Books

  • Akkerman A, 2016. Phenomenology of the Winter-City. Springer: Heidelberg, Dordrecht, London, New York, pp. 230 + xii

Book Chapters

  • Fidler C, Noble BF. 2016. Advancing regional strategic environmental assessment in Canada’s western Arctic: Implementation opportunities and challenges. In Fischer T (Ed.) Progress in Environmental Assessment Policy, and Management Theory and Practice. London: Imperial College Press, p 211-239.
  • Gunn J, Noble BF. 2015. Sustainability considerations in regional environmental assessment. In A Morrison-Saunders, J Pope, A Bond (Eds.) Sustainability Assessment Handbook. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, pp. 79-102.
  • Noble BF, Gunn J. 2016. Strategic environmental assessment. In K Hanna (Ed.) Environmental Assessment: Practice and Participation. Toronto: Oxford University Press, pp 96-121
  • Noble BF. 2015. Scoping out potentially significant impacts: Constraints of current regulatory-based cumulative effects assessment. In M Gillingham, C Johnson, M Parkes, G Halseth (Eds.) The Integration Imperative: Addressing the Cumulative Environmental, Community and Health Effects of Multiple Natural Resource Developments. New York, NY: Springer, pp. 176-181
  • Parkins J, Bullock R, Noble BF, Reed M. 2015. Forests and communities on the fringe: An overview of community forestry in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. In S Teitelbaum (Ed.) Community Forestry in Canada: Lessons from Policy and Practice. Vancouver: UBC Press, pp. 90-102.
  • Tong A, Lu B, He Y, Guo X. 2016. Role of remote sensing in sustainable grassland management: a review and case studies for a mixed grass prairie ecosystem. In Q Weng (Ed.) Remote Sensing for Sustainability.
  • Westbrook CJ, Noble BF.  2016. Environmental assessment in Saskatchewan. In K Hanna (Ed.) Environmental Assessment: Practice and Participation. Toronto: Oxford University Press, pp. 340-353 

