Simon Fraser University
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2010 Publications
201120102009

Boldfaced names identify REM students, research assistants, and post-doctoral fellows.

FAO (D Knowler and various authors). Aquaculture development. 4. Ecosystem approach to aquaculture. FAO Technical Guidelines for Responsible Fisheries. No. 5, Suppl. 4. Rome, FAO, 2010.

Mark Roseland, Sustainable Communities Workshop Final Report, Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions, Victoria, BC. May 2010.

Sean Connelly and Mark Roseland. 2010. Black Holes or White Knights? Cities and the Environment. In Bunting, T., Filion, P. and Walker, R. (Eds.) Canadian Cities in Transition. Fourth Edition. Oxford University Press: Toronto. 247-261

Mark Roseland, Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning Vol. 12, No. 4, December 2010, 423-425, Sustainable Communities, Woodrow W. Clark II (Ed.). Springer, NY, 2010. 314 pp., Hardback: £62.99, ISBN 978-1-441-0218-4, ISBN 978-1-4419-0218-4

L. Frid, D. Knowler, C. Murray, J. Myers, and L. Scott, Economic Impacts of Invasive Plants in BC. Prepared for the Invasive Plant Council of BC, ESSA Technologies Ltd., Vancouver, BC, 2010.

A. Araujo, A. Page, A. Cooper and D. Knowler, Simulation Modeling of the Forestry-Sedimentation Relationship in Coastal Rainforests of Southwestern British Columbia, FIA-FSP Project Y092250, Ministry of Agriculture and Lands, Victoria, BC, 2010.

Griffin, B.J., K.E. Kohfeld, A.B. Cooper, and G. Boenisch, The importance of location for describing typical and extreme wind speed behavior: A case study from the Pacific Northwest, North America, Geophysical Research Letters, 37, L22804, doi:10.1029/2010GL045052, 2010.

Gunton, T.I., and C. Joseph. 2010. Economic and Environmental Values in Marine Planning: A Case Study of Canada’s West Coast. Environments 37(3):111-127.

Wiersma, Y., Duinker, P., Haider, W., Hvenegaard, G., and F. Schmiegelow (2010) The Relationship between Protected Areas and Sustainable Forest Management: Many Shades of Green. Sustainable Forest Management Network State of the Knowledge Report, Edmonton, AB, Canada. 58pp.

Bakker, V., J. Baum, J. Brodie, A.K. Salomon, B. Dickson, H. Gibbs, O. Jensen, P. McIntyre. 2010. The changing landscape of conservation science funding in the United States. Conservation Letters 3: 435-44.

Baskett, M.L., A.K. Salomon. 2010. Recruitment facilitation can drive alternative states on temperate reefs. Ecology 9: 1763-1773.

Chapin, F. Stuart III, Stephen R. Carpenter, Gary P. Kofinas, Carl Folke, Nick Abel, Per Olsson, D. Mark Stafford Smith, Brian Walker, Oran R. Young, Fikret Berkes, Reinette Biggs, J. Morgan Grove, Rosamond L. Naylor, Evelyn Pinkerton, Will Steffen, Frederick J. Swanson. 2010. Ecosystem Stewardship: Sustainability Strategies for a Rapidly Changing Planet. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 25(4): 241-249.

Pinkerton, E. and Edwards, D. 2010. Ignoring market failure in quota leasing? Marine Policy 34(5): 1110-1114.

Tutsch, M., W. Haider, B. Beardmore, K.P. Lertzman, A. Cooper, and R. Walker. 2010. Estimating the Consequences of Wildfire for Wildfire Risk Assessment, a case study in the southern Gulf Islands, British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 40:2104-2114.

Tutsch, M., W. Haider, B. Beardmore, K. Lertzman, A.B. Cooper, and R. Walker. In press. Estimating the consequences of wildfire for wildfire risk assessment. In press at Canadian Journal of Forest Research.

Semeniuk, C.A.D., W. Haider, A. Cooper, and K.D. Rothley. 2010. A linked model of animal ecology and human behavior for the management of wildlife tourism. Ecological Modelling 221:2699-2713.

Shale Gas and Climate Targets: Can They Be Reconciled? Mark Jaccard & Brad Griffin - 2010

Joseph, C., and A. Krishnaswamy. 2010. Factors of resiliency for forest communities in transition in British Columbia. BC Journal of Ecosystems and Management 10(3): 127-144.

