Peer Reviewed Publications
Dowsley, M., S. Gearheard, N. Johnson and J. Inksetter. 2010. Should we turn the tent? Inuit women and climate change. Etudes/Inuit/Studies 34(1):151-165.
Boyd, M., J.T. Teller, Z. Yang, L. Kingsmill and C. Shultis. 2010. An 8,900-year-olf forest drowned by Lake Superior: hydrological and paleoecological implications. Journal of Paleolimnology : DOI 10.1007/s10933-010-9461-1.
Boyd, M., C. Surette, A. Lints and S. Hamilton. 2014. Wild Rice (Zizania spp.), the Three Sisters, and the Woodland Tradition in Western and Central Canada. Midwest Archaeological Conference Inc. Occasional Papers No. 1, 2014, 7–32.
Boyd, M., C. Surette, J. Surette, I. Therriault and S. Hamilton. 2013. Holocene paleoecology of a wild rice (Zizania sp.) lake in Northwestern Ontario, Canada. Journal of Paleolimnology : DOI 10.1007/s10933-013-9731-9.
Boyd, M., T. Varney, C. Surette and J. Surette. 2008. Reassessing the northern limit of maize consumption in North America: stable isotope, plant microfossial, and trace element content of carbonized food residue. Journal of Archaeological Science 35: 2545-2556.
York, J., M. Dowsley, A. Cornwell, M. Kuc and M. Taylor. 2016. Demographic and Traditional Knowledge Perspectives on the Current Status of Canadian Polar Bear Subpopulations. Ecology and Evolution 6(9):2897-2924.
Wilson, N. Foster, R., Stewart, R. 2016. Cloud Conditions? The State of the Cloud Lake and the Cloud River Watershed, Report prepared for the Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change, Lakehead University.
York, J., A. Dale, J. Mitchell, T. Nash, J. Snook, L. Felt, M. Taylor and M.Dowsley. 2015. Labrador polar bear traditional ecological knowledge final report. Torngat Wildlife Plants and Fisheries Secretariat. Happy Valley-Goose Bay, NL. 133 pp.