Publications

Kenza Benali

Ramirez, C. et Benali, K.  (accepté). « Ottawa, une identité urbaine en mal de définition : analyse des représentations médiatiques de la capitale canadienne». The Canadian Geographer / Le Géographe Canadien : 33 pages.

Benali, K. (2013). « La densification urbaine dans le quartier Vanier : germe d’un renouveau urbain ou menace pour le dernier îlot francophone de la capitale canadienne? » Cahiers de Géographie du Québec, vol. 57, no 160 : 41-68.

Benali, K. (2013). « Le réaménagement des Plaines LeBreton: une occasion de ‘rendre justice ‘ à la communauté francophone d’Ottawa?»  Recherches sociographiques, vol. LIV, no 1: 29-57. 

Benali, K. (2012). « La reconversion des friches industrielles en ‘quartiers durables’ : Aperçu théorique». Cahiers de Géographie du Québec, vol. 56, no 158 : 297-312. 

Benali, K. et Ramirez, C. (2012). « Le plan de Jacques Gréber pour la Capitale Nationale: un héritage urbanistique décrié». Cahiers de Géographie du Québec, vol. 56, no 157 : 51-80.

Ramirez, C. et Benali, K. (2012). « Les luttes patrimoniales à l’heure de la densification urbaine: le cas de la Basse-Ville Est d’Ottawa». Canadian Journal of Urban Research / Revue canadienne de recherche urbaine, vol. 21, no 1:109-150.

Benali, K. (2012). « Le quartier Centre-sud à Montréal : Laboratoire expérimental de l’urbanisme des XXe et XXIe siècles». Brazilian Geographical Journal: Geosciences and Humanities Research Medium, Uberlândia, vol. 3, no 1: 1-20. 

Benali, K. et Parent, J-.P (2011). «Vanier: bastion francophone en Ontario». Encyclopédie du patrimoine culturel de l’Amérique Française.  Avec la collaboration du Centre de recherche en Civilisation Canadienne-Française (CRCCF) et Muséoparc-Vanier

Benali, K. (2010). Le Plateau Mont-Royal : du quartier ouvrier au plus célèbre quartier de Montréal (1970-1995). Saarbrücken : Éditions Universitaires Européennes (375 p). Publication de la thèse de doctorat.

Morin, R., Parazzeli, M., Benali, K.  (2008). « Conflits d’appropriation d’espaces urbains centraux: prendre en compte les modes de relations des groupes d’acteurs ». Nouvelles pratiques sociales, vol. 20, no 2 : 142-157

Marc Brosseau

Brosseau, Marc (2012) «Imaginaire des bas-fonds chez Bukowski»,in Bédard, M. et Augustin, J.-P. (dir.) L'imaginaire  géographique, un contrepoint à la réalité ? Perspectives, pratiques et devenirs périphériques. PUQ.  pp.225-236.

Brosseau, Marc (2011) Les manuels de géographie québécois. Images de la discipline, du pays et du monde – 1800-1960. Québec, Presses de l’université Laval. XVIII + 170 p.

Gilbert, Anne et Brosseau, Marc (2011) «La frontière asymétrique : Franco-Ontariens et Anglo-Québécois dans la région de la capitale nationale». Le géographe canadien,55 (4) : 470-489.

Brosseau, Marc (2011) «L’espace littéraire entre géographie et critique». In Navarro Perdiñas, Blanca et Luc Vigneault (dir.) Après tout, la littérature. Parcours d’espaces interdisciplinaires. Québec, Presses de l’Université Laval, pp.31-53. Lien. 

Brosseau, Marc (2010) «Sujet et lieux dans l’espace autobiographique de Bukowski». Cahiers de géographie du Québec, 54 (153): 517-537.

Brosseau, Marc (2009) « Literature ». in Kitchin, Rob and Thrift, Nigel (dir.) International Encyclopedia of Human Geography. Oxford, Elsevier. Volume 6, pp. 212-218.

Brosseau, Marc (2008) «The traps: Bukowski as interpreter of cornered lives». Anglia : Zeitschrift für Englische Philologie. 128 (2) : 380-396.

Brosseau, Marc (2008) « L'espace littéraire en l'absence de description : Un défi pour l'interprétation géographique de la littérature ». Cahiers de géographie du Québec, 52(146) : 419-437

Brosseau, Marc et Tavares, David (2008) « Écrire la ville multiculturelle : la polyphonie torontoise excentrée de Dionne Brand ». Études canadiennes / Canadian Studies. (64) : 79-97.

Huhua Cao

Roy V.* et Cao H. (2013) “Transformation ethnolinguistique de l’espace social du Grand Moncton, Nouveau-Brunswick (Canada), 1981-2006”, Minorités linguistiques et société/ Linguistic Minorities and Society. 2:85-106.

Maimaitiming A.*, Zhang, X.L. and Cao H. (2013) “Urbanization in Western China”, Chinese Journal of Population Resources and Environment, 11(1): 78-86.
Vedom J.* and Cao H. (2011) “Health Care Access and Regional Disparities in China”, Space-Population-Societies, 1: 63-78.

Roy V.* et Cao H. (2011) “Au-delà de l’assimilation linguistique : les leçons à tirer des institutions scolaires francophones au Nouveau-Brunswick pour la Chine”, Canadian Diversité, 8(6): 37-44.

Liu D.Q., Wan F., Guo R., Li F.M., Cao H., Sun G.J.* (2011) “GIS-based modeling of potential yield distributions for different oat varieties in China”. Mathematical and Computer Modelling, 54(3-4): 869-876.

Cao H. (2011) “Chapter 1: Canada’s Response to China’s Increasing Role in the World”, in Cao Huhua and Vivienne Poy (eds), The China Challenge: Sino-Canadian Relations in the 21st Century, Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, pp. 1-10.

Cao H. and Dehoorne O. (2011) “Chapter 16: Changing Territorial Strategies: Chinese Immigrants in Canada”, in Cao Huhua and Vivienne Poy (eds), The China Challenge: Sino-Canadian Relations in the 21st Century, Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, pp. 216-234.

Cao H. (2010) “Urban-rural Income Disparity and Urbanization: What is the Role of Spatial Distribution of Ethnic Groups? A Case Study of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region in Western China”, Regional Studies, 44(8): 965-982.

Cao Huhua and Vivienne Poy (the Senator of Canada)(eds)(2011) The China Challenge: Sino-Canadian Relations in the 21st Century, Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press (ISBN 978-2-7603-0764-1), 294p.
Free Open Access: www.ruor.uottawa.ca/en/handle/10393/23096 

Cao Huhua et Sabrina Bergeron* (2010) Disparités régionales et inclusion des minorités: Les défis de la Chine de l’après Jeux Olympiques de Beijing (Regional Disparity and Minority Inclusion: The Challenges of China after Beijing 2008 Olympic Games). Québec: Presses de l’Université du Québec (ISBN 978-2-7605-2442-2). 164p.

Li Y.F., Sun X., Zhu X.D. and Cao H. (2010) “An early warning method of landscape ecological security in rapid urbanizing coastal areas and its application in Xiamen, China”, Ecological Modelling, 221: 2251-2260.

Cao H. (2010) “Entry: Spatial Inequality”, in Barney Warf (ed), Encyclopedia of Geography, London: SAGE, 2640-2645.

Cao H. and Feng J.* (2010) “Chapter 5: Access to education for girls in minority region of Gansu: A geographic perspective”, in Huhua Cao and Elizabeth Morrell (eds), Regional Minorities and Development in Asia, London and New York: Routledge, pp.99-117.

Cao H. and Morrell E. (2010) “Introduction: From consciousness to responsibility”, in Huhua Cao and Elizabeth Morrell (eds), Regional Minorities and Development in Asia, London and New York: Routledge, pp.1-16.

Maimaitiming, A.*, Lamarche, R. and Cao H. (2010) “Employment Change and Economic Growth in Xinjiang, 1990-2000“, in Peng De and Du Fachun (eds), Sino-Canadian Comparative Studies of Western Region Development and its Economic Transformation (西部开发及其社会经济变迁中加比较研究), Beijing: Intellectual Property Press (知识产权出版社), pp.297-314.

Cao Huhua and Elizabeth Morrell (Flinders University, Australia) (eds)(2010) Regional Minorities and Development in Asia, London and New York:  Routledge (ISBN 9 780415 551304), 175p.

Cao Huhua (ed) (2009) Ethnic Minorities and Regional Development in Asia: Reality and Challenges, the International Convention of Asia Scholars (ICAS) publication series, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press (ISBN 978-90-8964-0918), 236p.

Zhang Chengyi (Hainan Normal University, China) and Huhua Cao(principal editors), Peter Foggin (Université de Montréal) and Shengquan Ma (Hainan Normal University, China) (Coeditors)(2008) 包容与和谐:增进少数民族地区发展的相互了解 (Inclusion and Harmony: Improving Mutual Understanding of Development in Minority Regions), 北京:民族出版社 (Beijing: The Ethnic Publishing House)(ISBN 9 787105 096442), 489p.

Cao H. (2009) “多元文化国政,族群平衡木” (National Policy of Multiculturalism: Ethnic Balance Beam),南风窗 (NanFengChuang), August 2009: 37-41.

Vedom J.* and Cao H. (2009) “Chapter 5: Patterns of the Use and the Choice of Health Care Facilities among the Han and Minority Populations in China”, in Huhua Cao (ed), Ethnic Minorities and Regional Development in Asia: Reality and Challenges, the International Convention of Asia Scholars (ICAS) publication series, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, pp.65-82.

Deng A., Maimaitiming A.* and Cao H. (2009) “Chapter 8: Urbanisation Processes among Ethnic Groups in Western China”, in Huhua Cao (ed), Ethnic Minorities and Regional Development in Asia: Reality and Challenges, the International Convention of Asia Scholars (ICAS) publication series, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, pp.109-128.

Cao H. et Dehoorne O. (2009) “Les groupes minoritaires en Chine: distribution spatiale et défis d’intégration”, Espace-Populations-Sociétés, 3: 397-406.

Wan F., Wang Z., Li F., Cao H. and Sun G.* (2009) “GIS-based Crop Support System for Common Oat and Naked Oat in China”, in Li Z. Chunjiang (ed), Computer and Computing Technologies in Agriculture II, Boston: Springer, Volume 1, pp.209-221.

Ma S.Q., Han R.H.* and Cao H. (2008) “Empirical Analysis on the level of Economic Development in Ningxia Hua Autonomous Region, Western China”, ICICIC Proceedings: 2008 3rd International conference on Innovative Computing Information and Control, pp. 276-283.

