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David Rapport

Selected PUBLICATION List for David J. Rapport 


Rapport, D.J, Lasley, W., Rolston, D.E., Nielsen, N.O., Qualset, C. O., and Damania, A.B. (eds). 2003. Managing for Healthy Ecosystems. CRC Press. 1456pp. 

Somerville, M. & Rapport, DJ.(eds.) 2000 Transdisciplinarity: Re-Creating Integrated Knowledge. UNESCO/EOLSS Publishers, Oxford, UK (reprinted in Canada:Queens/McGill University Press)

Rapport, D.J., Costanza, R., Epstein, P., Gaudet, C. & Levins, R. (eds.) 1998. Ecosystem Health. Blackwell Science, Oxford, UK. 372pp. 

Smit, B., Waltner-Toews, Rapport, D.J., Wichert, G., Wandel, J., D., Wall, E., & E. Gwyn, 1998. Agroecosystem Health: Analysis and Assessment. University of Guelph. 116pp.

Rapport, D.J., Gaudet, C., & Calow, P. (eds) 1995. Evaluating and Monitoring the Health of Large-Scale Ecosystems. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg. 454 pp.

Needham, R.D. & Rapport, D.J. (eds) 1992. Breaking the Barriers to Environmental Information. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. (special issue) 20: 83-271.

Bird, P.M. & Rapport, D.J. State of the Environment Report for Canada. 1986. Canadian Government Publishing Centre, Ottawa. 264 pp.

Rapport D.J. & Friend, A. M. 1979. Towards a Comprehensive Framework for Environmental Statistics: A Stress-Response Approach. Statistics Canada 11-510, Ottawa. 87 pp.

Journal Articles and Book Chapters:

Daszak,P., Rapport D.J., et al 2005. Interactions among biodiversity, infectious disease, contaminants and nutrition. - Biodiversity and Health. Island Press - (submitted) 

Arya, N., Howard, J, Isaacs, S, McAllister, M.L., Murphy, S., Rapport, D., Waltner-Toews,D. Bringing public health back into Public Health: An Ecosystem Approach to SARS and Walkerton (submitted August 2005 to Canadian Journal of Public Health)

Rapport, D.J. Healthy Ecosystems: An Evolving Paradigm. Chapter 32 in Pretty, J, Ball, A, Benton, T, Guivant, J., Lee, D, Orr, D, Pfeffer, M and Ward H (eds.) Sage Handbook on Environment and Society. Sage Press, USA. (in press). 

Rapport, D.J. and Ullsten, O. 2005. Managing for Sustainability: Ecological Footprints, Ecosystem Health and the Forest Capital Index (Philip Lawn, Ed.) Oxford University Press. (in press)

Rapport, D.J. and Singh, A. 2005. An EcoHealth-based Framework for State of Environment Reporting. Ecological Indicators (in press).

Ullsten,O. Angelstam, P ,Patel, A, Rapport, D.J., Cropper, A., Pinter, L. and Washburn, M. 2005. Towards the assessment of environmental sustainability in forest ecosystems: measuring the natural capital. In Angelstam, P, Dönz-Breuss, M and J-M Roberge (eds.), Targets and Tools for the Maintenance of Forest Biodiversity Oikos, Ecological Bulletins 51:471-485 

Rapport, D.J. and Mergler, D. 2004. Expanding the practice of ecosystem health. EcoHealth (1, Supple 2), 4-7

Howard, J. and Rapport, D.J. 2004. Ecosystem health in professional education: The road ahead. EcoHealth (1,Supple 1) pp 3-7.

Rapport, D.J. and Lee, V. 2004. Ecosystem health: Coming of age in professional curriculum. EcoHealth (1.Supple 1) pp 8-11.

Rapport, D.J. 2003. Ecosystem health and ecological integrity; foundations for sustainable futures. In: B. Mitchell, ed. Resource and Environmental Management in Canada: Addressing Conflict and Uncertainty. 3rd Edition. Oxford University Press, pp 24-53.

