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Ian Mauro

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Ian Mauro Title: Associate Professor
Office: 1RC026
Building: Richardson College
Phone: 204.258.2921
Email: i.mauro@uwinnipeg.ca

Courses: GEOG-1102(3) Intro Human Geog I
GEOG-2503(3) Manitoba Physical & Human Environment


Publications:

Chatwood, S., F. Paulette, R. Baker, A. M. A., Eriksen, E. L. Hanset, H. Eriksen, V., Hiratuska, J. Lavoie, W. Lou, I. Mauro, J. Orbinski, N. Pambrun, H. Retallack,  and A. Brown. 2017. Indigenous values and health systems stewardship in circumpolar countries. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. doi: 10.3390/ijerph14121462

Potvin, C., D. Sharma, I. Creed, S. Aitken, F. Anctil, E. Bennett, F. Berkes, S., Bernstein, N. Bleau, A. Bourque, B. Brown, S., Burch, J. Byrne, A., Cunsolo Willox, A., Dale,D. de Lange, B. Dyck, M. Entz, J. Etcheverry, R. Faucher, A. Fenech, L. Fraser, I. Henriques, A. Heyland, M. Hoffmann, G. Hoberg , M. Holden, G. Huang, A. Jacob, S. Jodoin, A. Kemper, M., Lucotte, R., Maranger, L. Margolis, D. Matthews, I. Mauro, J. McDonnell, J. Meadowcroft, C. Messier, M. Mkandawire, C. Morency, N. Mousseau, K. Oakes, S. Otto, P. Palmater, T. Palmer, D. Paquin, A. Perl, A. Potvin, A. H. Ramos, C. Raudsepp-Hearne, N. Richards, J. Robinson, S. Sheppard, S. Simard, B. Sinclair, N. Slawinski, M., Stoddart, M. Villard, C. Villeneuve, S., Wesche, and T. Wright. 2017. Stimulating a Canadian narrative of hope for climate. Facets. doi: 10.1139/facets-2016-0029.

Bullock, R., D. Kirchhoff, I. Mauro, and M. Boerchers, M. 2017. Indigenous capacity for collaboration in Canada’s energy, forestry and mining sectors: research metric and trend. Environment, Development and Sustainability. doi: 10.1007/s10668-017-9917-9

Ford, J.D., E. Stephenson, A. Cunsolo Willox, V. Edge, K. Farahbakhsh, C. Furgal, S. Harper, S. Chatwood, I. Mauro, T. Pearce, S. Austin, A. Bunce, A. Bussalleu, J. Diaz, K. Finner, A. Gordon, C. Huet, K. Kitching, M. Lardeau, G. McDowell, E. McDonald, L. Nakoneczny, and M. Sherman. 2015. Community-based adaptation research in the Canadian Arctic. Wires Climate Change. doi: 10.1002/wcc.376.

Gagnon, G., W. Krkosek, L. Anderson, E. McBean, M. Mosheni, M. Bazri, and I. Mauro. 2015. Impacts of hydraulic fracturing on water quality: a review of the literature, regulatory frameworks and an analysis of information gaps. Environmental Reviews. doi: 10.1139/er-2015-0043.

Chatwood, S., F. Paulette, R. Baker, A. Eriksen, K. L. Hansen, H. Eriksen, V. Hiratsuka, J. Lavoie, W. Lou, I. Mauro, J. Orbinski, N. Pambrun, H. Retallack, and A. Brown. 2015. Approaching Etuaptmumk – Introducing a consensus based mixed method for health services research. Circumpolar Health. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/ijch.v74.27438.

Wheeler, D. M. MacGregor, F. Atherton, K. Christmas, S. Dalton, M. Dusseault, G. Gagnon, B. Hayes, C. MacIntosh, I. Mauro, and R. Ritcey. 2015. Hydraulic Fracturing – Integrating public participation with an independent review of the risks and benefits. Energy Policy 85: 299–308.

Cunsolo Willox, A., E. Stephenson, J. Allen, F. Bourque, A. Drossos, S. Elgarøy, M., Kral, I. Mauro, J. Moses, T. Pearce, J. Petrasek MacDonald, and L. Wexler. 2014.  Examining relationships between climate change and mental health in the Circumpolar North. Regional Environmental Change. doi: 10.1007/s10113-014-0630.

Ford, J., A. Cunsolo Willox, S. Chatwood, V. Edge, C. Furgal, S. Harper, I. Mauro, and T. Pearce. 2014. Adapting to the health effects of climate change for Inuit. American Journal of Public Health. doi: 10.21051AJPH.2013.301724, April 22, 2014.