Canadian art i: 132-3 March/April 1962. 44 “The Palace Grand Theatre; reconstruction of a gold rush era opera 45 house in the Yukon.” R. M. Garret and A. Rogatnick. Royal architectural institute of Canada. Journal 39:63-6 April 1962. WISNICKI, B. PAUL “Architects and the structure.” Royal archi- 46 tectural institute of Canada. Journal 38:65-9 September 1961. DEPARTMENT OF ASIAN STUDIES HO, PING-TI Mei Lan-fang, leader of the pear garden. By A. C. 47 Scott. Hong Kong, Hong Kong university press; New York and London, Oxford university press, 1959. 139 p. Pacific affairs 34: 403-4 Winter 1961-62. Review. “Some problems of Shang culture and institutions: a review article.” 48 Pacific affairs 34:291-7 Fall 1961. HOWES, JOHN F. Japanese genre painting: the lively art of Renais sance Japan. By Kondo Ichitaro. Translated by Roy Andrew Miller. Rutland, Vt., and Tokyo, Japan, Charles E. Tuttle co., 1961. 148 p. Trades and crafts of Old Japan: leaves from a con temporary album. By Eric A. Kaemmerer. Rutland, Vt., and Tokyo, Japan, Charles E. Tuttle CO., 1961. I 14 p. Pacific affairs 35:179-80 Summer 1962. Review. KATO, SHUICHI The flower and willow world: the world of the geisha. By A. C. Scott. New York, Orion press, 1960. 208 p. Pacific affairs 34:396-7 Winter 1961-62. Review. “Nihon no shimbun — gaikoku no shimbun.” Asahi janaru 4:20-5 June 17 1962. LANGDON, FRANK C. “Big business lobbying in Japan: the case of 52 central bank reform.” American political science review 55:527-38 September 1961. “Organized interests in Japan and their influence on political parties.” 53 Pacific affairs 34:271-8 Fall 1961. Post-war democratization in Japan. v.i, nO.1 (1961) of Inter- 54 national social science journal. Paris, Unesco, 1961. p. 7-91. Pacific affairs 34:303-4 Fall i g6 i. Review. DEPARTMENT OF BACTERIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY DOLMAN, CLAUDE E. “Botulism . . . mink losses due to botulism,” 55 by R. J. Avery, P. L. Stovell, C. E. Dolman and A. J. Wood. Western fur farmer 1:18-21 February 1962. “Clostridium botulinum type F with recert observations on other 56 types.” C. E. Dolman and Lily Murakami. Journal of infectious diseases 1o9: 107-28 September-October 1961. GERWING, JULIA and DOLMAN, CLAUDE E. “Activation phenome- 57 non of Clostridium botulinum type E toxin.” Julia Gerwing, Claude E. Dolman, and David A. Arnott. Journal of bacteriology 84:302- 6 August 1962. STOCK, j. j. “Immunological studies on yeast phospho-monoesterases.” 58 By P. E. Braun, J. J. Stock, and F. A. Morrison. Canadian pharma ceutical journal 95:69-73 February 1962. DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY BRAGG, PHILIP IL “The arnminehydroxocopper(II) -diolate chela- 59 tion reaction.” By Richard E. Reeves and Philip Bragg. Ameri can chemical society. Journal 84:2491-5 July 5 1962. 49 50 51 42 43 I0 II “Cuprammonium-glycoside complexes. VIII. The copper to diol 6o combining ratio.” Richard E. Reeves and Philip Bragg. Journal of organic chemistry 26:3487-9 September 1961. “Studies on the carbohydrate metabolism of a gram-negative anaerobe 6i (Bacteroides symbiosus) used in the culture of Entamoeba histo lytica.” P. D. Bragg and Richard E. Reeves. Journal of bacterio logy 83:76-84 January 1962. BRAGG, PHILIP D. and POLGLASE, w. j. “Extracellular metabo- 62 lites of streptomycin mutants of Escherichia coli.” Journal of bac teriology 84:370-4 August 1962. JELLINCK, P. HARRY “Interactions of‘4C-Estrone with tryptophan in the presence of peroxidase.” P. H. Jellinck and Louise Irwin. Nature 192:660-I November x8 1961. “The oxidation of estrone- i6-C14 by peroxidase.” P. H. Jellinck and Louise Irwin. Canadian journal of biochemistry and physiology 40:459-69 April 1962. O’DONNELL, VINCENT j. “The biogenesis and transformations of steroid hormones by the adrenal cortex in the adrenogenital syn drome.” V. J. O’Donnell, Jean Birnie and Elizabeth MacArthur. Conference on the human adrenal cortex, Glasgow, 1960. Proceed ings p. 393-406 August 1962. Title of proceedings: The human adrenal cortex. PATERSON, A. R. p• “Resistance to 6-mercaptopurine. II. The 66 synthesis of thioinosinate in a 6-mercaptopurine-resistant subline of the Ehrlich ascites carcinoma.” Canadian journal of biochemistry and physiology 4o: 195-206 February 1962. PATERSON, A. R. i’. and HORI, A. “Resistance to 6-mercaptopurine. 67 I. Biochemical differences between the Ehrlich ascites carcinoma and a 6-mercaptopurine-resistant subline.” Canadian journal of biochemistry and physiology 4o: 181-94 February 1962. POLGLASE, w. j. “Alkaline degradation of dihydrostreptomycin.” 