Rapport, D.J. and Lee, V. 2003. Ecosystem Approaches to Human Health: Some Observations on North/South Experiences. Environmental Health (3) 2: 26-39.

Rapport, D.J., Howard, J, Lannigan, R. and McCauley, W. 2003. Linking health and ecology in the medical curriculum. Environment International 29: 353-358

Rapport, D.J. 2002. Regaining Healthy Ecosystems: The Supreme Challenge of Our Age. In: Rapport, D.J, Lasley, W., Rolston, D.E., Nielsen, N.O., Qualset, C. O., and Damania, A.B. (eds). 2003. Managing for Healthy Ecosystems. CRC Press, pp.5-10. 

Vasseur, L., Rapport, D.J. and Hounsell, J. 2002. Ecosystem Health and Human Health in R. Costanza and S. Jorgensen (eds.). Understanding and Solving Environmental Problems in the 21st Century: Toward a new, integrated hard problem science. Elsevier Science, Oxford, UK, pp.167-188. 

Rapport, D.J., Howard, J.M., Lannigan, R, McMurtry, R, Jones, D.L, Anjema, C.M., and Bend, J.R. 2002. Introducing ecosystem health into undergraduate medical education. In A.A. Aguirre, R.S. Ostfeld, G.M. Tabor, C. House and M.C. Pearl (eds). Conservation Medicine: Ecological health in practice. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK. Pp 345-360.

Rapport, D.J. 2002. The health of ecology and the ecology of health. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment (8)1, 205-213

Rapport, D.J., Howard, J., Lannigan, R., Anjema, C.M., McCally, W. 2001. Strange Bedfellows: Ecosystem health in the medical curriculum. Ecosystem Health (7):3 

Pimm, S., Ayres, Balmford,A, ….Rapport, D.J. Raven, P. et al. 2001. Can we defy nature’s end? Science 293, 2207-2208.

Rapport, D.J. 2001. Species Extinction. Encyclopaedia of Public Health. Macmillan Reference, USA, pp. 

Rapport, D.J. 2001. Ecosystems. Encyclopaedia of Public Health. Macmillan Reference, USA , pp. 

Ullsten, O. and Rapport, D.J. 2001. On the Politics of the Environment: Ecosystem Health and the Political Process. Ecosystem Health 7 (1) 2-6.

Walker, J., Thompson, C.H., Reddell, R., and Rapport, D.J. 2001 The importance of landscape age in influencing landscape health. Ecosystem Health 7 (1) 7-14. 

Rapport, D.J., Fyfe, W.S., Costanza, R, Spiegel, J, Yassie, A, Bohm, G.M., Patil, G.P., Lannigan, R, Anjema, C.M. Whitford, W.G., and Horwitz, P. 2001. Ecosystem Health: Definitions, Assessment and Case Studies.inM. Tolba, ed . Our Fragile World: Challenges and Opportunities for Sustainable Development pp 21-42 EOLSS (Oxford). 

Patel, A., and Rapport, D.J. 2000. Assessing the impacts of deer browsing, prescribed burns, visitor use and trails on an oak-pine forest: Pinery Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada. Natural Areas Journal, 20 (3),250-260

Rapport, D.J. & Moll, R. 2000. Applications of ecological theory and modelling to assess ecosystem health. In: Joergensen, S.E., and Muller, F. (eds), Handbook of Ecosystem Theories. CRC Press, pp.487-496. 

Rapport, D.J., Hilden, M., Weppling, K. 2000. Restoring the health of the earth’s ecosystems: A new challenge for the earth sciences. Episodes, 23 (1) 12-19.

Rapport, D.J. 2000. Ecological footprints and ecosystem health: complementary approaches to a sustainable future. Ecological Economics 32: 367-370. 

Rapport, D.J. 2000. Biosphere in Distress. The World and I, April, 2000, pp. 142-151

Costanza, R., Daly, H., Folke, C, Hawken, P, Holling, C.S., McMichael, A. J., Pimentel, D., Rapport, D. 2000. Managing our environmental portfolio. BioScience 50 (2) 149-155.