Maimaitiming A.* and Cao H. (2008) “在中国西部城市化进程的综合研究” (The Evolution of Urbanization in Western China), in Zhang Chengyi and Huhua Cao (eds), Inclusion and Harmony: Improving Mutual Understanding of Development in Minority Regions, Beijing: The Ethnic Publishing House (民族出版社), pp.93-114.

Cao H. (2008) “Spatial Inequality in Children’s Schooling in Gansu, Western China: Reality and Challenges”, The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien, 55(3): 331-350.

He X.F., Cao H. and Li F.M. (2008) “Factors Influencing the Adoption of Pasture Crop Rotation in the Semiarid Area of China's Loess Plateau”, Journal of Sustainable Agriculture, 32(1): 161-180.

Luke Copland

Copland, L. and Mueller, D. (eds.). In press. Arctic Ice Shelves and Ice Islands. Springer-Verlag.

VanWychen, W. and Copland, L. In press. Ice island drift mechanisms in the Canadian High Arctic. In: Copland, L. and Mueller, D. (eds.). Arctic Ice Shelves and Ice Islands. Springer-Verlag.

Pope, S., Copland, L., and Alt, B. In press. Recent changes in sea ice plugs along the northern Canadian Arctic Archipelago. In: Copland, L. and Mueller, D. (eds.). Arctic Ice Shelves and Ice Islands. Springer-Verlag.

Flowers, G., Copland, L. and Schoof, C. In press. Contemporary glacier processes and global change: recent observations from the Kaskawulsh Glacier and Donjek Range, St. Elias Mountains.Arctic

Gray, L., Burgess, D., Copland, L., Cullen, R., Galin, N., Hawley, R. and Helm, V. In press. Interferometric swath processing of Cryosat-2 data for glacial ice topography. The Cryosphere.

Bevington, A. and Copland, L. In press. The 2009-10 surge of Lowell Glacier, Yukon, Canada and its historical context. Journal of Glaciology.

Sharp, M., Burgess, D.O., Cawkwell, F., Copland, L., Davis, J.A., Dowdeswell, E.K., Dowdeswell, J.A., Gardner, A.S., Mair, D., Wang, L., Williamson, S.N.,  Wolken, G. J. and Wyatt, F. In press. Recent glacier changes in the Canadian Arctic. In: Kargel, J.S., Bishop, M.P., Kääb, A., Raup, B.H., and Leonard, G. (eds). Global Land Ice Measurements from Space: Satellite Multispectral Imaging of Glaciers. Praxis-Springer.

Copland, L. 2013. Classification of Ice Masses. In: Shroder, J.F. (ed.). Treatise on Geomorphology, Ch. 8.4, pp. 45-52.. Elsevier, Oxford. 

Gray, L., Burgess, D., Copland, L., Galin, N. and Cullen, R. 2013. Using the Cryosat interferometric swath mode for glacial ice topography. In: Proceedings of the Symposium on Earth Observation and Cryosphere Science. European Space Agency Special Publication SP-712.

Sylvestre, T., Copland, L., Demuth, M.N. and Sharp, M. 2013. Spatial patterns of snow accumulation across Belcher Glacier, Devon Ice Cap, Nunavut, Canada. Journal of Glaciology, 59(217), 874-882.

McLennan, D., Bell, T., Berteaux, D., Chen, W., Copland, L., Fraser, R., Gallant, D., Gauthier, G., Hik, D., Krebs, C.J., Myers-Smith, I., Olthof, I., Reid, D., Sladen, W., Tarnocai, C., Vincent, W., and Zhang, Y. 2012. Recent climate-related terrestrial biodiversity research in Canada’s Arctic national parks: review, summary, and management implications. Biodiversity, 13(3-4), 157-173.

Copland, L and Paterson, W.S.B. 2012. Ice cap. In: The Canadian Encyclopedia. Historica Foundation of Canada.

Mortimer, C., Copland, L. and Mueller, D. 2012. Volume and area changes of the Milne Ice Shelf, Ellesmere Island, Nunavut, Canada, since 1950. Journal of Geophysical Research – Earth Surface. doi:10.1029/2011JF002074.

Derksen, C., Smith, S.L., Sharp, M., Brown, L., Howell, S., Copland, L, Mueller, D., Gauthier, Y., Fletcher, C., Tivy, A., Bernier, M., Bourgeois, J., Brown, R., Burn, C., Duguay, C., Kushner, P., Langlois, A., Lewkowicz, A.G., Royer, A. and Walker, A. 2012. Variability and change in the Canadian cryosphere. Climatic Change, doi: 10.1007/s10584-012-0470-0.

VanWychen, W., Copland, L., Gray, L., Burgess, D., Danielson, B. and Sharp, M. 2012. Spatial and temporal variation of ice motion and ice flux from Devon Ice Cap, Nunavut, Canada. Journal of Glaciology, 58(210), 657-664. 

Halliday, E.J., King, A., Bobby, P., Copland, L. and Mueller, D. Petermann Ice Island ‘A’ survey results, offshore Labrador. 2012. In: Proceedings, Arctic Technology Conference, Houston, USA. doi: 10.4043/23714-MS.

VanWychen, W., Burgess, D., Copland, L. and Gray, L. 2012. Quantifying ice loss via calving from the Queen Elizabeth Islands, Nunavut, Canada. In: Proceedings of the Field Workshop on Studies of Tidewater Glaciers, Svalbard, Norway.

Zdanowicz, C., Smetny-Sowa, A., Fisher, D., Schaffer, N., Copland, L. Eley, J. and Dupont, F. 2012. Summer melt rates on Penny Ice Cap, Baffin Island: past and recent trends and implications for regional climate. Journal of Geophysical Research, 117, F02006, doi: 10.1029/2011JF002248.

Pope, S., Copland, L. and Mueller, D. 2012. Loss of multiyear landfast sea ice from Yelverton Bay, Ellesmere Island, Nunavut, Canada. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, 44(2), 210-221.

Herdes, E., Copland, L., Danielson, B. and Sharp, M. 2012. Relationships between iceberg plumes and sea-ice conditions on northeast Devon Ice Cap, Nunavut. Annals of Glaciology, 53(60), 1-9.

Copland, L. 2011. Melting processes. In: Singh, V.P., Singh, P and Haritashya, U.K. (eds.).Encyclopedia of Snow, Ice and Glaciers, 733-735. Springer-Verlag, Dordrecht.

Copland, L. 2011. Retreat/advance of glaciers. In: Singh, V.P., Singh, P and Haritashya, U.K. (eds.). Encyclopedia of Snow, Ice and Glaciers, 934-939. Springer-Verlag, Dordrecht

Copland, L., Sylvestre, T., Bishop, M.P., Shroder, J.F., Seong, Y.B. Owen, L.A., Bush, A. and Kamp, U. 2011. Expanded and recently increased glacier surging in the Karakoram. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, 43(4), 503-516.

Foy, N., Copland, L., Zdanowicz, C., Demuth, M. and Hopkinson, C. 2011. Recent volume and area changes of Kaskawulsh Glacier, Yukon, Canada. Journal of Glaciology, 57(203), 515-525.

Falkner, K.K., Melling, H., Munchow, A.M., Box, J.E., Wohlleben, T., Johnson, H., Gudmandsen, P., Samelson, R. Copland, L., Steffen, K., Rignot, E. and Higgins, A.K. 2011. Context for the recent massive Petermann Glacier calving event. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, 92(114), 117-118.

Shroder, J.F., Owen, L.A., Seong, Y.B., Bishop, M.P., Bush, A., Caffee, M.W., Copland, L., Finkel, R.C., Kamp, U. 2011. The role of mass movements on landscape evolution in the Central Karakoram: Discussion and speculation. Quaternary International, 236, 34-47, doi:10.1016/j.quaint.2010.05.024.

Bishop, M.P., Bush, A.B.G., Copland, L., Kamp, U., Owen, L.A., Seong, Y.B., and Shroder, J.F. 2010. Climate change and mountain topographic evolution in the central Karakoram, Pakistan.Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 100(4), 772-793, doi: 10.1080/00045608.2010.500521.

Quincey, D.J., Copland, L., Mayer, C., Bishop, M., Luckman, A. and Belo, M. 2009. Ice velocity and climate variations for Baltoro Glacier, Pakistan. Journal of Glaciology, 55(194), 1061-1071.

Copland, L. Pope, S., Bishop, M.P., Shroder, J.F., Clendon, P., Bush, A., Kamp, U., Seong, Y.B., Owen, L.A. 2009. Glacier velocities across the central Karakoram. Annals of Glaciology, 50(52), 41-49.

Seong, Y.B., Owen. L.A., Caffee, M.W., Kamp, U., Bishop, M.P., Bush, A., Copland, L. and Shroder, J.F.2009Rates of basin-wide rockwall retreat in the K2 region of the Central Karakoram defined by terrestrial cosmogenic nuclide 10Be. Geomorphology, 107, 254-262.

Seong, Y.B., Bishop, M.P., Bush, A., Clendon, P., Copland, L., Finkel, R., Kamp, U., Owen, L.A., Shroder, J.F. 2009. Landforms and landscape evolution in the Skardu, Shigar and Braldu Valleys, Central Karakoram. Geomorphology, 103(2), 251-267. doi: 10.1016/j.geomorph.2008.04.026

Mueller, D., Copland, L., Hamilton, A. and Stern, D. 2008. Examining Arctic ice shelves prior to the 2008 breakup. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, 89(49), 502-503.

Seong, Y.B., Owen, L.A., Bishop, M.P., Bush, A., Clendon, P., Copland, L., Finkel, R.C., Kamp, U., Shroder, J.F. 2008. Reply to comments by Matthias Kuhle on “Quaternary glacial history of the central Karakoram”. Quaternary Science Reviews, 27, 1656-1658. doi: 10.1016/j.quascirev.2008.04.016

Seong, Y.B., Owen, L.A., Bishop, M.P., Bush, A., Clendon, P., Copland, L., Finkel, R., Kamp, U. and Shroder, J.F. 2008. Rates of fluvial bedrock incision within an actively uplifting orogen: Central Karakoram Mountains, northern Pakistan. Geomorphology, 97, 274-286.doi: 10.1016/j.geomorph.2007.08.011

Pfeffer, W.T. and 73 others (including L. Copland). In review. The Randolph Glacier Inventory: a globally complete inventory of glaciers. Journal of Glaciology. Submitted September 2013.

Pizzolato, L., Howell, S.E.L., Derksen, C., Dawson, J. and Copland, L. Changing sea ice conditions and marine activity in Canadian Arctic waters between 1990 and 2011. Climatic Change.

VanWychen, W., Burgess, D.O., Gray, L., Copland, L., Sharp, M., Dowdeswell, J. and Benham, T. In review. Glacier velocities and dynamic ice discharge from the Queen Elizabeth Islands, Nunavut, Canada. Geophysical Research Letters.