68 Journal of organic chemistry 27:1923 May 1962. TENER, GORDON M. “A method for the stepwise degradation of 69 deoxyribopolynucleotides.” By J. P. Vizsolyi and G. M. Tener. Chemistry and industry p. 263-4 February 10 1962. “The use of urea to eliminate the secondary binding forces in ion 70 exchange chromatography of polynucleotides.” American chemical society. Journal 84:2644-5 July 5 1962. DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGY AND BOTANY BANDONI, ROBERT j. “The genus Naematelia.” American midland 71 naturalist 66:319-28 October 1961. BIER, JOHN E. “An application of the clinical approach for expres sing the degree of tree vigor and vulnerability to disease.” FAO, International poplar commission, Working party on diseases, 3d session, Vienna, September io, 1961. Report September i8, 1961, p. 8-12 Annex 3. (FAO/CIP/MAL/i4) “A clinical approach to determine the degree of local tree vigor — a hypothesis.” National shade tree confereice, Minneapolis, August 20-5, 1961. Combined proceedings 37: i6o-i 1961. National shade tree conference, Western chapter, 28th, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, June 20-3, 1961. “The relation of bark moisture to the development of canker diseases caused by native, facultative parasites. VI. Pathogenicity studies of Hypoxylon pruinatum (Klotzsch) Cke., and Septoria musiva Pk. on species of Acer, Populus, and Salix.” Canadian journal of botany 39:1555-61 October 1961. “The relation of bark moisture to the development of canker diseases caused by native, facultative parasites. VII. Some effects of the saprophytes on the bark of poplar and willow on the incidence of hypoxylon canker. VIII. Ascospore infection of Hypoxylon pruina. tum (Klotzsch) Cke.” John E. Bier and Marian H. Rowat. Cana dian journal of botany 40:61-9, 897-901 January, June 1962. COLE, KATHLEEN “Chromosomal alternation of generations in Nereocystis luetkeana (Mertens) Postels and Ruprecht.” Lindley Kemp and Kathleen Cole. Canadian journal of botany 39:1711-24 November 1961. KRAJINA. VLADIMIR j. Campus trees and plants, by V. J. Krajina, 77 J. F. Rock and Harold St. John. Honolulu, University of Hawaii, 1962. 28p. map. Ecology of the forests of the Pacific Northwest. Vancouver, B.C. 78 Author, January 2 1962. 37 p. 1961 Progress report on N.R.C. grant no. T-92. KUIJT, JOB “Notes on the anatomy of the genus Oryctanthus 79 (Loranthaceae)” Canadian journal of botany 39:1809-16 No vember 1961. “A revision of Dendrophthora (Loranthaceae)” Wentia6: 1-145 1961. 8o ROUSE, GLENN E. “Devonian plants from the type section of the 81 Ghost River formation of western Alberta.” R. G. Greggs, D. C. McGregor and Glenn E. Rouse. Science 135:930-I March x6 1962. ‘3 63 64 65 72 73 74 75 12 “Perforosporites, a new genus of plant spores from the Lower Devonian of Eastern Canada.” Darcy L. Scott and Glenn E. Rouse. Journal of paleontology 35:977-80 September 1961. “Plant microfossils from the Burrard formation of western British Columbia.” micropaleontology 8: 187-2 18 april 1962. STEIN, JANET R. See nos. 474, 476. DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING EPSTEIN, NORMAN “Apply fluidization to gas humidification.” Chemical engineering 68:81-4 December 25 1961. SCOTT, DONALD s. “Diffusion of ideal gases in capillaries and porous solids.” D. S. Scott and F. A. L. Dullien. A.I.Ch.E. journal 8: 113-7 March 1962. “The flow of rarefied gases.” D. S. Scott and F. A. L. Dullien. A.I.Ch.E. journal 8:293-7 July 1962. “Gas diffusion with chemical reaction in porous solids.” Canadian journal of chemical engineering 4o: 173-7 August 1962. SMITH, j. w. “Heat transfer coefficients at the entry to the heating section.” Chemical engineering science i6: 128-31 December 1961. “Heat transfer to liquid fluidised systems and to suspensions of coarse particles in vertical transport.” By J. F. Richardson and J. W. Smith. Institution of chemical engineers. Transactions 40: 13-22 February 1962. DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY BARTLETT, NEIL R. “Dioxygenyl hexafluoroplatinate (V) O2+[PtF].” By Neil Bartlett and D. H. Lohmann. Chemical society. Proceedings p. 115-6 March 1962. “The preparation of palladium difluoride and complex fluorides of palladium in selenium tetrafluoride.” By Neil Bartlett and J. W.Quail. Chemical society. Journal p. 3728-32 September 1961. BARTLETT, NEIL R. and TROTTER, JAMES “Osmium oxide pentafluoride OsOF,.” By Neil Bartlett, N. K. Jha, and J. Trotter. Chemical society. Proceedings p. 277 August 1962. BONNETT, R. A. and McGREER, DONALD E. “Studies in the pyr roline series. I. The proton magnetic resonance spectra of some pyrrolines.” Canadian journal of chemistry 4o: 177-80 February 1962. ‘4 93 CULLEN, W. R. and FROST, DAVID C. “Ionization potentials of some perifuoroalkyl arsines.” Canadian journal of chemistry 40: 390-2 February 1962. ‘5 i o6 82 BRYCE, W. A. “The decomposition of n-pentane sensitized by allyl 94 radicals.” W. A. Bryce and M. S. Hardiman. Canadian journal of chemistry 4o: 103 1-5 May 1962. 83 BUTLER, JAMES N. “Calculating molar solubilities from equilibrium 95 constants.” Journal of chemical education 38: 460-3 September 1961. “The thermal decomposition of octafluorocyclobutane.” American 96 chemical society. Journal 84: 1393-8 April 20 1962. CLARK, HOWARD C. “The addition of tetrafluoroethylene to some 97 84 organo-tin compounds.” By M. A. A. Beg and H. C. Clark. Chemis try and industry p. 140 January 20 1962. “Chemistry of the trifluoromethyl group. Part IV. Diphenyltrifluoro- 98 85 methylphosphine and complex formation by phenyltrifluoromethyl phosphines. Part V. Infrared spectra of some phosphorus com pounds containing CF3.” M. A. A. Beg and H. C. Clark. Cana 86 dian journal of chemistry 40:283-8, 393-8 February, March 1962. “Coordination compounds of nickel (II) Part III. Further magne- 99 87 tic studies of solutions.” H. C. Clark, K. Macvicar, and R. J.O’Brien. Canadian journal of chemistry 40:822-5 April 1962. “The preparation and properties of vanadium tetrafluoride.” By ioo 88 R. G. Cavell and H. C. Clark. Chemical society. Journal p. 2692-8 July 1962. 