Selected Book Chapters and Journal Articles

Some of the research by faculty members and graduate students leads to publication in the form of book chapters or journal articles. This is a list of recent publications by members of our department.

Books written by our faculty are featured on our separate book page.

Karen J. Bakker

Bakker, K. (2010). Debating green neoliberalism: The limits of “neoliberal natures”. Progress in Human Geography. doi:10.1177/0309132510376849 (Available at Online First:

Norman, E. and Bakker. K. (2009). Transgressing scales: Transboundary water governance between Canada and the US. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 99(1), 99-117.

Bakker, K., Kooy, M., Shofiani, E., and Martijn, E.J. (2008). Governance failure: Rethinking the institutional dimensions of urban water supply to poor households. World Development, 36(10),1891-1915. (first author; contribution 50%)

Bakker, K. (2007) The commons versus the commodity: ‘Alter’-globalization, privatization, and the human right to water in the global South, Antipode,39(3),430-455.

Bakker, K. (2007) Trickle down? Private sector participation and the pro-poor water supply debate in Jakarta, Indonesia, Geoforum 38, 855-868.

Bakker, K., 2006. Introduction in Bakker, K. (ed.) Eau Canada: The future of Canada’s water. Vancouver: UBC Press, pp. 1-20.

Trevor J. Barnes

Barnes, T.J., 2007. The geographical state: the development of Canadian geography. Journal of Higher Education and Geography, 31, 151-77.

Barnes, T.J., 2006. Situating economic geographical teaching. Journal of Higher Education and Geography, 30, 405-409.

Barnes, T.J., 2006. Saying yes but not yes to progress. Progress in Human Geography, 31, 580-584

Barnes, T.J. and Farish, M., 2006. Between Regions: Science, militarism, and American geography from World War to Cold War. Annals, Association of American Geographers, 96, 807-26

Barnes, T.J., 2006. Lost in translation. Wirtschaftgeographie als “trading zone.” In Denkanstöße zu einer anderen Geographie der Ökonomie. edited by C. Berndt and J. Glückler, 23-44 (transcript Verlag: Bielefeld).

Barnes, T.J., 2006. Between deduction and Dialectics: David Harvey on knowledge. David Harvey: A Critical Reader. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 26-46.

Andreas Christen

Christen A., Vogt R., Rotach, M.W. (2009): ‘The Budget of Turbulent Kinetic Energy in the Urban Roughness Sublayer’. Bound.-Layer Meteorol., 131 (2) 193-223.

Piringer M., Joffre S., Baklanov A., Christen A., Deserti M., Ridder K. D., Emeis S., Mestayer P., Tombrou M., Middleton D., Baumann-Stanzer K., Dandou A., Karppinen A, Burzynski J., 2007. The surface energy balance and the mixing height in urban areas – activities and recommendations of COST-Action 715. Bound.-Layer Meteorol. 124 (1): 3-24

Oncley S. P., Foken T., Vogt R., Kohsiek W., DeBruin H.A.R., Bernhofer C., Christen A., van Gorsel E., Grantz D., Feigenwinter C., Lehner I., Liebethal C., Liu H., Mauder M., Pitacco A., Ribeiro L., Weidinger T., 2007. The Energy Balance Experiment EBEX-2000. Part I: Overview and energy balance. Bound.-Layer Meteorol. 123 (1): 1-28

Vogt R., Christen A., Rotach M.W., Roth M., Satyanarayana A.N.V., 2006. Temporal dynamics of CO2 fluxes and profiles over a Central European city. Theor. Appl. Climatol. 84 (1-3): 117 – 126

Rotach M.W., Vogt R., Bernhofer C., Batchvarova E., Christen A., Clappier A., Feddersen B., Gryning S.-E., Martucci G., Mayer H., Mitev V., Oke T.R., Parlow E., Richner H., Roth M., Roulet Y.A., Ruffieux D., Salmond J., Schatzmann M., Voogt J., 2005. BUBBLE – an Urban Boundary Layer Meteorology Project. Theor. Appl. Climatol. 81 (3-4): 231-261.

Christen A., Vogt R., 2004. Energy and radiation balance of a central European city. Int. J. Climatol. 24(11): 1395-1421.

Michael Church

Church, M. 2010. The trajectory of geomorphology. Progress in Physical Geography 34: 265-286. doi: 10.1177/0309133310363992.

Zimmermann, A.E., Church, M. and Hassan, M.A. 2010. Step-pool stability: testing the jammed state hypothesis. Journal of Geophysical Research – Earth Surface 115, F02008. doi: 10.1029/2009JF001365, 16pp.

Frey, P. and Church, M. 2009.How river beds move. Science 325: 1509-1510. doi: 10.1126/science.1178516.

Church, M. and Rice, S.P. 2009. Form and growth of bars in a wandering gravel-bed river. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 34: 1422-1432. doi: 10.1002/esp.1831.

