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Canadian Excellence

Christopher Lemieux



Contact:

email: Christopher Lemieux
phone: 519-884-0710
ext: 4765

 

Publications



Refereed Articles 

Lemieux, C.J., J.L. Thompson, J. Dawson, and R. Schuster. 2013. Natural resource manager perceptions of agency performance on climate change. Journal of Environmental Management, 114: 178-189. 

Lemieux, C.J., P.F.J. Eagles, D.S. Slocombe, S.T. Doherty, S.J. Elliott, and S. Mock. 2012. Human health and well-being motivations and benefits associated with protected area experiences: an opportunity for transforming policy and management in Canada. PARKS: the international journal of conservation and protected areas. 18(1): 71-86. Available for download here. 

Dawson, J., M.J. Johnston, E.J. Stewart, C.J. Lemieux, R.H. Lemelin, P.T. Maher, and B.S.R. Grimwood. 2011. Ethical considerations of Last Chance Tourism. Journal of Ecotourism, 10(3): 250-265. DOI: 10.1080/14724049.2011.617449 

Lemieux, C.J., T.J. Beechey and P.A. Gray. 2011. Prospects for Canada’s protected areas in an era of climate change. Land Use Policy, 28(4): 928-941. DOI: 10.1016/j.landusepol.2011.03.00. 

Lemieux, C.J. and D.J. Scott. 2011. Changing climate, challenging choices: identifying and evaluating climate change adaptation options for protected area management in Ontario, Canada. Environmental Management, 48(4): 675-690. DOI: 10.1007/s00267-011-9700-x 

Lemieux, C.J., T.J. Beechey, D.J. Scott, and P.A. Gray. 2011. The state of climate change adaptation in Canada’s protected areas sector. The Canadian Geographer, 55(3): 301-317. DOI: 10.1111/j.1541-0064.2010.00336.x (also republished in the George Wright Forum)

Scott, D.J., C.J. Lemieux and L. Malone. 2011. Climate services to support sustainable tourism and adaptation to climate change.  Climate Research, 47: 111-122. DOI: 10.3354/cr00952

Scott, D.J. and C.J. Lemieux. 2010. Weather and climate information for tourism. Procedia Environmental Sciences, 1: 146-183. DOI: 10.1016/j.proenv.2010.09.011

Lemieux, C.J. and D.J. Scott. 2007. Climate change and protected areas policy, planning and management in Canada’s boreal forest. The Forestry Chronicle, 83(3): 347-357. DOI: 10.5558/tfc83347-3

Lemieux, C.J. and D.J. Scott. 2005. Climate change, biodiversity conservation and protected areas planning in Canada. The Canadian Geographer, 49(4): 384-399. DOI: 10.1111/j.0008-3658.2005.00103.x

Scott, D.J. and C.J. Lemieux. 2005. Climate change and protected areas policy and planning in Canada. The Forestry Chronicle, 81(5): 696-703. DOI: 10.5558/tfc81696-5

Scott, D., J. Malcolm, and C.J. Lemieux. 2002. Climate change and modeled biome representation in Canada’s national parks system: implications for planning and park mandates. Global Ecology and Biogeography, (11): 475-484. DOI: 10.1046/j.1466-822X.2002.00308.x

Refereed Book Chapters

Lemieux, C.J. and P.F.J. Eagles. 2012. Last chance tourism and Canada’s protected areas: management implications and emerging ethical considerations. Pp. 195-217. In: Lemelin, R.H., J. Dawson, E. Stewart (Eds.). Last Chance Tourism: Adapting Tourism Opportunities in a Changing World. Routledge, New York. 256 p. 


Scott, D.J. and C.J. Lemieux. 2012. The vulnerability of tourism to climate change. Pp. 241-257. In: Holden, A. and D. Fennell (Eds.). The Routledge Handbook of Tourism and the Environment. Routledge, New York. 604 p.  

Lemieux, C.J. and D.J. Scott. 2008. A Case Study on Climate Change and Ontario’s Protected Areas. In: Dearden and Rollins (Eds.). Parks and Protected Areas in Canada: Planning and Management. Oxford University Press. 3rd edition. 

Lemieux, C.J., et al. 2008. Chapter 6: Ontario. Pp. 227-274. In: Lemmen, D.S., F.J. Warren, J. Lacroix and E. Bush. (Eds.). From Impacts to Adaptation: Canada in a Changing Climate 2007. Government of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, 448 p.

Refereed Research Reports 

Lemieux, C.J., P.A. Gray, D.J. Scott, D.W. McKenney, and S. MacFarlane. 2012. Climate Change and the Lake Simcoe Watershed: A Vulnerability Assessment of Natural Heritage Areas and Nature-Based Tourism. Climate Change Research Report 06 (CCRR-28). Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources (OMNR): Peterborough, Ontario. 20 p.

Lemieux, C.J., D.J. Scott, P.A. Gray and R. Davis. 2007. Climate Change and Ontario’s Provincial Parks: Towards Adaptation. Climate Change Research Report 06 (CCRR-06). Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources (OMNR): Peterborough, Ontario. 83 p.

Edited Books 

Lemieux, C.J., J.G. Nelson, T.J. Beechey and M. Troughton. (Eds.). 2004. Parks and Protected Areas Research in Ontario, 2003: Protected Areas and Watershed Management. Parks Research Forum of Ontario (PRFO), Faculty of Environment: Waterloo, Ontario. 558 p.  

Lemieux, C.J., J.G. Nelson and T.J. Beechey. (Eds.). 2003. Parks and Protected Areas Research in Ontario, 2002: Protected Areas and Heritage Coastal Ecosystems. Parks Research Forum of Ontario (PRFO), Faculty of Environment: Waterloo, Ontario. 341 p. 