Journal Publications

  • Akkerman A. 2015. Myths of the North and origins of city-form: Some reflections across history and prehistory. Journal of Architecture and Urbanism 39(3): 165-175.
  • Berdahl L, Bourassa M, Bell S, Fried J. 2016. Exploring perceptions of credible science among policy stakeholder groups results of focus group discussions about nuclear energy. Science Communication 38(3): 382-406.
  • Bernhardt M, Schulz K, Pomeroy JW. 2015. The International Network for Alpine Research Catchment Hydrology: a new GEWEX crosscutting project. Hydrologie and Wasserbewirtschaftung (Hydrology and Water Resources) 59 (4): 190-191. 
  • Bourassa M, Doraty K, Berdahl L, Fried J, Bell S. 2016. Support, opposition, emotion and contentious issue risk perception. International Journal of Public Sector Management 29(2): 201-216.
  • Buttle JM, Allen DM, Caissie D, Davison B, Hayashi M, Peters DL, Pomeroy JW, Simonovic S, St-Hilaire A, Whitfield PH. 2016. Flood processes in Canada: Regional and special aspects. Canadian Water Resources Journal 41(1-2): 7-30. 
  • Chen L, Chen A, Guo X, Zhou C. 2016. Impact factor analysis of mixture spectra unmixing based on independent component analysis. Journal of Applied Remote Sensing 10(1): 015012 
  • Chu C, Guo X, Takeda K. 2016. Temporal dependence of burn severity assessment in the Siberian Larch (Larix Sibirica) forest of northern Mongolia using remotely sensed data. International Journal of Wildland Fire (Article in press). 
  • Chu T, Guo X, Takeda K. 2016. Remote sensing approach to detect post-fire vegetation regrowth in Siberian boreal larch forest. Ecological Indicators 62:32-46.
  • Dumanski S, Pomeroy JWWestbrook CJ. 2015. Hydrological regime changes in a Canadian Prairie basin. Hydrological Processes DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10567. 
  • Fang X, Pomeroy J. 2016. Impact of antecedent conditions on simulations of a flood in a mountain headwater basin. Hydrological Processes. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10910. 
  • Fawcett RB, Walker R, Greene J. 2015. Indigenizing city planning processes in Saskatoon, Canada. Canadian Journal of Urban Research 24(2): 158-175. 
  • Hackett P, Abonyi S, Dyck R. 2016. Anthropometric indices of First Nations children and youth on first entry to Manitoba/Saskatchewan residential schools -- 1919 to 1953. International Journal of Circumpolar Health doi.org/10.3402/ijch.v75.30734. 
  • Harder P, Pomeroy JWWestbrook CJ. 2015. Hydrological resilience of a Canadian Rockies headwaters basin subject to changing climate, extreme weather, and forest management. Hydrological Processes. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10596. 
  • Jones M, Shah T, Hayes A, Uswak G, Bell S. 2016. Dental service disparities in Canada: A Saskatoon, Saskatchewan case study. The Canadian Geographer doi:10.1111/cag.12286.
  • Lashta E, Berdahl L, Walker R. 2016 Interpersonal contact and attitudes towards Indigenous peoples in Canada's prairie cities. Ethnic and Racial Studies 39(7): 1242-1260. 
  • Lees J, Jaeger J, Gunn JNoble BF. 2016. Analysis of uncertainty consideration in environmental assessment: an empirical study of Canadian EA practice. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management DOI:10.1080/09640568.2015.1116980.
  • Leung W, Noble BF, Jaeger J, Gunn J. 2016. Disparate perceptions about uncertainty consideration and disclosure practices in environmental assessment and opportunities for improvement. Environmental Impact Assessment Review 57: 89-100.
  • Liu A, Mooney C, Szeto K, Thériault JM, Kochtubajda B, Stewart RE, Boodoo S, Goodson R, Li Y, Pomeroy JW. 2016. The June 2013 Alberta catastrophic flooding event: Part 1 – climatological aspects and hydrometeorological features. Hydrological Processes DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10906. 
  • McGrane D, Berdahl L, Bell S. 2016. Moving beyond the urban/rural cleavage: measuring values and policy preferences across residential zones in Canada. Journal of Urban Affairs DOI10.111/juaf.12294.
  • Musselman KN, Pomeroy JW, Essery RLH, Leroux N. 2015. Impact of windflow calculations on simulations of alpine snow accumulation, redistribution and ablation. Hydrological Processes 29(18): 3983-3999. 
  • Noble BF, Nwanekezie K. 2016. Conceptualizing strategic environmental assessment. Environmental Impact Assessment Review DOI:10.1016/j.eiar.2016.03.005.
  • Olagunju A, Gunn J. 2016. Integration of environmental assessment with planning and policy-making on a regional scale: A literature review. Environmental Impact Assessment Review 61: 68-77.
  • Olagunju A, Gunn J. 2016 Challenges to integrating planning and policy-making with environmental assessment on a regional scale--a multi-institutional perspective. Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal 34(3): 1-18.
  • Patrick R, Bharadwaj L. 2016 Mining and campesino engagement: an opportunity for integrated water resources management in Ancash, Peru. Water International 41(3): 468-482.
  • Prusak SY, Walker R, Innes R. 2015. Toward Indigenous planning? First Nation community planning in Saskatchewan, Canada. Journal of Planning Education and Research 36(4): 440-450. 
  • Petrucka P, Bickford D, Bassendowski S, Goodwill W, Wajunta C, Goodfeather L, Hackett P, Jeffrey B, Rauliuk M. 2016. Positive leadership, legacy, lifestyles, attitudes, and activities for Aboriginal youth: A wise practices approach for positive Aboriginal youth futures. International Journal of Indigenous Health 11(1): 177-197. 
  • Pomeroy JW, Stewart RE, Whitfield PH. 2016. The 2013 flood event in the South Saskatchewan and Elk River basins: Causes, assessment and damages. Canadian Water Resources Journal 41(1-2):105-117. 
  • Pomeroy JW, Xing F, Marks D. 2016. The cold rain-on-snow event of June 2013 in the Canadian Rockies – Characteristics and diagnosis. Hydrological Processes DOI:10.1002/hyp.10905. 
  • Rasouli K, Pomeroy JW, Marks D. 2015. Snowpack sensitivity to perturbed climate in a cool mid-latitude mountain catchment. Hydrological Processes DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10587. 
  • Rothwell R, Hillman G, Pomeroy JW. 2016. Marmot Creek experimental watershed study. The Forestry Chronicle 92(1):32-36. DOI: 10.5558/tfc2016-010. 
  • Shook K, Pomeroy JW. 2016. The effects of the management of Lake Diefenbaker on downstream flooding. Canadian Water Resources Journal 41(1-2): 261-272. 
  • Sizo A, Noble BFBell S. 2016. Strategic environmental assessment framework for landscape-based, temporal analysis of wetland change in urban environments. Environmental Management 57(3): 696710.
  • Sizo A, Noble BFBell S. 2016. Connecting the strategic to the tactical in SEA design: an approach to wetland conservation policy development and implementation in an urban context. Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal 34(1): 44-54.
  • Stanley K, Bell S, Kreuger LK, Bhowmik P, Shojaati N, Elliott A, Osgood ND. 2016. Opportunistic natural experiments using digital telemetry: a transit disruption case study. International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 1-20.
  • Wang H, Patrick R. 2014. Implementing source water protection plans in Saskatchewan: Local watershed perceptions. Prairie Perspectives 17: 1-10.
  • Wang X, Westbrook C, Bedard-Haughn A. 2016. Effect of mineral horizons on spatial distribution of soil properties and N cycling in a mountain peatland. Geoderma 273:73-82.
  • Westbrook CJ, Bedard-Haughn A. 2016. Sibbald Research Wetland: Mountain peatland form and ecohydrologic function as influenced by beaver. The Forestry Chronicle 92(1): 37-38. 
  • Williams TJ, Pomeroy JW, Janowicz JR, Carey SK, Rasouli K, Quinton WL. 2015. A radiative-conductiveconvective approach to calculate thaw season ground surface temperatures for modelling frost table dynamics. Hydrological Processes 29: 3954-3965. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10573. 
  • Young K, Patrick R. 2015. A planning framework for community-based lakeshore management planning: A case study. Planning Journal pp. 4-7.
  • Yu X, Guo X. 2015. Hourly photosynthetically active radiation estimation in Midwestern United States from artificial neural networks and conventional regressions models. International Journal of Biometeorology DOI: 10.1007/s00484-015-1120-9.  

