Bullock, R., Kirchhoff, D. & Mauro, I. Aboriginal Capacity Building Achievements for Sustainable Natural Resource Development. Final Knowledge Synthesis Report for the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. Centre for Forest Interdisciplinary Research, The University of Winnipeg. Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. pp. 39.
Robson, J. P., Wheeler Wiens, M., Sinclair, A. J., Diduck, A. P., Smith, M. A., & Newton, T. Searching for common ground: an urban forest initiative in northwestern Ontario. In S. Teitelbaum (Ed.), Community Forestry in Canada: Lessons from Policy and Practice. 142-158. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.
Wheeler, M. J., Sinclair, A. J., Fitzpatrick, P., Diduck, A. P., & Davidson-Hunt, I. J. Place-based inquiry’s potential for encouraging public participation: stories from the Common Ground Land in Kenora, Ontario. Society & Natural Resources: An International Journal, 29(10), 1230-1245.
Zurba, M., Diduck, A. P., & Sinclair, A. J. First Nations and industry collaboration for forest governance in northwestern Ontario, Canada. Forest Policy and Economics, 69(August), 1-10. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.forpol.2016.04.003
Bullock, R., C. Keskitalo, T. Vuojala-Magga and E. Laszlo Ambjörnsson. Forestry Administrator Framings of Responses to Socio-Economic Disturbance: Examples from Northern Regions in Canada, Sweden and Finland. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy. In press.
Bullock, R. and J. Lawler. Community Forestry Research in Canada: A Bibliometric Perspective. Forest Policy and Economics 59: 47-55.
Diduck, A. P., Reed, M. G., & George, C. Participatory approaches to resource and environmental management. In B. Mitchell (Ed.), Resource and Environmental Management in Canada: Addressing Conflict and Uncertainty (5th ed.) 142-170. Toronto: Oxford University Press.
Griffith, J. M., Diduck, A. P., & Tardif, J. Manitoba’s forest policy regime: incremental change, concepts, actors and relationships. The Forestry Chronicle, 91(1), 71-83.
Robson, J. P., Sinclair, A. J., & Diduck, A. P. A study of institutional origins and change in a Canadian urban commons. International Journal of the Commons, 9(2), 698-719.
Bullock, R. and J. Lawler. Community Forests Canada: Bridging Practice, Research and Advocacy. A Symposium and Workshop Report. Centre for Forest Interdisciplinary Research & Department of Environmental Studies and Sciences, The University of Winnipeg: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, pp. 34.
Bullock, R. ‘Mill Town’ Identity Crisis: Reframing the Culture of Forest Resource Dependence in Single Industry Towns. In John Parkins and Maureen Reed (eds.), Social Transformation inRural Canada: New Insights into Community, Cultures and Collective Action, 269-290. UBC Press.
Bullock, R., G. Broad, L. Palmer and M.A. (Peggy) Smith. University and Rural Communities Joining Together to Assert Control Over Forests. May 2013, University Affairs.
Pollock, R., Reed, M., Gibson, R., Francis, G., Bullock, R., Jastremski, K., Zbyranyk, O. and C. George. Learning from Each Other: Canadian Biosphere Reserves and Model Forests Discussion Document. University of Waterloo and University of Saskatchewan, pp.28.
Robson, J. P., Sinclair, A. J., Davidson-Hunt, I. J., & Diduck, A. P. What’s in a name? The search for ‘common ground’ in Kenora, Northwestern Ontario. Journal of Public Deliberation, 9(2) Article 7.
Bullock, R., Armitage, D. and B. Mitchell. Shadow Networks, Social Learning, and Collaborating through Crisis: Building Resilient Forest-based Communities in Northern Ontario, Canada. In Bruce Goldstein (ed.), Collaborative Resilience: Moving through Crisis to Opportunity, 309-337. The MIT Press.
Bullock, R. and K. Hanna. Community Forestry: Local Values, Conflict and Forest Governance. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
de Gómez, W. and R. Bullock. Civil Society in Canada: A Case Study of Rural and Urban Planning Contexts. Social Science Journal 49(2): 202-209.
Diduck, A. P., Sinclair, A. J., Hostetler, G., & Fitzpatrick, P. Transformative learning theory, public involvement, and natural resource and environmental management. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 55(10), 1311-1330.
Kent, K., Sinclair, A. J., & Diduck, A. P. Stakeholder engagement in sustainable adventure tourism development in the Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve, India. International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology, 19(1), 89-100.
Teitelbaum, S. and R. Bullock. Are Community Forestry Principles At Work in Ontario’s County, Municipal, and Conservation Authority Forests? The Forestry Chronicle 88(6): 1-11.
Bullock, R. Reframing Forest-based Development as First Nation-Municipal Collaboration: Lessons from Lake Superior’s North Shore. Journal of Aboriginal Economic Development 7(2): 78-89.
Keskitalo, E. C. H., Klenk, N., Bullock, R., Smith. A. L. and D. R. Bazley. Preparing for and Responding to Disturbance: Examples from the Forest Sector in Sweden and Canada. Forests 2(2): 505-524.
Diduck, A. P. Incorporating participatory approaches and social learning. In B. Mitchell (Ed.), Resource and Environmental Management in Canada: Addressing Conflict and Uncertainty (4th ed.) 495-525. Toronto: Oxford University Press.
Diduck, A. P. The learning dimension of adaptive capacity: untangling the multi-level connections. In D. Armitage & R. Plummer (Eds.), Adaptive Capacity: Building Environmental Governance in an Age of Uncertainty, 199-221. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer.
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Bullock, R. Poirier, B. and L. Sims, eds. Rethinking Environmental Management: Revisiting Bryant and Wilson Ten Years Later, Environments 36(3)1-2.
Bullock, R., Hanna, K. and D.S. Slocombe. Learning from Community Forestry Experience: Lessons and Challenges from British Columbia. The Forestry Chronicle 85(2): 293-304.
Sinclair, A. J., Diduck, A. P., & Fitzpatrick, P. Conceptualizing learning for sustainability through environmental assessment: critical reflections on 15 years of research. Environmental Impact Assessment Review, 28(7), 415-428.
Bullock, R. Two Sides of the Forest. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 62(1):12A-15A.
Bullock, R. and K. Hanna. Community Forestry: Mitigating or Creating Conflict in British Columbia? Society and Natural Resources 21(1):77–85.
Hayward, G., Diduck, A. P., & Mitchell, B. Social learning outcomes in the Red River Floodway environmental assessment. Environmental Practice, 9(4), 239-250.
McGurk, B., Sinclair, A. J., & Diduck, A. P. An assessment of forest management stakeholder advisory committees: case studies from Manitoba, Canada. Society & Natural Resources: An International Journal, 19(9), 809-826.
Berkes, F., Huebert, R., Fast, H., Manseau, M., & Diduck, A. P. (Eds.). Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North. Calgary: University of Calgary Press.
Diduck, A. P., Bankes, N., Clark, D., & Armitage, D. Unpacking social learning in social-ecological systems: case studies of polar bear and narwhal management in northern Canada. In F. Berkes, R. Huebert, H. Fast, M. Manseau & A. P. Diduck (Eds.), Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North. 269-290. Calgary: University of Calgary Press.