1. Noble, B. (2021). Introduction to environmental assessment: Guide to principles and
    practice, 4th edition. Toronto, ON: Oxford University Press. pp. 312.
  2. Patrick, R. (2020). Sustainable cities and regions. Kendall Hunt Publishing Company,
    Dubuque, IA, USA. ISBN 978-1-7924-2457-1. pp. 140.
  3. Akkerman, A. (2020). The Urban Archetypes of Jane Jacobs and Ebenezer Howard:
    Contradiction and Meaning in City Form. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press. pp. 280.

Book Chapters

  1. Blakey, J. & Craft, A. (in press). Conclusion: Pathways to a better legacy of development in northern Manitoba. In Our Backyard: Keeyask and the Legacy of Hydroelectric Development. Craft, A. and Blakley, J. (eds.). University of Manitoba Press: Winnipeg, Canada.
  2. Blakley, J. & Noble, B. (in press). The Keeyask hydroelectric development project: No significant cumulative effects? In: In Our Backyard: Keeyask and the Legacy of Hydroelectric Development. Craft, A. & Blakley, J. (eds.). University of Manitoba Press: Winnipeg, Canada.
  3. Blakley, J. & Noble, N. (2021). Assessing cumulative effects in strategic and regional-scale assessment. Blakley, J. & Franks, D. (eds.). Handbook of Cumulative Impact Assessment. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.: United Kingdom.
  4. Blakley, J. (2021). Introduction: Foundations, issues and contemporary challenges in cumulative impact assessment. Blakley, J. & Franks, D. (eds.). Handbook of Cumulative Impact Assessment. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.: United Kingdom.
  5. Blakley, J. (in press). Making the connections: Regional cumulative effects assessment in northern Manitoba. In Our Backyard: Keeyask and the Legacy of Hydroelectric Development. Craft, A. & Blakley, A., (eds.). University of Manitoba Press: Winnipeg, Canada. In press.
  6. Blakley, J., Noble, B. & McLean, J. (in press) The scope and focus of cumulative effects and regional assessment. Doelle, M. & Sinclair, J. (eds.) The New Canadian Federal IAA. Irwin Law: Toronto, ON.
  7. Craft, A. & Blakley, J. (in press). Introduction: Built on the back of the turtle: Reflections on how hydro-electric dams have changed landscapes. In: Craft, A. & Blakley, J. (eds.). In Our Backyard: Keeyask and the Legacy of Hydroelectric Development. A. Craft and J. Blakley, eds. University of Manitoba Press: Winnipeg, Canada.
  8. Herman, L., Walker, R., Rosenberg, M. (2021). An age-friendly city? LGBTQ and frail older adults. In: Hartt, M., Biglieri, S., Rosenberg, M. & Nelson, S. (eds.). Aging People, Aging Places: Experiences, Opportunities and Challenges of Growing Older in Canada. Bristol: Policy Press.
  9. Kinar, N. & Pomeroy, J. (2021). Measurement of Terrestrial Snow. Warf, B. (Ed.), Oxford Bibliographies in Geography. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
  10. McLean, J., Noble, B. & Blakley, J. (in press). Strategic and regional environmental assessment. Doelle, M., and Sinclair, J. (eds.). The New Canadian Federal IAA. Irwin Law: Toronto, ON. In press.
  11. Therivel, R., Blakley, J. & and Treweek, J. (2021). Mitigating cumulative biodiversity impacts. Blakley, J. and Franks, D. (eds.). Handbook of Cumulative Impact Assessment. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.: United Kingdom.
  12. Xu, L., Mao, F., Famiglietti, J., Pomeroy, J. & Pahl-Wostl, C. (2021). Conceptualizing cascading effects of resilience in human–water systems. Ungar, M. (Ed.), Multisystemic Resilience: Adaptation and Transformation in Contexts of Change. (744-767). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Journal Publications

  1. Aboudina, A., Diab, E. & Shalaby, A. (2021). Predictive analytics of streetcar bunching occurrence time for real-time applications. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board.