Rapport, D.J., Christensen, N.., Karr, J.R., Patil, G.P., 1999. The centrality of ecosystem health in achieving sustainability in the 21st century: concepts and new approaches to environmental management. Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada, Series VI, Volume IX, University of Toronto Press , 3-40

Birkett, S.H. & Rapport, D.J. 1999. A stress-response assessment of the North-western Gulf of Mexico ecosystem. In: Kempf, H., Steidinger, K., and Sherman, K. (eds), The Gulf of Mexico Large Marine Ecosystem:Assessment, Sustainability, and Management. pp. 438-458. Blackwell Science, Oxford.

Rapport, D.J. 1999. Epidemiology and ecosystem health: Natural bridges. Ecosystem Health (5) 3, 174-180.

Whitford, W, Rapport, D.J. and deSoyza, A., 1999. Using resistance and resilience measurement for“fitness” tests in ecosystem health. Journal of Environmental Management 57, 21-29 

Patel, A, Rapport, D.J., Vanderlinden, L and Eyles, J. 1999. Forests and societal values: comparing scientific and public perception of forest health. The Environmentalist 19, 239-249. 

Rapport, D.J. 1999. On transformation from healthy to degraded aquatic ecosystems. Aquatic Ecosystem Health and Management 2: 97-103.

Rapport, D.J. et al. 1999. Ecosystem health: The concept, the ISEH, and the important tasks ahead. Ecosystem Health 5: 82-90. 

Rapport, D.J. and Whitford, W. 1999. How ecosystems respond to stress: Common properties of arid and aquatic systems. BioScience 49(3): 193-203.

Rapport, D.J., Costanza, R., and McMichael, A. 1998. Assessing ecosystem health: Challenges at theinterface of social, natural, and health sciences. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 13 (10): 397-402.

Rapport, D.J., Gaudet, C., Karr, J.R., Baron, J.S., Bohlen, C., Jackson, W., Jones, B., Naiman, R., Norton, B. & Pollock, M.M. 1998. Evaluating landscape health: Integrating societal goals and bio-physical process. Journal of Environmental Management 53(1): 1-15.

Rapport, D.J., Whitford, W., & Hilden, M. 1998. Common patterns of ecosystem breakdown under stress. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 51:171-178.

Birkett, S. and Rapport, D.J. 1998. A framework for identifying and classifying ecosystem dysfunctions. The Environmentalist 18(1): 15-25.

Rapport, D.J., Gaudet, C., McCullum, J. & Miller, M. 1998. Ecosystem health and its relationship to the health of the soil sub-system: a conceptual and management perspective. In: Huang, P.M. (ed) Soil Chemistry and Ecosystem Health, pp. 341-359. SSSA Special Publication No. 52.

Rapport, D.J. Biodiversity and saving the earth.1998. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 49: 169-175.

Wichert, G.A. and Rapport, D.J. 1998. Fish community structure as a measure of degradation and rehabilitation of riparian systems in an agricultural drainage basin. Environmental Management 22(3):425-443. 

Rapport, D.J., McCullum, J. & Miller, M.H. 1998. Soil health: its relationship to ecosystem health. In: Pankhurst, C., Doube, B. & Gupta, V. (eds), Biological Indicators of Soil Health. pp. 29-47. CAB International, Wallingford, UK.

Rapport, D.J. Ecosystem health: an integrative science. 1998. In: Rapport, D., Costanza, R., Levins, R., Epstein, P., Gaudet, G. (eds.) Ecosystem Health Blackwell Science, Oxford, UK pp. 3-50. 

Yazvenko, S.B., and Rapport, D.J. 1997. The history of ponderosa pine pathology: Implications for management. Journal of Forestry 97(12) 16-20.

Rapport, D.J., and Ritter, L. 1997. Ecosystem health: Challenges for ecotoxicology and environmental health. Quality Assurance 5:221-229.

Rapport, D.J. 1997. Historical changes in ponderosa pine forests since Euro-American settlement. Ecosystem Health 3(3):171-184.