Eric Crighton

Crighton EJ, Ragetli R, Luo J, To T, Gershon A. An Exploratory Spatial Analysis of COPD Prevalence, Incidence, Mortality and Health Service Use in Ontario, Canada. Health Reports (accepted for publication)

Cardwell F, Elliott S, Crighton EJ. Protecting Our Children: A Scan of Canadian and International Children’s Environmental Health Best Practices. Journal of Children, Health and Environment (accepted for publication)

Laferriere K, Crighton EJ, C, Baxter J, Masuda J, Lemyre L, Ursitti F. Examining inequities in children’s environmental health: Results of a survey on the risk perceptions and protective actions of new mothers. Journal of Risk Research (accepted for publication)

Gershon AS, Khan S, Klein-Geltink J, Wilton D, To T, Crighton EJ, Pigeau L, MacQuarrie J, Allard Y, Russell SJ, Henry DA. Asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) prevalence and health services use in Ontario Métis: a population-based cohort study. PLoS ONE. 9(4): 2014. http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0095899

Masuda J., Zupancic T., Crighton EJ, Muhajarine N, Phipps E. Equity Focused Knowledge Translation: A framework for “reasonable action” on health inequities. International Journal of Public Health. 59(3): 457-64 2014

Barwin L., Shawande M., Crighton EJ, Veronis L. Teachings around self-care and medicine gathering in Manitoulin Island, Ontario: Rebuilding capacity begins with youth. Pimatisiwin: A Journal of Aboriginal and Indigenous Community Health. 11(3) 2013. http://www.pimatisiwin.com/online/?page_id=1234

Crighton EJ, Brown C, Baxter J, Masuda J, Lemyre L, Ursitti F. Perceptions and experiences of environmental health risks among new mothers: A qualitative study in Ontario, Canada. Health, Risk and Society 15(4). 295-312. 2013. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs00038-013-0520-z#page-1

To T, Stanovojic S, Feldman R, Moineddin R, Guan J, Gershon A and the RESPONSE Team. Is Asthma a Vanishing Disease? A Study to Forecast the Burden of Asthma in 2022. BMC Public Health. 13(254): (7 pages) 2013

Crighton EJ, Feng J, Gershon A, Guan J, To T. A spatial analysis of asthma prevalence in Ontario. Canadian Journal of Public Health 105(5): 384-89. 2012.

Crighton EJ, Barwin L, Small, I., Upshur, REG. What have we learned? A review of the literature on children’s health and the environment in the Aral Sea Area. International Journal of Public Health. 56(2):125-138. 2011

Crighton EJ, Wilson K, Senécal S. The relationship between geographic and socioeconomic factors and asthma amongCanada’s Aboriginal populations: an analysis of the 2001 Aboriginal People’s Survey.  International Journal of Circumpolar Health. 69(2):138-150. 2010

To T, Guttmann A,  Lougheed MD, Gershon AS, Dell SD, Stanbrook MB, Wang C., McLimont S, Vasilevska-Ristovska J,Crighton EJ, Fisman DN.  

Evidence-based performance indicators of primary care for asthma: a modified RAND Appropriateness Method.  International Journal for Quality in Health Care 22(6):476-485. 2010

Driedger M, Kothari A, Graham ID, Cooper E,  Crighton EJ, Zahab M,  Morrison J, Sawada M. If you build it, they still may not come:  Outcomes and process of implementing a community-based integrated knowledge translation mapping innovation.  Implementation Science 5:47: 2010 (35 pages). 

Crighton EJ, Elliott SJ, Moinnedin R, Kanaroglu P, Upshur R.  Spatial-Temporal Analysis of Pneumonia and Influenza Hospitalizations in Ontario, Canada.  Geospatial Health. 2(2): 191-202. 2008.

Kothari A, Driedger M, Bickford J, Morrison J, Sawada M, Graham I, Crighton EJ. Mapping as a knowledge translation tool for Ontario Early Years Centres: views from data analysts and managers. Implementation Science. 3(4). 2008. (9 pages)

Klein-Geltink J; Cascagnette P; Gershon A; To T; Crighton EJ; Gravelle M; Pigeau; MacQuarrie, J. Chronic Respiratory Disease in the Métis Nation of Ontario (Technical Report).  Prepared for the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO). (Forthcoming)

Assembly of First Nations.  First Nations Regional Longitudinal Health Survey (RHS) 2007/08:  Results for adults, youth and children living in First Nations Communities.  Co-author of Ch. 1 (Demographics, Education and Employment), Ch. 14 (Self-rated health and Health Utility Index) and Ch.30 (Health Care Utilization - Youth). Ottawa. (Forthcoming)

Crighton EJ, Wilson K, Senécal S.  Report on the relationship between geographic and socioeconomic factors and asthma amongCanada’s Aboriginal populations.  Prepared for Department of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada. May, 2009

Crighton EJ. An Assessment of Children’s Health and Health Care Capacity in the Aral Sea Area: Final Report. Prepared for: United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Uzbekistan. April, 2008.

Jackie Dawson

Viken, A., Johnston, M E., Nyseth, T. and Dawson, J. “Responsible tourism governance; a case study of Svalbard and Nunavut”. In Viken A. (eds.) Destination Development in Tourism. Turns and Tactics. Ashgate. Aldershot: UK, in press.

Lemelin, R.H., Thompson-Carr, A., Stewart, E.J., Dawson, J., Johnston, M.E., and Garnett, R., "Indigenous people: discussing the forgotten dimensions of dark tourism and battlefield tourism", New Issues in Polar Tourism, Müller, D. K., Lundmark, L, and Lemelin, R. H., London, Springer, 2013, 205-215.

Pizzolato, L., Howell, S.E.L., Derksen, C., Dawson, J., and Copland, L., Linkages between changing sea ice conditions and marine activity in Canadian Arctic waters between 1990 and 2011. (accepted). Climatic Change.

Lemelin, R.H., and Dawson, J., "Case Study of the Designation-Effect of Marine Protected Areas in Coastal Arctic and Sub-Arctic Communities in Canada", Canadian Geographer. In press

Dawson, J., Scott, D., and Havitz, M. "Skier demand and adaptation to climate change in the US Northeast", Leisure/Losir. 37(2) 127-143, 2013.

Lemieux, C.J., Thompson, J., Dawson, J., and Shuster, R. "Resource manager perceptions of agency performance on climate change in two US regions", Journal of Environmental Management, 114, 178-189, 2013.

Lemelin, R.H., and Dawson, J. «Le temps d'un parc - resilience, appartenance et tourisme au Nunatsiavut», Etudes Inuits/Inuit Studies. 36(2), 35-58, 2013

Dawson, J., and Scott, D., "Managing for Climate Change in the Alpine Ski Sector", Tourism Management, 244-254, 2013.

Johnston, A., Johnston, M.E., Dawson, J., and Stewart, E.J., "Challenges of Changes in Arctic Cruise Tourism: Perspectives of Federal Government Stakeholders", Journal of Maritime Law and Commerce, 43(3), 335-347, 2012.

Stewart, E.J., Dawson, J., and Johnston, M.J., "Sea ice change and cruise tourism in Arctic Canada's Northwest Passage: Implications for local communities", Polar Geography, 2012.

Lemelin, R.H., Johnston, M.J., Stewart, E.J., and Dawson, J., “From hunting and fishing to cultural tourism and ecotourism: examining the transitioning tourism industry in Nunavik, The Polar Journal, 1, 39-60, 2012.

Johnston, A.J. Johnston, M.J., Stewart, E.J. and Dawson, J., "Stakeholder perspectives on cruise tourism and climate change", Northern Review, 35, 65-95, 2012.

Lemelin, H., Dawson, J., and Stewart, E. J., Last Chance Tourism: adapting tourism opportunities in a changing world, London, Routledge, 2012, pp.237.

Lemelin, R.H., Stewart, E.J. and Dawson, J., "An introduction to last chance tourism (Chap 1)", Last Chance Tourism: adapting tourism opportunities in a changing world, Lemelin, H., Dawson, J., and Stewart, E. J., London, 2012, p.3-9.

Johnston, M.E., Viken, A. and Dawson, J., "First and lasts Artic tourism: last chance tourism dialectic of change", Last Chance Tourism: adapting tourism opportunities in a changing world, Lemelin, H., Dawson, J., and Stewart, E. J., London, Routledge, 2012, (Chap 2) p.10-24.

Steiger, R., Dawson, J., and Stotter, J., "Last tourism chance in alpine regions: last chance to ski?", Last Chance Tourism: adapting tourism opportunities in a changing world, Lemelin, H., Dawson, J., and Stewart, E. J., London, Routledge, 2012, Chap 4 p.42-54.

Stewart, E. J., Dawson, J., and Lemelin, R.H., "The Transformation of Polar Bear Viewing in the Hudson Bay Region, Canada", Last Chance Tourism: adapting tourism opportunities in a changing world, Lemelin, H., Dawson, J., and Stewart, E. J., London, Routledge, 2012, Chap 7 p.89-102.

Dawson, J., Stewart, E.J., and Lemelin, R.H., "Last chance of tourism: conclusion", Last Chance Tourism: adapting tourism opportunities in a changing world, Lemelin, H., Dawson, J., and Stewart, E. J., London, Routledge, 2012, Chap 15 p. 218-228.

Dawson, J., Johnston, M. E., Stewart, E.J., Lemieux, C.J, Lemelin, R.H., Maher, P.T. and Grimwood, B., "Ethical dimensions of last chance tourism", Journal of Ecotourism, 10(3), 205-262, 2011.

Stewart, E.J., Dawson, J., and Draper, D., "Cruise-ship tourism in Nunavut, Artic Canada: An analysis of resident perspectives", Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management, 28(4), 388-404, 2011.

Dawson, J., Scott D. and Havitz, M.E, "Behavioral Adaptation of Alpine Skiers to Climate Change: Examining Activity Involvement and Place Loyalty", Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing, 28(4), 388-404, 2011.

Stewart E.J., and Dawson, J., "A matter of good fortune? The grounding of the Clipper Adventurer in the Northwest Passage, Arctic Canada", Arctic, 64(2), 1-4, 2011.

Dawson, J., and Scott, D., "Systems analysis of climate change vulnerability for the US Northeast ski sector", Tourism, Planning and Development, 7(3), 219-135, 2010.

Lemelin, H., Dawson, J., and Stewart, E.J., Maher, P.T. & Luck, M., "Last chance tourism: the doom, the gloom and the boom of visiting destinations", Current Issues in Tourism, 13(5), 477-493, 2011.

Maher, P., Johnston, M., Dawson, J., and Noakes, J., "Risk and changing environment in Antarctic Tourism", Current Issues in Tourism, 14(4), 387-399, 2010.