  2. Aksamit, N. & Pomeroy, J. (2020). Warm-air entrainment and advection during alpine blowing snow events. The Cryosphere, 14: 2795–2807.
  3. Blakley, J. & Russell, J. (2021) International progress in cumulative effects assessment: A review of academic literature 2008-2018. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 1-26.
  4. Bree, S., Fuller, D. & Diab, E. (2020). Access to transit? Validating local transit accessibility measures using transit ridership. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 141, 430-442.
  5. Brunner, M., Melsen, L., Wood, A., Rakovec, O., Mizukami, N., Knoben, W. & Clark, M. (2021). Flood spatial coherence, triggers, and performance in hydrological simulations: large-sample evaluation of four streamflow-calibrated models. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 25(1): 105-119.
  6. Brunner, M., Slater, L., Tallaksen, L. & Clark, M. (2021). Challenges in modeling and predicting floods and droughts: A review. WIREs Water, 8(3).
  7. Chilima, J., Blakely, J., Diaz, H. & Bharadwaj, L. (2021) Understanding community concerns for collaborative planning: Lesson learned from Lake Diefenbaker, Canada. Water: Special Issue: Sustainable Development of Lakes and Reservoirs, 13: 1756.
  8. Choi, Y., Goodall, J., Sadler, J., Castronova, A., Bennett, A., Li, Z., Nijssen, B., Wang, S., Clark, M., Ames, D., Horsburgh, J., Yi, H., Bandaragoda, C., Seul, M., Hooper, R. & Tarboton, D. (2020). Toward open and reproducible environmental modeling by integrating online data repositories, computational environments, and model application programming interfaces. Environmental Modelling and Software, 135: 104888.
  9. Clark, M., Luce, C., AghaKouchak, A., Berghuijs, W., David, C., Duan, Q., Ge, S., van, Meerveld I., Zheng, C., Parlange, M. & Tyler, S. (2021). Open science: Open data, open models, ...and open Publications?. Water Resources Research, 57(4).
  10. Clark, M., Zolfaghari, R., Green, K., Trim, S., Knoben, W, Bennett, A., Nijssen, B., Ireson, A. & Spiteri, R. (2021). The numerical implementation of land models: Problem formulation and laugh tests. Journal of Hydrometeorology.
  11. Conway, J., Helgason, W., Pomeroy, J. & Sicart, J. (2021). Icefield breezes: Mesoscale diurnal circulation in the atmospheric boundary layer over an outlet of the Columbia Icefield, Canadian Rockies. JGR Atmospheres. 126(6): 1-17.
  12. Costa, D., Pomeroy, J., Aziz, U., Elliott, J., Baulch, H., Roy, B. & Schneider, K. (2020) The Nutrient App: Developing a smartphone application for on-site instantaneous community-based NO3 and PO4 monitoring. Environmental Modelling and Software: 133.
  13. Costa, D., Shook, K., Spence C., Elliott, J., Baulch, H., Wilson, H. & Pomeroy, J. (2020). Predicting variable contributing areas, hydrological connectivity, and solute transport pathways for a Canadian Prairie Basin. Water Resources Research. 56(12).
  14. de, Laat S., Wahoush, O., Jaber, R., Khater, W., Musoni, E., Abu, Siam I., Schwartz, L., the, Humanitarian Health Ethics Research Group (Matthew Hunt., Lynda, Redwood-Campbell., Laurie, Elit., Elysee, Nouvet., Rachel, Yantzi., Kevin, Bezanson., Carrie, Bernard., Takhliq, Amir., Ani, Chenier., Gautham, Krishnaraj. & Schuster-Wallace, C. (2021). A case analysis of partnered research on palliative care for refugees in Jordan and Rwanda. Conflict and Health, 15(1): 2.