Rapport, D.J., 1997. What is ecosystem health? Ecodecision 23:45-46.

Rapport, D.J. 1997. Is economic development compatible with ecosystem health? Ecosystem Health 3(2): 94-106.

Rapport, D.J., 1997. Economics and ecologically sustainable futures. International Journal of Social Economics 24: 761-770.

Rapport, D.J., 1997. Transdisciplinarity: transcending the disciplines. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 12(7):289. 

Rapport, D.J., Hildén, M. & Roots, E.F. 1997. Transformations in Arctic ecosystems under stress. In:Crawford, R.M.M.(ed), Disturbance and Recovery in Arctic Lands: An Ecological Perspective. pp. 73.90. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. 

Walker, J., Alexander, D., Irons, C., Jones, B., Penridge, H., & Rapport, D.J. 1997. Catchment health indicators: an overview. In: Walker, J. & Reuter, D.J. (eds) Indicators of Catchment Health: A Technical Perspective, CSIRO, Australia 

Rapport, D.J., Whitford, W.G. & Groothousen, R.M. 1996. The Central Rio Grande Valley - organising and interpreting ecosystem health assessment data. GIS World 9:(12) 60-62.

Yazvenko, S. & Rapport, D.J. 1996. Framework for the assessment of forest ecosystem health. Ecosystem Health 2(1): 40-51. 

Epstein, P. & Rapport, D.J. 1996. Changing coastal marine environments and human health. Ecosystem Health 2(3): 166-176. 

Birkett, S. & Rapport, D.J. 1996. Comparing the health of two large marine ecosystems: the Gulf of Mexico and the Baltic Sea. Ecosystem Health 2(2): 127-144.

Rapport, D.J. 1995. Ecosystem health: more than a metaphor? Environmental Values 4: 287-309.

Rapport, D.J., 1995. Ecosystem services and management options as blanket indicators of ecosystem health, J. Aquatic Ecosystem Health 4: 97-105.

Rapport, D.J., 1995. Ecosystem health: exploring the territory. Ecosystem Health 1: 5-13.

Rapport, D.J. Ecosystem health: an emerging integrative science. 1995. In: Rapport, D.J., Gaudet, C. & Calow, P. (eds), Evaluating and Monitoring the Health of Large-Scale Ecosystems. pp 5-31. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg. 

Rapport, D.J. & Regier, H.A. 1995. Disturbance and stress effects on ecological systems. In: Patten B.C., Jorgensen S.E., (eds), Complex Ecology: The Part-Whole Relation in Ecosystems. pp 397-414. Prentice Hall PTR, Englewood Cliffs, N.J. 

Rapport, D.J. 1995. Approaches to reporting on ecosystem health. In: Hodge, R.A., Holtz, S, Smith, C., & Hawke Baxter, K. (eds), Pathways to Sustainability: Assessing our Progress. National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy. Ottawa.

Rapport, D.J. 1995. The concept of ecosystem health and its applications to agriculture. In: Nielsen, N.O. (ed), Agroecosystem Health. pp 25-28.

Rapport, D.J. 1995. Una Perspectiva en la Salud de Ecosistemas Urbanos. 2: pp 135-148. In: Seminario Internacional Socre el Ambiente. UNESCO.

Hildén, M. & Rapport, D.J. 1993. Four centuries of cumulative cultural impact on a Finnish river and its estuary: an ecosystem health approach. J. Aquatic Ecosystem Health 2: 261-275.

Rapport, D.J. Ecosystems not optimized: a reply. 1993. J. Aquatic Ecosystem Health.

Rapport, D.J. 1992. Evaluating ecosystem health. J. Aquatic Ecosystem Health 1: 15-24.

Rapport, D.J. 1992. Defining the practice of clinical ecology. In: Costanza, R., Norton, G., & Haskell, B. (eds), Ecosystem Health: New Goals for Environmental Management. pp 144-156. Island Press, Washington, D.C. 

