Selected Articles Recently Published by Faculty
Abizaid, C., O.T. Coomes, Y. Takasaki and J. P. Arroyo-Mora. 2018. “Rural social networks along Amazonian rivers: seeds, labor and soccer among rural communities on the Napo River, Peru”, The Geographical Review doi: 10.1111/gere.12244
Abizaid, C., O.T. Coomes, and M. Perrault-Archambault. 2016. Seed sharing in Amazonian indigenous rain forest communities: a social network analysis in three Achuar villages, Peru. Human Ecology 44(5): 577-594. http://rdcu.be/nOjc
Coomes, O. T., Y. Takasaki, C. Abizaid, and J.P. Arroyo-Mora. 2016. Environmental and economic determinants of rain forest livelihood choice: a community-level analysis from western Amazonia. Ecological Economics 109: 260-271.
Abizaid, C., O.T. Coomes, Y. Takasaki, and S. Brisson. 2015. Social network analysis and peasant agriculture: cooperative labor as gendered relational networks. The Professional Geographer 67(3): 447-463.
Webster, K., J.P. Arroyo-Mora, O.T. Coomes, Y. Takasaki and C. Abizaid. 2016. “A cost path and network analysis methodology to calculate distances along a complex river network in the Peruvian Amazon”, Applied Geography 73:13-25. doi.org/10.1016/j.apgeog.2016.05.008
Adiv, N. (2015). “Paidia meets Ludus: New York City Municipal Pools and the infrastructure of play,” Social Science History. 29:3.
Almas, A. and Conway, T.M., 2016. The role of native species in municipal urban forest planning and practice: A case study of Carolinian Canada. Urban Forestry and Urban Greening17 (1), 54-62.
Almas, A. and Conway, T.M., 2016. Residential knowledge of native tree species: A case study of residents in four southern Ontario municipalities. Environmental Management59 (1), 21-33.
Almas, A., Conway, T.M., 2018. Resident attitudes and actions towards native tree species: A case study of residents in four southern Ontario municipalities. Arboriculture and Urban Forestry – Special Edition: Civic Science 44 (2), 101-115.
Conway, T.M., Almas, A., Coore, D. Ecosystem Services, Ecological Integrity, and Native Species Planting: How to balance these ideas in urban forest management? Urban Forestry and Urban Greening, in press.
Bathelt, H. and J. Glückler. 2011. The Relational Economy: Geographies of Knowing and Learning. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Boland A. and Zhu, J. 2012. Public participation in China’s green communities: Mobilizing memories and structuring incentives, Geoforum, 43(1): 147-157.
Kanaroglou, P.S. and Buliung, R.N. (2008) Estimating the contribution of commercial vehicle movement to mobile emissions in urban areas. Transportation Research Part E, 44, 260-276.
Bunce, S. and Allahwala, A. 2013. Community-University Partnerships: Building Collaboration and Reciprocity Between Campus and Community Journal of Geography 112(2).
Jing Ming Chen
Wu, C., D. Gaumont-Guay, T. A. Black, R.S. Jassal, S. Xu, J. M. Chen, A. Gonsamo, 2014. Soil respiration mapped by exclusively use of MODIS data for forest landscapes of Saskatchewan, Canada. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (in press).
Cowen, Deborah (2010) “A Geography of Logistics: Market Authority and the Security of Supply Chains.” The Annals for the Association of American Geographers, 100(3): 1-21.
Daniere A., Berquist M., and Drummond L. Planning for Global Environmental Change in Bangkok’s Informal Settlements, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management (forthcoming)
Joseph R. Desloges
Phillips R. and Desloges J.R. 2014. Glacially conditioned specific stream powers in low- relief river catchments of the southern Laurentian Great Lakes. Geomorphology 206, 271-287.
DiFrancesco, R. 2009. “Specification and Evaluation of Alternative Projections of the Magnitude and Structure of the Ontario Economy to 2020.” Published by the Martin Prosperity Institute as part of the Ontario Government’s “Ontario in the Creative Age” project.
Ekers, M. 2014. Labouring Against the Grain of Progress: Women’s Reforestation Work in British Columbia, 1960-1975. Journal of Rural Studies, 34, 345-355
Spencer, G., Vinodrai, T., Gertler, M.S. and Wolfe, D.A. 2010. “Do clusters make a difference? Defining and assessing their economic performance”, Regional Studies, 44:6, 697-715.
Gilbert, E. and Ponder, C. 2014. “Between tragedy and farce: 9/11 compensation and the value of life and death” Antipode 46 (2): 404-425.
