Trevor Bell - Select Publications (2005-2016)

2016

Hirsch, R., Furgal, C., Hackett, C., Sheldon, T., Bell, T., Angnatok, D., Winters, K., and Pamak, C. Going Off, Growing Strong: A program to enhance individual youth and community resilience in the face of change in Nain, Nunatsiavut. Etudes/Inuit/Studies, 40 (1).

2015

Danek, M., Bell, T., and Laroque, C.P. Some considerations In the reconstruction of lead levels using laser ablation: Lessons from the design stage of an urban dendrochemistry study, St. John’s, Canada. Geochronometria, 42: 217–231 (Open Access)

Wolf, J., Allice, A., and Bell, T. Values and traditional practices in adaptation to climate change – Evidence from a Q method study in two communities in Labrador, Canada. In The Adaptive Challenge of Climate Change, edited by O’Brien, K. and Selboe, E., Cambridge University Press.

Lamoureux, S., Forbes, D.L., Bell, T., Manson, G.K., Rudy, A.C.A., Lalonde, J., Brown, M., Smith, I.R., James, T.S., Couture, N.J., Whalen, D.J.R., and Fraser, P.R. Chapter 7. The Impact of Climate Change on Infrastructure in the Western and Central Canadian Arctic. In Stern, G.A. and Gaden, A. (eds), From Science to Policy in the Western and Central Canadian Arctic: An Integrated Regional Impact Study (IRIS) of Climate Change and Modernization. ArcticNet, Quebec City, pp. 300-341.

Anstey, R.J., Norris, S.P., Bell, T., and Renouf, P. Did Early Maritime Archaic Indians Ever Live in Newfoundland? In Yarden, A., Norris, S.P., and Phillips, L.M., Adapted Primary Literature The Use of Authentic Scientific Texts in Secondary Schools. SpringerLink: Dordrecht, 197-207.

Way, R.G., Bell, T., and Barrand, N.E. Glacier change from the early Little Ice Age to 2005 in the Torngat Mountains, northern Labrador, Canada. Geomorphology, 246: 558–569.

Finnis, J., and Bell, T. An analysis of recent observed climate trends and variability in Labrador. The Canadian Geographer, 59: 151-166.

St-Hilaire-Gravel, D., Forbes, D.L., and Bell, T. Evolution and morphodynamics of a prograded beach ridge foreland, Baffin Island, Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Geografiska Annaler: Series A, Physical Geography 97: 615–63.

Hughes Clarke, J.E., Muggah, J., Renoud, W., Bell, T., Forbes, D.L., Cowan, B. and Kennedy, J. Reconnaissance seabed mapping around Hall and Cumberland peninsulas, Nunavut: opening up southeastern Baffin Island to nearshore geological investigations; in Summary of Activities 2014, Canada-Nunavut Geoscience Office, p. 133–144.

Mate, D.J., Campbell, D.C, Barrie, J.V., Hughes Clarke, J.E., Muggah, J., Bell, T. and Forbes, D.L. Integrated seabed mapping of Frobisher Bay, southern Baffin Island, Nunavut to support infrastructure development, exploration and natural-hazard assessment; in Summary of Activities 2014, Canada-Nunavut Geoscience Office, p. 145–152.

Primmer, S., Bell, T., and Batterson, M. The role of ice dynamics on drift dispersal in the Newfoundland Ice Cap: preliminary investigations; in Current Research, Newfoundland Department of Mines and Energy, Geological Survey Branch, Report 15-1: 277-285.

2014

Way, R., Bell, T., and Barrand, N. An inventory and topographic analysis of glaciers in the Torngat Mountains, northern Labrador, Canada. Journal of Glaciology, 60: 945-956.

Bell, T., Briggs, R., Bachmayer, R. and Li, S. Augmenting Inuit knowledge for safe sea-ice travel – the SmartICE information system; in Oceans’14 Conference Proceedings, September 14–19, 2014; Oceans, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, p. 1–9. DOI:10.1109/OCEANS.2014.7003290

Pollard-Belsheim, A., Storey, M., Robinson, C., and Bell, T. The CARRA project: developing tools to help heritage managers identify and respond to coastal hazard impacts on archaeological resources; in Oceans’14 Conference Proceedings, September 14–19, 2014; Oceans, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, p. 1–9. DOI:10.1109/OCEANS.2014.7003289

Danek, M., Bell, T., Laroque, C., Diegor, W., Lam, R., and Sylvester, P.
2014. PrzykÅ‚ad wykorzystania analizy przyrostów rocznych drzew metodÄ… ablacji laserowej (LA ICP-MS) w badaniach zanieczyszczenia Å›rodowiska oÅ‚owiem. Studia i MateriaÅ‚y CEPL w Rogowie, 16: 265-272.

