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Alexander, Don and Bronwyn Wydeman. [accepted for publication]. (2020). The Intersection and Divergence of New Urbanism and Environmental Psychology: An Exploration. Frontiers in Built Environment, 6:61.

McCunn, Lindsay, Alex Bjornson, and Don Alexander. (2020). Teaching Sustainability Across Curricula:Understanding Faculty Perspectives at Vancouver Island University. Curriculum (in press).

Alexander, Don. (2019). Remembering the work of our elders: Ray Spaxman. Planning West 61, no. 3 (Summer): 26-27.

Alexander, Don. Sullivan Street Serenade. The Old Veranda Swing (2018/2019): 79-80.

Alexander, Don. (2019). Remembering the legacy of Shirley Chan: Saving Vancouver's Chinatown neighbourhood. Planning West 60, no. 1 (Winter): 12-14.

Alexander, T., Paes Ferraeira, M.I., and Alexander, D. (2017). Sustainable development in Canadian context: A critical review. English edition of Boletim do Observatório Ambiental Alberto Ribeiro Lamego, 10(1), 7-22. DOI: 10.19180/2177-4560.v10n12016p7-22

Alexander, D. (2016). Urban environmental degradation: Causes and solutions. In Environmental degradation: Types, causes, and impacts, (p1-20); A. Marsh (Ed.), Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science.

Alexander, D. and Stephens, C. (2016 Summer). PIBC annual conference session highlights – Planning and ecology: A good marriage? Planning West 58(3)

Alexander, D. (2016). At Main and Hastings, a radical rebuff takes shape: How Bob Williams helped make a derelict cop shop a litmus test for clashing values in Vancouver. The Tyee 5/31.

Bowes, M., Keller, P., Rollins, R. & Gifford, R. (2017). The effect of ambivalence on on-leash dog walking compliance behavior in parks and protected areas. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration 35(3): 81-93.

Bowes, M., Keller, P., Gifford, R., & Rollins, R.  (2015).  Parks, dogs and beaches: Human-wildlife conflict and the politics of place. In Carr, N. (ed), Domesticated Animals & Leisure. Sydney: Palgrave.

Bowes, M.,  Keller, P., Gifford, R., & Rollins, R. (2015). Shorebirds, wolves, dogs & beaches: Human-wildlife conflict in Pacific Rim National Park Reserve – Research Brief. Canadian Association of Geographers.

Oliver, A. A., Tank, S. E., Giesbrecht, I., Korver, M. C., Floyd, W. C., Sanborn, P., Bulmer, C., and Lertzman, K. P (2017). A global hotspot for dissolved organic carbon in hypermaritime watersheds of coastal British Columbia, Biogeosciences, 14, 3743-3762, https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-14-3743-2017.

Trubilowicz, J.W., Floyd, W.C., D’Amore, D.V., Bidlack, A.L. (2016). Satellite monitored snow cover in Western North America: A comparison of water year 2015 to Media Conditions. Proceedings 84th Annual Western Snow Conference “Snow Drought and Hydrological Impacts. Seattle, Washington, April 18-21, 2016.

Reid, D. A., Hassan, M. A., and Floyd, W.C. (2016). Reach-scale contributions of road-surface sediment to the Honna River, Haida Gwaii, BC. Hydrol. Process., 30: 3450–3465. doi: 10.1002/hyp.10874.

Gilchrist, A., 2016. 5.3 Aquifer Vulnerability: DRASTIC; in Russell, H.A.J., and Benoit, N., (compilers); Nanoose Bay - Deep Bay Area, Nanaimo Lowland Groundwater Study Atlas, Regional District of Nanaimo, British Columbia; Geological Survey of Canada, Open File 7877, 58-59, doi: 10.4095/298892. 

Maguire, B & Klinkenberg, B (2018). Visualization of place attachment. Applied Geography, 99, 77-88.

Kingzett, B., Tillapaugh, Cake, D., & Patterson, M. (2016). Shellfish Aquaculture Assessment for cultural/economic zones of North Vancouver Island Marine Plan. Prepared for Marine Planning Partnership. 25 pp + app.

Murray, G., Wolff, K., & Patterson, M. (2017). Why eat fish? Factors influencing seafood consumer choices in British Columbia, Canada. Ocean & Coastal Management, 144, 16-22.

Patterson, M., Filgueira, R., Tillapaugh, D., Grant, J., Thupaki, P., Kingzett, B., Cake, D. (2016). Carrying capacity assessment for shellfish aquaculture in Haida Gwaii (Skidegate Inlet). Prepared for Tides Canada.

Patterson, M., Lieberknecht, L., Hooper, T. & Ardron, J. (2016). Recommendations on applying Canada-BC Marine Protected Area Principles in Canada's Northern Shelf Bioregion (Principles 6 ,7, and 8). Report submitted by PacMARA to the BC Marine Protected Area Team.

Witter, A., Patterson M., & Murray, G. (2017). Improving local benefits from fisheries in the MaPP region: Exploring alternative seafood marketing as a potential implementation tool. Prepared for Tides Canada.

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