Dawson, J., and Scott, D., "Climate change and tourism in the Great Lakes region: risks and opportunities", Tourism in Marine Environments, 6(2-3), 119-132, 2010.

Stewart, E. Tivy, A., Howell, S.E.L and Dawson, J., "Cruise tourism and sea ice in Canada's Hudson Bay region", Arctic, 36(1), 57-66, 2010.

Dawson, J., Stewart, E.J., Lemelin, H. and Scott, D., "The carbon cost of polar bear viewing in Churchill, Manitoba, Canada", Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 18(3), 319-336, 2010.

Dawson, J., Stewart, E.J. and Scott, D., "Climate change and polar bear viewing: a case study of visitor demand, carbon emissions and migration in Churchill, Canada", Tourism and Global Change in Polar Bear Regions, C. M. Hall and J. Saarinen, New York, Routledge, 2010, 88-103.

Stewart, E., Draper, D. and Dawson, J., "Monitoring patterns of cruise tourism across Artic Canada", Cruise Tourism in Polar Regions: Promoting Environmental and Social Sustainability, M. Luck, P.T. Maher and E.J. Stewart, London, Earthscan, 2010, 133-145.

Stewart, E.J., Drapper, D. and Dawson, J., "Coping with change and vulnerability: a case study of resident attitudes toward tourism in Cambridge Bay and Pond Inlet, Nunavut, Canada", Polar Tourism: Human, Environmental and Governance Dimensions, M. Luck, P.T. Maher and E.J. Stewart, Elmsford, NY, Cognizant Communications Corp, 2010.

Dawson, J., Stewart, E.J., Maher, P.T., and Slocomb, D.S., "Climate change complexity and cruising in Canada's Arctic: a Nunavut case study", Natural Resources and Aboriginal People in Canada, R.B. Anderson & R.M. Bone (eds), Concord ON, Captus Press, 2009, 414-439.

Dawson, J., and Scott, D., "Climate change analogue assessment the US Northeast ski industry", Climate Research, 39(1), 1-9, 2009.

Scott, D., Dawson, J., and Jones, B., "Climate change vulnerability of the US Northeast winter recreation-tourism sector", Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 13, 557-596, 2008.

Konrad Gajewski

Gajewski, K, J Bunbury, M Vetter, N Ayotte and A Khan. Accepted. Paleoenvironmental studies in the southwest Yukon. Arctic.

McLeman, R, J Dupre, L Berrang-Ford, J Ford, K Gajewski and G Marchildon. 2013. What we learned from the Dust bowl: lessons in Science, Policy and Adaptation. Population and Environment DOI 10.1007/s11111-013-0190-z

Paquette, N and K Gajewski. 2013. Climatic change causes abrupt shifts in forest composition, inferred from a high-resolution pollen record, Southwestern Quebec, Canada. Quaternary Science Reviews.75: 169-180.10.1016/j.quascirev.2013.06.007

Courtney-Mustaphi, C and K Gajewski. 2013. Holocene sediments from a coastal lake on northern Devon Island, Nunavut, Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 50: 564-575. 10.1139/cjes-2012-0143 

Rainville, RA and K Gajewski. 2013. Holocene environmental history of the Aishihik Region, Yukon, Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 50: 397-405.10.1139/cjes-2012-0103

Bunbury, J and K Gajewski. 2013. Effects of the White River Ash event on aquatic environments, southwest Yukon, Canada. Arctic 66: 17-31. 

Fortin, M-C and K Gajewski. 2012. Potential problems with the use of gridded climate data in regional quantitative paleoenvironmental studies from data-poor regions. Journal of Paleolimnology48: 641-650. doi 10.1007/s10933-012-9639-9

Bunbury, J and K Gajewski. 2012. Temperatures of the past 2000 years inferred from lake sediments, southwest Yukon Territory, Canada. Quaternary Research 77:355-367.doi:10.1016/j.yqres.2012.01.002

Viau, A.E., M Ladd and K Gajewski. 2012. The Climate of North America during the past 2000 years reconstructed from pollen data. Global and Planetary Change. 84: 75-83. doi:10.1016/j.gloplacha.2011.09.010

Gajewski, K. 2012. The Evolution of Polar Desert and Tundra ecosystems. Pp 48-65 (Chapter 3) in: H French and O Slaymaker, eds. Changing cold environments: a Canadian perspective. Wiley-Blackwell. Chichester, UK. 

Agapitos, K and K Gajewski. 2012. Analysis of the seasonal cycle of the climate record of Ottawa, Ontario. Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society Bulletin 40(3): 120-126.

Gajewski, K and A Viau. 2011. Abrupt Climate Changes during the Holocene across North America from Pollen and Paleolimnological Records. Pp 173-184 in: H Rashid, L Polyak and E Mosley-Thompson, eds. Abrupt Climate Change: mechanisms, patterns and impacts. Geophysical Monograph 193. 
American Geophysical Union, Washington, DC. 

Stratton, T, D Price and K Gajewski. 2011. Impacts of daily weather variability on simulations of the Canadian Boreal Forest. Ecological Modeling 222: 3250-3260. doi:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2011.06.009. 

Bartlein, PJ, SP Harrison, S Brewer, S Connor, BAS Davis, K Gajewski, J Guiot, TI Harrison-Prentice, A Henderson, O Peyron, IC Prentice, M Scholze, H Seppä, B Shuman, S Sugita, RS Thompson, AE Viau, J Williams and H Wu. 2011. Pollen-based continental climate reconstructions at 6 and 21 ka: a global synthesis. Climate Dynamics 37: 775-802 DOI: 10.1007/s00382-010-0904-1

Gajewski, K, S Munoz, M Peros, A Viau, R Morlan, and M Betts. 2011. The Canadian Archaeological Radiocarbon Database (CARD): archaeological radiocarbon dates in North America and their paleoenvironmental context. Radiocarbon 53: 371-394.

Peros, M and K Gajewski. 2011 On the glacial and postglacial history of the western Canadian Arctic Islands. Quaternary Research. 75: 307-308. (non-refereed) doi:10.1016/j.yqres.2010.08.011

Fortin, M-C and K Gajewski. 2011. Modern chironomid assemblages from the Canadian Arctic.Geohydro 2011. Quebec. 

Gajewski, K and AE Viau. 2011. Climates of the Past Millennium from across North America. Geohydro 2011. Quebec. 

Munoz, SE, K Gajewski and MC Peros. 2010. Synchronous environmental and cultural change in the prehistory of the northeastern United States. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA)107(51): 22008-22013.  doi:10.1073/pnas.1005764107.

Munoz, S and K Gajewski. 2010. Distinguishing prehistoric human influence on late Holocene forests in southern Ontario, Canada. Holocene 20: 967-981.  doi:10.1177/0959683610362815

Fortin, M-C and K Gajewski. 2010. Postglacial environmental history of western Victoria Island, Canadian Arctic. Quaternary Science Reviews. 29: 2099-2110. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2010.05.004 

Ladd, M and K Gajewski. 2010. The North American summer Arctic front during 1948 to 2007.International Journal of Climatology 30: 874-883. doi: 10.1002/joc.1940

Peros, M, K Gajewski, T Paull, R Ravindra, B Podritske. 2010. Multi-proxy record of postglacial environmental change of south-central Melville Island, Northwest Territories, Canada. Quaternary Research. 73: 247-258 doi:10.1016/j.yqres.2009.11.010

Fortin, M-C and K Gajewski. 2010. Holocene climate change and its effect on lake ecosystem production in northern Victoria Island, Canadian Arctic. Journal of Paleolimnology 43: 219-234 doi: 10.1007/s10933-009-9326-7

Peros, M, S Munoz, K Gajewski & A Viau. 2010. Prehistoric demography of North America inferred from radiocarbon data. Journal of Archaeological Science 37: 656-664. doi: 10.1016/j.jas.2009.10.029

Kaufman, DS, D Schneider, N McKay, C Ammann, R Bradley, K Briffa, G Miller, B Otto-Bliesner, J Overpeck, B Vinther and Arctic Lakes 2k Project Members (M Abbott, Y Axford, B Bird, HJB Birks, A Bjune, J Briner, T Cook, M Chipman, P Francus, K Gajewski, Á Geirsdóttir, F Hu, B Kutchko, S Lamoureux, M Loso, G MacDonald, M Peros, D Porinchu, C Schiff, H Seppä, E Thomas). 2009. Recent warming reverses long-term cooling. Science 325: 1236-1239. DOI: 10.1126/science.1173983.

Bunbury, J and K Gajewski. 2009. Biogeography of freshwater ostracodes in the Canadian Arctic. Arctic 63: 324-332.

Fortin, M-C and K Gajewski. 2009. Assessing sediment production indices in Arctic lakes. Polar Biology 32: 985-998. doi: 10.1007/s00300-009-0598-1

Bunbury, J and K Gajewski. 2009. Postglacial climates inferred from a lake at treeline, southwest Yukon Territory, Canada. Quaternary Science Reviews 28: 354-369doi: 10.1016/j.quascirev.2008.10.007

Viau, A and K Gajewski. 2009. Reconstructing millennial-scale, regional paleoclimates of boreal Canada during the Holocene. Journal of Climate 22: 316-330. doi: 10.1175/2008JCLI2342.1

Peros, M and K Gajewski. 2009. Pollen-based reconstructions of late Holocene climate from the central and western Canadian Arctic. Journal of Paleolimnology 41: 161-175.doi: 10.1007/s10933-008-9256-9.

Viau, A, K Gajewski, M Sawada and J Bunbury. 2008. Low- and High-frequency climate variability in Beringia during the past 25,000 years. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 45: 1435-1453.doi:10.1139/E08-036

Gajewski, K. 2008. The global pollen database in biogeographical and paleoclimatic studies.Progress in Physical Geography 32: 379-402. doi: 10.1177/0309133308096029

Peros, M, K Gajewski and A Viau. 2008Continental-scale tree population response to rapid climate change, competition and disturbance. Global Ecology and Biogeography 17: 658-669. doi: 10.1111/j.1466-8238.2008.00406.x

Finkelstein, S A and K Gajewski. 2008. Responses of Fragilarioid-dominated diatom assemblages in a small Arctic lake to Holocene climatic changes, Russell Island, Nunavut, Canada. Journal of Paleolimnology 40: 1079-1095. doi:10.1007/s10933-008-9215-5

Gajewski, K. 2008. Comment on “Abrupt environmental change in Canada’s northernmost lake inferred from fossil diatom and pigment stratigraphy” by Dermott Antoniades et al. Geophysical Research Letters 35, L08701.doi:10.1029/2007GL032316. (refereed)

Paull, T, P Hamilton, K Gajewski and M LeBlanc. 2008. Numerical analysis of small Arctic diatoms (Bacillariophyceae) representing the Staurosira and Staurosirella species complexes. Phycologia 47: 213-224. 

