A Slippery History of Controlling Ice in the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Basin

This was originally posted on the NiCHE site on March 20, 2018: http://niche-canada.org/2018/03/20/a-slippery-history-of-controlling-ice-in-the-great-lakes-st-lawrence-basin/

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Hydro Democracy in Canada

This post was originally published on the NiCHE site on November 2, 2017: http://niche-canada.org/2017/11/02/hydro-democracy-in-canada/

Emotional and Environmental History at Niagara Falls

This post was originally posted on the NiCHE site on September 28, 2017: http://niche-canada.org/2017/09/28/emotional-and-environmental-history-at-niagara-falls/

Natural Security: Conceptualizing U.S.-Canada Environmental Diplomacy

This post was originally posted on September 6, 2017 on the NiCHE site: http://niche-canada.org/2017/09/06/natural-security-conceptualizing-u-s-canada-environmental-diplomacy/

Planning for a Flood? Plan 2014 and Lake Ontario-St. Lawrence

This post was originally posted on the NiCHE site on May 19, 2017: http://niche-canada.org/2017/05/19/planning-for-a-flood-plan-2014-and-lake-ontario-st-lawrence/

 

Nature’s Metropolis 25 Years Later: A Conversation with Bill Cronon

This post was originally posted on the NiCHE site on April 4, 2017: http://niche-canada.org/2017/04/04/aseh-2017/

 

 

Publication of Hydraulic Imperialism: Hydroelectric Development and Treaty 9 in Abitibi Region

Here is a link to download an article I recently co-published in the American Review of Canadian Studies: https://www.academia.edu/29468575/Hydraulic_Imperialism_Hydroelectric_Development_and_Treaty_9_in_the_Abitibi_Region

Dam Nation: Hydroelectric Developments in Canada

In 2016 I organized a series – titled Dam Nation: Hydroelectric Developments in Canada – on the history of hydro dams that are currently hot topics. The series included posts by Tina Loo, David Massell, and Caroline Desbiens, and I provided an Introduction, all of which can be found here: http://niche-canada.org/2016/09/12/dam-nation-hydroelectric-developments-in-canada/

Teaching Media Literacy Through Environmental Disaster: The Kalamazoo River Oil Spill

This post originally appeared on NiCHE’s The Otter blog:

http://niche-canada.org/2017/01/18/teaching-media-literacy-through-environmental-history-the-kalamazoo-river-oil-spill/

 

 

Announcing Border Flows: A Century of the Canadian-American Water Relationship

Co-edited by Lynne Heasley and myself, this edited collection looks at a range of Canada-US border waters. I co-authored the Introduction, and contributed a chapter (on the St. Lawrence and Niagara Rivers) and a reflection chapter. The book is available for purchase, but one of the main reasons we decided to do this book in the NiCHE-UCP Canadian History and Environment series was that it is open access – meaning that you can also download it for free!

http://press.ucalgary.ca/books/9781552388952