8n ‘ ‘Trifluoromethyl compounds of germanium.” By H. C. Clark and i OXC. J. Willis. American chemical society. Journal 84:898-900 March 20 1962. CULLEN, W. R. “Improved preparation of bistrifluoromethylarsine.” 102 Canadian journal of chemistry 39: 1855-7 September 1961. “Perfluoroalkyl arsenicals. Part III. The preparation and properties 103 of some new trifluoromethyl and heptafluoropropyl arsines. Part IV. Some reactions of trifluoroiodomethane with alkyl arsines. Part V. Some solvolysis studies.” Canadian journal of chemistry 39: 2486- 9O 40:426-30, 575-8 December 1961, March, April 1962. I “Reaction of group V iodides with iodomethane and trifluoroiodo- 104 . methane in the presence of mercury” M M Baig and W R Cullen Canadian journal of chemistry 40 i6i 2 January 1962 2 “Reaction of iodomethane with tertiary arsine mercuric iodide corn- 105 plexes.” M. M. Baig, W. R. Cullen and D. S. Dawson. Canadian journal of chemistry 40:46-9 January 1962. CULLEN, w. R. and TROTTER, JAMES “Crystal data for diphenyl- 107 arsenicals.” Canadian journal of chemistry 39:2602-3 December 1961. “Stereochemistry of arsenic. Part III. o-phenylenediarsine oxy- io8 chloride.” Canadian journal of chemistry 4o: 1113-7 June I962. DUNELL, BASIL A. “A proton magnetic resonance study of phase 109 transitions in rubidium and caesium stearates.” By D. J. Shaw and B. A. Dunell. Faraday society. Transactions 58:132-7 January 1962. DUTTON, G. o. S. “The constitution of a hemicellulose of cherry iio wood (Prunus avium L. var. Bing)” G. G. S. Dutton and Shirley A. McKelvey. Canadian journal of chemistry 39:2582-9 December 1961. “The constitution of a synthetic xylan. I. General structural features.” III G. G. S. Dutton and A. M. Unrau. Canadian journal of chemistry 40:1479-82 August 1962. “The constitution of the hemicellulose of apple wood (Malus pumila I I 2 L. var. Golden Transparent)” G. G. S. Dutton and T. G. Murata. Canadian journal of chemistry 39:1995-2000 October 1961. “Methylation of sugar dithioacetals. III. D-galactose diethyl dithio- 113 acetal.” G. G. S. Dutton and Y. Tanaka. Canadian journal of chemistry 4o: 1146-8 June 1962. “Methylation of sugar mercaptals. II. L-arabinose diethyl mercap- 114 tal.” G. G. S. Dutton and Y. Tanaka. Canadian journal of chemistry 39:1797-800 September 1961. “The structural analysis of some acidic xylans by periodate oxida- 115 tion.” G. G. S. Dutton and A. M. Unrau. Canadian journal of chemistry 40:348-52 February 1962. “The structure of a synthetic glucan. I. General structural features.” i 16 G. G. S. Dutton and A. M. Unrau. Canadian journal of chemistry 40:1196-200 June 1962. FROST, nvm c. and McDOWELL, C. A. “The photoionization of I 17 nitrogen dioxide.” D. C. Frost, D. Mak and C. A. McDowell. Canadian journal of chemistry 4o: 1064-7 June 1962. HARRISON, LIONEL 0. A laboratory course in chemistry. Toronto, 118 McGraw-Hill Co. of Canada ltd., 1962. [vi], 150 p. tables. “Reaction of hydrogen chloride gas with sodium bromide; a study in 119 surface thermodynamics.” By L. G. Harrison and R. A. Siddiqui. Faraday society. Transactions 58:982-96 May 1962. HAYWARD, L. DOUGLAS “Photolysis of nitrate esters. Part I. Photo- 120 nitration of diphenylamine.” L. D. Hayward, R. A. Kitchen and i6 D. J. Livingstone. Canadian journal of chemistry 40:434-40 March 1962. HOCHSTRASSER, ROBIN M. “The luminescence of complex mole- 12 I cules in relation to the internal conversion of excitation energy. Part III. The total emission spectra of l-naphthoic acid.” Cana dian journal of chemistry 39:1776-82 September 1961. HOOLEY, j. GILBERT “Complexes between lamellar structures and 122 bromine, iodine chloride, and chromyl chloride.” Canadian journal of chemistry 4o: 745-64 April 1962. JAMES, D. G. L. “A kinetic study of the addition of the ethyl radical 123 to conjugated dienes.” By A. C. R. Brown and D. G. L. James. Chemical society. Proceedings p. 81 February 1962. “A kinetic study of the metathetical and addition reactions character- 124 istic of ally1 polymerization.” A. C. R. Brown and D. G. L. James. Canadian journal of chemistry 4o: 796-803 April 1962. KUTNEY, JAMES P. “Alkaloid studies XXXII. Studies on Skytan thus acutus Meyen. The structure of the monoterpenoid alkaloid skytanthine.” Carl Djerassi, J. P. Kutney and M. Shamma. Tetra hedron 18:183-8 January 1962. “Synthesis in the pyridine series. II. The synthesis of new 3,4,5- trialkylated pyridines.” James P. Kutney and T. Tabata. Cana dian journal of chemistry 4o: 1140-5 June 1962. “Synthesis of 6-azà-steroids: a novel class of steroidal hormones.” 