Member Recent Publications

  • Abadzadesahraei, S., Déry, S.J. and Rex, J. 2017. Quantifying the water balance of Coles Lake in northeastern British Columbia using in situ measurements and comparisons with other regional sources of water information; in Geoscience BC Summary of Activities 2016, Geoscience BC, Report 2017-1, p. 69–74
  • Aben, K., Wilkening, K and I.D. Hartley  2010  Deciphering the source of technology change: greenhouse gas emission reduction in the British Columbia forest industry, 1990-2005. Technology in Society 32:288-294
  • Acosta, J.A., A. Faz, S. Martínez-Martínez and J.M. Arocena  2011  Enrichment of metals in soils subjected to different land uses in a typical Mediterranean environment (Murcia City, southeast Spain) Applied Geochemistry 26:405–414
  • Acosta, J.A., Faz Cano, A., Arocena, J.M., Debela, F., Martinez-Martinez, S. 2009  Distribution of metals in soil particle size fractions and its implications to risk assessment of playgrounds in Murcia City (Spain). Geoderma 149: 101- 109
  • Acosta, J.A., S. Martínez-Martínez, A. Faz and J.M. Arocena 2011  Accumulations of major and trace elements in particle size fractions of soils on eight different parent materials. Geoderma 161:30–42
  • Adams, R.V., S.E. LaZerte, K.A. Otter, and T.M. Berg. 2016. Influence of landscape features on the microgeographic genetic structure of a resident songbird. Heredity , (24 February 2016).
  • Ahrens, C. Donald, Peter L. Jackson, and Christine E.J.  Jackson. 2012  Meteorology Today: An Introduction to Weather, Climate, and the Environment (1st Canadian ed.). Toronto: Nelson Education
  • Ahrens, C. D., P.L. Jackson, C.E.J. Jackson, 2016: Meteorology Today: An Introduction to Weather, Climate, and the Environment. 2nd  Canadian Edition. Toronto: Nelson Education. 597 pages plus 48 pages appendix, glossary, index.
  • Ainslie, B. and P.L. Jackson. 2009. The use of atmospheric dispersion models to determine influence regions in the Prince George B.C. airshed from the burning of open wood waste piles. Environmental Manager, 90, 2393-2401
  • Ainslie, B., P.L. Jackson, 2010: Downscaling and bias correcting a cold season precipitation climatology over coastal southern British Columbia using the Regional Atmospheric Modeling System (RAMS). Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 49, 937-953.
  • Ainslie, B., P.L. Jackson, 2011: Investigation of Mountain Pine Beetle above-canopy dispersion using Weather Radar and an Atmospheric Dispersion Model. Aerobiologia¸ 27, 51-65. DOI 10.1007/s10453-010-9176-9.
  • Ainslie, B. D.G. Steyn, C. Reuten, P.L. Jackson, 2013: A retrospective analysis of ozone formation in the Lower Fraser Valley, B.C. Part II: Influence of emissions reductions on ozone formation. Atmosphere-Ocean. 51(2), 170-186. DOI 10.1080/07055900.2013.782264
  • Ainslie, B., N. Alexander, N. Johnston, J. Bradley, A.C. Pomeroy, P.L. Jackson, K.A. Otter, 2014: Predicting spatial patterns of eagle migration using a mesoscale atmospheric model: a case study associated with a mountain-ridge wind development. International Journal of Biometeorology. 58(1), 17-30. DOI 10.1007/s00484-012-0620-0
  • Aitken, D.A., Child, K.N., Rea, R.V., and O.G. Hjeljord.  2012.  Age, sex and seasonal differences of carcass weights of moose from the central interior of British Columbia: A comparative analysis.  Alces 48: 105-122
  • Akça, E., Arocena, J., Kelling, G, Nagano, T., Degryse, P., Poblome, J., Çambel, H., Buyuk, G., Tümay, T., Kapur, S.  2009  Firing Temperatures and Raw Material Sources of Ancient Hittite Ceramics of Asia Minor. Trans. Ind. Ce-ram. Soc., 68:35-40
  • Akça, E., Arocena, J., Kılıç, S., Dingil, M. and S. Kapur  2010  Preliminary chemical and micromorphological observations on Urartu (800-600 BC) ceramics, Eastern Turkey. Geoarcheaology 25: 223-244
  • Akça, E., Kapur, S., Özdöl, S., Hodder, I., Poblome, J., Arocena, J., Kelling, G. and Bedestenci 2009  Clues of produc-tion for the Neolithic Çatalhöyük (central Anatolia) pottery. Scientific Research and Essay, 4:612-625
  • Albers, S.J. and E.L. Petticrew  2012  Ecosystem response to a salmon disturbance regime: implications for downstream nutrient fluxes in aquatic systems.  Limnology and Oceanography  57: 113-123
  • Albers, S. J., Déry, S. J. and Petticrew, E. L., 2015: Flooding in the Nechako River Basin of Canada: A random forest model‐ ing approach to flood analysis in a highly regulated reservoir system, Canadian Water Resources Journal, 41.