Extension Articles

Gray, P.A., C.J. Lemieux, T.J. Beechey, and D.J. Scott. 2011. A model process for developing adaptation options in an era of rapid climate change. The George Wright Forum, 28(3): 314-328.

Lemieux, C.J., T.J. Beechey, D.J. Scott, and P.A. Gray. 2011. The state of climate change adaptation in Canada’s protected areas sector. The George Wright Forum, 28(2): 216-236.

Research Reports

Gleeson, J., P.A. Gray, A. Douglas, C.J. Lemieux, and G. Nielsen. 2011. A Practitioner‘s Guide to Climate Change Adaptation in Ontario’s Ecosystems. Ontario Centre for Climate Impacts and Adaptation Resources (OCCIAR), Sudbury, Ontario. 75 p. 

Douglas, A., C.J. Lemieux, G. Neilson, and P.A. Gray. 2011. Adapting to Climate Change: Tools and Techniques for an Adaptive Approach to Managing for Climate Change. Recommendations to Inform Development of a Climate Change Adaptation Strategy for the Lake Simcoe Watershed. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources (OMNR)/Ontario Centre for Climate Impacts and Adaptation Resources (OCCIAR), Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. 82 p. 

Scott, D.J., C.J. Lemieux, D. Kirchhoff, and M. Milnik. 2011. Analysis of Socio-economic Impacts and Adaptation to Climate Change by Québec’s Tourism Industry. Technical Report 1: Climate Change Impact Assessment: Risks and Opportunities.  Interdisciplinary Centre on Climate Change (IC3), University of Waterloo and Consortium on Regional Climatology and Adaptation to Climate Change (OURANOS): Waterloo, Ontario and Montréal, Québec, Canada. 55 p. 

Lemieux, C.J., T.J. Beechey, D.J. Scott and P.A. Gray. 2010. Protected Areas and Climate Change in Canada: Challenges and Opportunities for Adaptation. Canadian Council on Ecological Areas (CCEA) Technical Report #19. CCEA: Ottawa, Ontario. 169 p. 

Scott, D. and Lemieux, C.J. 2009. Weather and Climate Information for Tourism. Commissioned White Paper for the World Climate Conference 3. World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and United Nations World Tourism Organization (WTO): Geneva and Madrid. 59 p. 

Lemieux, C.J., D.J. Scott, R.G. Davis and P.A. Gray. 2008. Changing Climate, Challenging Choices: Ontario Parks and Climate Change Adaptation. Natural Resources Canada, Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Program (CIAP): Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. 55 p. 

Scott, D.J., C.J. Lemieux and L. Pentelow. 2008. A Review of the Role of Protected Ecosystems in Climate Change Mitigation. Parks Canada Agency: Gatinéau, Québec, Canada.

Scott, D.J., C.J. Lemieux and L. Pentelow. 2008. A Synopsis of Protected Areas Agency Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Activities. Parks Canada Agency: Gatinéau, Québec, Canada. 

Nelson, J.G., S. Fournier, E. Tucs, C.J. Lemieux, N. Korobaylo, C. Farassoglou and L. Sportza. 2005. The Great River: A Heritage Landscape Guide to the Upper St. Lawrence Corridor. Heritage Landscape Guide No. 4.  Heritage Resources Centre, University of Waterloo: Waterloo, Ontario. 128 p. 

Scott, D., B. Jones, C.J. Lemieux, G. McBoyle, B. Mills, S. Svenson and G. Wall. 2004. Vulnerability of Winter Recreation to Climate Change: Case Study of the Lakelands Tourism Region (Southern Ontario, CANADA). In: Climate Change and Tourism. NATO Science Series: Kluwer, London. 

Scott, D. and C.J. Lemieux. 2003. Vegetation Response to Climate Change: Implications for Canada’s Conservation Lands. Report No. 2. In: D.J. Scott. Climate Change and Canada’s National Park System: Scenarios and Impacts.  Parks Canada Ecosystem Science Review Reports (+ CD ROM). Minister of Canadian Heritage: Ottawa, Ontario. 35 p.

Nelson, J.G., J. Porter, C. Farassoglou, S. Gardiner, C. Guthrie, K. Van Osch and C.J. Lemieux. 2003.  A Heritage Landscape Guide: Ridgetown and Rondeau Area.  Heritage Landscape Guide No. 3.  Heritage Resources Centre, University of Waterloo: Waterloo, Ontario. 51 p. 

Nelson, J.G., J. Porter, C. Farassoglou, S. Gardiner, C. Guthrie, C. Beck and C.J. Lemieux. 2003. The Grand River Watershed: A Heritage Landscape Guide. Heritage Landscape Guide No. 2.  Heritage Resources Centre, University of Waterloo: Waterloo, Ontario. 81 p.

Scott, D., B. Jones, C.J. Lemieux, G. McBoyle, B. Mills, S. Srvenson and G. Wall. 2002. The Vulnerability of Winter Recreation to Climate Change in Ontario’s Lakelands Tourism Region. Department of Geography Publication Series, Occasional Paper No. 18, University of Waterloo: Waterloo, Ontario. 87 p. 

McEwen, J, and C.J. Lemieux. 1999. Summary of Northern Contaminants Program Projects for 1999-2000. Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development (DI.AND): Ottawa, Ontario. 124 p. 

Han, S.L., C.J. Lemieux, K. Adare and J. Jensen. 1998. Summary of Northern Contaminants Program Projects for 1998-99. Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development (DIAND): Ottawa, Ontario. 94 p.