127 By J. P. Kutney and R. A. Johnson. Chemistry and industry p. 1713-4 October 21 1961. “Total synthesis of steroidal derivatives. I. Synthesis of hydrochry- 128 sene analogues and related compounds.” James P. Kutney, Wm. McCrae, and Arnold By. Canadian journal of chemistry 40:982- 90 May 1962. UN, w. c. and McDOWELL, C. A. “Electron spin resonance of an X-ray irradiated single crystal of a-glycylglycine.” Molecular physics 4:333-42 July 1961. “Electron spin resonance of X-ray-irradiated single crystals of dl alanine hydrochloride.” Canadian journal of chemistry 4o: 1060-3 June 1962. “Electron spin resonance of X-ray irradiated single crystals of potas- 131 sium hydrogen malonate.” Molecular physics 4:343-8 July 1961. McDOWELL, C. A. “Electron-spin resonance spectra of some diazine 132 radical anions.” By C. A. McDowell, K. F. Paulus, and J; R. Row- lands. Chemical society. Proceedings p. 6o-i February 1962. 17 125 126 129 130 “Hyperfine structure in the electron spin resonance spectrum of the 133 diphenylene radical anion.” C. A. McDowell and K. F. Paulus. Canadian journal of chemistry 40:828-30 April 1962. “Mass spectrometry.” In Molecular physics. New York, Academic i press, 1962. (Methods of experimental physics v.3, ed. by Dudley Williams) pt.5. McGREER, DONALD E. “Investigations in the bicycloheptane series. 135 Part I. The electronic effect of methyl groups on C6 of the norbornyl cation.” Canadian journal of chemistry 4o: 1554-8 August 1962. MAK, T. a. w. and TROTTER, JAMES “The crystal and molecular 136 structure of biphenylene.” Chemical society. Journal p. 1-8 Janu ary 1962. OGRYZLO, E. A. “Halogen atom reactions. I. The electrical dis- 137 charge as a source of halogen atoms.” Canadian journal of chemis try 39:2556-62 December 1961. PINCOCK, RICHARD E. “tert-Butyl peroxyformate. A highly stable 138 peroxide and a new form of induced peroxide decomposition.” American chemical society. Journal 84:312-3 January 20 1962. ROSENTHAL, ALEX “Cyclization of aromatic phenylhydrazones 139 with carbon monoxide to yield substituted phthalimidines.” Alex Rosenthal and Mary R. S. Weir. Canadian journal of chemistry 40:610-4 April 1962. “Oxo reaction in carbohydrate chemistry.” Methods in carbohydrate 140 chemistry 2:457-64 1962. “Reactions of aliphatic arylhydrazones and of aniline with carbon 141 monoxide to yield ureas.” Canadian journal of chemistry 40: I 718- 20 August 1962. STEWART, ROSS “The basicities of ortho-substituted benzoic acids.” Ross Stewart and Maurice R. Granger. Canadian journal of chemistry 39:2508-15 December 1961. “Carbonium perchlorates in chloroform solution.” A. L. Gatzke and Ross Stewart. Canadian journal of chemistry 39:1849-53 Sep tember 1961. “The H— scale and the acidity of aromatic amines.” Ross Stewart 144 and J. P. O’Donnell. 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(Research papers no. 50) - DEPARTMENT OF GEOGRAPHY CHAPMAN, JOHN ii “World manufacturing — a United Nations’ 334 view.” Canadian association of geographers. British Columbia division. Occasional papers 3:105-17 May 1962. 321 322 332 3° 3’ FARLEY, ALBERT L. “Fact and fancy in mapping Northwest Arner- 335 ica in i 8oo.” Canadian association of geographers. British Colum bia division. Occasional papers 3:37-51 May 1962. HARDWICK, WALTER G. “Changing corridors to Alaska.” Journal 3.36 of geography 6i :49-57 February 1962. “Log towing rates in coastal British Columbia.” Professional geo- 337 grapher 13:1-5 September 1961. “Moran Dam and availability of cultivated land in interior British 338 Columbia.” Canadian association of geographers. British Colum bia division. Occasional papers 3:87-92 May 1962. HOOSON, ovm j. M. “A new Soviet heartland?” Geographical 339journal 128:19-29 March 1962. Also in Thought; from the Learned societies of Canada 1961. p. 255-28. Physical geography of Asiatic Russia. By S. P. Suslov. Trans- 340 lated by N. D. Gershevsky. Edited by J. E. Williams. London, W. H. Freeman, ig6i. xiv, 594 p. maps, diagrams, drawings. Scottish geographical magazine 77:184 December 1961. Review. U.S.S.R. : its people, its society, its culture, by Thomas Fitzsimmons, 341 Peter Malof and John C. Fiske. New Haven, Human relations area files, 1960. (Survey of world cultures no. 7) Geographical review 51:595-6 October 1961. Review. MACKAY, j. ROSS “Freeze-up and break-up of the lower Mackenzie River, Northwest Territories.” International symposium on Arctic geology, 1st, Calgary, Alta., January 11-3, ig6o. Proceedings : 1119-34 1961. Title of proceedings: Geology of the Arctic. Under the auspices of the Alberta society of petroleum geologists. “Geomorphology and the geography student.” Canadian geographer 343 5:30-3 Autumn 1961. NORTH, ROBERT N. “The location of the Soviet forest products 344 industry.” Canadian association of geographers. British Columbia division. Occasionalpapers 3:63-9 May 1962. ROBINSON, J. LEWIS Articles on British Columbia, New Brunswick, 345 Newfoundland, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Saskatchewan, and Yukon. American peoples encyclopedia 1962. Articles on Canada (in part), Dawson, Georgia (Strait of), Haro 346 Strait, Juan de Fuca, Kootenay River, Milk River, Yukon