Technical Reports, Conference Proceeding, Reviews and Other Scholarly Publications

  • Abonyi S, Hackett P, Dyck R. 2016. Editorial: reflections on ethical challenges encountered in Indigenous health research using archival records. International Journal of Circumpolar Health DOI.10.3402/ijch. v75.30734Aksamit NO, Pomeroy JW. 2015. Saltating snow mechanics: Three species classification from high speed videography. Proceedings, 72nd Eastern Snow Conference, pp. 56-77. 
  • Arnold L, Bourassa M, Berdahl L, Fried J, Bell S. 2016. Knowledge utilization by policy makers: Is there a role for marketing? Celebrating America’s Pastimes: Baseball, Hot Dogs, Apple Pie and Marketing 279-283 
  • Engler-Stringer R, Muhajarine N, Ridalls T, Abonyi S, Vatanparast H, Whiting S, Walker R. 2016. The Good Food Junction: A community-based food store intervention to address nutritional health inequities, JMIR Research Protocols 5(2) e52, DOI: 10.2196/resprot.5303.
  • Fabrikant S, Raubal M, Bertolotto M, Davies C, Freundschuh S, Bell S. 2015. Spatial information theory. Proceedings of Conference on Spatial Information Theory.
  • Guo X et al. 2015. Climate affects grasslands in Canadian prairie and Tibet (CAGPAT). The third post project report. ISTPCanada Project 4 pgs. 
  • Leroux NR, Pomeroy JW. 2015. A dual pathway heterogeneous flow through snow model. Proceedings, 72nd Eastern Snow Conference, pp. 3-14.
  • Leung W, Noble BF. 2016. Taking the pulse on uncertainty in EA: Perspectives about uncertainty location and consideration. Resilience and Sustainability: Conference proceedings of the International Association for Impact Assessment, IAIA 2016 Japan. Fargo, ND: International Association for Impact Assessment, 6pgs.
  • Noble BF, Udofia A. 2015. Protectors of the Land: Toward an Environmental Assessment Process that Works for Aboriginal Communities and Developers. Ottawa ON: Macdonald-Laurier Institute.
  • Paul T, Stanley K, Osgood N, Bell S, Muhajarine N. 2016. Scaling behavior of human mobility distributions, GIScience - in press. 
  • Pomeroy JW, Fang X, Rasouli K. 2015. Sensitivity of snow processes to warming in the Canadian Rockies. Proceedings, 72nd Eastern Snow Conference, pp. 22-33. 
  • Walker R. 2016. Programming public space: The street as set, stage, studio, and gallery, Curb magazine 6(2):18-19.