Stefan Kipfer and Kanishka Goonewardena. 2013. ‘Urban Marxism and the Postcolonial Question: Henri Lefebvre and “Colonization”’, Historical Materialism 21.2, 1-41.
Cheng, V.Y.S., G.B. Arhonditsis, D.M. L. Sills, H. Auld, M. W. Shephard, W. A. Gough, J.Klassen, 2013. Probability of tornado occurrence across Canada. Journal of Climate (in press).
Hackworth, J. 2016. Why there is no Detroit in Canada. Urban Geography, 37(2): 272-295.
Harvey LDD. 2013. Global climate-oriented transportation scenarios. Energy Policy, 54, 87-103.
Harvey LDD. 2013. The potential of wind energy to largely displace existing Canadian fossil fuel and nuclear electricity generation, Energy, 50, 93-102.
Harvey LDD. 2013. Recent advances in sustainable buildings: review of the energy and cost performance of the state-of-the-art best practices from around the world”, Annual Review of Environment and Resources, 38, 281-309.
Harvey LDD, Korytarova K, .Lucon O, Roshchanka V. 2014. Construction of a global disaggregated dataset of building energy use and floor area in 2010, Energy and Buildings 76, 488-496.
Harvey LDD. 2014. Global climate-oriented building energy use scenarios”, Energy Policy, 67, 473-487.
He, Y. 2014. The effect of precipitation on vegetation cover over three landscape units in a protected semi-arid grassland: temporal dynamics and suitable climatic index. Journal of Arid Environments; 109:74-82.
Murfitt, J., Y. He, A. Mui, J. Yang, and K. Demille. 2016. Ash decline assessment in Emerald Ash Borer infested natural forests using high spatial resolution images. Remote Sensing; 8(3), 256; doi:10.3390/rs8030256
Yang, J., Y. He, J. Caspersen, and T. Jones. 2015. A discrepancy measure for segmentation evaluation from the perspective of object recognition. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing; 101: 186-192
Smith, A.L., Klenk, N., Wood, S., Hewitt, N., Bazely, D.R., Yan, N., Henriques, I. 2013. Second Generation Biofuels and Bioinvasions: An evaluation of invasive risks and policy responses in Canada and the United States. Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews 27: 30-42.
Kramer, A. and Goldstein, A. 2015. Meeting the public’s need for transit options: Characteristics of socially equitable transit networks. Journal for Transportation Engineering, pp. 23-30.
Burchfield, M., and Kramer, A. 2015. Growing Pains: Understanding the new reality of population and dwelling patterns in the Toronto and Vancouver regions. Neptis Foundation. http://www.neptis.org/publications
Lehnherr, I., V. L. St. Louis, H. Hintelmann and J. L. Kirk. 2011. Methylation of inorganic mercury in polar marine waters. Nature Geoscience, 4: 298-302. (Journal impact factor = 12.4)
Leydon, J., Wilson, K. & Boyd, C. 2014. “Improving Student Writing Abilities in Geography: Examining the Benefits of Criterion-Based Assessment and Detailed Feedback” Journal of Geography, 113 (00) : 1-9.
Wang, C. and Maclaren, V.W. (2012) Evaluation of Economic and Social Impacts of the Sloping Land Conversion Program: a Case Study in Dunhua County, China. Forest Policy and Economics 14(1) 50-57.
Miron, JR. 2004. Housing Demand, Coping Strategy, and Selection Bias. Growth and Change 35(2). 220-261.
Rajyashree (Raj) Narayanareddy
Reddy, Rajyashree N. 2013. Revitalising Economies of Disassembly: Informal Recyclers, Development Experts and E-Waste Reforms in Bangalore. Economic and Political Weekly XLVIII (13): 62-70.
Clackett, S, Porter, TJ, Lehnherr, I (2018). A 400-year record of atmospheric mercury from tree-rings in northwestern Canada. Environmental Science & Technology. doi://10.1021/acs.est.8b01824. [LINK]
Roberts, D. and Siemiatycki, M. 2015. Fostering Meaningful Partnerships in Public-Private Partnerships: Innovations in Partnership Design and Process Management to Create Value. Environment and Planning C.
Sorensen, A. 2014. “Taking Path Dependence Seriously: A historical institutional research agenda for planning history” Planning Perspectives, Published online February 2014, 10,360 words
Levkoe, C. and S. Wakefield. 2014. Understanding contemporary networks of environmental and social change: complex assemblages within Canada’s ‘food movement’. Environmental Politics 23(2): 302-320.