  • Allan, J. R., Venter, O. & Watson, J. E. M. 2017. Temporally inter-comparable maps of terrestrial wilderness and the Last of the Wild. Scientific Data 4, 170187, doi:10.1038/sdata.2017.187.
  • Allan JR, Venter O, Maxwell S, Bertzky B, Jones K, Shi Y, Watson JEM. 2017. Recent increases in human pressure and forest loss threaten many Natural World Heritage Sites. Biological Conservation 206 - 47-55
  • Allan JR, Kormos C, Jaeger T, Venter O, Bertzky B, Shi Y, Mackay B, Merm R, Osipova E, Watson JEM. 2018. Gaps and opportunities for the World Heritage Convention to contribute to global wilderness conservation. Conservation Biology 32: 116-162
  • Allchin, M. and Déry, S. J., 2017: A spatio-temporal analysis of trends in Northern Hemisphere snow-dominated area and duration, 1971-2014, Annals of Glaciology, 58(75pt1), 21-35.
  • Allen, J., K. Bartlett, M. Graham, P.L. Jackson 2011: Ambient concentrations of airborne endotoxin in two cities in the interior of British Columbia, Canada. Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 13, 631-640, DOI:10.1039/C0EM00235F
  • Amos, K.J., Croke, J.C., Timmers, H., Owens, P.N., Thompson, C.  2009  The application of caesium-137 measurements to investigate floodplain deposition in a large semi-arid catchment in Queensland, Australia: a low-fallout environment. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 34: 515-529
  • Anderson, T.A., and C.J. Johnson. 2014. Distribution of barren-ground caribou during winter in response to fire. Ecosphere 5(10):140.
  • Arocena, J.M., van Mourik, J.M., Schilder, M.L.M. and Á. Faz Cano  2010  Initial soil development under pioneer plant species in metal mine waste deposits. Restoration Ecology 18(S2):244–252
  • Arocena, J.M., Velde, B.  2009 Transformation of chlorites by primary biological agents - a synthesis of X-ray diffrac-tion studies. Geomicrobiology J. 26:382-388
  • Aubin, I., A.D. Munson, F. Cardou, P.J. Burton, N. Isabel, J.H. Pedlar, A. Paquette, A.R. Taylor, S. Delagrange, H. Kebli, C. Messier, B. Shipley, F. Valladares, J. Kattge, L. Boisvert-Marsh, and D. McKenney. 2016. Traits to stay, traits to move: a review of functional traits to assess sensitivity and adaptive capacity of temperate and boreal forests to climate change. Environmental Reviews 24(2): 164-186.
  • Aukema, B.H., Powell, J.S., Clayton, M.K. and K.F. Ratta  2010  Variation in complex semiochemical signals arising from insects and host plants. Environmental Entomology 39: 874-882
  • Aukema, B.H., Zhu, J., Møller, J., Rasmussen, J.G., and K.F. Raffa.  2010  Predisposition to bark beetle attack by root herbivores and associated pathogens: Roles in forest decline, gap formation, and persistence of endemic bark beetle populations. Forest Ecology and Management 259: 374-382.
  • Bakri, T., P.L. Jackson, F. Doherty, 2017. A Synoptic Climatology of Strong Along-channel Winds on the Coast of British Columbia. International Journal of Climatology 37: 2398-2412.
  • Bakri, T., P.L. Jackson, F. Doherty, 2017: Along-channel Winds in Howe Sound: Climatological Effects and Case Studies. Atmosphere-Ocean. 55, 12-30.