River, and Yukon Territory. Encyclopaedia Britannica 1962. “Research organizations in Canada.” Resources for tomorrow con- 347 ference, Montreal, October 23-8, 1961. Proceedings of the con ference 3:252-4 1962. STAGER, JOHN IC. “Fur trading posts in the Mackenzie region up 348 to 1850.” Canadian association of geographers. British Columbia division. Occasionalpapers 3:52-62 May 1962. WALTON, ALAN D. “Regional air-photo interpretation in an old land; 349 the Staffordshire Potteries.” Canadian association of geographers. British Columbia division. Occasional papers 3:26-36 May 1962. DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY DANNER, WILBERT R. Guidebook for geological field trips; San Juan, 350 Wash. Vancouver, University of British Columbia, Department of geology, May 1962. 21 p. illus., maps. MaTAGGART, K. c. The geology of Keno and Galena Hills, Yukon 35’ Territory (Io5M) Ottawa, Queen’s printer, 1960. 1X, 37 p. maps. (Canada. Geological survey of Canada. Bulletin 58) “Nuées ardentes and fluidization — a reply.” American journal of 352 science 260:470-6 June 1962. WARREN, HARRY V. “Does geology hold a key to better health?” 353 Mining engineering 14:41-5 July 1962. “Energy and population in world affairs.” B.C. professional engineer 354 13:11-6 August 1962. “Role of geology in diet.” Canadian dietetic association. Journal 355 23:14-7 ig6i. WARREN, HARRY V. and DELAVAULT, ROBERT E. “Aqua regia 356 extractable lead and molybdenum in eruptive rocks.” Royal society of Canada. Transactions 3d series. 55(section 4) :67-73 June 1961. “The lead, copper, zinc, and molybdenum content of some limestones 357 and related rocks in Southern Ontario.” Economic geology 56: 1265-72 November 1961. “Lead in some food crops and trees.” Journal of the science of food 358 and agriculture 13:96-8 February 1962. “Pathfinding elements in geochemical prospecting.” Congreso geo- 359 logico internacional, 2oa., Ciudad de Mexico, 1956. Symposium de exploracio’n geoquimica 2:255-60 1959. WILLIAMS, M. v. “The earth sciences and the Royal Society of 360 Canada.” Royal society of Canada. Proceedings 3d series. 55: 65-79 June ig6i. DEPARTMENT OF GERMAN BATTS, MICHAEL S. Die Form der Aventiuren im Nibelungenlied. 361 Giessen, Wilhelm Schmitz Verlag, 1961. 96 p. (Beiträge zur deut schen Philologie Band 29) 342 32 33 “The idealised landscape in Gottfried’s Tristan.” Neophilologus 46 362 226-33 Juli 1962. “Zahiensymbolik und die Struktur der mittelalterlichen Epen.” 363 Doitsu bungaku 27:147 Oktober 1961. GOETZ, MARKETA “Barker Fairley’s book on Raabe.” University 364 of Toronto quarterly 31:260-4 January 1962. Review article. “The short stories: a possible clue to Wilhelm Raabe.” Germanic 365 review 37:55-67 January 1962. HALLAMORE, JOYCE “Zur Siebenzahl in Thomas Manns Zauber- 366 berg.” German quarterly 35:17-9 January 1962. McNEELY, JAMES A. “Historical relativism in Wieland’s concept of 367 the ideal state.” Modern language quarterly 22:269-82 September 1961. Politics and religion in seventeenth-century France. Von W. J. Stankiewicz. Berkeley and Los Angeles, University of California press; Toronto, University of Toronto press; Cambridge, Cambridge university press, 1960. 269 Seiten. Der deutsche Hugenott 25: 88-9! Oktober 1961. Review article. DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES BOSHER, JOHN F. Parliamentary government in France: revolu- 369 tionary origins, 1789-1791. By R. K. Gooch. Ithaca, N.Y., Cornell university press; Toronto, Thomas Allen ltd., 1960. x, 253 p. Canadian historical review 42:355-6 December 1961. Review. The prophets of Paris. By Frank.E. Manuel. Cambridge, Harvard 370 urnversity press, 1962. Xiii, 291 p. French profiles; prophets and pioneers. By G. P. Gooch. London, Longmans, 1961. viii, 291 p. Humanities association bulletin 12: 103-4 Spring i 962. Review. COOKE, A. C. The King’s servants, the civil service of Charles I, 37! 1625-42. G. E. Aylmer. New York, Columbia university press, 1961. Xii, 521 p. illus., tables, maps. Renaissance news 15:47-8 Spring 1962. Review. HARNETTY, PETER The white rajahs: a history of Sarawak from 372 1841 to 1946. By Steven Runciman. Cambridge, At the university press; Toronto, The Macmillan co. of Canada ltd., 1960. xii, 320 p. Canadian historical review 42:244-5 September 1961. Review. LAWRENCE, JOSEPH C. “British Columbia.” In Collier’s encyclo- 373 pedia year book 1962. p. 114-5. “Canada.” In Collier’s encyclopedia year book 1962. p. 124-9. The living land: an account of the natural resources of British Columbia. By Roderick Haig-Brown. New York, William Morrow 34 & co., 1961. 269 p. illus., colored maps. Forest history 5:17 Winter 1962. Review. Arthur Meighen. I. The door of opportunity. 376 Toronto, Clarke, Irwin & co. ltd., 1960. x, historical review 42:228-9 September 1961. Mémoires. L Ma vie privée; II. Gravissant la colline; III. “Quar- 377 ante ans dans la tourmente politico-réligieuse.” Par T. D. Bouchard. Montréal, Editions Beauchemin, 1960. 170, 284, 251 p. Canadian historical review 43:75-6 March 1962. Review. NORRIS, JOHN M. The correspondence of Edmund Burke. III. July 1774-June 1778. Ed. by George H. Guttridge. 