Ferguson, R.I. and Church, M. 2009. A critical perspective on 1D modeling of river processes: gravel load and aggradation in lower Fraser River. Water Resources Research 45: 15pp. W11424. doi:10.1029/2009WR007740.

Rempel, L.L. and Church, M. 2009. Physical and ecological response to disturbance by gravel mining in a large alluvial river. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 66: 52-71. doi: 10.1139/F08-184.

Lori D. Daniels

Daniels, L., Veblen, T., and Villalba, R., 2007. Use of thin sections to improve age estimates of Nothofagus pumilio seedlings. EcoScience, 14 (1): 17-22.

Daniels, L., and Gray, R.W., 2006. Disturbance regimes in coastal British Columbia. BC Journal of Ecosystems Management. 7 (2): 44-56.

Daniels, L., Butler, S., Clinton, P., Ganesh-Babu, B., Hrinkevich, K., Kanote, A., Keeling, E., Poweel, S., and Speer, J. Whitebark pine stand dynamics at Morrell Mountain, Montana. University of Indiana Professional Paper Series.

DeLong, S.C., Daniels. L., Heemskerk, B., and Storaunet, K.O., 2005. Temporal development of downed wood habitats in wet spruce-fir stand in east central British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 35: 2841-2850.

Ken Denike

(with Tom Koch) Essential, Illustrative, or … Just Propaganda? Rethinking John Snow’s Broad Street Map. Cartographica 45:1, 19-31. March 2010.

(with Tom Koch) Crediting his critics’ concerns: Remaking John Snow’s map of Broad Street cholera, 1854. Social Science & Medicine xxx, 1-6. August 2009.

(with Tom Koch) Aaron’s Solution, Instructor’s Problem: Teaching Surface Analysis Using GIS. Journal of Geography 106:2, 69-77. August 2007.

(with Tom Koch) Certainty, uncertainty, and the spatiality of disease: a West Nile Virus example. Stochastic Environment Research and Risk Assessment (SERRA) 231:5, 523-531. June 2007.

(with Tom Koch) Medical Mapping: The Revolution in — teaching and using—maps for the analysis of medical issues. Journal of Geography 103:2, 76-85. Winner: NCGE Award, best article. March 2004.

(with Tom Koch) A Geographical Perspective on Inequality: The New York City School Funding Controversy. Journal of Geography 102:5, 193-201. Oct. 2003.

Simon Donner

Donner S.D., 2009. Coping with Commitment: Projected Thermal Stress on Coral Reefs under Different Future Scenarios. PLoS ONE 4(6): e5712. doi:10.1371.

Donner S.D., 2007. Domain of the Gods: An Editorial Essay. Climatic Change, 85: 231–236.

Donner S.D., Heron S.F., Skirving W.J., 2008. Future Scenarios: A Review of Modelling Efforts to Predict the Future of Coral Reefs in an Era of Climate Change. In: van Oppen MJH, Lough JM, editors. Coral Bleaching: Patterns, Processes, Causes and Consequences. Berlin: Springer-Verlag. pp159-173.

Donner S.D, Kucharik C.J., 2008. Corn-based ethanol production compromises goal of reducing nitrogen export by the Mississippi River. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 105: 4513–4518.

Donner S.D., Knutson T.R., Oppenheimer M., 2007. Model-based assessment of the role of human-induced climate change in the 2005 Caribbean coral bleaching event. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 104: 5483-5488.

Sandin, S.A., Smith, J.E., DeMartini, E.E., Dinsdale, E.A., Donner S.D., et al., 2008. Baselines and Degradation of Coral Reefs in the Northern Line Islands. PLoS ONE, 3(2): e1548. doi:10.1371.

Brett C. Eaton

Eaton BC, Moore RD, Giles TR. 2010. Forest fire, bank strength and channel instability: the “unusual” response of Fishtrap Creek, British Columbia. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: 35(1): 1167-1183.

Eaton BC, Millar RG, Davidson S. 2010. Channel patterns: braided, anabranching and single-thread. Geomorphology: 120: 353-364.

Eaton BC, Andrews CAE, Giles TR, Phillips JC. 2010. Wildfire, morphologic change and bed material transport at Fishtrap Creek, British Columbia. Geomorphology: 118: 409-424.

Phillips JC, Eaton BC. 2009. Detecting the timing of morphologic change using stage-discharge regressions: a case study at Fishtrap Creek, British Columbia, Canada. Canadian Water Resources Journal: 34(3): 285-300.

Eaton BC, Giles TR. 2009. Assessing the effect of vegetation-related bank strength on channel morphology and stability in gravel bed streams using numerical models. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: 34: 712-713.