  • Balogh, S.L., Huber, D.P.W., Lindgren, B.S. 2018. Single-generation effects on terpenoid defenses in lodgepole pine populations following mountain pine beetle infestation. PLoS ONE 13:e0196063.
  • Banerjee S., N. Kennedy, A.E. Richardson, K.N. Egger, and Siciliano, S.D. 2016. Archaeal ammonia oxidizers respond to soil factors at smaller spatial scales than overall archaea in a high Arctic polar oasis. Canadian Journal of Microbiology, Published on the web 1 February 2016.
  • Barboza, P.S., Parker, K.L.  2008  Allocating protein to reproduction in arctic reindeer and caribou. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 81: 835-855
  • Barboza, P.S., Parker, K.L., Hume, I.D.  2009  Integrative Wildlife Nutrition. (Springer-Verlag: Heidelberg) 342 pp.
  • Barrier, T.A. and C.J. Johnson  2012  The influence of fire history on selection of foraging sites by barren-ground caribou.  Ecoscience  19: 177-188
  • Barthod L.R.M., Liu K., Lobb D.A., Owens P.N., Martinez-Carreras N., Koiter A.J., Petticrew E.L., McCullough G.K., Liu C., Gaspar L. (2015). Selecting color-based tracers and classifying sediment sources in the assessment of sediment dynamics using sediment source fingerprinting. Journal of Environmental Quality, 44, 1605-1616.
  • Beedle M. J., Menounos, B., Luckman, H., Wheate, R.  2009  Annual push moraines as climate proxy. Geophys. Res. Lett., 36, L20501.
  • Beedle, M.J., B. Menounos, R. Wheate. (2014). An evaluation of mass-balance methods applied to Castle Creek Glacier, British Columbia, Canada. Journal of Glaciology, Vol. 60, No. 220, 2014
  • Beedle, M.J., B. Menounos, and R. Wheate. 2015. Glacier change in the Cariboo Mountains, British Columba, Canada (1952- 2005). Pp. 65-80 in “The Cryosphere”.
  • Benmansour, M., Mabit, L., Owens, P.N., Tarján, S., Walling, D.E. (2014). The use of excess 210Pb (210Pbex) as a soil and sediment tracer. In: Guidelines for Using Fallout Radionuclides to Assess Erosion and Effectiveness of Soil Conservation Strategies. International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Technical Document, TecDoc 1741, IAEA, Vienna, Austria, pp. 79- 104.
  • Berg, B., B. Erhagen, M.-B. Johansson, L. Vesterdal, M. Faituri, P. Sanborn, and M. Nilsson. 2013. Manganese dynamics in decomposing needle and leaf litter — a synthesis. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 43(12): 1127-1136.
  • Berg, B., Johansson, M.B., Liu, C., Faiturie, M., Sanborn, P., Vesterdal, L., Ni, X., Hansen, K., and Ukonmaanaho, L. 2017. Calcium in decomposing foliar litter – A synthesis for boreal and temperate coniferous forests.  Forest Ecology and Management, 403: 137-144.
  • Berthier, E., Schiefer, E., Clarke, G.K.C., Menounos, B. and F. Rémy  2010  Contribution of Alaskan glaciers to sea-level rise derived from satellite imagery. Nature Geoscience, 17 January. doi: 10.1038/NGEO737
  • Berzins L.L, Dawson R.D. (2016) Experimentally altered plumage brightness of female tree swallows: a test of the differential allocation hypothesis. Behaviour 153: 525-550.
  • Berzins L.L, Dawson R.D. (2018) Experimentally altered plumage brightness of female tree swallows (Tachycineta bicolor) influences nest site retention and reproductive success Canadian Journal of Zoology 95: in press.
  • Berzins L.L, Shrimpton J.M., Dawson R.D. (2018) Experimentally altering pre-breeding sex steroids reduces extra-pair paternity in female tree swallows. Ethology 124: 410-422.