Jones, R., Rigg, C. and Lee, L. (2010) Haida Marine Planning: First Nations as a Partner in Marine Conservation. Ecology and Society. 15(1): 12pp.

Ban, N., Royle, K., Short, C., Davis, N., Bodtker, K., Bryan, T., Cripps, K., Day, A., Haggarty, D., Lee, L., Manson, M., Nicholson, D., Rasmussen, G. and Ladell, K.W. (2010) Identifying Priority Areas for Marine Conservation in BC: A Collaborative Approach. In Bondrup-Nielsen, S., Beazley, K., Bissix, G., Colville, D., Flemming, S., Herman, T., McPherson, M., Mockford, S. and OGrady, S. (Eds). Ecosystem Based Management: Beyond Boundaries. Proceedings of the 6th International Conference of Science and the Management of Protected Areas, 2126 May 2007, Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia. Science And Management of Protected Areas Association: 251-262.

Ruggerone, G.T., R.M. Peterman, B. Dorner, and K.W. Myers. 2010. Magnitude and trends in abundance of hatchery and wild pink, chum, and sockeye salmon in the North Pacific Ocean. In press in Marine and Coastal Fisheries: Dynamics Management and Ecosystem Science. (Accepted 30 June 2010).

Ruggerone, G.T., R.M. Peterman, B. Dorner, K.W. Myers and N.J. Mantua. 2010. Abundance of Adult Hatchery and Wild Salmon by Region of the North Pacific. School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle WA. A report to the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation. July 2010. 24 pp.

Joseph, C. 2010. The Tar Sands of Alberta: Exploring the Gigaproject Concept. Proceedings of the Prairie Summit geography conference, June 1-5, 2010, Regina, SK.

Silver, J.J. 2010. Aquaculture. In Encyclopedia of Geography, ed. B. Warf: Sage Publications.

Conrad, S., Jentgen, L. Energy Water Quality Management Systems: Background and Applications, proceedings of the American Water Works Association Sustainable Water Specialty Conference, Albuquerque, NM, April 2010

Conrad, S., Hall, M., Geisenhoff, J. A Decision Support System for Sustainable Energy Management, proceedings of the American Water Works Association Sustainable Water Specialty Conference, Albuquerque, NM, April 2010

Chopin, T., Troell, M., Reid, G., Knowler, D., Robinson, S., Neori, A., Buschmann, A., Pang, S. (2010) Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture Part I. Responsible Practice Provides Diversified Products, Biomitigation Part I. Global Aquaculture Advocate Sept/Oct: 38-39.

Chopin, T., Troell, M., Reid, G., Knowler, D., Robinson, S., Neori, A., Buschmann, A., Pang, S. (2010) Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture Part II. Increasing IMTA Adoption. Global Aquaculture Advocate Nov/Dec: 17-20.

Chopin, T., Troell, M., Reid, G., Knowler, D., Robinson, S., Buschmann, A., Pang, S., Fang, J. (2010) Chapter 9 - Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture. Proceedings of the OECD Workshop “Advancing the Aquaculture Agenda: Policies to Ensure a Sustainable Aquaculture Sector”, OECD Conference Centre, Paris, 15-16 April 2010. pp195-217.

Welch, J.R., and Robert C. Brauchli (2010) “Subject to the Right of the Secretary of the Interior”: The White Mountain Apache Reclamation of the Fort Apache and Theodore Roosevelt School Historic District, Wicazo Sa Review 25(1):47-73

Salomon, A.K., S.K. Gaichas, N.T. Shears, J.E. Smith, E.M.P. Madin, S.D. Gaines. 2010. Key Features and Context-Dependence of Fishery-Induced Trophic Cascades. Conservation Biology 24: 382-394.

Brinkhurst, Marena. 2010. In the Shadow of the Anticommons: The Paradox of Overlapping Exclusion Rights and Open-Access Resource Degradation in India’s Wastelands. Journal of Economic Issues 44(March 2010).

Baskett, M.L., A.K. Salomon. 2010. Recruitment facilitation can drive alternative states on temperate reefs. Ecology 9: 1763-1773.