Eaton BC, Church M. 2009. Channel stability in bedload dominated streams with non-erodible banks: inferences from experiments in a sinuous flume. Journal of Geophysical Research – Earth Surface, 109(F03011): doi: 10.1029/2007JF000902.

David W. Edgington

Edgington, D.W. 2011. “The Great Eastern Japan Earthquake and Lessons for Canada“, Canada-Asia Agenda, Vancouver, Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada.

Chia-Wen Lee, Roger Hayter, David W. Edgington, (2010). Large and Latecomer Firms: The Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company and Taiwan’s Electronics industry. Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie. Vol.101, pages 177–198.

David W. Edgington, 2009. ‘Regional Production Networks’ in Rob Kitchin and Nigel Thrift (eds.) The International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Amsterdam, Elsevier.

David W. Edgington and Michael A. Goldberg, 2009. ‘Global and Local Forces at Work in Vancouver: The Fascinating of the Birth and Rebirth of Coal Harbour’, in W. Straw and D. Tallack (eds.) Global Cities/Local Sites, Melbourne, U21 ebooks.

David W. Edgington, 2008. The Kyoto Research Park and Innovation in Japanese Cities, Urban Geography, 29, 411-454.

David W. Edgington, 2008. The Japanese Innovation System: University-Industry Linkages, Small Firms and Regional Technology Clusters, Prometheus, 26, 1-20.

Matthew D. Evenden

Armstrong, C, Matthew Evenden and H.V. Nelles. 2009, The River Returns: An Environmental History of the Bow (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press).

Evenden, M. and Alan MacEachern, ed., 2007. “Special Canada Issue,” Environmental History 12(4): 751-1070.

Evenden, M and Graeme Wynn. 2009, “54:40 or Fight’: Writing Within and Across Boundaries in North American Environmental History,” Nature’s End: History and the Environment, ed. Paul Warde and Sverker Sorlin. London: Palgrave pp. 215-246.

Evenden, M. 2009. “Mapping Cold War Canada: George Kimble’s Canadian Military Geography, 1949,” Method and Meaning, Canadian Environmental History ed. Alan MacEachern and Bill Turkel (Thomson Nelson), pp. 254-270.

Evenden, M, ed. 2009. “Site C: Considering the Prospect of another Dam on the Peace River,” BC Studies 161: 93-114.

Evenden, M. 2006. “La mobilisation des rivières et des fleuves pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale: Québec et l’hydroélectricité, 1939-1945,” Revue d’histoire de l’Amerique Francaise 60(1-2): 125-162.

Jim Glassman

Glassman, J., 2007. Researching the Thai State. Politics and Practice in Economic Geography. Ed. Trevor Barnes, Jamie Peck, Eric Sheppard, and Adam Tickell. London: Sage, pp.141-150.

Glassman, J., 2006. Primitive Accumulation by Dispossession, Accumulation by Extra-Economic Means. Progress in Human Geography. 30.5, 608-625.

Glassman, J., 2006. US Foreign Policy and the War on Terror in South-East Asia. In G. Rodan, K. Hewison, and R. Robison (eds)., The Political Economy of South-East Asia: Markets, Power and Contestation, Third Edition. Melbourne: Oxford University Press, pp. 221-239.

Glassman, J., 2006. “Civil Society” and “Modernization Theory,” entries for Barney Warf, ed., Encyclopedia of Human Geography. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications, 40-42, 308-310.

Glassman, J., 2005. The “War on Terrorism” Comes to Southeast Asia. Journal of Contemporary Asia. 35.1, 3-28.

Glassman, J., 2005. Tsunamis and Other Forces of Destruction. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. 23.3, 164-170.

Derek Gregory

Gregory, D., 2011. “Doors into nowhere”: Dead cities and the natural history of destruction’. Cultural memories. Editors: Peter Meusburger, Michael Heffernan, Edgar Wunde (Heidelberg: Springer) (in press).

Gregory, D., 2010, ‘War and Peace’, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 35: 154-86

Gregory, D., 2010 ‘Seeing Red: Baghdad and the event-ful city’, Political geography 29: 266-279

Gregory, D., 2009. ‘American military imaginaries and Iraqi cities: the visual economies of globalizing war’, Globalization, violence and the visual culture of cities. Ed. Christoph, Lindner. New York: Routledge pp. 67-84.

Gregory, D., 2008. ‘The Biopolitics of Baghdad: counterinsurgency and the counter-city’, Human Geography 1 pp. 6- 27.

Gregory, D., 2006. The Black Flag: Guantánamo Bay and the space of exception. Geografiska Annaler. B 89, 405-427.

Cole Harris

Harris, C., 2010. “The Spaces of Early Canada”. Canadian Historical Review, 91, 4, 725-59.

Harris, C., 2008. “Historical geography and early Canada: a life and an interpretation”. The Canadian  Geographer, 52, 4, 409-26.