  • Binici, H., Arocena, J., Kapur, S., Aksogan, O., and H. Kaplan  2009  Microstructure of red brick dust and ground basaltic pumice blended cement mortars exposed to magnesium sulphate solutions. Can. J. Civ. Eng. 36:1784–1793
  • Binici, H., Arocena, J., Kapur, S., Aksogan, O., and H. Kaplan  2010  Investigation of the physico-chemical and microscopic properties of Ottoman mortars from Erzurum (Turkey).  Construction and Building Materials 24:1995–2002
  • Bitton P.-P., Dawson R.D. (2008) Age-related differences in plumage characteristics of male tree swallows: hue and brightness signal different aspects of individual quality. Journal of Avian Biology 39: 446-452.
  • Bitton P.-P., Dawson R.D. (2017) Age-related prenatal maternal effects and postnatal breeding experience have different influences on nestling development in an altricial passerine. Journal of Avian Biology 48: 660-668.
  • Bitton P.-P., Dawson R.D., Ochs C.L. (2008) Plumage characteristics, reproductive investment, and assortative mating in tree swallows Tachycineta bicolor. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 62: 1543-1550.
  • Björklund, N. and B.S. Lindgren  2010  Basal area – a measure with limited ecological significance for phloem feeding insects.  In Columbus, F. (Ed.) Insect Habitats: Characteristics, Diversity and Management. (New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.) pp 151-156
  • Björklund, N., B.S. Lindgren, T.L. Shore and T. Cudmore.  2009  Can predicted mountain pine beetle net production be used to improve stand prioritization for management? For. Ecol. Managem. 257: 233–237
  • Björklund, N., Lindgren, B.S.  2009  Diameter of lodgepole pine and mortality caused by the mountain pine beetle: factors that influence the relationship and their applicability for susceptibility rating. Can. J. for. Res. 39: 908-916
  • Blewett, J. and Hanlon, N., 2016. Disablement as inveterate condition: Living with habitual ableism in Prince George, British Columbia. The Canadian Geographer 60(1): 46‐55.
  • Boateng, K. and Lewis, K.J. 2015. Spore dispersal by Dothistroma septosporum in northwest British Columbia. Phytopathology. 105:69-79.
  • Bode M, Tulloch A, Mills M, Venter O, Ando A. 2015. A conservation planning approach to mitigating the impacts of leakage from protected area networks. Conservation Biology 29: 765-774.
  • Bois, C., Janzen, D.T., Sanborn, P.T., Fredeen, A.L.  2009  Contrasting total carbon stocks between ecological site series in a subboreal spruce research forest in central British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 39(5) May: 897-907
  • Bolch, T., Menounos, B., Wheate, R.  2010  Landsat-based inventory of glaciers in western Canada, 1985-2005. Remote Sensing of Environment 114: 127-137
  • Bonnett, T.R., Robert, J.A., Pitt, C., Fraser, J.D., Keeling, C.I., Bohlmann, J. and D.P.W. Huber  2012  Global and comparative proteomic profiling of overwintering and developing mountain pine beetle, Dendroctonus ponderosae (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), larvae.  Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology  http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ibmb.2012.08.003
  • Booth, A.L. and G. Halseth. 2011 Why the Public Thinks Natural Resources Public Participation Processes Fail:  A Case Study of British Columbia Communities.  Land Use Policy 28: 898-906
  • Booth, A.L. And N. Skelton. 2011 “There’s a Conflict Right There.”  Integrating Indigenous Community Values into Commercial Forestry in the Tl’azt’en Nation.  Society and Natural Resources 24: 368-383
  • Booth, A.L. and N.W. Skelton. 2011  Industry and Government Perspectives on First Nations Participation in the British Columbia Environmental Assessment Process. Environmental Impact Assessment Review. Accepted November 22, 2010
  • Booth, A.L. and N.W. Skelton. Forthcoming. “We are Fighting for Ourselves” - First Nations’ Evaluation of British Columbia and Canadian Environmental Assessment Processes.  Journal of Environmental Assessment Policy and Management.  Accepted November 7, 2010
  • Booth, A.L. and N.W. Skelton. Forthcoming. Anatomy of a Failed Sustainability Initiative: Government and Community Resistence to Sustainable Landscaping in a Canadian City.  Sustainability: Science, Practice and Policy. Accepted January 12, 2011
  • Booth, A.L. and N.W. Skelton.  2011  “You spoil everything!”  Indigenous Peoples and the Consequences of Industrial Development in British Columbia.  Environment, Development and Sustainability. On-line:  DOI 10.1007/s10668-011-9284-x
  • Booth, A.L. And N.W. Skelton.  In Press, March 2011. Improving First Nations’ Participation in Environmental Assessment Processes: Recommendations from the Field. Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal
  • Bortolotti L.E., Harriman V.B., Clark R.G., Dawson R.D. (2011) Can changes in provisioning by parent birds account for seasonally-declining patterns of offspring recruitment? Canadian Journal of Zoology 89: 921-928.