Peros, M and K Gajewski. 2008. Testing the reliability of pollen-based diversity estimates. Journal of Paleolimnology 40: 357-368. doi 10.1007/s10933-007-9166-2

Bunbury, J and K Gajewski. 2008. Does a one point sample adequately characterize the lake environment for paleoenvironmental calibration studies? Journal of Paleolimnology 39: 511-531.doi 10.1007/s10933-007-9127-9

Peros, M and K Gajewski. 2008. Holocene climate and vegetation change on Victoria Island, western Canadian Arctic. Quaternary Science Reviews. 27: 235-249. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2007.09.002

Anne Gilbert

Gilbert, A. et M. Forest. De l’ACFO à l’AFO : 1992-2005. Dans Michel Bock et Yves Frenette (dir.) Histoire de l’ACFÉO-ACFO. Ottawa : Les Presses de l’Université d’Ottawa. A paraître.

A. Gilbert, N. Gallant et H. Cao. Mobilité et minorités. Dans Rodrigue Landry (dir.) Enquête sur la vitalité des minorités de langue officielle. Québec : Les Presses de l’Université Laval. Version anglaise disponible sous le titre Minority and mobilities. A paraître.

Gilbert, A. Un espace franco-ontarien en pleine transformation.Dans Yves Frenette,  Étienne Rivard et Marc St-Hilaire (dir.), La francophonie nord-américaine
Québec : Les Presses de l’Université Laval, (Coll. «Atlas historique du Québec») : 263-268. 2013

Gilbert, A.  Les territoires forestiers de l’Ouest du Québec, entre centre et périphérie.  Dans Guy Chiasson et Édith Leclerc (dir.) La gouvernance locale des forêts publiques québécoisesQuébec : Les Presses de l’Université du Québec : 89-124. 2013

GUIMOND, L., A. Gilbert et M. SIMARD. Faire sa place et être de la place : la rencontre timide des nouveaux ruraux et des populations plus anciennes. Le Géographe canadien Accepté pour publication (juin 2012).A paraître

Gilbert, A. La signature frontalière de l’identité franco-ontarienne.Francophonies d’Amérique Accepté pour publication (septembre 2012). A paraître.

Gilbert, A. et M. Brosseau. La frontière asymétrique : les minorités linguistiques dans la région de la Capitale nationale. Le Géographe canadien. 55, 4, 470-489, 2011.

Gilbert, A. et L. Veronis. Habiter Gatineau depuis la marge minoritaire : frontière et citoyenneté. Revue ACME.  Accepté pour publication (mars 2011). A paraître.

Gilbert, A.  Ingrédients d’une ambition territoriale. Dans Rupak Chattopadhyay et Gilles Paquet (dir.) The Unimagined Canadian: Challenges for the Federal Capital Region.Ottawa, Invenire Books : 123-130. 2011

Gilbert, A., M.Brosseau, L.Veronis, B. Ray, C. Andrew et C. Mousseau. Le meilleur des deux mondes :l’expérience géographique des immigrants francophones d’Afrique centrale dans la région de la Capitale nationale. METROPOLIS. La francophonie au Canada. Capsule recherche 9, 35-37. 2010. Voir aussi la traduction anglaise

Gilbert, A. (dir.) Territoires francophones. Études géographiques sur la vitalité des communautés francophones du Canada. Québec : Éditions du Septentrion : 413 pages. 2010. Introduction : Territoire, milieux et vitalité des minorités francophones, 11-18. Conclusion : Une géographie difficile,  383-39. Autres textes.

Gilbert, A. Les localités francophones entre minorité et majorité.Dans A. Gilbert (dir.) territoires francophones. Études géographiques sur la vitalité des communautés francophones du Canada. Québec : Éditions du Septentrion : 209-225, 2010.

FOREST, M. et A. Gilbert. Le sort de la culture dans la francophonie canadienne : le discours du milieu associatif en contexte. Recherches sociographiques, LI, 3, 365-388 septembre-décembre 2010.

GilbertA., M. Lefebvre et L. Bouchard. L'ambition territoriale dans le dossier de la santé en français. Francophonies d’Amérique, 29, 55-78, 2010.

Gilbert, A., M. BOCK et J.Y. Thériaultl (dir.) Entre lieux et mémoire. L’inscription de la francophonie canadienne dans la durée.Ottawa : Presses de l’Université d’Ottawa: 367 pages. 2009. Introduction : De la mémoire des lieux aux lieux de mémoire. Enjeux de la commémoration dans la francophonie canadienne, 3-18.

Gilbert, A.  Paysage linguistique et vitalité communautaire : une réflexion inspirée de l’Ontario français. Quebec Studies, 46, 33-47, Fall 2008/Winter 2009.

Gilbert, A.  Du village à la métropole : les nouvelles communautés franco-ontariennes.  Dans D. Louder et É. Waddell (dir.) Franco-Amérique. Québec, Septentrion : 61-81, 2008.

Gilbert, A. et M. Lefebvre. Un espace sous tension : nouvel enjeu de la vitalité communautaire de la francophonie canadienne. Dans J.Y. Thériaultl, A. 

Gilbert
 et L. Cardinal (dir.) Nouveaux enjeux, nouvelles mobilisations : l’espace francophone en milieu minoritaire au Canada. Montréal, Fides : 27-72, 2008.

Gilbert, A. La refondation de la communauté franco-ontarienne par l’école. Dans A. Trépanier (dir.) La rénovation de l’héritage démocratique. Entre fondation et refondation Ottawa, Presses de l’Université d’Ottawa : 220-242, 2008.

Thériaultl, J.Y., A. Gilbert et L. Cardinal (dir.) Nouveaux enjeux, nouvelles mobilisations : l’espace francophone en milieu minoritaire au Canada. Montréal : Fides : 562 pages. 2008. Introduction : 9-24.

Langlois, A. et A. Gilbert. La population « intégrée » à la francophonie torontoise : mesure et géographie. Canadian Issues/Thèmes canadiens, 69-74, printemps 2008.

Saeid Homayouni

Mohsen Zare-Baghbidi and Saeid Homayouni, 2013, “Fast hyperspectral anomaly detection for environmental applications”, J. Appl. Remote Sens. 7(1).

Mahdi Hasanlou, Farhad Samadzadegan, Saeid Homayouni, “SVM-based hyperspectral image classification using intrinsic dimension”, 2013, Arabian Journal of Geosciences, 10/2013; DOI:10.1007/s12517-013-1141-9.

Saeid Niazmardi; Saeid Homayouni; Abdolreza Safari; 2013, “An Improved FCM Algorithm Based on the SVDD for Unsupervised Hyperspectral Data Classification”, IEEE JSTARS Vol: 6, Issue: 2, pp. 831 - 839.

S. Khazai, A. Safari, and B. Mojaradi, S. Homayouni, 2013, “Performance comparison of contemporary anomaly detectors for detecting man-made objects in hyperspectral images”, Journal of Photogrammetrie Fernerkundung Geoinformation (German Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing), January  pp. 19-30.

Saeid Niazmardi; Amin Alizadeh Naeini; Saeid Homayouni; Abdolreza Safari; Farhad Samadzadegan, 2012, “Particle swarm optimization of kernel-based fuzzy c-means for hyperspectral data clustering”, J. Appl. Remote Sens. 6(1).

Safa Khazai, Abdolreza Safari, Barat Mojaradi, Saeid Homayouni,2012, “An Approach for Subpixel Anomaly Detection in Hyperspectral Images”, IEEE JSTARS Vol: 6, Issue: 2, pp. 769 – 778.

Reza Shah Hosseini, Saeid Homayouni, and Reza Safari, 2012, “Modified algorithm based on support vector machines for classification of hyperspectral images in a similarity space”, Journal of Applied Remote Sensing, Vol. 6, Issue 1.

S. Khazai, A. Safari, and B. Mojaradi, S. Homayouni, 2012, “Improving the SVDD Approach to Hyperspectral Image Classification,” IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters, Vol. 9, No. 4, 9, pp. 594 – 598.

Nastaran Saberi, Saeid Homayouni, Mahdi Motagh, 201x, “Snow Runoff Modeling Using Meteorological, Geological andRemotely Sensed Data”, special issue on RS&GIS, Research Journal of Tarbiat Modares University, in press.

S. Khazai, S. Homayouni, A. Safari, and B. Mojaradi, 2011, “­Anomaly Detection in Hyperspectral Images Based on an Adaptive Support Vector Method,” IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters, Vol. 8, no.4, pp. 646-650.

Mohsen Zare BaghbidiKamal JamshidiAhmad Reza Naghsh NilchiSaeid Homayouni, 2011,“Improvement of Anomoly Detection Algorithms in Hyperspectral Images using Discrete Wavelet Transform”, Signal & Image Processing : An International Journal (SIPIJ), Vol. 2, No. 4, 13-25.

Shahbazi, Mozhdeh; Homayouni, Saeid; Saadatseresht, Mohammad; Sattari, Mehran, 2011, “Range Camera Self-Calibration Based on Integrated Bundle Adjustment via Joint Setup with a 2-D Digital Camera’, Sensors 11, no. 9: pp. 8721-8740.

R. Shah Hosseini, I. Entezari, S. Homayouni, Mahdi Motagh, B. Mansouri, 2011 “Classification of Polarimetric SAR Images Using Support Vector Machines”, Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, 37(2): pp. 220-233.

S. Homayouni, C. Germain, O. Lavialle, G. Grenier, J-P. Goutouly, C. Van Leeuwen & J-P. Da Costa, 2008. “Abundance weighting for improved vegetation mapping in row crops. Application to vineyard vigour monitoring”, Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing Vol. 34-2, November, pp. 228-239.

 “A Comparison Study Between Two Hyperspectral Clustering Methods: KFCM and PSO-FCM”, Amin Alizadeh Naeini, Saeid Niazmardi, Shahin Rahmatollahi Namin, Farhad Samadzadegan, and Saeid Homayouni, Chapter 3 in “Computational Intelligence and Decision Making: Trends and Applications, Intelligent Systems, Control and Automation: Science and Engineering”, by Ana Madureira, Cecilia Reis, Viriato Marques, Vol. 61, 2012, Springer Science.

Denis Lacelle

Lacelle, D., Davila, AF., Fisher, DA., Pollard, WH., DeWitt, R., Heldmann, JL., Marinova, MM., McKay, CP. 2013. Excess ground ice of condensation-diffusion origin in University Valley, McMurdo Dry Valleys of Antarctica: evidence from isotope geochemistry and numerical modeling. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 120, 280-297. 

Marinova, M., McKay, CP., Pollard, WH., Heldman, JL., Davila, AF., Andersen, DT., Jackson, AW., Lacelle, D., Paulson, G., Zacny, K. 2013. Distribution of depth to ice-cemented soils in the high-elevation Quartermain Mountains, Dry Valleys of Antarctica. Antarctic Science 25, 575-582. doi:10.1017/S095410201200123X.