Harris, C., 2006. “Le Canada et la nature: quelques réflexions à l’échelle d’un pays”. Annales de Géographie, 649, 259-269.

Marwan Hassan

Hassan, M.A., Egozi, R., and Parker, G., in press. Experiments on the effect of hydrograph characteristics on vertical grain sorting in gravel bed rivers. Water Resources Research.

Hassan, M., Egozi, R., and Parker, G., 2006. Effect of hydrograph characteristics on vertical sorting in gravel-bed rivers: humid versus arid environments. Water Resources Research, 42, W09408, doi: 10.1029/2005Wr004707.

Bradinoni, F. and Hassan, M., 2006. Glacial erosion, evolution of river long profiles, and the organization of process domains in mountain drainage basins of coastal British Columbia. Journal of Geophysical Research. 111.dio: 10.1029.

Benda, L., Hassan, M., Church, M., and May, C.L., 2005. Geomorphology of headwaters; transition from hillslopes to channels. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 41.4, 835-851.

Asaf, L., Nativ, R., Hassan, M., Shain, Geyer, S., and Ziv, B., 2005. The chemical and isotopic composition of urban rainwater: temporal and spatial variability. Atmospheric Environment. 110. doi: 1029.

Gomi, T., Moore, R.D., and Hassan, M., 2005. Suspended sediment dynamics in small streams of the pacific northwest. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 41.4, 877-898.

Gregory H. R. Henry

Walker, M., Wahren, H., Hollister, R., Henry, G., Ahlquist, L., Atalo, J., Bret-Harte, S., Calef, M., Callaghan, T., Carroll, A., Epstein, H., Jónsdóttir, I., Klein, J., Magnússon, B., Molau, U., Oberbauer, S., Rewa, S., Robinson, C., Shaver, G., Suding, K., Thompson, C., Tolvanen, A., Totland, Ø., Turner, L., Tweedie, C., Webber, P., and Wookey, P., 2006. Plant community responses to experimental warming across the tundra biome. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 103, 1342-1346.

Rayback, S., and Henry, G., 2006. Reconstruction of summer temperature for a Canadian High Arctic site from retrospective analysis of the dwarf shrub, Cassiope tetragona. Arctic Antarctic and Alpine Research. 38.4, 624-630.

Atkinson, D., Brown, R., alt, B., Agnew, T., Bourgeois, J., Burgess, M., Duguay, C., Henry, G., Jeffers, S., Koerner, R,. Lewkowicz, A.G., McCourt, S., Melling, H., Sharp, M., Smith, S., Walker, A., Wilson, K., Wolfe, S., Woo, M-k., and Young, K., 2006. Canadian cryospheric response to an anomalous warm summer: A synthesis of the Climate Change Action Fund project “The State of the Arctic Cryosphere during the Extreme Warm Summer of 1998”. Atmosphere-Ocean. 44.4, 347-375.

Zalatan, R., Gunn, A., and Henry, G., 2006. Long-term abundance patterns of barren-ground caribou using dendrochronology. Arctic Antarctic and Alpine Research. 38.4, 624-630.

Sally Hermansen

Hermansen, S., 2006. Review of : Else/Where Mapping: New Cartographies of Networks and Territories, Eds. J. Abrams and P. Hall. University of Minnesota Design Institute for Cartographia.

Hermansen, S., 2006. Review of: Cartographies of Travel and Navigation, Ed. J. Akerman. University of Chicago Press for Cartographia.

Hermansen, S., 2006. The Merging of traditional Source Statements and current GIS Metadata: the inclusion of information about information on digital maps. Cartouche, CCA Newsletter. 61. Spring 2006: 8.

Wynn, Graeme and Hermansen, S., 2005. Reflections on the Nature of an Urban Bog. Urban History Review-Revue D’Histoire Urbaine. 34.1

Hermansen, S., 2005. A reflection on teaching cartography. Cartouche, CCA Newsletter. 60. Winter 2005: 18.

Hermansen, S., 2005. North (not) at the top. Cartouche, CCA Newsletter. 58. Summer 2005: 9.

Daniel Hiebert

Kwak, Min-Jung and Hiebert, D., 2007. Making the new economy: Immigrant entrepreneurs and emerging transnational networks of international education and tourism in Seoul and Vancouver. Tourism, ethnic diversity and the city. Ed. J. Rath. New York and London: Routledge. 27-49.

Hiebert, D., and Ley, D., 2006. Characteristics of immigrant transnationalism in Vancouver. Transnational identities and practices in Canada. Eds. V. Satzewich and L. Wong. Vancouver: UBC Press. 71-90.

Mendez, P., Hiebert, D., and Wyly, E., 2006. Landing at home: Insights on immigration and metropolitan housing markets from the Longitudinal Survey of Immigrants to Canada. Canadian Journal of Urban Research. 15.2, 82-104.