  • Boudreault, C, Coxson, D.S.,  Bergeron, Y., Stevenson, S., and M. Bouchard. 2013.  Do forests treated by partial cutting provide growth conditions similar to old-growth forests for epiphytic lichens? Biological Conservation 159: 458-467.
  • Boulanger, Y., S. Gauthier, and P.J. Burton. 2014. A refinement of models projecting future Canadian fire regimes using homogeneous fire regime zones. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 44: 365-376.
  • Bouquey, N., Campbell, L.M., Cumming, G. Meletis, Zoë A., Norwood, C. and J. Stoll  2012  Interpreting Amenities, Envisioning the Future: Common Ground and Conflict in North Carolina’s Coastal Communities.  Geojournal  77(1): (2012) 77: 83-101     doi: 10.1007/s10708-010-9387-1  http://www.springerlink.com/content/q76777g5126156t2/fulltext.pdf
  • Bouquey, N., Campbell, L.M., Cumming, G.,  Meletis, Z.A., Norwood, C., and J. Stoll  2010  Interpreting amenities, envisioning the future: common ground and conflict in North Carolina’s coastal communities.  Geojournal   DOI 10.1007/s10708-010-9387-1
  • Bowler, R., Fredeen, A.L., Brown, M.G. and T.A. Black  2012  Residual vegetation importance to net CO2 update in pine-dominated stands following mountain pine beetle attack in central British Columbia, Canada.  Forest Ecology and Management  269: 82-91
  • Bowler, Rebecca, Hugues B. Massicotte, and Arthur L. Fredeen. 2017. Combining leaf gas-exchange and stable carbon isotopes to assess mycoheterotrophy in three species of Pyroleae. Botany 95.
  • Boyce, M.S., Johnson, C.J., Merrill, E.H., Nielsen, S.E., Solberg, E.J., and van Moorter, B. Can habitat selection predict abundance? Journal of Animal Ecology.
  • Brahney J., Clague J., Edwards T., and B. Menounos   2010   Late Holocene paleohydrology of Kluane Lake, Yukon Territory, Canada.  Journal of Paleolimnology 44( 3) 873-885
  • Brahney, J., Clague, J.J., Edwards, T.W.D., and B. Menounos   2010   Late Holocene paleohydrology of Kluane Lake, Yukon Territory, Canada.  Journal of Paleolimnology  44(3): 873-885
  • Bridger, M.C., C.J. Johnson, and M.P. Gillingham. 2017. Working with experts to quantify changes in the abundance of furbearers following rapid and large-scale forest harvesting. Forest Ecology and Management 402:194-203.
  • Brockley, R.P., Sanborn, P.T.  2009  Effects of repeated fertilization on forest floor and mineral soil properties in young lodgepole pine and spruce forests in central British Columbia. Technical Report 052 (BC Ministry of Forests and Range, Victoria)
  • Brown, M., Black, T.A., Nesic, Z., Foord, V.N., Spittlehouse, D.L., Fredeen, A.L., Grant, N.J., Burton, P.J., and J.A. Trofynow  2010  Impact of mountain pine beetle on the net ecosystem production of lodgepole pine stands in British Columbia. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 150: 254-264
  • Brown, M.G., Black, T.A., Nesic, Z., Fredeen, A.L., Foord, V.N., Spittlehouse, D.L., Bowler, R., Burton, P.J., Trofymow, J.A., Grant, N.J. and D. Lessard  2012  The carbon balance of two lodgepole pine stands recovering from mountain pine beetle attack in British Columbia.  Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 153: 82-93  doi: 10.1016/j.agrformet.2011.07.010
  • Brown, M.G., T.A. Black, Z. Nesic, V.N. Foord, D.L. Spittlehouse, A.L. Fredeen, R. Bowler, N.J. Grant, P.J. Burton, J.A. Trofymow, and D. Lessard. 2014. Evapotranspiration and canopy characteristics of two lodgepole pine stands following mountain pine beetle attack. Hydrological Processes 28(8): 3326-3340.
