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Refereed Papers

Publications

Refereed Papers


Steel, D. G., Extreme and unusual: Psychology in Antarctica In Exploring the Last Continent: An Introduction to Antarctica. 361-378. 01 Jan 2016 (Chapter)

Stewart, E., de la Barre, S., Maher, P., Dawson, J., Hillmer-Pegram, K., Huijbens, E., . . . & Pashkevich, A. (2016). Tourism and Arctic observation systems: exploring the relationships. Polar Research.

Liggett, D., & Stewart, E. (2015). Polar tourism (research) is not what it used to be: the maturing of a field of study alongside an activity. The Polar Journal, 5(2), 247-256.

Dawson, J., Stewart, E. J., Johnston, M. E., & Lemieux, C. J. (2016). Identifying and evaluating adaptation strategies for cruise tourism in Arctic Canada. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 24(10), 1425-1441.

Johnston, A., Johnston, M.E., Stewart, E.J., Dawson, J., & Lemelin, R.H. (2012). Perspectives of decision makers and regulators on climate change and adaptation in expedition cruise ship tourism in Nunavut. The Northern Review 35, 69-85.

Lemelin, R.H., Johnston, M., Dawson, D., Stewart, E., and Mattina C. (2012). From hunting and fishing to cultural tourism and ecotourism: Examining the transitioning tourism industry in Nunavik. The Polar Journal 2(1), 39-60.

Stewart, E., Dawson, J., Howell, S., Johnston, M., Pearce, T., & Lemelin, R. (2012). Sea ice change and cruise tourism in Arctic Canada's Northwest Passage: Implications for local communities. Polar Geography.1 -20.

Johnston, A., Johnston, M., Dawson, J. & Stewart, E. (2012). Challenges of Arctic cruise tourism development in Canada: Perspectives of federal government stakeholders. Journal of Maritime Law and Commerce 43 (3), 335-347.

Stewart, E. J., Dawson, J. D. & Draper, D. (2011) Cruise tourism and residents in Arctic Canada: Development of a resident attitude typology. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management.

Stewart, E. J. & Draper, D. (2011) Compte rendu des conclusions de recherche: étude de cas sur des travaux de recherche consacrés au tourisme communautaire dans le Nord Canadien. Téoros.

Stewart, E. J., & Dawson, J. (2011). A matter of good fortune? The grounding of the Clipper Adventurer in Arctic Canada. Arctic (InfoNorth).

Lemelin, H., Dawson, J., Stewart, E.J., Maher, P. & Luck, M (2010). Last chance tourism: the doom, the gloom, and the boom of visiting vanishing destinations. Current Issues in Tourism 13 (5) 477-493.

Stewart, E. J., Tivy, A, Howell, S. E. L, Dawson, J. D,. & Draper, D. (2010). Cruise tourism and sea ice in Canada's Hudson Bay region. Arctic 63 (1) 57-66.

Dawson, J. Stewart, E.J. Lemelin, H. and Scott, D. (2010). The carbon cost of polar bear viewing tourism in Churchill, Manitoba, Canada. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 18 (3) 319-336.

Caine, K., Davidson, C. & Stewart, E.J. (2009) Preliminary field-work: Methodological reflections from northern Canadian research. Qualitative Research 9 (4) 489-513.

Stewart, E. J. & Draper, D. (2009) Reporting back research findings: A case study of collaborative tourism research in the Canadian North. Journal of Eco-tourism (special issue on Aboriginal Tourism), 8 (2) 128-143.

Stewart, E. J., & Draper, D. (2008). The sinking of the MS Explorer: Implications for cruise tourism in Arctic Canada. Arctic (InfoNorth) 61 (2) 224-231.

Stewart, E. J.; Jacobson, D. & Draper, D. (2008) Public participation geographic information system (PPGIS): Challenges of implementation in Churchill, Manitoba. The Canadian Geographer. 52 (3) 351-366.

Stewart, E. J. & Draper, D.L. (2007). A collaborative approach to understanding local stakeholder perceptions of tourism in Churchill, Manitoba (Canada). Polar Geography. 30 (1&2) 7-35.