Forbes, D.L., Bell, T., James, T.S., and Simon, K.M. Reconnaissance assessment of landscape hazards and potential impacts of future climate change in Arviat, southern Nunavut; In Summary of Activities 2013, Canada-Nunavut Geoscience Office, p. 183–192. 

Lacroix, D., Bell, T., Shaw, J., and Westley, K. Submerged Archaeological Landscapes and the Recording of Precontact History: Examples from Atlantic Canada; In Prehistoric Archaeology on the Continental Shelf: A Global Review, edited by Evans, A., Flatman, J., and Flemming, N.. Springer, p. 13-36. (online)

Ford, J. D., Champalle, C., Tudge, P., Riedlsperger, R., Bell, T., and Sparling, E. Evaluating climate change vulnerability assessments: a case study of research focusing on the built environment in northern Canada. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 19: 1-22. (online)

Goldhar, C., Bell, T., and Wolf, J. Vulnerability to Freshwater Changes in the Inuit Settlement Region of Nunatsiavut, Labrador: A Case Study from Rigolet. Arctic, 67(1), 71-83. (online)

2013

Goldhar, C., Bell, T. and Wolf, J. Rethinking existing approaches to water security in remote communities: An analysis of two drinking water systems in Nunatsiavut, Labrador, Canada. Water Alternatives, 6: 462-486. (online)

Champalle, C., Sparling, E., Tudge, P., Riedlsperger, R., Ford, J., and Bell, T. Adapting the built environment in a changing northern climate: A review of climate hazard-related mapping and vulnerability assessments of the built environment in Canada's North to inform climate change adaptation. Report for Natural Resources Canada, Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation, Ottawa, Canada. (online)

Copeland, A., Edinger, E., Devillers, R., Bell, T., LeBlanc, P., and Wroblewski, J. Marine habitat mapping in support of Marine Protected Area management in a subarctic fjord: Gilbert Bay, Labrador Canada. Journal of Costal Conservation, 17:225-237. (online)

Grasby, S.E., Smith, R.I., Bell, T., and Forbes, D.L. Cryogenic formation of brine and sedimentary mirabilite in submergent coastal lake basins, Canadian Artic. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 110:13-28. (online)

Alexandre, M., Bell, T., and Tarasov, L. Numerical modelling of subglacial erosion and sediment transport and its application to the North American ice sheets over the Last Glacial cycle. Quaternary Science Reviews, 68: 154–174. (online)

Wolf, J., Allice, I. and Bell, T. Values, climate change, and implications for adaptation: Evidence from two communities in Labrador, Canada. Global Environmental Change. (online)

2012

Brown, B.R., Lemay, M., Allard, M., Barrand, N.E., Barrette, C., Begin, Y., (contributing authors) Bell, T., Bernier, M., Bleau, S., Chaumont, D.,Dibike, Y., Frigon, A., Leblanc, P., Paquin, D., Sharp, M.J. and Way, R. Climate variability and change in the Canadian Eastern Subarctic IRIS region (Nunavut and Nunatsiavut). In Allard, M. and Lemay, M. (2012), Nunavik and Nunatsiavut: From science to policy. An Integrated Regional Impact Study (IRIS) of climate change and moderniazation. ArcticNet Inc., Quebec City, Canada, 57-93. (PDF)

Levesque, E., Hermanutz, L., Gerin-Lajoi, J., (contributing authors) Bell, T., Boudreau, S., Cuerrier, A., Jacobs, J.D., Lavallee, C., Siegwart Collier, L., and Tremblay, B. Trends in vegetation dynamics and impacts in berry productivity. In Allard, M. and Lemay, M. (2012), Nunavik and Nunatsiavut: From science to policy. An Integrated Regional Impact Study (IRIS) of climate change and moderniazation. ArcticNet Inc., Quebec City, Canada, 223-247. (PDF)

Brown, T., Reimer, K., Sheldon, T., Bell, T., (contributing authors) Bentley, S., Pienitz, R., Gosselin, M., Blais, M., Carpenter, M., Estrada, E., Richerol, T., Kahlmeyer, E., Luque, S., Sjare, B., Fisk, A., and Iverson, S. A first look at Nunatsiavut Kangidualuk ('fjord') ecosystems. In Allard, M. and Lemay, M. (2012), Nunavik and Nunatsiavut: From science to policy. An Integrated Regional Impact Study (IRIS) of climate change and modernization. ArcticNet Inc., Quebec City, Canada, 271-301. (PDF)