  • Brown CJ, Bode M, Venter O, Barnes MD, McGowan J, Runge C, Watson JEM, Possingham HP. 2015. Effective conservation requires clear objectives and prioritising actions, not places or species. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA
  • Bruzzese, B.M. Bowler, R., Massicotte, H.B., and A.L. Fredeen   2010   Photosynthetic light response in three carnivorous plant species: Drosera rotundifolia, D. capensis and Sarracenia leucophylla. Photosynthetica 48 (1): 103-109
  • Burford, J.E., Déry, S.J., Holmes, R.D.  2009  Some aspects of the hydroclimatology of the Quesnel River Basin, British Columbia, Canada. Hydrol. Proc. 23, doi: 10.1002/hyp.7253
  • Burton, P.J.  2010  Striving for sustainability and resilience in the face of unprecedented change: The case of the mountain pine beetle outbreak in British Columbia. Sustainability 2(8): 2403-2423. doi:10.3390/su2082403 <http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/su2082403> Available on-line (open access) at http://www.mdpi.com/2071-1050/2/8/2403/
  • Burton, P.J.  2013  Exploring complexity in boreal forests in Managing Forests as Complex Adaptive Systems: Building Resilience to the Challenge of Global Change (eds) C. Messier, K. Puettmann and K.D. Coates (London, UK: Routledge) 79-109
  • Burton, P.J. and S.E. Macdonald  2011  The restorative imperative: assessing objectives, approaches and challenges to restoring naturalness in forests.  Silva Fennica  45(5): 843-863   Available online at: http://www.metla.fi/silvafennica/full/sf45/sf455843.pdf
  • Burton, P.J., Bergeron, Y., Bogdanski, B.E.C., Juday, G.P., Kuuluvainen, T., McAfee, B.J., Ogden, A., Teplyakov, V.K., Alfaro, R.I., Francis, D.A., Gauthier, S., and J. Hantula.  2010   Sustainability of boreal forests and forestry in a changing environment in  (eds) Mery, G., Katila, P., Galloway, G., Alfaro, R.I., Kanninen, M., Lobovikov, M. and J. Varjo.  Forests and Society - Responding to Global Drivers of Change. (Vienna, Austria: International Union of Forest Research Organizations, IUFRO World Series Volume 25)  249-282
  • Burton, P.J., Parisien, M.-A., Hicke, J.A., Hall, R.J., Freeburn, J.T.  2008  Large fires as agents of ecological diversity in the North American boreal forest. International Journal of Wildland Fire 17: 754-767Burton, C.M., and P.J. Burton. 2015. Recovery of Oplopanax horridus (Sm.) Miq., an important ethnobotanical resource, after clearcut logging in northwestern British Columbia. Ethnobotany Research & Applications 14: 1-15.
  • Burton, P.J. 2014. Considerations for monitoring and evaluating forest restoration. Journal of Sustainable Forestry 33(S1): S149-S160
  • Burton, P.J., M. Svoboda, D. Kneeshaw, and K.W. Gottschalk. 2015. Options for promoting the recovery and rehabilitation of forests affected by severe insect outbreaks. Pages 495 to 517 in Restoration of Boreal and Temperate Forests, Second edition, edited by J.A. Stanturf, CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida.
  • Burton, P.J. 2016. Using natural disturbance regimes to guide the management of northwestern coastal forests. Pages 17to 21 in G.R. Larocque, editor. Ecological Forest Management Handbook. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida.
