Andrey N. Petrov, Shauna BurnSilver, F. Stuart Chapin III, Gail Fondahl, Jessica Graybill, Kathrin Keil, Annika E. Nilsson, Rudolf Riedlsperger, and Peter Schweitzer (2016) Arctic sustainability research: Toward a new agenda. Polar Geography Vol. 39 (3), 165-178.
Halseth, Greg, Sean Markey, Laura Ryser, and Don Manson (2016) Doing Community-based Research: Perspectives from the Field. McGill-Queen's University Press: Montreal & Kingston.
Gillingham, M.P., Halseth, G.R., Johnson, C.J., Parkes, M.W., Eds. (2016) The Integration Imperative: Cumulative Environmental, Community and Health Effects of Multiple Natural Resource Developments. Springer: New York, NY.
Halseth, G.R. (2016) Cumulative effects and impacts: Introducing a community perspective, in The Integration Imperative: Cumulative Environmental, Community and Health Effects of Multiple Natural Resource Developments, pp. 83-115. Springer: New York, NY.
Halseth, G.R., Gillingham, M.P., Johnson, C.J., Parkes, M.W. (2016) Cumulative effects and impacts: The need for a more inclusive, integrative, and regional perspective, in The Integration Imperative: Cumulative Environmental, Community and Health Effects of Multiple Natural Resource Developments, pp. 3-20. Springer: New York, NY.
Gillingham, M.P., Halseth, G.R., Johnson, C.J., Parkes, M.W. (2016) Exploring cumulative effects and impacts through examples, in The Integration Imperative: Cumulative Environmental, Community and Health Effects of Multiple Natural Resource Developments, pp. 153-189. Springer: New York, NY.
Parkes, M.W., Johnson, C.J., Halseth, G.R., Gillingham, M.P. (2016) An imperative for change: Towards an integrative understanding, in The Integration Imperative: Cumulative Environmental, Community and Health Effects of Multiple Natural Resource Developments, pp. 193-215. Springer: New York, NY.
Johnson, C.J., Gillingham, M.P., Halseth, G.R., Parkes, M.W. (2016) A revolution in strategy, not evolution of practice: Towards an integrative regional cumulative impacts framework, in The Integration Imperative: Cumulative Environmental, Community and Health Effects of Multiple Natural Resource Developments, pp. 217-242. Springer: New York, NY.
Halseth, Greg (2016) Chapter 9: The Changing Nature of Resource Economies: A Focus on the Example of Forestry, in Routledge International Handbook of Rural Studies. eds. Mark Shucksmith and David L. Brown. Routledge: New York, NY.
Hanlon, Neil and Robin Kearns (2016) Chapter 5: Health and Rural Places in Routledge International Handbook of Rural Studies, eds. Mark Shucksmith and David L. Brown. Routledge: New York, NY.
Nolin, Catherine (2016) “Vignette: Advocacy and Community-Based Research”. In G. Halseth, S. Markey, L. Ryser, and D. Manson (eds). Doing Community-Based Research: Perspectives from the Field, 189-191. McGill-Queen’s University Press: Montreal, QC and Kingston, ON.
Catherine Nolin + Grahame Russell (Adjunct Faculty & Director of Rights Action) "Mining Impunity" Emergency Delegation to Guatemala, May 2016 included several reports from the road. The Press Release is included here.
Nolin, Catherine and Grahame Russell (2016) Press Release: Urgent Need to End Impunity of Canadian & U.S. Mining Companies in Guatemala, May 13. Posted at:
Beedle, M.J*., B. Menounos, and R. Wheate. 2015. Glacier change in the Cariboo Mountains, British Columbia, Canada (1952–2005). The Cryosphere, 9, 65–80, 2015. DOI:10.5194/tc-9-65-2015. Internet: www.the-cryosphere.net/9/65/2015/ [Adjunct faculty member]
Greenwood, M. de Leeuw, S.* Lindsay, N., & Reading, C. 2015. Determinants of Indigenous Peoples' Health in Canada: Beyond the Social. UBC Press: Vancouver, BC. [*Adjunct faculty member]
Fondahl, G., V. Fillipova, and L. Mack. 2015. Indigenous peoples in the New Arctic, in The New Arctic, eds. B. Evengård, J. N. Larsen and Ø. Ravna (Berlin: Springer)
Larsen, J.N and G. Fondahl, eds. 2014. Arctic Human Development Report II: Regional Processes and Global Linkages. TemaNord 2014:567 (Copenhagen: Nordic Council of Ministers). 500 pp.
