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Publications 2011:   

Thibert, J., and M.G. Badami. 2011. “Estimating and communicating food system impacts: A case study in Montreal, Quebec.” Ecological Economics. Vol. 70, Issue 10. pp. 1814-1821. 

Reynolds, C.C.O, M. Kandlikar, and M.G. Badami. 2011. “Determinants of PM and GHG emissions from natural gas-fueled autorickshaws in Delhi”. Transportation Research Part D – Transport and Environment. Vol. 16, No. 2. pp. 160-165. 


Shaw Chraibi, V.L. , E. M. Bennett, and I. Gregory-Eaves. 2011.Lake Memphrémagog: A Paleolimnological and Environmental Policy Case Study. Lake and Reservoir Management 27: 355-364. 


J. A. Foley, N. Ramankutty, K. A. Brauman, E. S. Cassidy, J.S.  Gerber, M. Johnston, N. D. Mueller, C. O’Connell, D. K. Ray, P. C. West , C. Balzer, E. M. Bennett, S. R. Carpenter, J. Hill, C. Monfreda, S. Polasky, J. Rockström, J. Sheehan, S. Siebert, D. Tilman, and David P.M. Zaks. 2011.Solutions for a cultivated planet. Nature. 


L. R. Pfeifer and E. M. Bennett. 2011. Environmental and social predictors of phosphorus in urban streams on the island of Montreal. Urban Ecosystems14 (3): 485. 


Carpenter, S. R. and E. M. Bennett. 2011. Reconsideration of the planetary boundary for phosphorus. Environmental Research Letters 6: 1, doi:10.1088/1748-9326/6/1/014009 


G. K. MacDonald, E. M. Bennett, N. Ramankutty, and P. Potter. 2011. Too much or not enough: Agronomic phosphorus balances across the world’s croplands. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (7): 3086-3091. 


Keatley, B.E., E. M. Bennett, G. K. MacDonald, Z. Taranu, and I. Gregory-Eaves. 2011. Is there evidence of a Great Acceleration in lake eutrophication? PLoS ONE 6(1): e15913. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0015913. 


Elser, J.J., and E. M. Bennett. 2011. A broken biogeochemical cycle. Nature 478: 29-31 Invited Commentary. 


Raudsepp-Hearne, C., G. D. Peterson, M. Tengo, and E. M. Bennett. 2011. The paradox persists: How to resolve it? BioScience 61(1): 11


Naughton, L., J. Alix-Garcia, and C.A. Chapman.  2011.  A decade of forest loss and economic growth around Kibale National Park, Uganda: Lessons for poverty reduction and biodiversity conservation.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 108:13919–13924.


Hanya, G., P. Stevenson, M. van Noordwijk, S.T. Wong, T. Kanamori, N. Kuze, S. Aiba, C.A. Chapman, and C. van Schaik.  2011.  Seasonality in fruit availability affects frugivorous primate biomass and species richness.  Ecography 34:1009-1017.
 
Rothman, J.M., D. Raubenheimer, and C.A. Chapman. 2011. Nutritional geometry: Gorillas prioritize energy in a forest with protein surpluses Biology Letters 7:847-849.
 
Hartter, J. S.J. Ryan, J. Southworth, and C.A. Chapman.  2011.  Landscapes as continuous entities: forest disturbance and recovery in the Albertine Rift landscape. Landscape Ecology 26:877-890.
 
MacKenzie, C., C.A. Chapman, and R. Sengupta.  2011.  Spatial patterns of illegal resource extraction in Kibale National Park, Uganda.  Environmental Conservation 39:8-50.
 
O’Farrill, G.X., C.A. Chapman and A. Gonzalez. 2011. Origin and deposition sites influence seed germination and seedling survival of Manilkara zapota: implications for long-distance animal mediated seed dispersal.  Seed Science Research 21:305-313.
 
Omeja, P.A. J.S. Lwanga, J. Obua, C.A. Chapman. 2011.  Fire control as a simple means of promoting tropical forest restoration.  Tropical Conservation Science 4:287-299.
 
Stampone, M., J. Hartter, C.A. Chapman, S.J. Ryan.  2011.  Trends and variability in localized precipitation around Kibale National Park, Western Uganda, Africa.  Research Journal of Environmental and Earth Sciences 3:14-23.
 
Chapman, C.A.  2011.  Professor Toshisada Nishida: An inspiration for academic research and conservation. Primates 52:397-398.
 
Bonnell, T.R., R. Reyna-Hurtado, and C.A. Chapman. 2011.  Post-logging recovery time is longer than expected in an East African tropical forest.  Forest Ecology and Management 261:855-864.
 