  15. DeBeer,C., Wheater, H., Pomeroy, J., Barr, A., Baltzer, J., Johnstone, J., Turetsky, M., Stewart, R., Hayashi, M., van der Kamp, G., Marshall, S., Campbell, E., Marsh, P., Carey, S., Quinton, W., Li, Y., Razavi, S., Berg, A., McDonnell, J., Spence, C., Helgason, W., Ireson, A., Black, T.A., Elshami, M., Yassin, F., Davison, B., Howard, A., Thériault, J., Shook, K., Demuth, M. & Pietroniro, A. (2021). Summary and synthesis of Changing Cold Regions Network (CCRN) research in the interior of western Canada – Part 2: Future change in cryosphere, vegetation, and hydrology. Hydrological Earth System Sciences (HESS), 25(4).
  16. Diab, E., DeWeese, J., Chaloux, N. & El-Geneidy, A. (2020). Adjusting the service? Understanding the factors affecting bus ridership over time at the route level in Montréal, Canada. Transportation.
  17. Diab, E., Kasraian D., Miller E. & Shalaby A. (2020). The rise and fall of transit ridership across Canada: Understanding the determinants. Transport Policy. 96, 101-112.
  18. El, Amiri, N., Abernethy, P., Spence, N., Zakus, D., Kara, T. & Schuster-Wallace, C. (2020). Community of practice: an effective mechanism to strengthen capacity in climate change and health. Canadian Journal of Public Health.
  19. England, K. & Westbrook, C. (2021). Comparison of beaver density and forage preferences in urban and rural riparian forests along the South Saskatchewan River, Canada. Journal of Urban Ecology 7(1): juab021.
  20. Essery, R., Kim, H., Wang, L., Bartlett, P., Boone, A., Brutel-Vuilmet, C., Burke, E., Cuntz, M., Decharme, B., Dutra, E., Fang, X.*, Gusev, Y., Hagemann, S., Haverd, V., Kontu, A., Krinner, G., Lafaysse, M., Lejeune, Y., Marke, T., Marks, D., Marty, C., Menard, C., Nasonova, O., Nitta, T., Pomeroy, J., Schädler, G., Semenov, V., Smirnova, T., Swenson, S., Turkov, D., Wever, N. & Yuan, H. (2020). Snow cover duration trends observed at sites and predicted by multiple models. The Cryosphere. 14(12): 4687–4698.
  21. He, Y., Yang, J. & Guo, X. (2020). Green vegetation cover dynamics in a heterogeneous grassland: Spectral unmixing of Landsat time series from 1989-2014. Remote Sensing, 2020(12): 3826.
  22. Herder, E., Aitken, A. & Edinger, E. (2021). Temporal change observed in the coastal molluscan (Bivalvia and Gastropoda) communities of Frobisher Bay, NU over 50 years. Arctic Science.
  23. Herman, L., Walker, R., Rosenberg, M. (2021). Age-friendly communities and cultural pluralism: Examining Saskatoon's Chinese-Canadian social enclave. Canadian Journal on Aging, 40(3): 463-474.
  24. Irvine, A., Schuster-Wallace, C., Dickson-Anderson, S. & Bharadwaj, L. (2020). Transferrable Principles to Revolutionize Drinking Water Governance in First Nation Communities in Canada. Water, 12(11): 3091.
  25. Katie White, K., Dickson-Anderson, S. Majury, A., McDermott, K., Hynds, P., Brown, R. & Schuster-Wallace, C (2021). Exploration of E. coli contamination drivers in private drinking water wells: An application of machine learning to a large, multivariable, geo-spatio-temporal dataset. Water Research, 197: 117089.
  26. Kinar, N.*, Pomeroy, J. & Si, B. (2020). Signal processing for in situ detection of effective heat pulse probe spacing radius as the basis of a self-calibrating heat pulse probe. Geoscientific Instrumentation, Methods, and Data Systems, 9(2): 293–315.
  27. LaFollette, P., Teuling, A., Addor, N., Clark, M., Jansen, K. & Melsen, L. (accepted). Numerical daemons of hydrological models are summoned by extreme precipitation, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (February 5, 2021).
  28. Langs, L., Petrone, R. & Pomeroy, J. (2020). A δ18O and δ2H stable water isotope analysis of subalpine forest water sources under seasonal and hydrological stress in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Hydrological Processes. 34(26): 5642-5658.