Allard, M. Lemay, M., Barrette, C., L'Herault, E., Sarrazin, D., (contributing authors) Bell, T., and Dore, G. Permafrost and climate change in Nunavik and Nunatsiavut: Importance for municipal and transportation infrastructures. In Allard, M. and Lemay, M. (2012), Nunavik and Nunatsiavut: From science to policy. An Integrated Regional Impact Study (IRIS) of climate change and moderniazation. ArcticNet Inc., Quebec City, Canada, 171-197. (PDF)

Copeland, A., Edinger, E., Devillers, R., Bell, T., LeBlanc, P., and Wroblewski, J. Marine habitat mapping in support of Marine Protected Area management in a subarctic fjord: Gilbert Bay, Labrador, Canada. Journal of Coastal Conservation. (online)

St. Hilaire, D., Forbes, D.L., and Bell, T. Multi-Temporal Analysis of a Gravel-Dominated Coastline in the Central Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Journal of Coastal Research, 28:421-441. (online)

McLennan, D., Bell, T., Berteaux, D., Chen, W., Copland, L., Fraser, R., Gallant, D., Gauthier, G., Hik, D., Krebs, C.J., Myers-Smith, I., Olthof. I., Reid, D., Sladen, W., Tarnocai, C., Vincent, W., and Zhang, Y. Recent Climate-related Terrestrial Biodiversity Research in Canada's Arctic National Parks: Review, Summary and Management Implications. Biodiversity, 13: 157-173. (online)

Copeland, A., Edinger, E., Bell, T., LeBlanc, P., Wroblewski, J., and Devillers, R. Geomorphic features and benthic habitats of a subarctic fjord: Gilbert Bay, Southern Labrador, Canada. In Seafloor Geomorphology as Benthic Habitat: GeoHAB Atlas of Seafloor Geomorphic Features and Benthic Habitats, edited by Peter T. Harris and Elaine K. Baker, Elsevier Insights, 309-327 (online)

2011

Bell, T. and Renouf, M.A.P. By Land and Sea: Landscape and Marine Environmental Perspectives on Port au Choix Archaeology. In The Cultural Landscapes of Port au Choix, edited by M.A.P. Renouf, Springer Press, 21-41. (ISBN 978-1-4419-8324-4)

Westley, K., Bell, T., Quinn, R., and Plets, R. Investigating Submerged Archaeological Landscapes - A Research Strategy
Illustrated with Case Studies from Ireland and Newfoundland, Canada. In
Submerged Prehistory, edited by Benjamin, J., Bonsall, C., Pickard C. and Fischer, A., Oxbow Books, 129-144. (ISBN 978-1842174180

Foley, R., Bell, T., and Liverman, D.G.E. Urban Geochemical Hazard Mapping: the Case Study of St. John’s, Newfoundland. Atlantic Geology, 47: 138–157. (online)

Westley, K., Bell, T., Renouf, M.A.P., and Tarasov, L., Impact Assessment of Current and Future Sea-Level Change on Coastal Archaeological Resources—Illustrated Examples From Northern Newfoundland. The Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology, 6: 351-374 (online)

Plets, R., Quinn, R., Forsythe, W., Westley, K., Bell, T., Benetti, S., McGrath, F.,and Robinson, R. Using Multibeam Echo-Sounder Data to Identify Shipwreck Sites: archaelogical assessment of the Joint Irish Bathymetric Survey Data. The International Journal of Natuical Archaeology, 40: 87-98. (online)

Renouf, M.A.P. and Bell, T. Across the Tickle: The Gould Site, Port au Choix-3 and the Maritime Archaic Indian Mortuary Landscape. In The Cultural Landscapes of Port au Choix, edited by M.A.P. Renouf, Springer Press, 43-63. (ISBN 978-1-4419-8324-4)

Renouf, M.A.P., Teal, M.A., and Bell, T. In the Woods: The Cow Head Complex Occupation of the Gould Site, Port au Choix. The Cultural Landscapes of Port au Choix, edited by M.A.P. Renouf, Springer Press, 251-269. (ISBN 978-1-4419-8324-4)

Trindade, M., Bell, T., and Laroque, C. Changing climate sensitivities of two spruce species across a moisture gradient in Northeastern Canada. Dendrochronologia, 29: 25–30. (online)

