Publications & Outputs

The Integration Imperative: Cumulative Environmental, Community and Health Effects of Multiple Natural Resource Developments.

Gillingham, M.P., Halseth G.R., Johnson C.J., Parkes, M.W. (Eds.), The Integration Imperative: Cumulative Environmental, Community and Health Effects of Multiple Natural Resource Developments (pp. 3-20). New York. NY: Springer International Publishing AG.

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Health Impacts of Resource Extraction & Development (HIRED): Knowledge Synthesis and policy insights.

Sandra Allison, Henry Harder, Margot Parkes, Jamie Reschny and the HIRED Project Team.  June 14, 2016. CPHA 2016. Toronto, ON.

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Lived Reality and Local Relevance: Complexity and Immediacy of Experienced Cumulative Long-Term Impacts

Mitchell-Foster, K., & Gislason, M. K. (2016). Vignette 6.7, in Chapter 6. Exploring Cumulative Effects and Impacts Through Examples. In M. P. Gillingham, G. R. Halseth, C. J. Johnson, & M. W. Parkes (Eds.), The Integration Imperative: Cumulative Environmental, Community and Health Impacts of Multiple Natural Resource Developments (pp. 117–152). Springer International Publishing AG.

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Pacific connections for health, ecosystems and society: New approaches to the land-water-health nexus

Parkes MW (2016). Reviews on Environmental Health, 31(1), 125-130. http:/doi.org/doi:10.1515/reveh-2015-0067

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Ecology and Ecosystems as Foundational for Health

Parkes, M.W. and Horwitz, P. (2016) in Frumkin H (ed) Environmental Health: From Global to Local (3rd edition). Jossey-Bass.

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Cumulative Determinants of Health Impacts in Rural, Remote, and Resource-Dependent Communities

Parkes, M.W. (2016). Chapter 5. in M.P. Gillingham, G.R. Halseth, C.J. Johnson, & M.W. Parkes (Eds.), The Integration Imperative: Cumulative Environmental, Community and Health Impacts of Multiple Natural Resrouce Developments (pp. 117-152). Springer International AG.

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The Integration Imperative: Cumulative Environmental, Community and Health Impacts of Multiple Natural Resource Developments.

Gillingham, M., Halseth, G., Johnson, C., Parkes, M. (eds).  (2015).  New York, NY:Springer International Publishing.

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Exploring Ecosystems and Health by Shifting to a Regional Focus: Perspectives from the Oceania EcoHealth Chapter.

Kingsley, J., Patrick, R., Horowitz, P., Parkes, M., Jenkins, A., Massy, C., Henderson-Wilson, C., & Arabena, K.(2015). International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 12, 12706-12722

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Challenges and opportunities of integrating human health into the Environmental Assessment process: the Canadian Experience.

Mahboubi, P., Parkes, M.W., & Chan, H.M. (2015). Journal of Environmental Assessment Policy and Management.  17. 4. 1550034. DOI: 10.1142/S1464333215500349

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Using Expert Informed GIS to locate important marine social-ecological hotspots.

Mahboubi, P., Parkes, M.W., & Chan, H.M. (2015).Journal of Environmental Management, 160, 342-352.

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EcoHealth2014 Call to Action on Climate Change

(2014). EcoHealth, 11(4), 456–458.

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Global Change and Public Health: Addressing the Ecological Determinants of Health. The Report in Brief.

Hancock T, Spady DS, & Soskolne CL (Editors); Allison S, Chircop A, Harper S, McKibbon G, Parkes M, Poland B (Contributing Authors) (2015). CPHA Working Group on the Ecological Determinants of Health. April 2015.

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Climate Change & Resource Development Scenarios for the Nechako Watershed: Workshop Report May 2015

Matthews, C., Picketts, I., Déry, S., Parkes, M., & Sharma, A. (2015). Prince George, BC: University of Northern British Columbia.

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Ecosystems, society and health: Pathways through diversity, convergence and integration

Hallström, L., Guehlstorf, N., and M.W. Parkes. 2015. Ecosystems, society and health: Pathways through diversity, convergence and integration. Montréal: McGill Queens University Press.