Maher, P.T., & Stewart, E.J. (2007). Polar tourism: Research directions for current realities and future possibilities. Tourism in Marine Environments. 4 (2-3) 65-68.

Stewart, E. J., Howell, S. E. L, Draper, D., Yackel, J. & Tivy, A. (2007). Sea ice in Canada's Arctic: Implications for cruise tourism in the Northwest Passage. Arctic. 60 (4) 370-380

Stewart, E. J. & Draper, D.L. (2007) Sustainable cruise tourism in Arctic Canada: An integrated coastal management approach. Tourism in Marine Environments. 3 (2) 77-88.

Stewart, E. J.; Kirby, V.K.; & Steel, G. D. (2006) Perceptions of Antarctic Tourism: A question of tolerance. Journal of Landscape Research. 31(3) 193-214.

Conference Papers
Chetsummon, S., Nuthall, P., & Steel, G. (January, 2006). Attitudes of extension agents towards expert systems as decision support tools in Thailand. Paper presented Kasetsart University Annual Conference, Bangkok, Thailand.

Engelbertz, S., Liggett, D., & Steel, G.D. (July, 2012). Climate change and uncertainty: what is the role of values in Antarctic policy? Paper presented at the SCAR Open Science Conference (Session 38: Human Connections to the Antarctic and Antarctic Values), Portland, Oregon, U.S.A.

Francis, G., Steel, G.D., Mottram, V., Middleton, B., & Arendt, J. (July, 2008). Human activity measured by wrist actigraphy during the polar year. Paper presented at the Scientific Committee on Antarctica Research Open Science Conference, St. Petersburg, Russia.

Liggett, D., & Steel, G.D. (2011, June). Adding "value” to Antarctic research, management and policy: A project-driven approach towards creating a community of Antarctic social and human scientists. Paper given at The Seventh International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences, Akureyri, Iceland.

Nespor, S.M., Acri, J.B., Steel, G.D., Suedfeld, P., & Grunberg, N.E. (August, 1993). Changes in taste preferences and perceptions in an isolated environment. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario.

Neufeld, E., Steel, G.D., & Storey, B. (June, 2010). Does anyone dream in white? Antarctica in the imagination of New Zealanders. Paper presented at the International Polar Year Oslo Science Conference, Oslo, Norway.

Neufeld, E., Steel, G.D., & Storey, B. (June, 2010). Imagining in Ice: Antarctica in the imagination of New Zealanders. Paper presented at the Antarctic Visions Conference, Hobart, Australia.

Palinkas, L.A., Reedy, K.R., Smith, M., Otto, C., Silva, W., Steel, G.D., Anghel, M., Reeves, D., Shurtleff, D., Case, H.S., Do, N.V., & Reed, H.L. (July , 2006). Effectiveness of thyroid supplement and tyrosine in prevention of decrements in cognitive performance and mood during prolonged Antarctic residence: A randomized clinical trial. Paper presented at the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research Open Science Conference, Hobart, Australia.

Shepanek, M, & Steel, G. (July, 2012). Antarctica to Mars, and back: a medical and psychological perspective on analogue environments. Keynote address presented at the SCAR Open Science Conference (Session 27: Human Biology and Medicine), Portland, Oregon, U.S.A.

Steel, G.D. (June, 2010). "Mirabile vision”: The development of Bernacchi's evaluative image of Antarctica during the BAE (1898-1900) expedition to Cape Adare. Paper presented at the Antarctic Visions Conference, Hobart, Australia.

Steel, G.D. (March, 1999). Polar moods: The third-quarter phenomenon in Antarctica. Victoria University of Wellington Annual Antarctic Science Seminar, Wellington, New Zealand.

Steel, G.D. (July, 1997). REST as a capsule experience: Implications for future research. Paper presented at the sixth general meeting of the International REST Investigators Society.

Steel, G.D. (June, 1994). The "Big Five" personality characteristics in circumpolar sojourners. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Psychological Association, Penticton, British Columbia.