Davila, A., Fairen, AG., Stokes, C.R., Platz, T., Rodriguez, A.P., Lacelle, D., Dohm, J., Pollard, WH. 2013. Evidence for Hesperian glaciation along the Martian dichotomy boundary. Geology 41, 755-758. doi:10.1130/G34201.1 

Kokelj, SV., Lacelle, D., Lantz, TC., Malone, L., Clark, ID, Chin, K., Tunnicliffe, J., Czarneki, A., Joynte, A. 2013. Thawing of massive ground-ice in mega slumps drives increases in stream sediment and solute flux across a range of watershed scales. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 118, 681-692. doi:10.1002/jgrf.20063

Lacelle, D., Vasil’chuck, Y.R. 2013. Recent progress (2007-2012) in permafrost isotope geochemistry. 2013. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 24, 138-145. doi: 10.1002/ppp.1768.

McKay, CP., Stoker, CR., Glass, BJ., Davé, AI., Davila, AF., Heldmann, JL., Marinova, MM., Fairen, AG., Quinn, RC., Zacny, KA., Paulsen, G., Smith, PH., Parro, V., Andersen, DT., Hecht, MH., Lacelle, D., Pollard, WH. 2013. The IceBreaker life mission to Mars: a search for biomolecule evidence for life. Astrobiology 13, 334-353.

Pollard, WH. Lacelle, D., Davila, AF., Andersen, D., McKay, CP., Marinova, M., Heldman, J. 2012. Ground ice conditions in University Valley, McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Proceedings Tenth International Conference on Permafrost, volume 1: Edited by K.M. Hinkel, Salekhard, Yamal-Nenets Autonomous District, Russia, June 25–29, 2012, The Northern Publisher, pp. 305-310.

Heldmann, JL., Marinova, M., Williams, KE., Lacelle, D., McKay, CP., Davila, A., Pollard, WH., Andersen, DT. 2012. Formation and evolution of buried snowpack deposits in Pearse Valley, Antarctica: implications for Mars. Antarctic Science 24, 299-316. doi:10.1017/S0954102011000903

Lacelle, D., Radtke, K., Clark, ID., Fisher, D., Lauriol, B., Utting, N., Whyte, LG. 2011. Geomicrobiology and occluded O2-CO2-Ar analyses provide evidence of microbial respiration in ancient terrestrial ground ice bodies. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 306, 46-54.   

Lacelle, D. 2011. On the d18O, dD and D-excess relations in meteoric precipitation and during equilibrium freezing: theoretical approach and field examples. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 22, 13-25. 

St-Jean, M., Clark, ID, Lauriol, B., Lacelle, D., Zdanowicz, C. 2011. Investigation of ice wedge infilling processes using stable O-H isotopes, crystallography and occluded gases (O2, N2, Ar). Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 22, 49-64.

Lacelle, D. Davila, A., Pollard, WH., Andersen, D., Heldmann, J., Marinova, M., McKay, CP. 2011. Stability of massive ground ice bodies in University Valley, McMurdo Dry Valleys of Antarctica: using stable O-H isotopes as tracers of sublimation in hyper-arid regions. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 301, 403-411.

Lauriol, B. Lacelle, D., St-Jean, M., Clark, ID., Zazula, G. 2010. Late Quaternary paleoenvironments and growth of intrusive ice in eastern Beringia (Eagle River valley, northern Yukon, Canada). Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 47, 941-955.

Lacelle, D. 2010. Discussion: “The biogenic origin of needle fibre calcite” by G. Cailleau et al., 2009. Sedimentology 57, 1147-1149.

Lacelle, D., Bjornson, J., Lauriol, B. 2010. Climatic and geomorphic factors affecting contemporary (1950-2004) activity of retrogressive thaw slumps on the Aklavik Plateau, Richardson Mountains, N.W.T., Canada. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 1, 1-15. 

Lacelle, D., Léveillé, R. 2010. Acid drainage generation and associated Ca-Fe-SO4 minerals in a periglacial environment, Eagle Plains, northern Yukon, Canada: a potential analogue for low temperature sulfate formation on Mars. Planetary and Space Science 58, 509-521.

Lacelle, D., St-Jean, M., Lauriol, B., Clark, ID, Lewkowicz, A., Froese, D., Kuehn, SC., Zazula, G. 2009. Burial and preservation a 30,000 year old perennial snowbank in Red Creek valley, Ogilvie Mountains, central Yukon, Canada. Quaternary Science Reviews 28, 3401-3413.

Pellerin, A., Lacelle, D., Fortin, D., Clark, ID, Lauriol, B. 2009. Microbial diversity in endostromatolites and the surrounding permafrost landscape, Haughton impact crater, Devon Island, Canada. Astrobiology 9, 807-822. 

Lacelle, D., Lauriol, B., Clark, ID. 2009. Formation of seasonal ice bodies and associated cryogenic carbonates in Caverne de l’Ours, Québec, Canada: Kinetic isotope effects and pseudo-biogenic crystal structures. Journal of Cave and Karst Studies 71, 48-62.  

Lauriol, B., Lacelle, D., Labrecque, S., Duguay, C.R., Telka, A. 2009. Holocene evolution of lakes in the Bluefish Basin, northern Yukon, Canada. Arctic 62, 212-224.

Labrecque, S., Lacelle, D., Duguay, C.R., Lauriol, B., Hawkings, J. 2009. Contemporary (1951-2001) evolution of lakes in the Old Crow Basin, northern Yukon, Canada: remote sensing, numerical modeling and stable isotope analysis. Arctic 62, 225-238. 

Lacelle, D., Pellerin, A., Clark, ID., Lauriol, B., Fortin, D. 2009. (Micro)morphological, inorganic-organic isotope geochemistry and microbial populations in endostromatolites (cf. fissure calcretes), Haughton impact crater, Devon Island, Canada: the influence of geochemical pathways on the preservation of isotopic biomarkers. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 281, 202-214.

Bernard Lauriol

Utting, N., Lauriol, B., Mochnacz N., Aeschbach-Hertig W., Clark, I.D. 2013. Noble gas and isotope geochemistry in western Canadian Arctic watersheds: tracing groundwater recharge in permafrost terrain Hydrogeology Journal, 21: 79-91 ( Publié dans le numéro special: Hydrogeology of Cold Regions)

Utting, N., Clark, I.D., Lauriol, B., Wieser, M. and Aeschbach-Hertig W. Origin and flow dynamics of perennial groundwater in continuous permafrost terrain using isotopes and noble gases: cas study of the Fishing Branch River, Northern Yukon, Canada. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 23: 91-106

Utting, N., Clark, I.D., Lauriol, B., Weiser, M. 2012. Origin and flow dynamics of perennial groundwater in continuous permafrost terrain, using isotopes and noble gas : a study on the Fishing Branch River, Northern Yukon, Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, -(Sous presse) : 11-0015.R

Lacelle, D., Radtke, K., Clark, ID., Fisher, D., Lauriol, B., Utting, N., Whyte, LG. 2011. Geomicrobiology and occluded O2-CO2-Ar analyses provide evidence of microbial respiration in ancient terrestrial ground ice bodies. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 306, 46-54.

St-Jean, M., Clark, ID, Lauriol, B., Lacelle, D., Zdanowicz, C. 2011. Investigation of ice wedge infilling processes using stable O-H isotopes, crystallography and occluded gases (O2, N2, Ar). Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 22, 49-64.

Lauriol B., Lacelle, D., St-Jean, M., Clark I.D. and Zazula, G. 2010.  Late Quaternary paleoenvironments and growth of intrusive ice revealed by a thaw slump in the Eagle River Valley, northern Yukon, Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences. 47: 941-955.

Cumbaa, S., Lauriol, B, Noel, A., Ross, M., and Mott, R. 2010 A new whitefish from the early Pleistocene of Bluefish Basin, Yukon Territory, Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences. 47: 221-235.

Kennedy, K.E., Froese, D.G., Zazula, G.D., and Lauriol, B. 2010 LGM age for the northwest Laurentide maximum from the Eagle River spillway and braid delta complex, northern Yukon. Quaternary Sciences Reviews. 19: 1288-1300

St-Jean, M., Lauriol, B, Clark, I.D, Lacelle, D., and Zdanowicz, C. 2010. Understanding the filling process in ice wedges using crystallography, stable O-H isotopes and gas composition  (O2, N2, Ar). Permafrost and Periglacial Processes. DOI: 10.1002/PPP680.

Lacelle, D., Bjornson, J., Lauriol, B. 2010. Climatic and erosional controls affecting contemporary (1950-2004) retrogressive thaw slump activities in the Willow River valley, Richardson Mountains, NWT., Canada. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 21: 1-15 – DOI:10.1002/PPP666.

Denis Lacelle, Melanie St-Jean, Bernard Lauriol, Ian D. Clark, Antoni Lewkowicz, Duane G. Froese, Stephen C. Kuehn, Grant Zazula. 2009. Burial and preservation of a 30,000 year old perennial snowbank in Red Creek valley, Ogilvie Mountains, central Yukon, Canada. Quaternary Science Reviews 28 (2009): 3401-3413.

Pellerin, A., Lacelle, D.,Clark, I.D., Lauriol, B., Fortin, D. 2009. Microbial diversity in endostromatolites and the surrounding landscape, Haughton impact crater, Devon Island, Canada. Astrobiology. Volume 9, Number 9.

Lacelle, D., Lauriol, B., Clark, I.D. 2009. Formation of seasonal cave ice and associated cryogenic carbonates in Caverne de l'Ours, Québec, Canada. Kinetic isotope effects and pseudo-biogenic crystal structures. Journal of Cave and Karst Studies, v. 71, no. 1, p. 48-62.

Labrecque, S., Lacelle, D., Duguay, C.R., Lauriol, B., Hawkings, J. S. 2009. Contemporary (1951-2001) evolution of lakes in the Old Crow region, northern Yukon : remote sensing, numerical modelling and stable isotope analysis: Climatic or geomorphological effects? Arctic, 62 (2) : 225-238.

Lauriol, B., Lacelle, D., Labrecque, S., Duguay, C.R., Telka, 2009.  Holocene evolution of  lakes in the Bluefish Basin, northern Yukon. Arctic 62 (1) : 212-214.
Lacelle, D., Pellerin, A. Clark, I.D., Lauriol, B., Fortin, D. 2009. (Micro)morphological, inorganic, and organic isotope geochemistry and microbial populations in endostromatolites (cf. fissure calcretes), Haughton impact crater, Devon Island, Canada.: the influence of geochemiocal pathways on the preservation of isotopic biomarkers. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 281 : 202-214.