Fondahl, G. and J.N. Larsen 2014. Introduction, in: The Second Arctic Human Development Report: Regional Processes and Global Linkages, pp. 31-54. TemaNord 2014:567 (Copenhagen: Nordic Council of Ministers)
Larsen, J.N. and G. Fondahl 2014. Major findings and emerging issues, in The Second Arctic Human Development Report: Regional Processes and Global Linkages, pp. 505-530. TemaNord 2014:567 (Copenhagen: Nordic Council of Ministers)
Zirul, C*., Halseth, G., Markey, S., and Ryser, L.** 2015. Struggling with new regionalism: Government trumps governance in northern British Columbia, Canada. Journal of Rural and Community Development, 10(2): 136-165. [*Former graduate student; **UNBC Research Manager]
Manson, D., Markey, S., Ryser, L.* and Halseth, G. 2015. Recession response: Cyclical problems and local solutions in northern British Columbia. Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie / Journal of Economic and Social Geography. DOI: 10.1111/tesg.12153 [*Research Manager, UNBC]
Gjertsen, T. and G. Halseth (eds.) 2014. Sustainable Development in the Circumpolar North: From Tana, Norway to Oktemtsy, Yakutia, Russia. The University of Northern British Columbia’s Community Development Institute and The University of the Arctic’s Thematic Network on Local and Regional Development in the North: Prince George, BC, November.
Hanlon, N., Skinner, M., Joseph, A., Ryser, L., and Halseth, G., 2014. Place integration through efforts to support healthy aging in British Columbia’s interior: The role of voluntary sector leadership. Health and Place 29: 132-139.
Skinner, M., Joseph, A., Hanlon, N., Ryser, L., and Halseth, G., 2014. Growing old in aging resource communities: Linking voluntarism, aging in place and community development. The Canadian Geographer 58(4): 418-428.
Hanlon, N, 2014. Commentary: Doing health geography with feeling. Social Science and Medicine 115: 144-146.
Koiter, A.J., Owens, P.N., Petticrew, E.L. and Lobb, D.A. (2015). The role of gravel channel beds on the particle size and organic matter selectivity of transported fine‐grained sediments: implications for sediment fingerprinting and biogeochemical flux studies. Journal of Soils and Sediments, 15, 2174‐2188.
Marit Heideman, Brian Menounos and John J. Clague. 2015. An 825-year long varve record from Lillooet Lake, British Columbia, and its potential as a flood proxy. Quaternary Science Reviews 1(26): 158–174. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2015.08.017
Clarke, Garry K.C., A.H. Jarosch, F.S. Anslow, V. Radić & B. Menounos 2015. Projected deglaciation of western Canada in the twenty-first century. Nature Geoscience 8: 372–377. doi:10.1038/ngeo2407
L. Musotto, A. Borromei, A. Coronato, B. Menounos, G. Osborn, & R Marr. 2015. Late Pleistocene and Holocene palaeoenvironmental changes in central Tierra del Fuego (~54°S) inferred from pollen analysis. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, July. DOI: 10.1007/s00334-015-0537-8
M.S. Leggat,* P.N. Owens*, T.A. Stott, B.J. Forrester, S.J. Déry* and B. Menounos**. 2015. Hydro-meteorological drivers and sources of suspended sediment flux in the proglacial zone of the retreating Castle Creek glacier, Cariboo Mountains, British Columbia, Canada. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. DOI:10.1002/esp.3755
McSweeney, K, et al. [Nolin]. 2015. Seven Reasons to Scrap the $1 Billion Aid Package to Central America. CIP Americas Program, 30 June.
Henderson, E., C. Nolin, and F. Peccerelli. 2014. Dignifying a bare life and making place through exhumation: Cobán CREOMPAZ former military garrison, Guatemala. Journal of Latin American Geography, 13 (2): 97-116. DOI: 10.1353/lag.2014.0027
LaPlante, JP and C. Nolin. 2014. Consultas and socially responsible investing in Guatemala: A case study examining Maya perspectives on the Indigenous right to free, prior and informed consent. Society & Natural Resources: An International Journal, 27 (3) March: 231-248. doi: 10.1080/08941920.2013.861554
Petticrew, E.L., S.J. Albers, S.A. Baldwin, E.C. Carmack, S.J. Déry, N. Gantner, K.E. Graves, B. Laval, J. Morrison, P.N. Owens, D.T. Selbie, and S. Vagle. 2015. The impact of a catastrophic mine tailings impoundment spill into one of North America's largest fjord lakes: Quesnel Lake, British Columbia, Canada, Geophys. Res. Lett., 42, doi:10.1002/2015GL063345
* This is a partial listing. Please see individual faculty pages for a more complete listing.