  29. Langs, L., Petrone, R. & Pomeroy, J. (2021). Subalpine forest water use behaviour and evapotranspiration during two hydrologically contrasting growing seasons in the Canadian Rockies. Hydrological Processes, 35(5): 1-17.
  30. Latchmore, T., Hynds, P., Brown, S., Schuster-Wallace, C., Dickson-Anderson, S., McDermott, K. & Majury, A. (2020). Analysis of a large spatiotemporal groundwater quality dataset, Ontario 2010-2017: Informing human health risk assessment and testing guidance for private drinking water wells. Science of the Total Environment, 738: 140382.
  31. Lavallee, S., Hynds, P., Brown, R., Schuster-Wallace, C., Dickson-Anderson, S., Di, P., Egan, R. & Majury, A. (2021). Examining influential drivers of private well users’ perceptions in Ontario: A cross-sectional population study. Science of the Total Environment, 763: 142952.
  32. Lavallee, S., Latchmore, T., Hynds, P., Brown, R., Schuster-Wallace, C., Dickson-Anderson, S. & Majury, A. (2021). Drinking Water Consumption Patterns among Private Well Users in Ontario: Implications for Exposure Assessment of Waterborne Infection. Risk Analysis,
  33. Leroux, N., Marsh, C. & Pomeroy, J. (2020). Simulation of preferential flow in snow with a 2‐D Non‐Equilibrium Richards Model and evaluation against laboratory data. Water Resources Research, 56(9).
  34. López-Moreno, I., Pomeroy, J., Morán-Tejeda, E., Revuelto-Benedí, J., Navarro- Serrano, F., Vidaller, I. & Alonso-González, E. (accepted). Changes in the frequency of global high mountain rain-on-snow events due to climate warming. Environmental Research Letters (June 23, 2021)
  35. López-Moreno, J., Pomeroy J., Alonso-González E., Morán-Tejeda E. & Revuelto J. (2020). Decoupling of warming mountain snowpacks from hydrological regimes. Environmental Research Letters, 15.
  36. Lucier, K., Schuster-Wallace, C., Skead, D., Skead, K. & Dickson-Anderson, S. (2020). “Is there anything good about a water advisory?”: an exploration of the consequences of drinking water advisories in an indigenous community. BMC Public Health, 20(1): 1704.
  37. Luo, S., Wang, J., Pomeroy, J. & Lyu, S., (2020). Freeze–thaw changes of seasonally frozen ground on the Tibetan Plateau from 1960 to 2014. Journal of Climate, 33(21): 9427–9446.
  38. McMaster, R., Noble, BF., Poelzer, G. & Hanna, K. (2021). Wind energy environmental assessment requirements and processes: an uneven landscape. Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal, 39(1): 11-23.
  39. Meehan, K,. Jepson, W., Harris, L., Wutich., Patrick, R., et al. (2020). Exposing the myths of household water insecurity in the global North: A critical review. WIREs Water. Wiley Periodicals.
  40. Menard, C., Essery, R., Krinner, G., Arduini, G., Bartlett, P., Boone, A., Brutel-Vuilme, C., Burke, E., Cuntz, M., Dai, Y., Decharme, B.; Dutra, E., Fang, X.*, Fierz, C., Gusev, Y., Hagemann, S., Haverd, V., Kim, H., Lafaysse, M., Marke, T., Nasonova, O., Nitta, T., Niwano, M., Pomeroy, J., Schädler, G., Semenov, V., Smirnova, S., Strasser, U., Swenson, S., Turkov, S., Wever, N. & Yuan, H. (2021). Scientific and human errors in a snow model intercomparison. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (BAMS), 102(1): E61-E79.
  41. Minielly, C., Adebooye, O., Akponikpe, P., Oyedele, D., de Boer, D., Li, Y. & Peak, D. (2020). Application of a 1 km2 resolution model for climate change effects upon Benin and Nigeria vegetable agriculture. Geomatica, 73(4): 93-106.