Hiebert, D., and Ley, D., 2006. Introduction: The political economy of immigration. Tijdschrift Voor Economische en Sociale Geografie. 97.1, 3-6.

Hiebert, D., 2006. Winning, losing and still playing the game: The political economy of immigration to Canada. Tijdschrift Voor Economische en Sociale Geografie. 97.1, 38-48.

Hiebert, D., 2005. Immigration and the transformation of Canadian cities: Exploring contemporary forms of globalization using the example of Korean immigrants in Vancouver. Korean Review of Canadian Studies. 11, 1-18.

Brian Klinkenberg

Klinkenberg, B., 2007. Geospatial technologies and the geographies of hope and fear. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 97.2, 349-360.

Tachiiri, K., Klinkenberg, B. Kazmi, J., and Mak, S., 2006. Predicting outbreaks: a spatial risk assessment of West Nile virus in British Columbia. International Journal of Health Geographics. 5.1, 1-21.

Sharma, T., Carmichael, J., and Klinkenberg, B., 2006. Integrated modeling for exploring sustainable agriculture futures. Futures. 38, 93-113.

Kenneth, E., Innes, J., Martin, K., and Klinkenberg, B., 2005. Forest Loss with Urbanization Predicts Bird Extirpations in Vancouver. Biological Conservation. 126, 410-419.

Sharma, T., Carmichael, J., Klinkenberg, B., 2005. Exploring alternate scenarios of sustainable agricultural futures in the Georgia Basin. British Columbia. Journal of the Indian Society of Remote Sensing. 33.2, 353-363.

Michele Koppes

Koppes, M., Sylwester, R., Rivera, A. and Hallet, B. (2010). Sediment yields over an advance-retreat cycle of a calving glacier, Laguna San Rafael, North Patagonian Icefield. Quaternary Research 73(1), 84-95.

Rignot, E., Koppes, M. and Velicogna, I. (2010). Rapid submarine melting of the calving faces of west Greenland glaciers. Nature Geoscience 3: 187-191.

Koppes, M. and Montgomery, D. (2009). The relative efficacy of fluvial and glacial erosion over modern to orogenic timescales. Nature Geoscience 2, 644 – 647. doi: 10.1038/NGEO616.

Koppes, M., Hallet, B. and Anderson, J., (2009). Synchronous acceleration of ice loss and glacier erosion, Marinelli Glacier, Tierra del Fuego. Journal of Glaciology 55(190): 207-220.

Koppes, M., Gillespie, A. Burke, R. Thompson, S.C. and Stone, J. (2008). Late Quaternary Glaciation in the Kyrgyz Tien Shan. Quaternary Science Reviews, 27(7-8): 846-866.

Koppes, M. and Hallet, B. (2006). Erosion rates during rapid deglaciation in Icy Bay, Alaska. Journal of Geophysical Research – Earth Surface,111, F02023, doi:10.1029/2005JF000349.

Merje Kuus

Kuus, M. 2010. ‘Europe and the baroque.’ Commentary in Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. 28 (3), pp. 381-387.

Kuus, M. 2010. ‘Critical Geopolitics’. In R. Denemark (ed.) The International Studies Encyclopedia. Blackwell, Volume II (Co-Ec), pp. 683-701.

Kuus, M. 2009. ‘Cosmopolitan Militarism?: Spaces of NATO Expansion’. Environment and Planning A. 41, pp. 545-562.

Kuus, M. 2008. ‘Švejkian Geopolitics: Subversive Obedience in Central Europe’. Geopolitics vol. 13, no. 2, pp. 257- 277.

Kuus, M., and J. Agnew. 2008. ‘Theorizing the State Geographically: Sovereignty, Subjectivity, Territoriality’, in K. Cox, J. Robinson, and M. Low (eds.) The Handbook of Political Geography. Sage Publications, pp. 117-132.

Kuus, M. 2007. ‘Ubiquitous Identities and Elusive Subjects: Puzzles from Central Europe’.  Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, vol. 32 no. 1, pp. 90-101.

Philippe Le Billon

Le Billon, P., and Waizenegger, A., 2007. Peace in the wake of disaster? Secessionist conflicts and the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers.

Le Billon, P., 2007. Securing transparency: Armed conflicts and the management of natural resource revenues. International Journal. Winter 2006/2007: 93-107.

Le Billon, P., 2007. Geographies of War: Perspectives on “Resource Wars”. Compass. 1 (1): 1-20.

Le Billon, P., 2007. Scales, chains, and commodities: mapping out “resource wars”. Geopolitics. 12: 200-205.

Auty, R., and Le Billon, P., 2007. Managing Revenues from Natural Resources and Aid. In (ed.) Brown, O., Trade, Aid, and Security. London: Earthscan. Pp. 158-189.