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Canadian historical review 42:350-I December i 961. Review. “Canadian realpolitik.” Canadian literature II :75-6 Winter 1962. Review. Courage: the story of Sir James Dunn. By Lord Beaverbrook. 384 Fredericton, N.B., Brunswick press, 1961. 280 p. illus. Canadian historical review 43:73 March 1962. Review. The elements combined: a history of the Steel company of Canada. 385 By William Kilbourn. Toronto and Vancouver, Clarke, Irwin & co. ltd., 1960. XX11, 335 p. Canadian historical review 42:236-7 September 1961. Review. SOWARD, F. H. Agreement in principle. By Peter Stursberg. 386 Toronto, Longmans, Green, 1961. 286 p. International journal 17:177 Spring 1962. Review. 35 NEATBY, H. BLAIR. By Roger Graham. 341 p. Canadian Review. 368 378 379 382 383 374 375 The art of the possible: government and foreign policy in Canada. 387 By James Eayrs. Toronto, University of Toroito press, 1961. viii, 232 p. Canadian historical review 43:69-70 March 1962. Review. “Uneasy neighbours.” Canadian literature 13:82-3 Summer 1962. 388 Review. DEPARTMENT OF THE HISTORY OF MEDICINE AND SCIENCE GIBSON, WILLIAM C. “Medical pioneers in aviation.” Journal of the history of medicine and allied sciences 17:83-93 January 1962. “Merchant princes and medicine.” Canadian medical association journal 86:659-61 April 7 1962. “Pioneers in localization of function in the brain.” American medi cal association. Journal 180:944-51 June i6 1962. FACULTY OF LAW BOURNE, CHARLES B. “The Columbia River Treaty: another view.” International journal 17:137-40 Spring 1962. CARROTHERS, A. W. R. “Compulsory arbitration in creation of the collective agreement.” University of British Columbia law review 1:461-70 September 1961. “The graduate programme.” University of British Columbia law review 1:560-2 April 1962. 389 390 39’ 392 393 394 “Secondary picketing.” Canadian bar review 40:57-78 March 1962. 395 HERBERT, R. 0. “Maintenance in nullity actions; the B.C. 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LIBRARY BELL, INGLIs F. “Canadian literature — 1961; a checklist. English- Canadian literature.” Ed. and comp. by Inglis F. Bell. Canadian literature II :79-89 Winter 1962. “Hero without a face.” Canadian literature 12:71-2 Spring 1962. Review. BELL, INGLIS F. and SELBY, JOAN Reference books in English literature; an annotated list of basic books for undergraduates. Rev. ed. Inglis F. Bell, Joan Selby and Elizabeth Vogel. Vancouver, B.C., Humanities division, University of British Columbia library, 1961. 35 p. BEWER, LORE Official guide to Pacific Northwest and Century 21 exposition, by the editorial staffs of Sunset books and Sunset maga zine. Menlo Park, Calif., Lane book co., 1961. 173 p. illus. British Columbia library quarterly 26:33-5 July 1962. Review. FRASER, M. DOREEN E. “A community of librarians in the com munity.” BCLA reporter 5:1-2 July 1962. RANZ, JAMES “Alexander J. 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Kay Cronin. 416 “On spectral estimation.” American mathematical society. Bulletin 435 Vancouver, Mitchell press, 1960. 225 p. illus. British Columbia 68:33-5 January 1962. library quarterly 25:38-40 January 1962. Review. “New faces at a new library school.” British Columbia library 457 THOMPSON, ROBERT C. “Commutators in the special and general 432 quarterly 25:23-8 October i 961. linear groups.” American mathematical society. Transactions 101: 16-33 October 1961. DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS TRAVERS, KEN j. “An experiment in Math 8.” BC teacher i: 433 337-8+ May-June 5962. DIVINSKY, NATHAN j. “General radicals that coincide with the 418 classical radical on rings with D.C.C.” Canadian journal of mathe- “Some experiences in teaching topics from set theory to an elementary 434 matics [3(4): 639-44 1961. school arithmetic class.” B.C.A.M.T. journal i :45-50 February 5962. FROESE, CHARLOTTE “An evaluation of Runge-Kutta type methods 419 for higher order differential equations.” Association for computing WHITTAKER, JAMES v. “Coincidence sets and transformations of 435 machinery. Journal 8:637-44 October 1961. function spaces.” American mathematical society. Transactions 101 :459-76 December 1961. HULL, THOMAS E. “Random number generators.” T. E. Hull and 420 A. R. Dobell. SIAM review; a publication of the Society for indus trial and applied mathematics 4:230-54 July 1962. DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING HULL, THOMAS E. and NEWBERY, A. C. R. “Corrector formulas for 425 BOSTON, RALPH E. “A simulation of the economy of British 436 multi-step integration methods.” Society for industrial and applied Columbia — a guide to industrial development.” Engineering jour- mathematics. Journal [0:351-69 June 1962. nal 44:69-75 November 1961. EIC ig6i annual general meeting paper no. 47. JAMES, RALPH D. “‘Advanced’ mathematics from an ‘elementary’ 422 standpoint.” Journal of education [UBC] 6:70-2 December 1961. BROCKLEY, CHRISTOPHER A. “Engineering education.” UBC 437 engineer 2:2-4 5962. MARCUS, MARVIN ii and MINC, HENRYK “On