Nicholas, George, Catherine Bell, Rosemary Coombe, John R. Welch, Brian Noble, Jane Anderson, Kelly Bannister, and Joe Watkins (2010) Intellectual Property Issues in Heritage Management, Part 2: Legal Dimensions, Ethical Considerations, and Collaborative Research Practices, Heritage Management 3(1):117-147.
A consideration of key aspects of an ongoing, SFU-based multidisciplinary collaborative research initiative (MCRI).

Joseph, C., and T.I. Gunton. 2010. Net economic and environmental benefits of an oil sands mine. Proceedings of the 29th USAEE/IAEE North American Conference in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, October 14-16, 2010.

Ponsford, I., and P.W. Williams (2010). “Crafting a social license to operate: A case study of Vancouver 2010’s Cypress Olympic venue“, .Event Management, 14(1), 17-36.

Conrad, S. (2010) Energy and Greenhouse Gas Management Options in the Water Utility Sectorin Welch, C. “The Green Utility: A Practical Guide to Sustainability”, AWWA Publishing, Denver, CO.

Duinker, P.N., Wiersma, Y.F., Haider, W., Hvenegaard, G.T., Schmiegelow, F. (2010). Dialogues about protected areas and sustainable forest management: What are we REALLY talking about? Forestry Chronicle 86(2):173-177.

Arnberger, A., Haider, W., Eder, R., Muhar, A. (2010) Modelling visitor groups intentions to displace from an urban trail: a combined stated preference and video monitoring approach. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 53 (6):809-825.

Hunt, L., Gonder, D., and Haider, W. (2010) Hearing voices from the silent majority: A comparison of preferred fish stocking outcomes for Lake Huron by anglers from representative and convenience samples. Human Dimensions of Wildlife Management 15(1):27-44.

Brouwer, R., Haider, W., Gunaratne, L. and Beardmore, B. (2010) A choice experiment of human-elephant conflict in Sri Lanka. In: Bennett, R. and Rolfe, W. (eds.) Choice Modelling in the Third World. Edwin Elgar Publishing Ltd: Northampton MA. (Chapter 2, pp 17-32.

Philcox, N., Knowler, D.J., and Haider, W. (2010) Eliciting stakeholder preferences: An application of qualitative and quantitative methods to shrimp aquaculture in the Indian Sundarbans.Ocean & Coastal Management 53:123-134.

Ellis, M., T. Gunton, and M. Rutherford. 2010. A methodology for evaluating environmental planning systems: A case study of Canada. Journal of Environmental Management 91:1268-1277.

Peterman, R.M., P.B. Adams, B. Dorner, D. Drake, H.J. Geiger, K.R. Holt, C. Jordan, D.P. Larsen, S. Leider, R. Lincoln, A.R. Olsen, C. Parken, J. Rodgers, S. Walbridge. 2010. The Salmon Monitoring Advisor: A web site to help users to design and implement salmon monitoring programs. Located at www.salmonmonitoringadvisor.org. Developed through a grant from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, Palo Alto, California, which was administered through the United States National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS) in Santa Barbara, California. Released 3 September 2010.

Peterman R.M., D. Marmorek, B. Beckman, M. Bradford, N. Mantua, B.E. Riddell, M. Scheuerell, M. Staley, K. Wieckowski, J.R. Winton, C.C. Wood. 2010. Synthesis of evidence from a workshop on the decline of Fraser River sockeye. June 15-17, 2010. A Report to the Pacific Salmon Commission, Vancouver, B.C., 123 pp. + 35 pp. of appendices. 31 August 2010. Available from www.psc.org.

Ruggerone, G.T., R.M. Peterman, B. Dorner, K.W. Myers and N.J. Mantua. 2010. Abundance of Adult Hatchery and Wild Salmon by Region of the North Pacific. School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle WA. A report to the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation. July 2010. 24 pp. (https://digital.lib.washington.edu/researchworks/handle/1773/3783)

Peterman, R.M. 2010. The quality of pre-season forecasts of abundance of adult sockeye salmon. Pages 55 61. In: Gallaugher, P. and L. Wood (eds.). Speaking for the Salmon. Proceedings of the Summit on Fraser River sockeye salmon: understanding stock declines and prospects for the future. Published by Continuing Studies in Science, Simon Fraser University.