Le Billon, P., 2006. Fatal Transactions: conflict diamonds and the (anti) terrorist consumer. Antipode. 38 (4): 778-801.

David F. Ley

Ley, D., 2007. Spatial and scalar issues in managing diversity in Canadian cities. In (eds.)Banting, K., Courchene, T., and Siedle, L. Belonging? Diversity, Recognition and Shared Citizenship in Canada, Montreal: IRPP, 195-203.

Ley, D., 2006. Explaining variations in business performance among immigrant entrepreneurs in Canada. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. 32, 743-764.

Ley, D., 2006. Hong Kong moves. Metropolis World Bulletin. Vol. 6 (September) pp9-10.

Ley, D., 2006. Canada as a competitor in the global market for immigrants. Horizons. 9 (2), 67-69.

Hiebert, D., and Ley, D., 2006. Introduction: the political economy of immigration. Journal of Social and Economic Geography. 32 (1), 3-6.

Ley, D., and Kobayashi, A., 2005. Back to Hong Kong: return migration or transnational sojourn? Global Networks. 5 (2), 111-128.

Dave M. McClung

McClung, D., 2007. Refereed book chapter (in press): Snow avalanches as a non-critical, punctuated, equilibrium system. In 20 Years of Non-linear Dynamics, Eds. Elsner and Tsonis. Springer-Verlag.

McClung, D., 2007. Fracture energy applicable to dry snow slab release. Geophysical Research Letters. 34, doi: 10.1029/2006L028238.

Haegeli, P. and McClung, D., 2007. (in press) Expanding the Snow Climate Classification with Avalanche Relevant Information- Initial Description of Winter Regimes for South-Western Canada. Journal of Glaciology.

Grimsdottir, H. and McClung, D., 2006. Avalanche risk during backcountry travel-an analysis of risk factors. Natural Hazards. 39: 127-153, doi 10.1007/S11069-005-5227-X.

McClung, D. and Schweizer, J., 2006. Fracture toughness of dry snow slab avalanches from field measurements. Journal of Geophysical Research. 111, F04008, doi: 10.1029/2005JF000403.

Terry Mc Gee

T.G. Mc Gee (2010). The Rise of East Asia in the Pacific Region and the Reshaping of the New Global Order of the Twenty first Century. The Seventh “ ishak Shari Memorial Lecture” in the “ Asia in the Twenty First century Series”, The Institute of Malaysian and International Studies ( IKMAS) Universiti Kebangsaan ,Bangi Malaysia.

T.G. Mc Gee (2009). The Spatiality of Urbanization. The Policy Challenges of Mega-Urban and Desakota Regions of Southeast Asia.  Lestari Public Lecture. No 8, Institute for Environment and Development.( LESTARI) Universiti Kebangsaan, Bangi, Malaysia.

T.G. Mc Gee (2008). “Managing the Rural-Urban Transformation in the Twenty-First Century:” Sustainability Science 3(1): 155-167.

T.G. Mc Gee, George.C.S. Lin, Andrew Marton, Mark Y.L. Wang and Jiaping Wu (2007). China’s Urban Space. Development under Market Socialism. Routledge Studies on China in Transition, Routledge. London and New York.

T.G. Mc Gee (2007). “ Many knowledge(s) of Southeast Asia: Rethinking Southeast Asia in Real Time. Asia-Pacific Viewpoint 48(2):270-28

T.G. Mc Gee 2005) “Distinctive Urbanization in the Peri-Urban Regions of East and Southeast Asia: Renewing the Debates” Jurnal Perencanaan Wilayah dan Kota. 16(1):35-55

Ian G. McKendry

McKendry, I., Strawbridge, K., O’Neill, N., Liu, P., Jaegle, L., Jaffe, D., Fairlie, D., Anlauf, K., and Westphal, D., 2007. A Case of Trans-Pacific Transport of Saharan Dust to Western North America. Journal of Geophysical Research. 112, D01103, doi:10.1029/2006D007129.

Stahl, K., Moore, R.D., and McKendry, I., 2006. The role of synoptic-scale circulation in the linkage between large-scale ocean-atmosphere indices and winter surface climate in British Columbia, Canada, International Journal of Climatology. 26, 541-560.

Kryzanowski, J., McKendry, I., and Innes, J., 2006. Evidence of elevated ozone concentrations on forested slopes in the Lower Fraser Valley, British Columbia, Canada. Water Air and Soil Poll. Doi: 10.1007/s11270-005-9072-z.

Bennett, C., McKendry, I., Kelly, S., Denike, K., and Koch, T., 2006. Impact of the 1998 Gobi Dust Event on Hospital Admissions in the Lower Fraser Valley, British Columbia. Science of the Total Environ. 1918-1925.

