- Peer-Reviewed Publications (published only)
Alesandros, G., S. Marquis, C. Major, P. Quershie, L. Ashton, A. G. Green, K. B. KC, L. Newmann, R. Newell, R. Y. Yada, and E. D. G. Fraser. 2021. Horizon scanning and review of the impact of five food and food production models for the global food system in 2050. Trends in Food Science & Technology 119:550-564.
Green, A., E. Duncan, A. Glaros, A. R. Abdulai, E. Nost, K. B. KC, L. Newman, R. Newell, and E. D. G. Fraser. 2021. The digital agricultural revolution and ecosystem services: a critical evaluation of how emerging technologies may feed the future and enhance ecosystem services. FACETS 6(1):1955-1985.
Bennett E.M., J. Baird, H. Baulch, R. Chaplin-Kramer, E. Fraser, P. Loring, P. Morrison, L. Parrott, K. Sherren, K. J. Winkler, J. Cimon-Morin, M.-J. Fortin, B. L. Kurylyk, J. Lundholm, M. Poulin, J. T. Rieb, A. Gonzalez, G. M. Hickey, M.
Humphries, K. B. KC, D. Lapen. 2021. Ecosystem services and the resilience of agricultural landscapes. Advances in Ecological Research. 64:1-43
KC, K. B., A. G. Green, D. Wassmansdorf, V. Gandhi, K. Nadeem, and E. D. G. Fraser. 2021. Opportunities and trade-offs for expanding agriculture in Canada’s North: an ecosystem service perspective. FACETS 6(1):1728-1752.
KC, K.B., D. Montocchio, A. Berg, E. D. G. Fraser, B. Daneshfar, C. Champagne. 2020. How climatic and sociotechnical factors influence crop production: a case study of canola production. SN Applied Sciences (2020) 2:2063. https://doi.org/10.1007/s42452-020- 03824-6
KC, K.B., V. Elliott, E. Fraser, R.Seng, R. Pomeroy, J. Schenkels. 2020. Evaluating Community Fishery Management using fishers’ perceptions in the Tonle Sap Lake of Cambodia. Environmental Development 33 (2020) 100503. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envdev.2020.100503
Hannah, L., P. R. Roehrdanz, K. B. KC, E. D. G. Fraser, C. I. Donatti, L. Saenz, T. M. Wright, R. J. Hijmans, M. Mulligan, A. Berg, A. van Soesbergen. 2020. The Environmental Consequences of Climate-Driven Agricultural Frontiers. PLoS ONE. 15(7): e0236028
- Posters and Presentations
Bysouth, D., Turetsky, M., Spring, A. (2020, December 4-17). Agriculture in the Boreal Forest: Understanding the Impact of Land Use Change on Soil Carbon for Developing Sustainable Community Food Systems (Virtual, Oral Presentation). AGU Fall Meeting.
Snider, E., Spring, A., Bysouth, D., Radcliffe, J., Lemay, M.A. (2020, December 7-11). Cultivation and Contemplation: Opportunities and Challenges to Growing Food in the NWT (Virtual, Oral Presentation). Arcticnet: Arctic Change.
Bysouth, D., Turetsky, M., Spring, A. (2020, November 18). Agriculture in the Boreal Forest: Understanding the Impact of Land Use Change on Soil Carbon for Developing Sustainable Community Food Systems (Virtual, Oral Presentation). FLEdGE Student Symposium.
Dieleman, C.M., Day, N., Baltzer, J., Turetsky, M.R. (2020, Dec). Carbon and nitrogen co-cycling dynamics following discontinuous permafrost thaw in Northwest Territories (Virtual Format). American Geological Society Meeting, Canada.