the relation between 423 “The wear characteristics of the oscillating bearing.” Wear : 333-44 438 the determinant and the permanent.” Illinois journal of mathe- September/October 1961. matics 5:376-81 September 1961. BROCKLEY, CHRISTOPHER A. and YOUNG, JOHN “Damped free 439 ONO, TAKASHI “Arithmetic of algebraic tori.” Annals of mathe- 424 vibration of a single degree of freedom system.” Manchester college matics 74:101-39 July 1961. of science and technology. Bulletin of mechanical engineering edu “An identification of Suzuki groups with groups of generalized Lie 425 cation 20:7-10 July 1961. type.” Annals of mathematics 75:251-9 March 5962. PARKINSON, o. v. “An aeroelastic oscillator with two stable lImit 440 SION, MAURICE “Approximate continuity and differentiation.” 426 cycles.” G. V. Parkinson and J. D. Smith. Journal of applied Canadian journal of mathematics 54:467-76 1962. mechanics 29444-5 June 5962. “On a definition of ordinal numbers.” By Maurice Sion and Richard 427 Aspects of the aeroelastic behaviour of bluff cylinders. Montreal, 445 Willmott. American mathematical monthly 69:381-6 May 5962. Engineering institute of Canada, 1962. 8 p. EIC [962 annual general meeting paper no. 58. SWANSON, CHARLES A. “Asymptotic estimates for limit circle prob- 428 lems.” Pacific journal of mathematics 11:1549-59 Winter 1961. YOUNG, JOHN “The thermal wedge effect in hydrodynamic lubri- 442 cation.” Engineering journal 45:46-54 March 5962. “An inequality for linear transformations with eigenvalues.” Ameri- 429 EIC ig6i annual general meeting paper no. 42. can mathematical society. Bulletin 67:607-8 November [96 I. “On a non-analytic perturbation problem.” Canadian mathematical 430 bulletin 4:243-8 September 1961. 38 39 DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE BOGOCH, ABRAHAM “Steatorrhea due to chronic pancreatitis and 443 pancreatic atrophy following gastric surgery.” D. R. Wilson, L. F. W. Loach and A. Bogoch. Canadian medical association jour nal 87:9-15 July 7 1962. COX, ALBERT R. “A mathematical model of heart rate control by 444 sympathetic and vagus efferent information.” Homer R. Warner and Albert Cox. Journal of applied physiology 17:349-55 March 1962. “Medical diagnosis by computer.” Robert A. Bruce and Albert R. 445 Cox. Northwest medicine 6o: 1075-82 November 1961. FORD, DENYS K. “Dysplastic lesions of the bronchial tree.” D. K. 446 Ford, H. K. Fidler and D. R. Lock. Cancer 14:1226-34 November- December 1961. See also no. 483. HASSELBACK, RICHARD C. “A critical review of the evidence for 447 a continuous hemostasis in vivo.” Peter F. Hjort and Richard Hasselback. 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Transactions 221 :1263-4 December 1961. WARREN, i. H. and FORWARD, F. A. “Hydrometallurgical pro- 458 duction of uranium dioxide for reactor fuel elements.” Canadian mining and metallurgical bulletin 54:743-9 October 1961. Also in the Institute’s Transactions 64:438-44 1961. DEPARTMENT OF MINING AND GEOLOGICAL ENGINEERING THOMPSON, a. M. X-ray powder data for ore minerals: the Pea- 459 cock atlas. By L. G. Berry and R. M. Thompson. New York, Geological society of America, 1962. 281 p. plates. (Memoir 8) DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC MARQUIS, 0. WELTON “Your new music program at U.B.C.” Arts 460 council news and calendar 13: I April 1962. DEPARTMENT OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY BOYES, DAVID A. “Advantages and disadvantages of conservative management of carcinoma in situ.” D. A. Boyes and H. K. Fidler. Acta cytologica 6:163-4 March-April 1962. Symposium on probable or possible malignant cervical lesions: carcinoma in situ. “May one treat the ‘Early invasive carcinoma (microcarcinoma)’ less radically than the more extensive invasive carcinoma?” D. A. Boyes and H. K. Fidler. Acta cytologica 6:174 March-April 1962. Symposium on probable or possible malignant cervical lesions: carcinoma in situ. 41 461 462 “Significance of in situ carcinoma of the uterine cervix.” D. A. Boyes, 463 H. K. Fidler and D. R. Lock. British medical journal 5273:203-5 January 27 1962. See also nos. 502-4. CLAMAN, A. DAVID “Hydramnios: review and report of 8i cases.” 464 T. B. MacLachian and A. D. Claman. Canadian medical associa tion journal 86: 106-9 January 20 1962. COSTELLO, J. BERNARD “Morality & majority rule.” Canadian 465 doctor 28:25-8 March 1962. INSTITUTE OF OCEANOGRAPHY BARY, BRIAN MCK. “Biology in coastal inlets of British Columbia.” National coastal and shallow water research conference, Baltimore, Md., Tallahassee, Fla., Los Angeles, Calif., October 1961. Pro ceedings i : 738-40 February 1962. Sponsored by the National science foundation and the Office of naval research. “Scattering of underwater sound in Saanich Inlet, British Columbia.” 