  42. Mizukami, N., Clark, M., Gharari, S., Kluzek, E., Pan, M., Lin, P., Beck, H. & Yamazaki, D. (2021). A vector-based river routing model for earth system models: Parallelization and global applications. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 13(6).
  43. Munir T. & Westbrook, C. (2021). Thermal characteristics of a beaver dam analogues equipped spring-fed creek in the Canadian Rockies. Water, 13: 990.
  44. Munir, T. & Westbrook, C. (2021). Beaver dam analogue configurations influence stream and riparian water table dynamics of a degraded spring-fed creek in the Canadian Rockies. River Research and Applications, 37(3): 330-342.
  45. Nejad, S., Viswanathan, L., Walker, R. (2021). Ethnocultural diversity, Indigeneity, and intercultural understanding in the context of planning for reconciliation: Perspectives from the city of Winnipeg, Manitoba. Canadian Planning and Policy, 2021: 91-108.
  46. Nijhum, F., Westbrook, C., Noble, B., Belcher, K. & Lloyd-Smith, P. (2021). Evaluation of alternative land-use scenarios using an ecosystem services-based strategic environmental assessment approach: A choice experiment application in the Northeast Swale, Canada. Land Use Policy, 108(1): 105540.
  47. Noble, B. & Hanna, K. (2021). Cumulative impact monitoring: Improving practices for informed decisions. NWT Environmental Research Bulletin, 5(19).
  48. Patrick, R., & Baijius, W. (2021). A parallel approach to water stewardship planning: Making space for indigenous knowledge and western-science. Canadian Planning and Policy / Aménagement Et Politique Au Canada, 2021(01), 1-16.
  49. Pradhananga, D., Pomeroy, J., Aubry-Wake, C., Munro, S., Shea, J., Demuth, M., Kirat, N., Menounos, B. & Mukherjee, K. (2021). Hydrometeorological, glaciological and geospatial research data from the Peyto Glacier Research Basin in the Canadian Rockies. Earth System Science Data: 13: 2875-2894.
  50. Rajulapati, C., Papalexiou, S., Clark, M., Razavi, S., Tang, G. & Pomeroy, J., (2020). Assessment of extremes in global precipitation products: How reliable are they?. Journal of Hydrometeorology. 21(12): 2855–2873.
  51. Ren, L., Zhang, S., Guo, X., Cheng, L., Guo, Y. & Ding, A. (2021). Temporal dependence of burn severity assessment in Siberian larch (Larix sibirica) forest of northern Mongolia using remotely sensed data. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 193(406).
  52. Ronnquist, A. & Westbrook, C. (2021). Beaver dams: how structure, flow state, and landscape setting regulate water storage and release. Science of the Total Environment 785:147333.
  53. Rupp, D., Chegwidden, O., Nijssen, B. & Clark, M. (2021). Changing river network synchrony modulates projected increases in high flows. Water Resources Research, 57(4).
  54. Schuster-Wallace, C., Nouvet, E., Rigby, I., Krishnaraj, G., de, Laat S., Schwartz, L. & Hunt, M. (2021). Culturally sensitive palliative care in humanitarian action: Lessons from a critical interpretive synthesis of culture in palliative care literature. Palliative and Supportive Care, 1-11.
  55. Shea, J., Whitfield, P., Fang, X. & Pomeroy, J W. (2021) The Role of Basin Geometry in Mountain Snowpack Responses to Climate Change. Frontiers in Water. 3(604275): 1-18.
  56. Sheikholeslami, R., Gharari, S., Papalexiou, S. & Clark, M. (accepted). VISCOUS: A variance-based sensitivity analysis using copulas for efficient identification of dominant hydrological processes, Water Resources Research (June 13, 2021).
  57. Shook, K.*, Papalexiou, S. & Pomeroy, J. (2021). Quantifying the effects of Prairie depressional storage complexes on drainage basin connectivity. Journal of Hydrology. 593: 1-15.
  58. Soubry, I. & Guo, X. (2021). Identification of the optimal season and spectral regions for shrub cover estimation in grasslands. Sensors, 2021(21:3098): 1-26.