Omeja, P.A., C.A. Chapman, J. Obua, J.S. Lwanga, A.L. Jacob, F. Wanyama, and R. Mugenyi. 2011 Intensive tree planting facilitates tropical forest biodiversity and biomass accumulation.  Forest Ecology and Management 261:703-709.
 
Struhsaker, T.T., C.A. Chapman, and T.R. Pope.  2011. Healthy baboon with no upper jaw or nose: an extreme case of adaptability in the Kibale National Park, Uganda. Primates 52:15-18.
 
Fabry, F. (Park, S., and F. Fabry)  Estimation of near-ground propagation conditions using radar ground echo. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, v. 28, 2011, 165–180.
 
Fabry, F. (Fabry, F. and Kilambi, A.)  The Devil is in the details: Preparing radar information for its proper assimilation. Preprints, 35th Conf. on Radar Meteorology, Pittsburgh, PA, 26-30 September 2011, Amer. Meteor. Soc., paper 19A.6.
 
Hirose, I. “The Americans with Disabilities Act and health care allocation,” Problema, 4 (2011).
 
Hirose, I. “Prioritarianism and Egalitarianism," Brooks, T. (ed.) New Waves in Ethics. Palgrave Macmillan (2011).
 
Aukema, J.E., Leung, B., Kovacs, K., *Chivers, C., Britton, K.O., Englin, J., Frankel, S.J., Haight, R.G., Holmes, T.P., Liebhold, A., McCullough, D.G., Von Holle, B. 2011. Economic Impacts of Non-Native Forest Insects in the United States. PLoS One 6(9): e24587. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0024587
 
*Gertzen, E., Leung, B., Yan, N.D. 2011. Propagule pressure, Allee effects and the probability of establishment of an invasive species (Bythotrephes longimanus). Ecosphere 2: art 30.
 
*Gertzen, E., Leung, B. 2011. Predicting the spread of invasive species in an uncertain world: accommodating multiple vectors, and gaps in temporal and spatial data.  Biological Invasions. (DOI) 10.1007/s10530-011-0082-z
 
Bailey, S.A., M. Deneau, L. Jean, C. Wiley, B. Leung, & H.J. MacIsaac. 2011. Has management reduced the risk of ballast-mediated species introductions to the Great Lakes? Environmental Science and Technology 45: 2554-2561.
 
*Delaney, D.G., Griffen, B., Leung, B. 2011. Size-mediated injury as an important but unexplored predictor of the impacts of invasive species. Biological Invasions DOI 10.1007/s10530-011-9975-0.
 
Yan, N.D, Leung, B., Lewis, M.A., Peacor, S.D. 2011. The spread, establishment and impacts of the spiny water flea, Bythotrephes longimanus, in temperate North America: a synopsis of the special issue. DOI 10.1007/s10530-011-0069-9
 
Sylvester, F., Kalaci, O., Leung, B., Roussel, A., Murray, C.C, Choi, F.M., Bravo, M.A., Therriault, T.W., MacIsaac, H.J. 2011. Invasion vectors: can simple models explain a complex problem? Journal of Applied Ecology 48:415-423.
 
*Kulhanek, S.A., Leung, B, Ricciardi, A. 2011. Using ecological niche-based modeling techniques to predict the establishment, abundance and relative impacts of introduced species: application to the common carp (Cyprinus carpio). Ecological Applications 21:203-213.
 
*Kulhanek, S.A., Ricciardi, A., Leung, B. 2011. Is invasion history a useful tool for predicting the impacts of the world's worst aquatic invasive species? Ecological Applications 21:189-202.
 
Capinha, C., Leung, B., Anastacio, P. 2011. Predicting worldwide invasiveness for four major problematic decapods: an evaluation of using different calibration sets. Ecography 34: 448-459. doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0587.2010.06369.x
 
*Delaney, D.G., *Edwards, P., Leung, B. 2011. Predicting regional spread of invasive species using oceanographic models – validation and identification of gaps. Marine Biology: DOI 10.1007/s00227-011-1805-5
 
Mikkelson, G. M. 2011, Invited. Equality: Economic and ecological. Canadian Dimension 45(2):35-38.
 
Mikkelson, G. M. 2011. Diversity and the good. In: Brown, B., K. de Laplante, K. Peacock, D. M.
Gabbay, P. Thagard, and J. Woods, editors. Handbook of the Philosophy of Science. Volume 11:
Ecology. Elsevier. Toronto, ON. Pp. 399-415.
 