467 B. M. Bary, W. E. Barraclough and R. Herlinveaux. Nature 194: 36-7 April 7 1962. COCKBAIN, A. E. “Studies in the marine geology of the continental shelf off British Columbia, Canada.” National coastal and shallow water research conference, Baltimore, Md., Tallahassee, Fla., Los Angeles, Calif., October 1961. Proceedings 1:741-3 February 1962. Sponsored by the National science foundation and the Office of naval research. PICKARD, 0. L. “Oceanographic features of inlets in the British 469 Columbia mainland coast.” Fisheries research board of Canada. Journal 18:907-99 December 1961. “Physical oceanography in British Columbia.” National coastal and shallow water research conference, Baltimore, Md., Tallahassee, Fla., Los Angeles, Calif., October 1961. Proceedings 1:746-7 February 1962. Sponsored by the National science foundation and the Office of naval research. SCAGEL, ROBERT F. “Coastal studies of marine algae in British Columbia and the North Pacffic.” National coastal and shallow water research conference, Baltimore, Md., Tallahassee, Fla., Los Angeles, Calif., October 1961. Proceedings i :748-50 February 1962. Sponsored by the National science foundation and the Office of naval research. “The distribution of certain benthonic algae in Queen Charlotte strait, 472 British Columbia, in relation to some environmental factors.” Pacific science 15:494-539 October 1961. “The genus Dasyclonium J. Agardh.” Canadian journal of botany 473 40:1017-40 July 1962. “Marine nannoplankton from a British Columbia fjord.” Robert F. 474 Scagel and Janet R. Stein. Canadian journal of botany 39: 1205- 13 September 1961. Marine plant resources of British Columbia. Ottawa, Fisheries 475 research board of Canada, 1961. Vii, 39 p. (Bulletin no. 127) “Xanthophycomonas: a proposed change.” Robert F. Scagel and 476 Janet R. Stein. Phycological news bulletin i: ii November 1961. STEWART, ROBERT W. “Determination of the rate of dissipation of turbulent energy near the sea surface in the presence of waves.” R. W. Stewart and H. L. Grant. Journal of geophysical research 67:3177-80 July 1962. “Heat flux from the ocean bed produced by dissipation of the tides.” R. W. Stewart, G. F. Carrier, A. R. Robinson and H. Stommel. Deep-sea research 8(3/4) : 275-9 1961. “Turbulence spectra from a tidal channel.” By H. L. Grant, R. W. 479 Stewart and A. Moilliet. Journal of fluid mechanics 12:241-68 February 1962. WILLIAMS, PETER M. “Mullin and Riley nitrate determination in 480 the presence of hydrogen sulfide.” Peter M. Williams and Arthur R. Coote. Limnology and oceanography 7:258 April 1962.. Some preliminary studies on sea water directly above the sediment— 481 sea water interface. Vancouver, Institute of oceanography, Uni versity of British Columbia, January 1962. 4 p. tables, figures. DEPARTMENT OF PAEDIATRICS DUNN, HENRY 0. “Mental retardation research in Canada.” Can- 482 ada’s mental health : i-6 November 1961. DUNN, HENRY 0. and MILLER, JAMES R. “Benign congenital hypo- 483 tonia with chromosomal anomaly.” Henry G. Dunn, Denys K. Ford, Nelly Auersperg and James R. Miller. Pediatrics 28:578-91 October 1961. GIBSON, WILLIAM M. “Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis.” Arthritis & 484 rheumatism 5:211-7 April 1962. GRAHAM, BRUCE D. “Mother-baby oxygen gradients.” Journal of 485 pediatrics 60:882-8 June 1962. KENDALL, DAVID c. “Diagnostic procedures for auditory disorders 486 in children.” L. M. De Carlo, D. C. Kendall and R. Goldstein. Folia phoniatrica 14:206-64 1962. 466 477 478 468 470 47’ 42 43 McCREARY, JOHN F. “The health sciences centre: the University of British Columbia.” Canadian medical association journal 86: 634-6 April 7 1962. “Medical care; where are we going?” U.B.C. alumni chronicle 15: 20-I Winter 1961. “University of British Columbia, Faculty of medicine, Vancouver, 489 British Columbia.” John F. McCreary and James M. Mather. Canadian medical association journal 86:658-9 April 7 1962. MILLER, JAMES R. “Effect of cortisone on the developing mouse 490 fretus.” Nature 194:891-2 June 2 1962. “A new mutation (sph) causing neonatal jaundice in the house 491 mouse.” Milton Joe, J. Mavis Teasdale and James R. Miller. Canadian journal of genetics and cytology 4:219-25 June 1962. “Some research uses of registries for the handicapped.” In Abstracts 492 of papers presented at the Information meeting on radiation biology, by Howard B. Newcombe. Chalk River, Ontario, Atomic energy of Canada limited, November 1961. (CRB-xo6o) p. 2.2.1-2. “Serum-creatine-kinase and carrier detection in muscular dystrophy.” 493 J. R. Miller, P. L. McGeer and C. J. Nichol. Lancet 7248:201 July 28 1962. “A strain difference in response to the teratogenic effect of maternal 494 fasting in the house mouse.” Canadian journal of genetics and cytology 4:69-78 March 1962. See also nos. 588, 593. ROBINSON, GEOFFREY C. and MILLER, JAMES IL “Occurrence of 495 congenital adrenal hyperplasia in half sisters.” Geoffrey C. Robin son, James R. Miller and Hamish W. McIntosh. Pediatrics 28: 946-9 December 1961. SEGAL, SYDNEY and GRAHAM, BRUCE B. “Respiratory-distress syn- 496 drome in the newborn.” Clinical obstetrics and gynecology 5:123- 40 March 1962. DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY AUERSPERG, NELLY “Chromosome observations on three epithelial- 497 cell cultures derived from carcinomas of the human cervix.” Nelly Auersperg and Annette P. Hawryluk. 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