Rapport, D.J. 1992. Evolution of indicators of ecosystem health. McKenzie, D.H., Hyatt, E.D. & J.V. McDonald (eds), Ecological Indicators. 1: pp 121-134. Elsevier. 

Friend, A.M. & Rapport, D.J. 1991. Evolution of macro-information systems for sustainable development. Ecological Economics 3: 59-76.

Rapport, D.J. 1991. Myths in the foundations of ecology and economics. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 44: 185-202.

Rapport, D.J. 1990. Sustainable development: exploring the contradictions. (book review) Ecological Economics 2: 182-186.

Rapport, D.J. 1990. Workgroup issue paper. Criteria for ecological indicators. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 15: 273-275.

Rapport, D.J. 1990. Challenges in the detection and diagnosis of pathological change in aquatic ecosystems. J. Great Lakes Res. 16(4): 609-618.

Rapport, D.J. 1989. What constitutes ecosystem health? Perspectives in Biology & Medicine 33: 120-132.

Rapport, D.J. 1989. Symptoms of pathology in the Gulf of Bothnia (Baltic Sea): Ecosystem response to stress from human activity. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 37: 33-49

Harris, H.J., Harris, V.A., Regier, H.A. & Rapport, D.J. 1988. Importance of the nearshore area for sustainable redevelopment in the Great Lakes with observations on the Baltic Sea. Ambio 17: 112-120.

Rapport, D.J. Impressions from the Workshop on the Brundtland Challenge. 1988. In: Davidson, A. & Dence, M. (eds), The Brundtland Challenge and Cost of Inaction. Institute for Research on Public Policy, Halifax.

Rapport, D.J. 1986. Macroecology from an economic perspective. In: Polounin, N. (ed), Ecosystem Theory and Application. pp 289-300. New York: John Wiley & Sons. 

Rapport, D.J. 1986. Goals of a transboundary monitoring network. Rapporteur's summary. In: Haug, P.T., Bandurski, B.L., & Hamilton, A.L. (eds), Towards a Transboundary Monitoring Network: A Continuing Binational Exploration. pp 252-253. Washington: International Joint Commission. 

Rapport, D.J., Regier, H.A. & Hutchinson, T.C. 1985. Ecosystem behaviour under stress. The American Naturalist 125: 617-640.

Rapport, D.J. State of ecosystem medicine. 1984. In: Cairns, V.W., Hodson, P.V., & Nriagu, J.O., (eds), Contaminant Effects on Fisheries. pp 315-324. New York: John Wiley & Sons. 

Rapport, D.J. 1984. The interface of economics and ecology. In: Jansson, A.M. (ed), Integration of Economy and Ecology - An Outlook for the Eighties: pp 215-223. Stockholm: Marcus Wallenberg Foundation for International Cooperation in Science. 

Rapport, D.J. 1983. The stress-response environmental statistical system and its applicability to the Laurentian Lower Great Lakes. Statistical Journal of the United Nations ECE 1: 377-405.

Rapport, D.J. & Regier, H.A. 1983.Ecological information services for the Great Lakes. In: Bell, J.F. & Atterburg, T. (eds), Renewable Resource Inventories in Monitoring Changes and Trends. pp -493-497. Corvallis: College of Forestry. Oregon State University. 

Rapport, D.J. 1983. Ecosystem medicine. In: Calhoun, J.B. (ed), Environment and Population: Problems of Adaptation. pp 96-98. New York: Praeger. 

Lee, B.J., Regier, H.A. & Rapport, D.J. 1982.Ten ecosystem approaches to the planning and management of the Great Lakes. J. Great Lakes Res. 8 (3): 505-519.

Rapport, D.J., Regier, H.A. & Thorpe, C. 1981. Diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of ecosystems under stress. In: Barrett, G.W. & Rosenberg R. (eds), Stress Effects on Natural Ecosystems. pp 269-280. New York: John Wiley & Sons. 

Rapport, D.J. & Regier, H.A. 1980. An ecological approach to environmental information. Ambio 9: 22-27.

