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College Library Resources in Pulp and Paper Technology


 

College of New Caledonia Library

3330 - 22nd Ave.

Prince George BC

V2N 1P8

Phone (250) 561-5811

Fax (250) 561-5845

Email reference@cnc.bc.ca

 

The College Library is an excellent information source for people in the pulp and paper sector. The Library is open to the public. Borrower cards are free. Professional librarians are available to assist students and members of the community. If you are researching a new topic, we can offer tips on finding relevant sources quickly! Some of our key sources are listed on this page.

 

Books, Reports, Videos

 

Go to CNC Library Catalogue

There are approx. 400 titles related directly to pulp and paper at the main campus library in Prince George. Search the online catalogue by keyword (e.g. pulp e.g. ISO) or browse the shelves in these call number areas.

Economics HC-HD

e.g. HD 8039 Pulpwood industry training

Environment TD

e.g. TD 182.4 .B8 Chlorophenols

e.g. TD 899 .P3 Pulp and paper mill effluent permit monitoring

Small Woodlands, woodlot owners SWL

e.g. SWL 28 Manufactured wood products

Manufacturing TS 800+

e.g. TS 932 Wood chemistry

e.g. TS 1090 Making paper

 

Related collections

Forestry collections - over 18,000 books and reports, e.g. Forest practices (SD), Tree biology (QH-QK)

Forestry Pamphlets - over 7,300 reports; a large and useful "grey literature" collection

Journals, News, Databases

 

Topics - Go to CNC Library Journals page 

The best way to find a lot of information on a topic is to search a journal index or database. Most of the Library's indexes include full-text articles, which can be retrieved at any campus station or from home with a CNC account. The best indexes for Pulp and Paper are in the ABI group, where you can do a combined search of: (1) ABI American Business Index; (3) Canadian Business and Current Affairs; and (3) Canadian Newsstand, for current and archival newspaper articles. For chemical information and MSDS material safety data sheets, try the CCINFOweb database or the separate MSDS link on the chart.

Titles - Go to CNC Library Journals page  and click on Journal Titles A-Z

If you are looking for a specific journal, go to the Journal Titles list posted on the Library webpage. In addition to some terrific archives (going back to the 1950's), we have current subscriptions to the following titles.


In Print= at Prince George Campus Library... Online = full text available at any campus or from home by account

Canadian forest industries - In Print (68-86, 88-) + Online (CB 97-)

Forest products journal - Online (AB 93-)

Forest science - In Print (74-)

Journal of pulp and paper science - In Print (84-87, 95-)

Pulp and paper - Online (AB 91-)

Pulp and paper Canada - In Print (74-) + Online (CB 94-)

Pulp and paper international: PPI - Online (AB 97-)

Pulpwood and wood residue statistics - Online (Can.Gov.Depository access at CNC only - Sep98-)

TAPPI journal - In Print (85-01)

Wood and fiber science - In Print (83-)


Statistics

 

Go to CNC Library Statistics page 

Our Statistics page is a good starting point if you are looking for local, provincial or federal statistics related to population, the economy and the pulp and paper industry.

Web Links

 

Here are links to some useful pulp and paper websites. Try a search engine like Google to find more detailed information on a product, process or company.

Canadian manufacturers, services, news, dictionary, papermaking process, calculations, jobs

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Government

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