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1 LOCK, A.R. Canadian Field-Naturalist 097:04 GREGORY, Robert S. BROWN, Gail S. Caspian Terns, Sterna caspia, Breeding in Labrador
LOCK, A.R. "Caspian Terns, Sterna caspia, Breeding in Labrador". A note in The Canadian Field-Naturalist, Vol.97, No.4, OctoberDecember 1983, p.448. Double column. 8vo, card covers. Of Nova Scotia interest, the article "Food Habits of Young Anadromous Alewives, Alosa pseudoharengus, in Lake Ainslie, Nova Scotia" by Robert S. Gregory, Gail S. Brown and Graham R. Daborn (pp.423-426). Vg. For the issue 4.00

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2 FIELD, Robert Children's Field Day.
Art Gallery of Nova Scotia AGNS, Halifax, N.S., 1978, 
(FIELD, Robert). The Children's Field Day. (Halifax, N.S.: Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, 1978). Pp 1-17. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated tan stapled card covers. A children's catalogue for an exhibition of portraits by Robert Field, held at AGNS, October 5 November 27, 1978. The catalogue includes puzzles, questions, and paper doll cut-outs. Robert Field (1769-1819) was an English artist and portrait painter, who lived in Halifax from 1808 to 1816.Spine sunned, name, else very good. 9.00

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3 CAMPBELL, Claire SUMMERBY-MURRAY, Robert FIELD, Richard H. Land and Sea : Environmental History in Atlantic Canada
Acadiensis Press, Fredericton (New Brunswick, 2013, ISBN:9780919107243 
CAMPBELL, Claire and Robert SUMMERBY-MURRAY, (eds.). Land and Sea : Environmental History in Atlantic Canada. Fredericton, New Brunswick : Acadiensis Press, 2013. First Printing. Pp (6),1-321,(1). Some maps and illustrations in the text. 8vo, illustrated cardcovers, white & yellow lettering to brownspine. The front cover uses an ampersand : Land & Sea : Environmental Hist ory in Atlantic Canada. "An original exploration of the relationship between people and the environment in Atlantic Canada, from the native-settler interactions of the 17th century to the presentday challenges of resource depletion and economic renewal. Major themes focus on how people have explained and understood the natural world, what we have learned from experiments in conservation and management, and how we have responded to environmental crisis and change." - from the rear cover. Introduction : Environmental History in Atlantic Canada by Claire Campbell and Robert Summerby-Murray; Part I. Understanding the Natural World. "Responding to the Land: Experiencing Nature in Nova Scotia, 1607-1900" by Heather L. Macleod "Liminality and Change in an Atlantic Borderland: Notre Dame Bay, Newfoundland in the 18th Century" by Allan Dwyer "Colonizing Nature: Titus Smith Jr. and the Making of Nova Scotia, 1800-1850" by Richard H. Field; "A Landscape .... with Figures:Tourism and Environment on Prince Edward Island" by Edward MacDonald. Part II. Experiments in Conservation and Environmental Management. ""Bare Rocks instead of Fish": Local Fishers Respond to Resource Depletion in the Bay B ulls Inshore Fishery, 1855-1863" by Jonathan Luedee [pp. 81-98]; "Drawing Lines in the Ice: Regulating Mussel Mud Digging in the Southern Gulf of St. Lawrence" by Joshua D. MacFadyen; ""Making Room for Economy, Efficiency andConservation": Progressive Forest Conservation in New Brunswick, 1900-1918 " by Bill Parenteau; "Green Shoots: Aerial Insecticide Spraying and the Growth of Environmental Consciousnes in New Brunswick, 1952-1973" by Mark J. McLaughlin. Part III. Historical Sustainability : Community Response and Resilience. ""Popular by our Misery": The International Response to the Miramichi Fire, 1825" by Alan MacEachern; "Bad Blows and Big Storms: Severe Weather and Community Response in the Annapolis Valley" by David Freeland Duke and Allan J. MacDonald; "Regenerating Devastated Landscapes : Moncton, New Brunswick and Syndey Nova Scotia" by Jacqueline D. Holmes and Justin B. Hollander; "Using Tree Ring Analysis: The Environmental History of Eastern White Cedar in Nova Scotia" by Lanna Campbell and Colin P. Laroque; "Reflections on the Environmental History of Atlantic Canada" by Graeme Wynn. With endnotes. Very good. 17.50

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4 FIELD, Robert) FIELD, Robert Robert Field
(FIELD, Robert). Robert Field 1769-1819 : An Exhibition organized by The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, October 5 to November 27, 1978. (Halifax) : Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, (1978). Pp (6),5-124,(2). Illustrated. Sm 4to, card covers.
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