  59. Soubry, I. & Guo, X. (2021). Seasonal spectral separation of western snowberry and wolfwillow in grasslands with field spectroradiometer and simulated multispectral bands. Environments, 8(60): 1-16.
  60. Stein, L., Clark, M., Knoben, W., Pianosi, F. & Woods, R. (2021). How do climate and catchment attributes influence flood generating processes? A large-sample study for 671 catchments across the contiguous USA. Water Resources Research, 57(4).
  61. Stoll, N. & Westbrook, C. (2020). Beaver dam capacity of Canada’s boreal plain in response to environmental change. Scientific Reports, 10: 16800.
  62. Tang, G., Clark, M. & Papalexiou, S. (2021). SC-Earth: A station-based serially complete earth dataset from 1950 to 2019. Journal of Climate, 0:1-47.
  63. Tang, G., Clark, M. & Papalexiou, S. (2021). The use of serially complete station data to improve the temporal continuity of gridded precipitation and temperature estimates. Journal of Hydrometeorology.
  64. Tang, G., Clark, M., Newman, A., Wood, A., Papalexiou, S., Vionnet, V. & Whitfield, P. (2020). SCDNA: a serially complete precipitation and temperature dataset for North America from 1979 to 2018. Earth System Science Data, 12(4): 2381-2409.
  65. Tang, G., Clark, M., Papalexiou, S., Newman, A., Wood, A., Brunet, D. & Whitfield, P. (accepted). EMDNA: an Ensemble Meteorological Dataset for North America, Earth System Science Data (June 8, 2021).
  66. Thériault, J., Déry, S., Pomeroy, J., Smith, H., Almonte, J., Bertoncini, A., Crawford, R., Desroches-Lapointe, A., Lachapelle, M., Mariani, Z., Mitchell, S., Morris, J., Hébert-Pinard, C., Rodriguez, P. & Thompson, H. (2021) Meteorological observations collected during the Storms and Precipitation Across the continental Divide Experiment (SPADE), April–June 2019. Earth System Science Data. 13(3): 1233–1249.
  67. Vanderkelen, I., van, Lipzig N., Sacks, W., Lawrence, D., Clark, M., Mizukami, N., Pokhrel, Y. & Thiery, W. (accepted). Simulating the impact of global reservoir expansion on the present-day climate, Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres (December 22, 2020).
  68. Vionnet, V., Marsh, C., Menounos, B., Gascoin, S., Wayand, N., Shea, J., Mukherjee, K. & Pomeroy, J. (2021). Multi-scale snowdrift-permitting modelling of mountain snowpack. The Cryosphere. 15(2): 743–769.
  69. Walker, R. (2021). The rich and textured landscape of Peggy McKercher Conservation Area. Saskatoon History Review, 31: 8-16.
  70. Whitfield, P., Kraaijenbrink, P., Shook, K. & Pomeroy, J. (2021). The spatial extent of hydrological and landscape changes across the mountains and prairies of Canada in the Mackenzie and Nelson River basins based on data from a warm-season time window. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (HESS), 25(5): 2513–2541.
  71. Xu, D., Pu, Y. & Guo, X. (2020). A semi-automated method to extract green and non-photosynthetic vegetation cover from RGB images in mixed grasslands. Sensors, 2020(20): 6870.
  72. Zhang, T., Vail, S., Duddu, H., Parkin, I., Guo, X. & Shirtliffe, S. (2021). Phenotyping flowering in Canola (Brassica napus) and estimating seed yield using an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV)-based imagery. Frontiers in Plant Science, 12: 1-15.

Edited Books

  1. Blakley, J. & and Franks, D. (eds.) (2021). Handbook of Cumulative Impact Assessment. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.: United Kingdom.
  2. Craft, A. & Blakley, J. (eds.) (in press) In Our Backyard: The Legacy of Hydroelectric Development in Manitoba: The Keeyask Experience. University of Manitoba Press: Winnipeg, Manitoba.