Hydroclimatic variables and acute gastro-intestinal illness in British Columbia, Canada: A time-series analysis

Galway, LP., Allen DM., Parkes MW., & Takaro, TK. (2014). Water Resources Research. doi: 10.1002/2014wr015519hydr.


Ecosystems, society and health: Pathways through diversity, convergence and integration

Hallström, L., Guehlstorf, N., and M.W. Parkes. 2015. Ecosystems, society and health: Pathways through diversity, convergence and integration. Montréal: McGill Queens University Press.


The need for heuristics in ecosystem approaches to health

Berbés-Blázquez, M., Feagan, M., Waltner-Toews, D., & Parkes, M. W. (2014). “The need for heuristics in ecosystem approaches to health.” EcoHealth 11, 290–291, 2014. DOI: 10.1007/s10393-014-0946-7

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Connections for health, ecosystems and society, leading to action and change

Saint-Charles, J., Surette, C., Parkes, MW., & Morrison, K.E. (2014). “Connections for health, ecosystems and society, leading to action and change.” EcoHealth 11, 279–280, 2014. doi: 10.1007/s10393-014-0945-8

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Watershed Management and Public Health: An Exploration of the Intersection of Two Fields as Reported in the Literature from 2000 to 2010

Bunch, M. J., Parkes, M., Zubrycki, K., Venema, H., Hallstrom, L., Neudorffer, C., Berbés-Blázquez, M., & Morrison, K. (2014). Watershed Management and Public Health: An Exploration of the Intersection of Two Fields as Reported in the Literature from 2000 to 2010. Environmental Management, 54(2), 240–254. doi:10.1007/s00267-014-0301-3

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Ecological Health: Society, Ecology and Health

Gislason, Maya  (2013) “Ecological Health: Society, Ecology and Health”. Vol. 15  Advances in Medical Sociology, Emerald.


Changing Landscapes, Changing Lives: Exploring climate change impacts in the Nechako Watershed, and implications to natural resource development

Picketts, I., Déry, S.J. and Parkes, M.W. (2014) Changing Landscapes, Changing Lives: Exploring climate change impacts in the Nechako Watershed, and implications to natural resource development. University of Northern BC and Fraser Basin Council. Prince George, BC.

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Family doctors in the field: Environmental stories from across the globe

Blaskhi G, Abelsohn A, Flegg KM, Parkes MW (2014) “Family doctors in the field: Environmental stories from across the globe”. World Organization of Family Doctors (WONCA). Available online at http://www.globalfamilydoctor.com/FDinthefield

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Digital Stories

Take a look at the Digital Stories on the  Health, Environment & Community: Digital Storytelling Project Page


 Northern Health Position on the Environment as Context for Health

Northern Health (2012). Northern Health Position on the Environment as Context for Health. Parkes MW, LeBourdais C, Beck L, Paterson J, Rose C. Zirul C, Yarmish K and Chapman RC (Contributing Authors). Collaboration between Northern Health and the University of Northern British Columbia. Prince George, BC.

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Ecosystem Approaches to Health Teaching Manual

McCullagh S., Hunter B., Houle K., Massey C., Waltner-Toews D., Lemire M., Saint-Charles J., Surette C., Webb J., Beck L., Parkes M., Woollard R., Berbés-Blázquez M., Feagan M., Halpenny C., Harper S., Oestreicher S., Morrison, K. (Eds.) (2012). Ecosystem Approaches to Health Teaching Manual. Canadian Community of Practice in Ecosystem Approaches to Health.

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The Environment as Context for Health: Towards as Integrated Settings Approach

Parkes M.W. (2012).The Environment as Context for Health: Towards as Integrated Settings Approach.Webinar presentation at BC Healthy Communities.

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Ecohealth & Aboriginal Health: A Review of Common Ground

Parkes M.W.(2011). Ecohealth & Aboriginal Health: A Review of Common Ground. Prince George, BC: National Collaborating Centre for Aboriginal Health.

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Recent publications are here, further information can be found on the About Us page under each individual team member’s profile.

Work related to Margot’s Canada Research Chair, 2009-Present, can be found on her UNBC Publications Page

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