Public Lecture: “Nature’s Principal Reservoir: The Importance of Snow and Snow Surveys in Twentieth Century British Columbia”

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“Nature’s Principal Reservoir: The Importance of Snow and Snow Surveys in Twentieth Century British Columbia”

with M. Blake Butler

Thursday, April 1st at 12:30pm (EST)

Please RSVP to historyrsvp@uwo.ca for the Zoom link.

Feature Image: British Columbia’s report of the water resources service, 1968.
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M. Blake Butler

I am a doctoral candidate in the Department of History at Western University. My dissertation uses a case study approach to explore different human relationships with snow in twentieth century British Columbia.

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