Mikkelson, G. M. 2011. Weighing species. Environmental Ethics 33:185-196.
 
Mikkelson, G. M., B. J. McGill, B. Beaulieu, and P. L. Beukema. 2011. Multiple links between
species diversity and temporal stability in bird communities across North America. Evolutionary
Ecology Research 13:361-372.
 
Mikkelson, G. M. 2011. Unsimple truths. Philosophy of Science 78:524-527.
 
Parker, P and B Thapa (2011) Distribution of benefits based on household participation roles in decentralized conservation within Kanchenjunga Conservation Area Project, Nepal. Environment, Development and Sustainability 13(5): 879-899.
 
Coomes, O.T., Y. Takasaki, J.M. Rhemtulla. 2011. Land-use poverty traps identified in shifting cultivation systems shape long-term tropical forest cover. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108(34):13925-13930.
 
Trumpickas, J., Mandrak, N.E., and Ricciardi, A. Nearshore fish assemblages associated with introduced predatory fishes in lakes.  Aquatic Conservation, v. 21, 2011, pp. 338–347.
 
Ricciardi, A., Palmer, ME., and Yan, N.D. Should biological invasions be managed as natural disasters? BioScience, v. 61, pp.  312–317.
 
Kestrup, Å., Thomas, S.H., van Rensburg, K., Ricciardi, A., and Duffy, M. Differential infection of exotic and native freshwater amphipods by a parasitic water mold in the St. Lawrence River.  Biological Invasions, v. 13, 2011, 769–779.
 
Kestrup, Å., Dick, J.T.A., and Ricciardi, A. Interactions between invasive and native crustaceans: differential functional responses of intraguild predators towards juvenile hetero-specifics.  Biological Invasions, v. 13, 2011, pp. 731–737.
 
Kulhanek, S.A., Leung, B., and Ricciardi, A. Using ecological niche-based modeling techniques to predict the establishment, abundance and relative impacts of introduced species: application to the common carp (Cyprinus carpio). Ecological Applications, v. 21, pp. 203–213.
 
Kulhanek, S.A., Ricciardi, A., and Leung, B. Is invasion history a useful tool for predicting the impacts of the world's worst aquatic invasive species? Ecological Applications, v. 21, pp. 189–202.
 
Hongoh V, Berrang Ford L, Scott ME, Lindsay LR.  2011.  Expanding geographical distribution of the mosquito, Culex pipiens, in Canada under climate change. Applied Geography 33, 53-62.
 
Scatliff CE, Koski KG, Scott ME.  2011.  Diarrhea and novel dietary factors emerge as predictors of serum B12 in Panamanian children.  Food and Nutrition Bulletin 32, 54-9. 
 
Loaiza J, Bermingham E, Sanjur OI, Scott ME, Bickersmith S, Conn JE. 2012.  Studies of genetic diversity in malaria vectors (Culicidae: Anophelinae).  Journal of Infection, Genetics and Evolution 12, 1-12 (Epub Aug 2011).
 
Peter A. Johnson and Renee E. Sieber. 2011. Motivations driving government adoption of the Geoweb GeoJournal. Online First™, 11 May 2011
 
Johnson, P. and R. E. Sieber. 2011. An Agent-Based Approach to Providing Tourism Planning Support. Environment and Planning B 38(3) 486 – 504
 
Johnson, P. and R. E. Sieber. 2011. Negotiating constraints to the adoption of agent-based modeling in planning. Environment and Planning B 38(2) 307 – 321
 
Johnson, P. A., Sieber, R.E., Ariwi, J., & Magnien, N., 2011. Mining the Web: User-generated content as a data source for tourism research. Current Issues in Tourism 14.
 
Sieber, R. E., C. C. Wellen, and Y. Jin. 2011. Spatial Cyberinfrastructures, Ontologies and the Humanities. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108(14): 5504-5509
 
Sieber, R. E., C. C. Wellen. 2011. Reply to Shi: Geometry is not the sole source of spatial relations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108(33): 460
 
Budhathoki, Nama and R E. Sieber. 2011. REFEREED Conference Proceedings. What Motivates Governments to Adopt the Geospatial Web 2.0? Proceedings of Spatial Knowledge and Information - Canada (SKI-Canada) 2011, March 3-6 in Fernie BC, Canada.Vol. 1
 
da Silva, Korbin, Renee Sieber, Raphaël Fischler. 2011. REFEREED Conference Proceedings.Unfolding Participatory Urban Design, Capturing Spatial Feelings and Emotions in Digital Space. Proceedings of Spatial Knowledge and Information - Canada (SKI-Canada) 2011, March 3-6 in Fernie BC, Canada. Vol. 1
 