Regier, H.A. & Rapport, D.J. 1980. Ecology's family coming of age in a changing world. In: Biological Evaluation of Environmental Impacts. pp 49-65. Washington: Council on Environmental Quality and Fish and Wildlife Service. (FWS/BS80/26 June, 1980). 

Rapport, D.J., Thorpe, C. and Regier, H.A. 1979. Ecosystem medicine. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 60: 180-182.

Regier, H.A. & Rapport, D.J. 1978. Ecological paradigms, once again. Bulletin of Ecological Society of America 59: 2-6.

Rapport, D.J. & Turner, J.E. 1977. Economic models in ecology. Science 195: 367-373.

Regier, H.A., & Rapport, D.J. 1977. The application of ecological modelling to impact assessment. In: Plewes, M., & Whitney, J.B.R. (eds), Environmental Impact Assessment in Canada: Processes and Approaches. Institute for Environmental Studies, University of Toronto. 

Government Documents and Conference Proceedings:

2004. Rapport, D.J. Going beyond Air and Water: Ecosystem health in a transdisciplinary perspective; University of Newcastle, NSW. in Albrecht, G. (ed) (December 2003) Proceedings of the Airs, Waters, Places Transdisciplinary Conference on Ecosystem Health in Australia, School of Environmental and Life Sciences, The University of Newcastle, pp 1-15. ISBN Number: 0-646-43100-5

2003. Rapport, D.J. Towards a new conceptual framework for reporting on the state of the environment. (UNEP/Discussion Paper).

2001 Rapport, D.J. Water for Ecosystems. World Water Assessment Program (UNESCO)

2001 Rapport, D.J. Human Health Vulnerability to Environmental Degradation. (UNEP GEO 3 Report)

2001 Rapport, D.J. Indicators of Marine Environmental Quality (DFO, Canada)

1995 Rapport, D.J., Whitford, W.G. & Korporal, K. Evaluating ecosystem health: opportunities for GIS. In: Symposium Proceedings, Ninth Annual Symposium on Geographic Information Systems. 1: pp 3-8.

1987 Rapport, D.J. Symptoms of ecosystem pathology in the Gulf of Bothnia. Proceedings of 15th Conference of the Baltic Oceanographers, Copenhagen, November, 1986 pp 491-506.

1985 Rapport, D.J. Indicators of water quality from an ecosystem perspective. Formal Meeting on Statistics of Water Use and Quality. Conference of European Statisticians. Economic Commission for Europe (Geneva) GE 84-32787.

1984 Rapport, D.J. Measures of Ecosystem Distress. Paper submitted by Statistics Canada to the Conference of European Statisticians. Formal Meeting on Environmental Indicators. Geneva, March, 1984. 16 pp.

1983 Bird, P.M., Friend, A.M. & Rapport, D.J. Methodology for Identifying Environmental Indicators for the State of Environment Report for Canada. Conference of European statisticians. Economic Commission for Europe (Geneva). Informal meeting on general methodological problems in environment statistics. Helsinki, Finland, 2-5 May, 1983. GE 83-30968. 35 pp.

1983 Rapport, D.J. Indicators of Water Quality from an Ecosystem Perspective. Paper submitted by Statistics Canada to the conference of European statisticians. Informal meeting on water use and quality statistics. Geneva, 12-14 December, 1983. 11 pp. 

1982 Friend, A.M. & D.J. Rapport (eds), Report on the Regional Workshop on Environmental and Natural Resource Statistics (Africa). Nairobi, Kenya. 25-29 January, 1981. Marseilles: Data for Development. 33 pp plus appendices.

1981 Rapport, D.J. From Water Quality to the Ecosystem Concept: Experience Gained from a Case Study of the Stress-Response Environmental Statistical System as Applied to the Laurentian Lower Great Lakes. Paper submitted by Statistics Canada to the Statistical Commission and Economic Commission for Europe. Conference of European Statisticians. Meeting on Statistics of Water Use and Quality. 18 -21 January, 1982. Geneva. CES/AC.56/4 WATER/AC.5/R.3. 21 October, 1981.

