Print Material

  • BOOK CHAPTERS

    • Henri, D. H., H. G. Gilchrist, and E. Peacock. 2010. Understanding and managing wildlife in Hudson Bay under a changing climate: some recent contributions from Inuit and Cree ecological knowledge. In: A little less Arctic: changes to top predators in the world’s largest Nordic inland sea, Hudson Bay (S. Ferguson, L. Loseto and M. Mallory, eds.). Springer-Verlag, The Netherlands.
    • Mallory, M. L., A. J. Gaston, H. G. Gilchrist, G. J. Robertson, and B. L. Braune. 2010. Effects of climate change, altered sea-ice distribution and seasonal phenology on marine birds. In: A little less Arctic: changes to top predators in the world’s largest Nordic inland sea, Hudson Bay (S. Ferguson, L. Loseto and M. Mallory, eds.). Springer-Verlag, The Netherlands.
    • Mallory, M. L., I. J. Stenhouse, H. G. Gilchrist, and G. Robertson. 2008. The Ivory Gull, Pagophila ebernea. In, The Birds of North America Species Account, Poole and F. Gill, eds.). Philadelphia: The Academy of Natural Sciences. 32 p.
    • Mallory, M. L., J. Akearok, and H. G. Gilchrist. 2006. Local ecological knowledge of the Sleeper Islands and Split Island: comparisons among individuals and previous studies. In: Climate Change: Linking Traditional and Scientific Knowledge (R. Riewe and J. Oakes, eds.) Aboriginal Issues Press. Pp. 304-310.
    • Mallory, M. L., H. G. Gilchrist, and J. Akearok. 2006. Can we establish baseline local ecological knowledge on wildlife populations? (R. Riewe and J. Oakes, eds.) Aboriginal Issues Press. Pp. 24-33.
    • Gilchrist, H. G., J. Heath, L. Arragutainaq, G. Robertson, K. Allard, S. Gilliland, and M. L. Mallory. 2006. Combining science and local knowledge to study common eider ducks wintering in Hudson Bay. In: Climate Change: Linking Traditional and Scientific Knowledge (R. Riewe and J. Oakes, eds.) Aboriginal Issues Press. Pp. 284-303.
    • Smith, P. A. H. G. Gilchrist, and V. H. Johnston. Shorebird declines and climate change in Hudson Bay. (R. Riewe and J. Oakes, eds.) Aboriginal Issues Press. Pp. 223-232.
      Mosbech, A., Dano, R. S., Merkel, F. Sonne, C., Gilchrist, H. G., and Flagstad, A. 2006. Use of statellite telemetry to locate key habitats for king eiders in west Greenland. Waterbirds around the world. Eds. G. C. Boere, C. A. Galbraith, and D. A. Stroud.. The Stationary Office. UK. Pp 796-776.
    • Usher, M. P., T. V. Callaghan, H. G. Gilchrist, B. Heal., G. P. Juday, H. Loeng., M. A. Muir, P. Prestrud. 2005. Principles of conserving the arctic’s biodiversity. Arctic Climate Impact Assessment. Chapter 10. pp 540-591.
    • Day, R., I. Stenhouse, and H. G. Gilchrist. 2001. The Sabine’s Gull, Xema sabini. In, The Birds of North America Species Account, (A. Poole and F. Gill, eds.). Philadelphia: The Academy of Natural Sciences. 32p.
    • Gilchrist, H. G. 2001. The Glaucous Gull, (Larus hyperboreus). In, The Birds of North America Species Account,
      (A. Poole and F. Gill, eds.). Philadelphia: The Academy of Natural Sciences. 32 p.

    MAGAZINE ARTICLES

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    Snow Buntings: a flagship species for Arctic songbird research in Canada – Christie Macdonald (BirdWatch Canada 2012).

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    Haven in the Sky – Canada Wildlife Magazine (July-August, 2013) 

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    Research on bird movement patterns in the Arctic to support conservation efforts (International Innovation 2012)
    Garnering the latest technologies in geolocation, Drs Grant Gilchrist and Oliver Love discuss their efforts to safeguard the survival of Arctic bird species.  This article was published in International Innovation which is the leading global dissemination resource for the wider scientific, technology and research communities; dedicated to disseminating the latest science, research and technological innovations on a global level. More information and a complimentary subscription offer to the publication can be found at: www.researchmedia.eu

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    Energy constraints on incubating common eiders in the Canadian Arctic – Grace Bottitta (Arctic 1999)

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    Exploring health and disease in northern common eiders in the Canadian Arctic  – Jane Harms (Arctic 2012)

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    How wildlife Research can be used to promote wider community participation in the North – Jennifer Provencher (Arctic 2013)

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