Kinnard, C. Koerner, R.M., Zdanowicz, C., Fisher, D., Zheng J., Sharp, M,.J., Nicholson, L. and Lauriol, B. 2008. Stratigraphic analysis of an ice core from the Prince of Wales Icefield, Ellesmere Island, Arctic Canada, using digital image analysis: high-resolution density, past summer warmth reconstruction, and melt effect on ice core solid conductivity. Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 113, D24120.

Lacelle, D., Juneau, V. , Pellerin, A., Lauriol, B., Clark, ID. 2008.  Weathering regime and geochemical evolution in a polar desert environment, Haughton impact structure region, Devon Island, Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 45: 1139-1157.

Antoni Lewkowicz

James, M.A., Lewkowicz, A.G., Smith, S.L. and Miceli, C. Multi-decadal degradation and persistence of permafrost in the Alaska Highway corridor, northwest Canada. Environmental Research Letters, 8, 045013, doi:10.1088/1748-9326/8/4/045013, 2013.

Bonnaventure P.P. and Lewkowicz A.G. Impacts of mean annual air temperature change on a regional permafrost probability model for the southern Yukon and northern British Columbia, Canada. The Cryosphere, 7, 935-946, doi:10.5194/tc-7-935-2013.

Smith, S.L., Throop, J., and Lewkowicz, A.G. Recent changes in climate and permafrost temperatures at forested and polar desert sites in northern Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 49(8), 914-924. DOI: 10.1139/e2012-019, 2012.

Derksen, C., Smith, S.L., Sharp, M., Brown, L., Howell, S., Copland, L., Mueller, D.R., Gauthier, Y., Fletcher, C., Tivy, A., Bernier, M., Bourgeois, J., Brown, R., Burn, C.R., Kusher, P., Langlois, A., Lewkowicz, A.G., Royer, A., Walker, A. Change in the Canadian cryosphere. Climatic Change, 115 (1), 59-88. DOI: 10.1007/s10584-012-0470-0, 2012.

Lewkowicz, A.G., Bonnaventure, P.P., Smith, S.L., Kuntz, Z. Spatial and thermal characteristics of mountain permafrost, northwest Canada. Geografiska Annaler Series A, 94(2) 195-213. doi:10.1111/j.1468-0459.2012.00462.x, 2012.

Bonnaventure, P.P. and Lewkowicz, A.G. Permafrost probability modelling above and below treeline, Yukon, Canada. Cold Regions Science and Technology, 79-80, 92-106. DOI: 10.1016/j.coldregions.2012.03.004, 2012.

Bonnaventure, P.P., Lewkowicz, A.G., Kremer, M., Sawada, M. A regional permafrost probability model for the southern Yukon and northern British Columbia, Canada. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 23, 52-68. DOI: 10.1002/ppp.1733, 2012.

Throop, J., Lewkowicz, A.G., Smith, S.L. Climate and ground temperature relations at sites across the continuous and discontinuous permafrost zones, northern Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 49(8), 865-876. doi: 10.1139/e11-075, 2012.

Lewkowicz, A.G., Etzelmüller, B. and Smith, S.L. Characteristics of discontinuous permafrost from ground temperature measurements and electrical resistivity tomography, southern Yukon, Canada. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 22(4) 320-342. DOI: 10.1002/ppp.703, 2011.

Lewkowicz, A.G. and Bonnaventure, P.P. Equivalent elevation: a method to incorporate variable lapse rates into mountain permafrost modeling. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 22(2), 153-162. DOI: 10.1002/ppp.720, 2011.

Kremer, M., Lewkowicz, A.G., Bonnaventure, P.P. and Sawada, M. Utility of classification and regression tree analyses and vegetation in mountain permafrost models, Yukon Territory, Canada. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 22(2) 163-178. DOI: 10.1002/ppp.719, 2011

Lewkowicz, A.G. Slope hummock development, Fosheim Peninsula, Ellesmere Island, Nunavut, Canada. Quaternary Research, 75(2) 334-346. doi:10.1016/j.yqres.2010.12.013, 2011.

Bonnaventure, P.P. and Lewkowicz, A.G. Modelling climate change effects on the spatial distribution of mountain permafrost at three sites in northwest Canada. Climatic Change, 105 (1-2), 293-312. DOI 10.1007/s10584-010-9818-5, 2011.

Cannone, N., Lewkowicz, A.G., Guglielmin, M.  Vegetation colonization of permafrost-related landslides, Ellesmere Island, Canadian High Arctic. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences, 115, G04020, doi:10.1029/2010JG001384, 2010. 

Smith, S.L., Romanovsky, V.E., Lewkowicz, A.G., Burn, C.R., Allard, M., Clow, G., Yoshikawa, K., Throop, J. Thermal state of permafrost in North America – a contribution to the International Polar Year. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 21(2), 117-135. DOI: 10.1002/ppp.690, 2010.

Grosse, G., Romanovsky, V.E., Nelson, F.E., Brown, J., Lewkowicz, A.G. Why permafrost is thawing, not melting. Eos: Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 91(9), 87. doi:10.1029/2010EO090003, 2010.

Lacelle, D., St-Jean, M., Lauriol, B., Clark, I.D., Lewkowicz, A., Froese, D.G., Kuehn, S.C., Zazula, G. Burial and preservation of a 30,000 year old perennial snowbank in Red Creek valley, Ogilvie Mountains, central Yukon, Canada. Quaternary Science Reviews, 28, 3401-3413. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2009.09.013, 2009.

Guglielmin, M., Lewkowicz, A.G., French, H.M. and Strini, A. Lake-ice blisters, Terra Nova Bay area, northern Victoria Land, Antarctica. Geografiska Annaler, 91A, 99-111. DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-0459.2009.00357.x, 2009.

Lewkowicz, A.G.: Evaluation of miniature temperature-loggers to monitor snowpack evolution at mountain permafrost sites, northwestern Canada. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 19, 323-331. DOI: 10.1002/ppp.625, 2008.

Bonnaventure, P.P.  and Lewkowicz, A.G.: Mountain permafrost probability mapping using the BTS method in two climatically dissimilar locations, northwest Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 45, 443-455. DOI: 10.1139/E08-013, 2008.

Lewkowicz, A.G. and Bonnaventure, P.P.: Interchangeability of local mountain permafrost probability models, northwest Canada. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 19, 49-62. DOI: 10.1002/ppp.612, 2008.

Brenda Macdougall

Macdougall, Brenda, Carolyn Podruchny and Nicole St-Onge, Contours of Métis Landscapes: Family, Mobility and History in Northwestern North America, Nicole St-Onge, Carolyn Podruchny and Brenda Macdougall eds. (Norman OK: Oklahoma University Press, winter 2012)

Macdougall, Brenda, “The Myth of Metis Cultural Ambivalence,” inContours of Metis Landscapes: Family, Mobility, and History in Northwestern North America, Nicole St-Onge, Carolyn Podruchny and Brenda Macdougall eds. (Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, winter 2012)

Brenda Macdougall, One of the Family: Metis Culture in Nineteenth Century Northwestern Saskatchewan, Vancouver University of British Columbia Press, 2010 (winner of Cleo Prize, best book in prairie division, Canadian Historical Association, 30 May 2011)

Macdougall Brenda, “Speaking of Metis: Reading Family Life into Colonial Records” for Métis Compendium, National Research Initiative, Métis National Council (Regina: Canadian Plains Research Centre, submitted August 2011)

Macdougall, Brenda, “Orienting Family and Labour on the ‘Sketch Map’” for Keith Thor Carlson, ed., Northwestern Saskatchewan Atlas (submitted 2011)

Macdougall, Brenda, “Family Legacies and Histories in the English River District” for Keith Thor Carlson, ed., Northwestern Saskatchewan Atlas (submitted 2011)

Macdougall, Brenda, M. Teresa Carlson, “West Side Stories: The Blending of Voice and Representation through a Shared Curatorial Practice.” Susan Sleeper Smith, (ed). Contesting Knowledge: Museums and Indigenous Perspectives. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2009. pp. 156-191.

Macdougall, Brenda "‘The Comforts of Married Life’: Metis Family Life, Labour, and the Hudson’s Bay Company." Labour: Journal of Canadian Labour Studies Vol. 61 (Spring 2008)

Brian Ray

Andrew, C., Ray, B. and Chiasson, G. 2011. Ottawa-Gatineau: Capital Formation. In L.S. Bourne, T. Hutton, R.G. Shearmur and J. Simmons (eds) Canadian Urban Regions: Trajectories of Growth and Change. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 202-235.

Ray, B. and Rose, D. 2011. How gender matters to immigration and settlement in Canadian and US cities. In C. Teixeira, W. Li and A. Kobayashi (eds) Immigrant Geographies of North American Cities. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 138-157.

Boswell, T. and Ray, B. 2011. Contemporary profiels of black immigrants in the United States and Canada. In C. Teixeira, W. Li and A. Kobayashi (eds) Immigrant Geographies of North American Cities. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 231-255.

Ray, B. M. Bulthuis and C. Andrew 2010. Le contexte local et institutionnel de l’accès des familles immigrantes au logement abordable: étude exploratoire Ottawa/Montréal. L’habitat comme vecteur d’intégration dans la ville: quoi de neuf? Québec: Société d’habitation du Québec.

Ray, B. 2009. So Where is Ethnocultural Diversity in Canadian Cities? Plan Canada, (special edition), pp.83-88.

Ray, B. & Preston, V. 2009. Are Immigrants Socially Isolated? An Assessment of Neighbors and Neighboring In Canadian Cities. Journal of International Migration and Integration, 10(3), pp. 271-244.

Ray, B. & Preston, V. 2009b. Geographies of Discrimination: Variations in Perceived Discomfort and Discrimination in Canada’s Gateway Cities. Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies, 7(3), pp. 228-249.

Marc Saner

Saner M. and Marchant, G.E. (2015) Proactive International Regulatory Cooperation for Governance of Emerging Technologies.  Jurimetrics – (forthcoming)

Saner M., Heafey, E., and Bowman, D. (2013) Mapping the Regulatory Environment for Nanomaterials in Canada. Nanotechnology Law & Business 9 (4): 343-367.

Saner M. & Stoklosa A. (2013) Commercial, Societal and Administrative Benefits from the Analysis and Clarification of Definitions: The Case of Nanomaterials. Creativity and Innovation Management 22 (1): 26-36.

Saner M. (2013) The Role of Adaptation in the Governance of Emerging Technologies in Marchant, G. E., Abbott, K. W., and Allenby, B. (eds.), Innovative Governance Models for Emerging Technologies, (Edward Elgar Publishing, Northampton, MA), pp. 92-107.

