Publications

Malcolm, C.D. In press. Provincial parks and protected areas. In: P. Dearden and R. Rollins, eds., Protected Areas in Canada: Planning and Management, 4th ed., Oxford U. Press, Toronto.

Malcolm, C.D. and R.D. Ramsey. 2014. Specialization and importance-performance in visitors to a rural natural history museum, the Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre, Morden, Manitoba, Canada. European Journal of Tourism, Hospitality and Recreation 5(1): 9-34. *Published as the Best Paper Award at the International Tourism Congress 2013, Peniche, Portugal.

Muirhead, K.A., C.D. Malcolm and D.A. Duffus. 2013. Marbled murrelets foraging with gray whales off Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Zoology 91(12):847-852.

Malcolm, C.D. 2012. Invited guest essay: Connectivity within ecosystems. In: Dearden, P. and Mitchell, B., Environmental Change and Challenge, 4th ed., Oxford, Toronto.

Malcolm, C.D., P. Hall, and H.C. Penner. 2011. Behaviour of belugas in the presence of whale watching vessels in Churchill, Manitoba and recommendations for local beluga watching activities. In: Maher, P.T., Stewart, E.J. & Luck, M. (eds.) Polar tourism: Environmental, political and social dimensions. Cognizant Communications: New York.

Malcolm, C.D. 2010. Conservation implications of birder visitation to Douglas Marsh, Manitoba: expectation – satisfaction levels of birders on commercial trips versus other birders. In: Prairie Perspectives, vol. 11, D. Olsen and D.J. Wiseman, eds. University of Winnipeg Printing Services, Winnipeg, MB.

Malcolm, C.D. 2008. Provincial parks. In: P. Dearden and R. Rollins, eds., Protected Areas in Canada: Planning and Management, 3rd ed., Oxford U. Press, Toronto.

Malcolm, C.D. and D.A. Duffus. 2007. Specialization of whale watchers in British Columbia waters. In: J.E. Higham and M. Lück, eds., Marine Wildlife and Tourism Management, CABI Publishing, London.

Current Papers in Preparation

Bravo Olivas, M.L., R.M. Chávez Dagoastino, and C.D. Malcolm. Quality of life and lived experiences of fishermen along the Pacific coast of México.

Malcolm, C.D., K. Fawcett, R. Thomas, T. Town, and T. Sallows. Connectivity in northern pike habitat as a measure of ecological integrity in Riding Mountain National Park, Canada.

Malcolm, C.D., J. Long, and B. Bruederlin. Movements of northern pike at dams and weirs along the Little Saskatchewan River, Manitoba.

Recent Presentations

Malcolm, C.D., T. Sallows, T. Town, K Fawcett and R Thomas. 2014. Connectivity as a measure of ecological integrity in northern pike populations in Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba- an update. Presented at the Prairie Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Conference, Sept. 26-28, Wasagamming, MB.

Malcolm, C.D. and D. Ramsey. 2013. Specialization and importance performance in visitors to a rural natural history museum, the Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre, Morden, Manitoba, Canada. Presented at the 2013 International Tourism Congress, Peniche, Portugal, November 27-29. *Awarded Best Paper at the Congress.

Malcolm, C.D. and T. Sallows. 2013. Connectivity as a measure of ecological integrity in northern pike populations in Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba. Presented at the Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Conference, St. John’s, NF, August 11-15.

McLaughlin, K., C. Malcolm, and T. Sallows. 2013. Can slimy sculpin be used as an ecological indicator for Clear Lake, Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba? Presented at the Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Conference, St. John’s, NF, August 11-15.

Malcolm, C.D. and T. Sallows. 2013. Identification of northern pike spawning sites in Riding Mountain National Park using VHF telemetry. Presented at the International Conference for Conservation Biology, Baltimore, MD, July 21-25.

Malcolm, C.D., K. McLaughlin, and T. Sallows. 2012. Slimy sculpin presence (Cottus cognatus) in relation to depth, temperature, and dissolved oxygen in Clear Lake, Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba. Canadian Conference for Fisheries Research annual conference, Moncton, NB, Jan. 6-8.