1980 Regier, H.A. al. Comparative Studies on Fresh Water Fisheries. Report of a workshop. 1980. Pallanza, Italy, 4-8 September, 1978. Fisheries & Agricultural Organisation. Fisheries Technical Report. T198.

1978 Rapport, D.J. An ecological approach to the design of environmental information systems. In: Geographical Inter-University Resource Management Seminars. 9: 91-108. Department of Geography, Wilfrid Laurier University. 

1977 Rapport, D.J. Towards an ecological information system. In: Douglas, D.H. (ed), Applications of Geographic Information Processing. pp 51-59. Ottawa: Department of Geography, University of Ottawa. 

1976 Regier, H.A. et. al. Indices for Measuring Responses of Ecological Systems to Various Human Influences. FAO Fisheries Tech. Paper 151.


2005. Ganges Harbour issue needs assessments rather than assertions. Gulf Islands Driftwood. August 17 2005, P.12.

2005. Ecosystem Health: The Future for the Gulf Islands? Gulf Islands Driftwood. July 27, pA9 (with Luisa Maffi). 

1999 Making an Unwieldy Concept a Little Less So. (With Pierre Horwitz and Bruce Wilcox). Ecosystem Health 7(4) 185-186

2001 Meeting the Challenge of Integrated Knowledge Ecosystem Health 7 (3) :131-132

2001 Informed Debate. Ecosystem Health 7 (2) 73

2001 The Politics of Poverty and Plenty (with Ola Ullsten). Ecosystem Health 7 (1) 1

2000 Extravagant Claims: polarization of environmental issues is counterproductive Ecosystem Health 6 (4) 219-220

2000 The Meaning of Ecosystem Health. Ecosystem Health 6 (3) 

2000 Ecosystem Health: An Antipodean Perspective. (with P. Horwitz). Ecosystem Health 6 (2), 83-84

2000 A New Strategy for Public Health. Ecosystem Health 6 (1), 1-2

2000 Opportunities for Ecologists in Ecosystem Health. INTECOL Newsletter, Winter/Spring,1 

1999 Reaching across disciplinary lines: Linking Plant Pathology, Medical and Veterinary Epidemiology, and Ecosystem Health. Ecosystem Health 5 (3): 127

1999 Gaining Respectability: Development of Quantitative Methods of Ecosystem Health. Ecosystem Health, 5 (1): 1-2.

1998 Some Distinctions Worth Making. Ecosystem Health 4(4): 193-194.

1998 Ecosystem Health, Ecological Integrity, and Sustainable Development: Toward Consilience. Ecosystem Health 4(3): 145-146.

1998 Transdisciplinary Education: Where, When, How? Ecosystem Health 4(2): 79-80.

1998 Ecosystem Health as an Ecotone. Ecosystem Health 4(1): 1-2.

1997 The Dependency of Human Health on Ecosystem Health. Ecosystem Health 3(4): 195-196.

1997 Taking Sustainable Development Seriously. Ecosystem Health 3(3): 127-128.

1997 Changing Currents of Science. Ecosystem Health 3 (2): 71-72.

1997 Gaining Focus: Emerging Themes in Ecosystem Health. Ecosystem Health 3(1): 1-2. 

1995 Ecosystem Health: Science or Practice? Ecosystem Health 2 (4): 229-230.

1996 The Ecosystem Health/Human Health Interface. Ecosystem Health 2(3): 163.

1996 Encouraging Dissent. Ecosystem Health 2(2): 99-100. 

1996 Stocktaking. Ecosystem Health 2(1): 1. 

1996 Transdisciplinarity and the University of the Future (Guest Editorial) Science Spectra 6 (1-2)

1995 A Metaphor and Then Some. Ecosystem Health 1(4): 197.

1995 Preventive Ecosystem Health Care: The Time is Now. Ecosystem Health 1(3): 127-128.

1995 Concepts, Theory and Practice. Ecosystem Health 1(2): 59.

1995 Ecosystem Health: What’s in a Name? Ecosystem 
Health 1(1): 1.



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