Saner M. & Geelen J. (2012) Identity in a Technological Society: Governance Implications, Chapter 37 in Luppicini, Rocci (ed.), Handbook of Research on Technoself: Identity in a Technological Society, (IGI Global, Hershey, PA, 2012), pp. 720-741.

Aubin, I., Garbe, C.M., Colombo, S., Drever, C. R., McKenney, D., Messier, C., Pedlar, J., Saner, M.A., Venier, L., Wellstead, A.M., Winder, R., Witten, E., and Sainte-Marie, C. (2011) Why We Disagree About Assisted Migration: Ethical Implications of a Key Debate Regarding the Future of Canada’s Forests. Forestry Chronicle 86 (6): 755-765.

Fast S., Brklacich M. and Saner M. (2011) A Geography-Based Critique of New US Biofuels Regulations. Global Change Biology: Bioenergy 4 (3): 243-252.

Saner M. and Daar A. (2011) Towards Streamlined Regulation of Converging Technologies,” Optimum Online 41(3), online 7 pp

Pelley J., Daar, A., & M. Saner (2009) State of Academic Knowledge on Toxicity and Biological Fate of Quantum Dots.  Toxicological Sciences 112(2): 276-296.

Saner M. (2008) Ethics, Governance and Regulation and the Environmental Aspects of Aquaculture in Culver, Keith and David Castle (eds.), Aquaculture, Innovation and Social Transformation (Springer, International Library of Environmental, Agricultural, and Food Ethics Vol. 17), pp. 115-121.

Saner M. (2007).  A Life-cycle Approach to Biotechnology Ethics. International Journal of Risk Assessment and Management 7 (3): 431-443.

Michael Sawada

Viau, A.E., Gajewski, K., SAWADA, M.C., Bunbury, J., Low-and-high-frequency climate variability in Eastern Beringia during the past 25,000 years. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (accepted), 2008.

Rainham, D.G., Krewski, D., McDowell, I., SAWADA, M., & Liekens, B. Development of a wearable global positioning system for place and health research. International Journal of Health Geographics (accepted), 2008.

Rainham, D.G., McDowell, I., Krewski, D., & SAWADA, M.. 2008b. Conceptualizing the healthscape: contributions of time geography and location technologies to place and health research. Social Science & Medicine, (submitted), 2008.

Parenteau, M.-P., SAWADA, M., Kristjansson, E.A., Calhoun, M., Leclair, S., Labonté, R., Runnels, V., Musiol, A., and Herold, S. Development of Neighborhoods to Measure Spatial Indicators of Health. URISA Journal, 20(2), 43-55, 2008.

Kothari, A., Driedger, S.M., Bickford, J.J., Morrison, J, SAWADA, M., Graham, ID, Crighton, E. Mapping as a knowledge translation tool for Ontario Early Years Centres: Views from data analysts and managers. Implementation Science, 3(1). 2008.

Ouellet, G., Lapen, D.R., Topp, E., SAWADA, M., and Edwards, M. A heuristic model to predict earthworm biomass in agroecosystems based on selected management and soil properties, Applied Soil Ecology, 39: 35-45, 2008.

Luisa Veronis

Barwin, L., Shawande, M., Crighton, E. and Veronis, L. (Forthcoming) Teachings around self-care and medicine gathering in Manitoulin Island, Ontario: Re-building capacity begins with youth.Pimatisiwin: A Journal of Aboriginal and Indigenous Community Health (to be published online in Volume 11 Number 3 in January/February 2014)

Veronis, L. 2013. The border and immigrants in Ottawa-Gatineau: governance practices and the (re)production of a dual Canadian citizenship. Journal of Borderlands Studies Vol. 28 (2): 257-271. 

Gilbert, A. and Veronis, L. 2013. Habiter Gatineau depuis la marge minoritaire : frontière et citoyenneté. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies Vol. 12 (2), pp 576-602. 

Veronis, L. 2013. The role of nonprofit sector networks as mechanisms for immigrant political participation. Studies in Social Justice Vol. 7 (1), pp. 27-46.

Veronis, L. and Ray, B. 2013. Parcours de vie et mobilité : stratégies spatiales parmi des familles immigrantes dans la région transfrontalière de Gatineau-Ottawa. In Gaudet, S, Burlone, N., Lévesque, M. (eds.) Repenser les familles et ses transitions. Repenser les politiques publiques. Québec : Les Presses de l’Université Laval. Pp. 119-147.

Mezdour, A. and Veronis, L. 2012. Est-ce que l’environnement a une influence sur la migration internationale au Canada? Note de recherche sur le cas de la diaspora haïtienne à Ottawa-Gatineau. Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies/ Revue canadienne des études latino-américaines et caraïbes 37 (74), pp. 207-217.

Veronis, L. and Smith, H.A. 2011. Latin American Immigrants in the Nations and Cities of the US and Canada: Parallel and Diverging Geographies. In Carlos J. 
Teixeira, Wei Li, and Audrey Kobayashi (eds.) Immigrant Geographies of North American Cities. Don Mills, Ontario: Oxford University Press. Pp. 256-287.

Gilbert, A. and Veronis, L. 2010. Le meilleur des deux mondes : l’expérience géographique des immigrants francophones d’Afrique centrale dans la région de la Capitale nationale. Patrimoine canadien-Metropolis. Cahier de la recherche actuelle sur l’immigration francophone au Canada, capsule de recherche no 9, 38-40. 

Veronis, L. 2010. Immigrant participation in the transnational era: Latin Americans’ experiences with collective organizing in Toronto. Journal of International Migration and Integration 11 (2), pp. 173-192.

Veronis, L. and McAloney, B. 2010. Latin American Migration and the Border: A Preliminary Report. Department of Geography, University of Ottawa.

Veronis, L., Gilbert, A. and McAloney, B. 2010. Portuguese Migrants and the Border: A Preliminary Report. Department of Geography, University of Ottawa.

Ray, B., Veronis, L. and Feng, J. 2010. Chinese Immigrants and the Border: A Preliminary Report. Department of Geography, University of Ottawa.

Trudeau, D. and Veronis, L. 2009. Enacting state restructuring: NGOs as ‘translation mechanisms’.Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 27 (6), pp. 1117-1134.

André Viau

Gajewski, K., Munoz, S.E., Peros, M., Viau A.E., Morlan, R., and Betts, M. The Canadian Archeological Radiocarbon Database (CARD): archeological radiocarbon dates in North America and their paleoenvironmental context. Radiocarbon, 53: 371-394, 2011

Bartlein, P.J., Harrison, S.P., Brewer, S., Connor, S., Davis B.A.S., Gajewski, K., Guiot, J., Harrison-Prentice, T.I., Henderson, A., Peyron, O., Prentice, I.C., Scholze, M., Seppä, H., Shuman, B., Sugita, S., Thompson, R.S., Viau, A.E., Williams, J., Wu, H., Pollen-based continental climate reconstructions at 6 and 21 ka: a global synthesis. Climate Dynamics. DOI 10.1007/s00382-010-0904-1, 2011

Peros, M., Munoz, S., Gajewski, K., Viau, A.E., Prehistoric demography of North America inferred from radiocarbon data. Journal of Archaeological Science. 37: 656-664, 2010

Viau, A.E. and Gajewski, K., Reconstructing Millennial, Regional; Paleoclimates of Boreal Canada during the Holocene. Journal of Climate. 22: 316-330, 2009
Viau, A.E., Gajewski, K., Sawada, M.C., Bunbury, J., Low-and-high-frequency climate variability in Eastern Beringia during the past 25,000 years. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences. 45: 1435-1453, 2008

Peros, M., Gajewski, K., and Viau A.E., Continental-scale tree population response to rapid climate change, competition, and disturbance. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 17: 658-659, 2008

Sonia Wesche

Wesche, S.D. and D.R. Armitage. In press. Using qualitative scenarios to understand regional environmental change in the Canadian North. Regional Environmental Change.

Wesche, S.D. 2013. Métis women at risk: Health and service provision in urban British Columbia.Pimatisiwin: A Journal of Aboriginal and Indigenous Community Health (11)2: 187-196.

Kumar, M.B., S. Wesche, & C. McGuire. 2012. Trends in Métis-related Health Research (1980-2009): Identification of Research Gaps.Canadian Journal of Public Health 103(1): 23-28.

Wesche, S., R. Schuster, P. Tobin, C. Dickson, D. Matthiessen, S. Graupe, M. Williams & H.M. Chan. 2011. Community-based health research led by the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation. International Journal ofCircumpolar Health 70(4), 396-406.

Wesche, S., R. Ryan & C. Carry. 2011. First Nations, Inuit and Métis: Respiratory health initiatives environmental scan. Ottawa: National Aboriginal Health Organization, 74 pp.

Wolfe, B.B., M.M. Humphries, M.F.J. Pisaric, A.M. Balasubramaniam, C.R. Burn, L. Chan, D. Cooley, D.G. Froese, S. Graupe, R.I. Hall, T. Lantz, T.J. Porter, P.
Roy-Leveillee, K.W. Turner, S.D. Wesche, & M. Williams. 2011. Environmental change and traditional use of the Old Crow Flats in northern Canada: An IPY opportunity to meet the challenges of the new northern research paradigm. Arctic 64(1), 127-135.

Wesche, S. & H.M. Chan. 2010. Adapting to the impacts of climate change on food security among Inuit in the Western Canadian Arctic.Ecohealth 7(3), 361-373.

Wesche, S., N.T. Huynh, E. Nelson & L. Ramachandran. 2010. Challenges and opportunities in cross-cultural geographic inquiry.Journal of Geography in Higher Education 34(1), 59-75.

Brock, B.E., M.E. Martin, C.L. Mongeon, M.A. Sokal, S. Wesche, D. Armitage, B.B. Wolfe, R.I. Hall and T.W.D. Edwards. 2010. Flood frequency variability during the past 80 years in the Slave River Delta, NWT, as determined from multi-proxy paleolimnological analysis.Canadian Water Resources Journal 35(3), 281-300.

Wesche, S. & D.R. Armitage. 2010. From the inside out: A multi-scale analysis of adaptive capacity in a northern community and the governance implications. In D. R. Armitage & R. Plummer (Eds.), Adaptive capacity: Building environmental governance in an age of uncertainty. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer, 107-132.

Wylie, J., M. Bergin, C. Lem, and S. Wesche. 2010. Cultural Adaptation of the GAIN-Short Screener (Modified) for First Nations, Inuit and Métis: Results of a Study on Cultural Appropriateness of the GAIN-SS Modified.Prepared by the National Aboriginal Health Organization for the Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health. Ottawa: National Aboriginal Health Organization, 63 pp.

Wesche, S. & J. Rankin. 2010. ISPAYIN – Métis Youth Express Yourself! DVD and Discussion Guide. Ottawa: National Aboriginal Health Organization.

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