  • Burton, P. 2017. Learning to live with fire. BC Forest Professional Nov-Dec. 2017: 20-21
  • Buse C.G. 2018. Review of Sustainability Planning and Collaboration in Rural Canada by L. Hallstrom et al. Canadian Geographer, early access: doi: 10.1111/cag.12446
  • Buse C.G., Oestereicher JS, Ellis N, Patrick R, Brisbois B, Jenkins AP, McKellar K, Kingsley JY, Gislason M, Galway LP, Macfarlane R, Walker J, Frumkin H, Parkes M. (in press). A public health guide to field developments linking ecosystems, environments and health in the Anthropocene. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, forthcoming. Doi: 10.1136/jech-2017-210082
  • Camona, D.M., Faz Cano, A., Arocena, J.M.  2008  Dissolved organic carbon and metals released in amended mine soils. MECLA-Revista de la Socieded Espanola de Mineralogia 10: 115-117
  • Campbell, J., Bradfield, G.E., Prescott, C.E., and A.L. Fredeen  2010  The influence of overstorey Populus on epiphytic lichens in subboreal spruce forests of British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 40: 143-154
  • Campbell, J., Bengtson, P.E.,  Fredeen, A.L., Coxson, D., and C.E. Prescott. 2013. Does exogenous carbon extend the realized niche of canopy lichens? Evidence from sub-boreal forests in British Columbia. Ecology 94: 1186-1195
  • Campbell, L.M. and Zoë A. Meletis  2011  Agreement on water and a watered-down agreement: The political ecology of contested coastal development in Down East, North Carolina.  Journal of Rural Studies 27: 308-321
  • Carmona, D.M., Faz Cano, Á., Arocena, J.M.  2009  Cadmium, copper, lead, and zinc in secondary sulfate minerals in soils of mined areas in Southeast Spain. Geoderma 150: 150-157
  • Carmona, Dora Maria, Ángel Faz Cano and Joselito M. Arocena  2009  Accumulation of Organic Carbon from Pig Manure Added to Surface Soil in Mined Areas, SE Spain in Faz Cano et al. (eds) Advances in Geoecology 40 Land Degradation and Rehabilitation Dryland Ecosystems (Verlag, Catena) p. 37-52
  • Carson, A., Polster, D., and P. Burton. 2011. Agronomic grasses and legumes: do they help or hinder recovery?  Canadian Reclamation  20: 34-37
  • Carson, AW, Rea, RV and AL Fredeen  2009. Compensatory shoot growth in trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) in response to stimulated browsing. Alces 45: 101-108.
  • Carson, A.W., P.M. Rutherford, and P.J. Burton. 2014. Desulphurized tailings serve as a useful soil supplement for mine reclamation. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 94: 529-541.
  • Castleden, H., Crooks, V., Schuurman, N. and N. Hanlon  2010  ‘It’s not necessarily the distance on the map...’: Using place as an analytic tool to elucidate geographic issues central to rural palliative care. Health and Place 16(2): 284-290
  • Chandler, J.R., S. Haeussler, E.H. Hamilton, M. Feller, G. Bradfield and S.W. Simard. 2017. Twenty years of ecosystem response after clearcutting and slashburning in conifer forests of central British Columbia, Canada. PLOS ONE 12(2).
  • Chen, H., Arocena, JM, Li. J., Thring, RW, and J. Zhou  2012  Mobility and storage sinks for chromium and other metals in soils impacted by leather tannery wastes.  Journal of Environmental Monitoring
  • Chen, H. and P.L. Jackson, 2015. Spatiotemporal mapping of mountain pine beetle emergence - Is a heating cycle a valid surrogate for emergence? Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 206, 124-136.
  • Chen, H., P.L. Jackson, P. Ott, D.L. Spittlehouse, 2015. A spatiotemporal pattern analysis of potential mountain pine beetle emergence in British Columbia, Canada. Forest Ecology and Management, 1, 11-19. 
  • Chen, H. P.L. Jackson, 2017: Climatic conditions for emergence and flight of mountain pine beetle: Implications to long-distance dispersal. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 47, 974-984.
  • Cheng, Y., T. Tang, P.L. Jackson, D. Chen, Z. Deng, 2010: Ensemble Construction and Verification of the Probabilistic ENSO Prediction in the LDE05 Model.  J. Climate, 23, 5476-5497.
  • Cheng, Y., Y. Tang, X. Zhou, P.L. Jackson, D. Chen  2010: Further Analysis of Singular Vector and ENSO Predictability in the Lamont Model --- Part II: Singular Value and Predictability. Climate Dynamics, DOI 10.1007/s00382-009-0728-z, published online January 7, 2010. 14pp
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