McKendry, I., Stahl, K., and Moore, R.D., 2006. Synoptic Sea-Level Pressure Patterns Generated by A General Circulation Model: Comparison with Types derived from NCEP Re-Analysis and Implications for Downscaling. International Journal of Climatology. 26, 1727-1736.

Stahl, K., Moore, R., and McKendry, I., 2006. Climatology of Winter Cold Spells in British Columbia, Canada, in Relation to Mountain Pine Beetle Outbreaks. Climate Research. 32, 13-23.

Dan Moore

Leach, J.A. and Moore, R.D. 2010. Above-stream microclimate and stream surface energy exchanges in a wildfire-disturbed riparian zone. Hydrological Processes 24: 2369-2381, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.7639.

Eaton, B.C., Moore, R.D. and Giles, T. 2010. Forest fire, root strength and channel instability: the ‘unusual’ response of Fishtrap Creek, British Columbia.  Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 35: 1167-1183, DOI: 10.1002/esp.1946.

Moore, R.D., Fleming, S.W., Menounos, B., Wheate, R., Fountain, A., Stahl, K., Holm, K., and Jakob, M. 2009. Glacier change in western North America: implications for hydrology, geomorphic hazards and water quality. Hydrological Processes 23: 42-61.

Dery, S.J., Stahl, K., Moore, R.D., Whitfield, P.H., Menounos, B. and Burfield, J.E. 2009. Detection of runoff timing changes in pluvial, nival and glacial rivers of western Canada. Water Resources Research, 45, W04426, doi:10.1029/2008WR006975.

Stahl, K., Moore, R.D. Shea, J.M,. Hutchinson, D.G. and Cannon, A. 2008. Coupled modelling of glacier and streamflow response to future climate scenarios. Water Resources Research 44, W02422, doi:10.1029/2007WR005956.

Moore, R.D., Spittlehouse, D. and Story, A. 2005. Riparian microclimate and stream temperature response to forest harvesting: a review. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 41:813-834.

Jamie Peck

Peck, J. 2011. Creative moments: working culture … through municipal socialism and neoliberal urbanism. Eds E. McCann and K. Ward Mobile urbanism: cities and policymaking in the global age. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Peck, J. and Theodore, N. 2010. Recombinant workfare, across the Americas: transnationalizing ‘fast’ social policy. Geoforum 41, 195–208

Brenner, N., Peck, J. and Theodore, N. 2010. Variegated neoliberalization: geographies, modalities, pathways. Global Networks, 10, 1-41

Peck, J. and Theodore, N. 2008. Carceral Chicago: making the ex-offender employability crisis. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 32, 251-281.

Barnes T. J., Peck, J., Sheppard, E. and Tickell, A. (2007) Methods matter: transformations in economic geography. Eds A. Tickell, E. Sheppard, J. Peck and T. J. Barnes. Politics and practice in economic geography. London: Sage.

Peck, J. and Theodore, N. 2007. Variegated capitalism. Progress in Human Geography, 31, 731-772.

Geraldine J. Pratt

Pratt, G. 2005 “Abandoned Women and Spaces of the Exception” (2005 Antipode Lecture) Antipode, 37(5): 1053-1078.

Pratt, G. in collaboration with Philippines-Canada Task Force on
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Pratt, G. in collaboration with the Philippine Women Centre of BC, 2009, “Circulating sadness: witnessing Filipino mothers’ stories of family separation” (Jan Monk Lecture) Gender Place and Culture 16: 3-22.

Pratt, G. in collaboration with the Philippine Women Centre of B.C. and Ugnayan ng Kabataang Pilipino sa Canada 2007, “Working with migrant communities: collaborating with the Kalayaan Centre in Vancouver, Canada” in Participatory Action Research Approaches and Methods: Connecting people, participation and place, Eds. Sara Kindon, Rachel Paiin and Mike Kesby. London and New York: Routledge, 95-103.

Pratt, G. and Johnston, C. 2007 “Turning Theatre into Law, and other spaces of politics” Cultural Geographies, 14: 92-113.

Pratt, G. and C. Johnston, 2007, “Putting Play to Work.” Politics
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John B. Robinson

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Robinson, J., and Tansey, J., 2005. The Georgia Basin Futures Project. Encyclopedia of Science, Technology, and Ethics. Ed. Mitcham, C. Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA.

Robinson, J., 2004. Quelques commentaries sur le couts de l’observance du protocole de Kyoto. In Science du changement climatique-Acqui et controverses. Eds. Le Treut, H., van Ypersele, J-P., Hallegatte, S., and Hourcade, J-C. Paris : Iddri.

Robinson, J., Bradely, M., Busby, P., Conor, D., Murray, A., Sampson, B., Soper, W. Climate Change and Sustainable Development: Realizing the Opportunity. ABIO. 35.1: 2-9.

Alfred Siemens

Siemens, Alfred H. 2010. Una manera de ver: Los Tuxtlas. Mexico City, CONABIO.

