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  • Western Pacific paleoceanography across the Early–Middle Pleistocene boundary (~773 ka, Marine Isotope Stage 19): Dinoflagellate cysts of the Chiba composite section, Japan. 

    Balota, Eseroghene
    The Chiba composite section, central Boso Peninsular, Japan, is a candidate Global Boundary Stratotype Section and Point for the Early–Middle Pleistocene Subseries boundary. This well-exposed, continuous and expanded ...
  • Social cues can push amphibious fish to their thermal limits 

    Currie, Suzanne; Tattersall, Glenn J (2018-10-31)
    Social context can impact how animals respond to changes in their physical environment. We used an aggressive, amphibious fish, the mangrove rivulus (Kryptolebias marmoratus) with environmentally-determined sociality to ...
  • Postcard with Swastika and 4 Local Postcards 

    Adams, Anne (2018-11-01)
    14 cm. x 9 cm. coloured postcard.
  • George A. Nunamaker Fonds, 1664-1985, n.d. (non-inclusive) 

    Adams, Anne (2018-10-23)
    Fonds consists of genealogical records concerning the Nunamaker, and related families. Includes compiled family histories, marriage, birth and death records, newspaper clippings, as well as some correspondence and historical ...
  • Map of the British Provinces of North America in 1860 

    Johnston, Keith (1860)
    Map of the British Provinces of North America in 1860. A large, folding, linen backed map of Canada with part of New Brunswick & Nova Scotia, showing the Line of Grand Trunk Railway and its connections, by Keith Johnston. ...
  • Certificates of appointment, 1859-1860 

    Unknown author (1859)
    Certificates of appointment, 1859-1860. Two certificates of appointment issued by the Admiralty to Seymour, both relating to HMS Hero. The first certificate appoints Seymour Captain on April 29, 1859. The second certificate ...
  • Letter written by George Henry Seymour, 1860 

    Seymour, George Henry (1860-09-16)
    Letter written by George Henry Seymour, 1860. The letter is dated at Niagara, September 16, 1860. He writes that “…when we got here, the D. of Newcastle received a proposal from Mr. Blondin to wheel the Prince over ...
  • Letters regarding the HMS Hero 

    Lindsay, E.B.; Smith, I.; Milne, Alex (1860-08)
    Letters regarding the HMS Hero. Three copies of letters dated August 20, 1860, August 28, 1860 and August 30, 1860, concerning the grounding of the HMS Hero at the mouth of the Saguenay River a few days earlier, due to ...
  • Letters written by George Henry Seymour to his father, 1860 

    Seymour, George Henry (1860-08)
    Letter written by George Henry Seymour to his father, 1860. The letter is dated at Halifax, August 4, 1860 and describes the Prince’s warm welcome in Newfoundland. He goes on to comment on the possibility of hostilitie ...
  • Travel journal, 1855-1860 

    Seymour, George Henry (1855-1860)
    Travel journal, 1855-1860. The first 8 pages of the journal contain entries from the HMS Pembroke in the Gulf of Finland in 1855. The remaining entries are “the dates & c of sailing and arrival of HMS Hero during HRH ...
  • Spectator fragment 

    Unknown author (1818)
    The Spectator: This is a partial page with the date and number removed. The notice is “all persons indebted to the late firm of Street and Woodruff are hereby called upon to make payment to Timothy Street”. The date of ...
  • The Spectator, May 3, 1816 no. 14 

    Unknown author (1816-05-03)
    The Spectator: printed and published for the proprietors at the Village of St. Davids, Upper Canada: Paper dated May 3, 1816 no. 14 contains a notice on the back page that Messrs. Street and Woodruff have established a ...
  • Tape #17 Interview with Gerhard J. Enns 

    Baar, Ellen; Brock University. Dept. of Sociology.; Multicultural History Society of Ontario. (1976-08-24)
    Russian-Mennonite immigrants of the 1920's, an interview with Gerhard J. Enns, August 24, 1976. The interview discusses: biographical information, outbreak of war, outbreak of Revolution, service as Sanitater, Revolution ...
  • Transient Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy on Photosystem I Reaction Centers 

    Shekarsaraei, Setareh
    The reason for the different rates of electron transfer from phylloquinone (PhQ) to the iron-sulfur cluster FX in the two branches of Photosystem I (PSI) is not fully understood. Techniques such as Transient Electron ...
  • Literacy Intervention for Struggling Readers: Knowledge Mobilization in our Communities 

    Johnston, Tara
    This study explored the efficacy of a literacy program as it was offered in partnership between Brock University and the Learning Disabilities Association of Niagara Region. Specifically, this study examined sixteen 5 to ...
  • Speech Associated with the Use of Speech Generating Devices with Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Comparison of Two Treatment Conditions 

    Thompson, Krysten
    Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) systems are commonly used by children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and communication impairments. Some AAC systems, such as the Picture Exchange Communication System ...
  • Tape #16 Interview (contd.) with Nick Fransen 

    Baar, Ellen; Brock University. Dept. of Sociology.; Multicultural History Society of Ontario. (1976-08-24)
    Russian-Mennonite immigrants of the 1920's, an interview (contd. from tape #15) with Nick Fransen, August 24, 1976. The interview discusses: biographical information, post-Revolutionary conditions, war years, fall of the ...
  • Tape #15 Interview with Nick Fransen 

    Baar, Ellen; Brock University. Dept. of Sociology.; Multicultural History Society of Ontario. (1976-08-24)
    Russian-Mennonite immigrants of the 1920's, an interview with Nick Fransen, August 24, 1976. The interview discusses: biographical information, post-Revolutionary conditions, war years, fall of the Tsar and Revolution, ...
  • Tape #14 Interview (contd.) with Abram P. Regier 

    Baar, Ellen; Brock University. Dept. of Sociology.; Multicultural History Society of Ontario. (1976-08-24)
    Russian-Mennonite immigrants of the 1920's, an interview with Abram P. Regier (contd.) from tape #13, August 24, 1976. The interview discusses: biographical information, WWI, the Tsar, relationship with Russians, VBHH, ...
  • Tape #13 Interview with Abram P. Regier 

    Baar, Ellen; Brock University. Dept. of Sociology.; Multicultural History Society of Ontario. (1976-08-24)
    Russian-Mennonite immigrants of the 1920's, an interview with Abram P. Regier, August 24, 1976. The interview discusses: biographical information, WWI, the Tsar, relationship with Russians, VBHH, Revolution, military ...