Beaudreau, Pierre, Peter A. Johnson, and Renee Sieber. 2011. REFEREED Conference Proceedings. Creating and Testing a Portable Template for Municipal-Level Adoption of the Geospatial Web 2.0. Proceedings of Spatial Knowledge and Information - Canada (SKI-Canada) 2011, March 3-6 in Fernie BC, Canada. Vol. 1
 
Brandusescu, Ana, Renee Sieber, Nadine Schuurman. 2011. REFEREED Conference Proceedings.The use of geovisualization to public health in the context of open source applications and digital earths: an effective representation? Proceedings of Spatial Knowledge and Information - Canada (SKI-Canada) 2011, March 3-6 in Fernie BC, Canada. Vol. 2
 
Zhou, Jian, Renee Sieber, Mark Chandler, Linda Soh. 2011. REFEREED Conference Proceedings. Using the Geospatial Web 2.0 to Improve Climate Model Accessibility. Proceedings of Spatial Knowledge and Information - Canada (SKI-Canada) 2011, March 3-6 in Fernie BC, Canada. Vol. 2
 
Li, Jimmy and Sieber, R. E. 2011. Ontology based Graphical User Interface (GUI). Sourceforge. http://sourceforge.net/projects/ichdgui/
 
Other Publications:  (Books and Chapters) 
 
Brown, Peter G., “Environmental Policy and the Anthropocene,” in Globalisation and     
 Ecological  Integrity in Science and International Law” Colin Soskolne and Laura Westra (eds.)  (Cambridge Scholars Press, 2011)
 
Brown, Peter G. and Adams, Peter H.,“Did Marxism Fail, Is Capitalism Next?” 
In From Totalitarianism to Democracy: Twisted and Unfinished Road, Stanislaw Latek, et. al, eds. The Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences in Canada.  Montreal, Quebec, 2011.
 
Carlton, JT, Ruiz, GM, Byers, JE, Congelosi, A, Dobbs, FC, Grosholz, ED, Leung, B, MacIsaac, HJ, Wonham, MJ, Ehlers, LJ, Guzman, ED. 2011. Assessing the relationship between propagule pressure and invasion risk in ballast water. National Research Council of the National Academies. Washington DC.
 
Ricciardi, A. (Ricciardi, A., Jones, L., Kestrup, Å., and Ward, J.) Expanding the propagule pressure concept to understand the impact of biological invasions. In D.M. Richardson (editor). Fifty Years of Invasion Ecology: The Legacy of Charles Elton. Wiley-Blackwell, 2011, pp. 225-235.
 
Ricciardi, A., and MacIsaac, H.J. Impacts of biological invasions on freshwater ecosystems. In D.M. Richardson (editor). Fifty Years of Invasion Ecology: The Legacy of Charles Elton. Wiley-Blackwell, 2011, pp. 211-224.
 
MacIsaac, H.J., Tedla, R.A., and Ricciardi, A. 2011. Patterns and rate of growth of studies in invasion ecology. In D.M. Richardson (editor). Fifty Years of Invasion Ecology: The Legacy of Charles Elton. Wiley-Blackwell, 2011, pp.51-60.
 
Ricciardi A., Crustaceans. In D. Simberloff and M. Rejmanek (editors). Encyclopedia of Biological Invasions. University of California Press, 2011, pp. 135-137.
 
Letters: Ricciardi, A. (Simberloff, D. et al.) 2011. Non-natives: 141 scientists object. Nature 475: 36.
 
Ricciardi, A.  The Zebra Mussel in Europe. (Book Review) Biological Invasions v.13, 2011,pp. 2161–2162.
 
Vaccaro, I. and Beltran, O. 2011. Turning nature into collective heritage: the social framework of the process of patrimonialization of nature. In Roige, X. and Frigole, J. The patrimonialization of cultura and nature. Universitat Barcelona Press, Barcelona 49-60.
 
Beltran, O. and Vaccaro, I. 2011. From scenic beauty to biodiversity: the patrimonialization of nature in the Pallars Sobirà, (Catalan Pyrenees). In Roige, X. and Frigole, J. The patrimonialization of culture and nature. Universitat de Barcelona Press, Barcelona 77-89.
 
Zanotti, L. and Vaccaro, I. 2011. Revisiting the Kula: understanding the politics of economic networks. In Rice, P. and McCurdy, D. (eds.). Strategies in Teaching Anthropology, 6E. Pearson Higher Education. On-line, 204 p.