Siemens, Alfred H., Patricia Moreno-Casasola y Clorinda Sarabia Bueno. 2006. “The Metabolization of Dunes and Wetlands by the City of Veracruz.” The Journal of Latin American Geography. 5/1:7-29.

Olav Slaymaker

Slaymaker, O., 2004. Mass balances of sediments, solutes and nutrients: the need for greater integration. Journal of Coastal Research 43:109-123.

Embleton-Hamann, C. and Slaymaker, O., 2006. Classics in Physical Geography: the case of Heinrich Jackli’s 1957 ‘Exogene dynamics of an alpine landscape. Progress in Physical Geography 30: 779-783.

Slaymaker, O., 2006. Towards the identification of scaling relations in drainage basin sediment budgets. Geomorphology, doi: 10.1016/j.geomorph.2005.09.004.

Slaymaker, O., 2008. Sediment budget and sediment flux studies under accelerating global change. Zeitschrift fur Geomorphologie 52:123-148.

Slaymaker, O., 2009. The future of geomorphology. Geography Compass 3:329-349; 10.1111/j.1749-1898.2008.00178x.

Slaymaker, O., 2010. Drivers of mountain landscape change during the twenty-first century. Journal of Soils and Sediments 10:597-610.

John Stager

Stager, John, 2008. “The Northern Research Endowment Fund and Fellowship Grants 1992-2007: Reflections on the Initiative for Northern Studies in the Yukon”, The Northern Review, No. 29, 2008, p 159 – 166.

Juanita Sundberg

Sundberg, J.R., 2007. Reconfiguring North-South Solidarity: critical reflections on experiences of transnational resistance. Antipode. 39.1: 144-166.

Sundberg, J.R., 2006. Conservation, Globalization, and Democratization: Contradictory Articulations and Paradoxical Outcomes in the Maya Biosphere Reserve, Guatemala. In Globalization and New Geographies of Conservation. Ed. Zimerer, K. University of Chicago Press. 259-276.

Sundberg, J.R., 2006. Fieldnote: Southern Arizona, United States-Mexico border, July 2005. Women’s Studies Quarterly. 34.1-2: 101-105.

Sundberg, J.R., 2006. Review of: Native to the Nation. Disciplining Landscapes and Bodies in Australia. 2004. 269 pages. Journal of Historical Geography. 32: 457-459.

Sundberg, J.R., 2006. Conservation Encounters: Transculturation in the ‘Contact Zones’ of Empire. Cultural Geographies. 13.2: 1-27.

Sundberg. J.R., 2005. Looking for the critical geographer, or why bodies and geographies matter to the emergence of critical geographies of Latin America. Geoforum. 36: 17-28.

Elvin Wyly

Wyly, Elvin K., 2011, “Positively Radical,” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 35(3).

Loretta Lees, Tom Slater, and Elvin Wyly, eds., 2010.  The Gentrification Reader.  New York:  Routledge.

Gray, M., and Wyly, E., 2007. The Terror City Hypothesis. In Violent Geographies: Fear, Terror, and Political Violence. Eds. Gregory, D., and Pred, A. London and New York: Routledge. pp. 329-348.

Mendez, P., Hiebert, D., and Wyly, E., 2006. Landing at Home: Insights on Immigration and Metropolitan Housing Markets from the Longitudinal Survey of Immigrants to Canada. Canadian Journal of Urban Research. 15 (2): 82-104.

McCallum, K., Spencer, A., and Wyly, E., 2005. The City as an Image-Creation Machine: A Critical Analysis of Vancouver’s 2010 Olympic Bid. Yearbook of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers. 67, 24-46.

Wyly, E., Atia, M., Foxcroft, H., Hammel, D., and Phillips-Watts, K., 2006. American Home Predatory Mortgage Capital and Neighbourhood Spaces of Race and Class Exploitation in the United States. Geografiska Annaler. 88B (1), 105-132.

Graeme Wynn

Wynn, G., 2007. Risk and responsibility in a Waste-Full World. Foreword to Jamie Benidickson, The Culture of Flushing. Vancouver: UBC Press. vi-xii, 333-335.

Wynn, G., 2006. Review of Hornsby, S.J., British Atlantic, American Frontier: Spaces of Power in Early Modern British America, for The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien. 50.3: 414-416.

Wynn, G., 2005. Peeping through the Cracks: Seeking Connections, Comparisons, and Understanding in Unstable Space. In eds. Reid, J., and Hornsby, S., Connections and Comparisons: New England and Atlantic Canada. Montreal and Kingston: McGill Queen’s University Press. 295-313.

Hermansen, S., and Wynn, G., 2005. Reflections on the Nature of an Urban Bog. Urban History Review-Revue d’Histoire Urbaine. xxxivx.1. Special Issue (Fall), 9-27.