Steel, G.D. (March,1990). Relaxed and alert: Patterns of T-wave amplitude and heart rate in a REST environment. Paper presented at the fourth general meeting of the International REST Investigators Society, Washington, D.C.

Steel, G.D., & Kirby, V. (April,1997). Antarctica beyond 2000: New Zealand social sciences and Antarctica. Paper presented at a specially convened meeting of Antarctica New Zealand: Antarctic Science Beyond 2000 Workshop, Christchurch, New Zealand.

Steel, G.D., & Neufeld, E. (July, 2011). Valuable ice: environmental orientations of Antarctic scientists. Paper presented at the annual Antarctica New Zealand Science Conference, Hamilton, New Zealand.

Steel, G.D, Neufeld, E., & Stewart, E. (July, 2012). The value of clean ice: environmental worldviews and beliefs of New Zealand Antarctic field scientists. Paper presented at the SCAR Open Science Conference (Session 38: Human Connections to the Antarctic and Antarctic Values), Portland, Oregon, U.S.A.

Steel, G.D., & Suedfeld, P. (February, 1993). Polar personalities. Paper presented at the fifth general meeting of the International REST Investigators Society, Seattle, WA.

Steel, G.D., & Suedfeld, P. (June, 1990). Temporal patterns of affect in an isolated group. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Psychological Association, Ottawa, Ontario.

Steel, G.D., & Suedfeld, P. (March, 1990). Development of interpersonal relationships in an isolated group. Paper presented at the fourth general meeting of the International REST Investigators Society, Washington, D.C.

Steel, G.D., & Suedfeld, P. (June, 1994). The Big 5 personality dimensions in polar sojourners. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Psychological Association, Penticton, Canada.

Steel, G.D., & Williams, T. (July, 2006). "Keep it local”: Advice networks in the Ross Sea Region. Paper presented at the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research Open Science Conference, Hobart, Australia.

Steel, G.D. & Williams, T. (July, 2005). Decision-making in small groups in Antarctica. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the SCAR Expert Group on Human Biology and Medicine, Sofia, Bulgaria.

Stewart, E., Kirby, V., & Steel, G.D. (April, 2003). Perceptions of Antarctic tourism: A question of tolerance. Paper presented at the annual New Zealand Antarctic Science Conference, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Suedfeld, P., Steel, G.D., & Brcic, J. (July, 2012). Personality and the positive psychological impact of polar sojourns. Paper presented at the SCAR Open Science Conference (Session 27: Human Biology and Medicine), Portland, Oregon, U.S.A.

Tan, C-P., & Steel, G.D. (July, 2008). Voyage to the South:Selection & social-psychological implications for polar personnel. Paper presented at the Scientific Committee on Antarctica Research Open Science Conference, St. Petersburg, Russia.

Tan, C-P., & Steel, G.D. (August, 2008). The learning of tacit knowledge in the workplace: a review of the conceptual and methodological issues. Paper presented at the New Zealand Psychological Society Annual Conference 2008, Christchurch, New Zealand.

Tan, C-P., & Steel, G.D. (August, 2009). I.C.E.s, tacit knowledge, and implicit learning: Case studies of polar personnel. Paper presented at the New Zealand Psychological Society Annual Conference 2009, Palmerston North, New Zealand.

Tan, C-P., & Steel, G.D. (June, 2010). Balancing on ice: Implicit learning of tacit knowledge - case studies of polar personnel. Paper presented at the International Polar Year Oslo Science Conference, Oslo, Norway.

Weymouth, W., & Steel, G.D. (July, 2012). Parasomnias during a short-term Antarctic field activity. Paper presented at the SCAR Open Science Conference (Session 27: Human Biology and Medicine), Portland, Oregon, U.S.A.

Williams, T.H. & Steel, G.D. (September, 2005).Value-laden decision-making in a remote environment: Environmental ethical decision-making by Antarctic scientists. Paper presented at the New Zealand Psychological Society Annual Conference, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Williams, T.H. & Steel, G.D. (July, 2008). Environmental ethics and decision-making in the Ross Sea Region,. Antarctica. Paper presented at the Scientific Committee on Antarctica Research Open Science Conference, St. Petersburg, Russia.

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