- Other Research Contributions
Lemay, M. A., A. Spring, J. Radcliffe, and D. Bysouth. 2021. Northern Agri-Food Systems in Transition: Identifying barriers, opportunities and drivers to building a resilient agri-food system in Canada's Northwest Territories. Frontiers in Sustainable and Climate-Smart Agriculture in the Boreal and Arctic Regions. Frontiers [online] URL: https://doi.org/10.3389/fsufs.2021.661538
Dieleman, C. M., N. J. Day, J. E. Holloway, J. Baltzer, T. A. Douglas, and M. R. Turetsky. 2020. Carbon and nitrogen cycling dynamics following permafrost thaw in the Northwest Territories, Canada. Science of the Total Environment
- Other Outputs and Events
Chung, E. 2020. Canada could be a huge climate change winner when it comes to Farmland | CBC News. CBC Radio Canada. https://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/climate-change-farming-1.5461275. 13th February 2020
2020, February 12. Climate Change May Open Frontier for Farming, Research Suggests. CBC/Radio Canada. [URL]: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/kitchener-waterloo/climate-change-farming-university-of-guelph-study-1.5461441
University of Guelph. 2020, February 12. Climate Change to Create Farmland in the North, but at Environmental Costs, Study Reveals. EurekAlert!, [URL]: https://eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2020-02/uog-cct021120.php
University of Guelph. 2020, February 12. Climate Change to Create Farmland in the North, but at Environmental Costs, Study Reveals. Phys.org. [URL]: https://phys.org/news/2020-02-climate-driven-farming-frontiers-pose-major.html
University of Guelph. 2020, February 12. Climate Change to Increase Global Farmland, but at Environmental Costs, Study Reveals. University of Guelph News. [URL]: https://news.uoguelph.ca/2020/02/climate-change-creates-global-farmland-expansion-but-at-environmental-costs-u-of-g-study-reveals/
Greenaway, T. 2020, February 12. Climate Change Will Expand Agriculture's Reach, Solving Some Problems and Creating New Ones. Civil Eats. [URL]: https://civileats.com/2020/02/12/climate-change-will-expand-agricultures-reach-solving-some-problems-and-creating-new-ones/
Reyers, M. 2020, February 12. Climate-Driven Farming ‘Frontiers’ Pose Real Environmental Risks. Courthousenews.com. [URL]: https://www.courthousenews.com/climate-driven-farming-frontiers-pose-real-environmental-risks/
Criado, Miguel Ángel. 2020, February 12. El Cambio Climático Fertilizará Millones De Hectáreas En Las Zonas Más Frías Del Planeta. El País. [URL]: https://elpais.com/elpais/2020/02/12/ciencia/1581500453_310371.html
Peters, A. 2020, February 12. Warming Is Going to Push Farming North, Releasing Huge Swaths of Carbon Stored in the Soil. Fast Company. [URL]: https://www.fastcompany.com/90462007/warming-is-going-to-push-farming-north-releasing-huge-swaths-of-carbon-stored-in-that-soil
2020, February 12. Climate-Driven Farming 'Frontiers' Pose Major Environmental Risks. SCIENMAG. [URL]: https://scienmag.com/climate-driven-farming-frontiers-pose-major-environmental-risks/
Weber, Bob. 2020, February 12. Climate Change Could Open New Land for Farming in Canada - but Comes at a Price. Global News, The Canadian Press. [URL]: https://globalnews.ca/news/6543007/climate-change-new-land-farming-carbon/
University of Guelph. 2020, February 13. Climate Change to Increase Global Farmland, But at Environmental Costs, Study Reveals. Environmental News Network. [URL]: https://www.enn.com/articles/62160-climate-change-to-increase-global-farmland-but-at-environmental-costs-study-reveals
Win, T. L. 2020, February 15. Climate Change Opens up 'Frontier' Farmland, but at What Cost to the Planet? National Post. [URL]: https://nationalpost.com/pmn/environment-pmn/climate-change-opens-up-frontier-farmland-but-at-what-cost-to-the-planet
Win, T. L. 2020, February 15. Africa: Climate Change Opens up ‘Frontier’ Farmland, but At What Cost to the planet? AllAfrica. [URL]: https://allafrica.com/stories/202002150229.html
Win, T. L. 2020, February 15. Climate Change Opens up 'Frontier' Farmland, but at What Cost? Thomson Reuters Foundation News. [URL]: https://news.trust.org/item/20200215072446-pl7ap/
2020, February 15. Climate Change Opens up 'Frontier' Farmland, but at What Cost to the Planet?. The Himalayan Times. [URL]: https://thehimalayantimes.com/lifestyle/climate-change-opens-up-frontier-farmland-but-at-what-cost-to-the-planet
2020, February 16. Climate Change Opens up 'Frontier' Farmland, but at What Cost to the Planet? The Straits Times. [URL]: https://www.straitstimes.com/world/climate-change-opens-up-frontier-farmland-but-at-what-cost-to-the-planet
Win, T. L. 2020, February 17. Climate Change to Open up 'Frontier' Farmland, but Experts Urge Caution. The Japan Times, [URL]: https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2020/02/17/world/climate-change-frontier-farmland/#.Xkw6OyhKg2x
Gustin, G. 2020, December 7. Billions of Acres of Cropland Lie within a New Frontier. So Do 100 Years of Carbon Emissions. Inside Climate News. [URL]: https://insideclimatenews.org/news/12022020/agricultural-frontiers-russia-canada-climate-warming
Arsenault, C. 2017, September 24. In Canada, Climate Change Could Open New Farmland to the Plow. Reuters. [URL]https://www.reuters.com/article/us-heatwave-canada-farming/in-canada-climate-change-could-open-new-farmland-to-the-plow-idUSKCN1BZ075