Trindade, M., Bell, T., Laroque, C.P., Jacobs, J.D., and Hermanutz, L. Dendroclimatic response of a coastal alpine treeline ecotone: a multispecies perspective from Labrador. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 41: 469-478. (online)

Westley, K., Quinn, R., Forsythe, W., Plets, R., Bell, T., Benetti, S., McGrath, F. and Robinson, R. Mapping Submerged Landscapes Using Multibeam Bathymetric Data: a case study from the north coast of Ireland. The International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 40: 99-112. (online)

2010

Bell, T., Campbell, S., Liverman, D.G.E., Allison, D., and Sylvester, P. 2010. The Environmental and Human Health Legacies of Non-Industrial Sources of Lead in a Canadian Urban Landscape – the Case Study of St. John’s, Newfoundland. International Geological Review, 52: 771-800. (online)

Ford, J.D., Bell, T., and St-Hilaire-Gravel, D. 2010. Vulnerability of community infrastructure to climate change in Nunavut: A case study from Arctic Bay. In CAVIAR – Community Adaptation and Vulnerability in Arctic Regions. Edited by Grete K. Hovelsrud and Barry Smit, Springer, 107-130. (ISBN 978-90-481-9174-1)

St-Hilaire-Gravel, D., Bell, T., and Forbes, D.L. 2010. Raised Gravel Beaches as Proxy Indicators of Past Sea-Ice and Wave Conditions, Lowther Island, Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Arctic, 63:213-226. (online)

Blundon, P., Bell, T., and Batterson, M. 2010. Ice streaming in the Newfoundland Ice Cap: Implications for the reconstruction of palaeo-ice flow and drift prospecting. Current Research (2010) Newfoundland and Labrador Department of Natural Resources, Geological Survey, Report 10-1: 143-157. (PDF)

Bell, T. and Westley, K. 2010. Ancient Shorelines, Dynamic Coasts, Submerged Landscapes. In Shorelines, an exhibition curated by Charlotte Jones and Seán McCrum. Catalog published by Sir Wilfred College Art Gallery, Memorial University (ISBN 978-0-929025-64-3), 18-19.

Putt, M.M., Bell, T., Batterson, M.J., and Smith J.S. 2010. Late Wisconsinan ice flow history on the tip of the Northern Peninsula, northwestern Newfoundland. Current Research (2010) Newfoundland and Labrador Department of Natural Resources, Geological Survey, Report 10-1: 171-182. (PDF)

2009

Shaw, J., Todd, B. J., Brushett, D., Parrott, D. R. & Bell, T. 2009. Late Wisconsinan glacial landsystems on Atlantic Canadian shelves: New evidence from multibeam and single-beam sonar data. Boreas, 38: 146–159. (online)

Renouf, M.A.P., Bell, T., and Macpherson, J. 2009. Hunter-Gatherer Impact on Subarctic Vegetation: Amerindian and Palaeoeskimo Occupations of Port au Choix, Northwestern Newfoundland. Arctic Anthropology, 46: 176-190. (online)

Bell, T., Chuenpagdee, R., Jacobs, J.D., Martin, B., Tucker, A., Tytelman, C., and Wolf, J. 2009. Climate change adaptation in Labrador: consolidating the base. Unpublished report, St. John’s: Labrador Highlands Research Group, Memorial University of Newfoundland, 43 p. (PDF)

Blundon, P., Bell, T., and Batterson, M.J. 2009. An Evaluation of SRTM Digital Elevation Data for Glacial Landform Mapping in Newfoundland. Current Research (2009) Newfoundland and Labrador Department of Natural Resources, Geological Survey, Report 09-1, 289-303. (PDF)

2008

Renouf, M.A.P. and Bell, T. 2008. Dorset Palaeoeskimo Skin Processing at Phillip's Garden, Port au Choix, Northwestern Newfoundland. Arctic, 61: 35-47. (PDF)

Bell, T. and Renouf, M.A.P. 2008. The Domino Effect: Culture Change and Environmental Change in Newfoundland, 1500-1100 cal BP, The Northern Review, 28: 72-94. (online)

Bell, T., Batterson, M., and Blundon, P. 2008. A re-evaluation of the coastal stratigraphy along the southwestern Burin Peninsula. Current Research (2008) Newfoundland and Labrador Department of Natural Resources, Geological Survey Report 08-1: 35-44. (PDF)

Bell, T., Westley, K.L.C., Plets, R.M.K., Quinn, R.J., and Renouf, M.A.P. 2008. Submerged Archaeological Landscapes – From Ancient Myth to New Frontier. The Journal of Ocean Technology. 3: 13-20. (PDF)

Bell, T., Jacobs, J.D., Munier, A., Leblanc, P., and Trant, A. 2008. Climate Change and Renewable Resources in Labrador: Looking toward 2050. Proceedings and report of a conference held in North West River, Labrador, 11-13 March. St. John’s: Labrador Highlands Research Group, Memorial University of Newfoundland, 95 p and CD-Rom. (PDF)

Renouf, M.A.P. and Bell, T. Precontact Population Contraction and Expansion in Newfoundland, 1200-1000 Cal BP. In The Northern World AD 1100-1350, edited by H. Maschner, O. Mason and R. J. McGhee, University of Utah Press, 263-278. (PDF)

2007

Daly, J.F., Belknap, D.F., Kelley, J.T. and Bell, T. 2007. Late Holocene sea-level change around Newfoundland. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 44: 1453-1465. 

Brushett, D., Bell, T., Batterson, M.J., and Shaw, J. 2007. Ice flow history of Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, as interpreted from seabed mapping. Current Research (2007) Newfoundland and Labrador Department of Natural Resources, Geological Survey Report 07-1: 215-228. (PDF)

2006

Gosse, J.C., Bell, T., Gray, J.T., Klein, J., Yang, G., and Finkel, R. 2006. Interpreting a landscape record of glaciation with cosmogenic isotopes in weathering zone type localities of Newfoundland. In Knight, P.G. (ed.) Glacier Science and Environmental Change, Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 442-446. (ISBN: 978-1-4051-0018-2)

Renouf, M.A.P. and Bell, T. 2006. Maritime Archaic Site Locations on the Island of Newfoundland. In The Archaic of the Far Northeast, edited by Sanger, D. and Renouf, M.A.P.,University of Maine Press, Orono, Maine,pp 1-46. (ISBN: 978-0891011132)

Shaw, J., Piper, D.J.W., Fader, G.B., King, E.L., Todd, B.G., Bell, T., Batterson, M.J., and Liverman, D. 2006. A Conceptual Model of the Deglaciation of Atlantic Canada, Quaternary Science Reviews, 25: 2059-2081. (online)

Liverman, D., Batterson, M. Bell, T., Nolan, L., Marich, A. and Putt, M. 2006. Digital Elevation models from shuttle radar topography mission data – new insights into the Quaternary history of Newfoundland. Current Research (2006) Newfoundland and Labrador Department of Natural Resources, Geological Survey Report 06-1: 177-189. (PDF)

Batterson, M., Taylor, D., Bell, T., Brushett, D. and Shaw, J. 2006. Regional ice-flow mapping, surficial geology and till geochemistry of the northern Burin Peninsula and adjacent Placentia Bay. Current Research (2006) Newfoundland and Labrador Department of Natural Resources, Geological Survey Report 06-1: 161-176. (PDF)

2005

Bell, T., Daly, J., Liverman, D.G.E., Shaw, J., Batterson, M.J., and Smith, I.R. 2005. Late Quaternary Relative Sea-Level Change on the West Coast of Newfoundland, Geographie physique et Quaternaire, 59 (2-3). (online)

Bell, T., Macpherson, J.B., and Renouf, M.A.P. 2005. Late Prehistoric Human Impact on Bass Pond, Port au Choix. Newfoundland and Labrador Studies, 20: 107-129. (online)

Bell, T., Daly, J., Kelley, A., and Renouf, M.A.P. 2005. Application of Ground Penetrating Radar to mapping archaeological features at Port au Choix. Newfoundland and Labrador Studies, 20: 175-196. (online)

Bell, T., Smith, I.R. and Renouf, M.A.P. 2005. Postglacial Sea-Level History and Coastline Change at Port au Choix, Great Northern Peninsula, Newfoundland. Newfoundland and Labrador Studies, 20: 9-31. (online)

Smith, I.R., Bell, T., and Renouf, M.A.P. 2005. Testing a Proposed Late Holocene Sea-Level Oscillation using the ‘Isolation Basin’ Approach, Great Northern Peninsula, Newfoundland. Newfoundland and Labrador Studies, 20: 33-55. (online)

Marich, A., Batterson, M. and Bell, T. 2005. The Morphology and Sedimentological Analysis of Rogen Moraines, central Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland. Newfoundland and Labrador Department of Mines and Energy, Geological Survey Report 05-1: 1-14. (PDF)

Rast, T., Renouf, M.A.P., and Bell, T. 2005. Patterns in Precontact Site Location on the Southwest Coast of Newfoundland. Northeast Anthropology, 68:41-55.

 

 

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