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Refereed Articles and Book Chapters (Select)

2014 (J. Foster and A. Sandberg). “Editorial: Post-industrial urban greenspace: Justice, quality of life and environmental aesthetics in rapidly changing urban environments,” Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability, 19, 10, pp. 1043-1048.

2014. “Environmental Gentrification in a Post-Industrial Landscape: The Case of the Limhamn Quarry, Malmö, Sweden,” Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability, 19, 10, pp. 1068-1085.

2013 (A. Sandberg and L. Wallace). "'Leave the Sand in the Land, Let the Stone Alone', Pits, Quarries, and Climate Change," ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies, 12, 1, 41-57.

2013, “On Stockades and Bridges: From York University to the Jane and Finch Neighbourhood.” In (Sandberg, A., S. Bocking, C. Coates, and K. Cruikshank) (eds.) Urban Explorations: Environmental Histories of the Toronto Region. Hamilton, ON: L.R. Wilson Institute for Canadian History, pp. 96-118.

2013 (A. Sandberg and L. Wallace). “Conservation and Development: From Rouge Park to the Oak Ridges Moraine.” In (Sandberg, A., S. Bocking, C. Coates, and K. Cruikshank) (eds.) Urban Explorations: Environmental Histories of the Toronto Region. Hamilton, ON: L.R. Wilson Institute for Canadian History, pp. 311-338.

2012 (A. Bardekjian, M. Classens, and A. Sandberg). "Reading the Urban Landscape: The Case of a Campus Tour at York University, Toronto, Canada," Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, published on line 21 July.  DOI 10.1007/s13412-012-0084-x

2010 (A. Sandberg and G. Wekerle), “Reaping Nature's Dividends: The Neoliberalization and Gentrifiication of Nature on the Oak Ridges Moraine, Toronto, Ontario, Canada,” Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, Vol. 12, No. 1 (March), pp. 41-57.

2009 (L. Gilbert, A. Sandberg, and G. Wekerle). “Building Bioregional Citizenship: The Case of the Oak Ridges Moraine, Ontario, Canada,” Local Environment, Vol. 14, No. 5 (May), pp. 387-401.

2009 (M. Macaraig and A. Sandberg,), “The Politics of Sewerage: Contested Narratives on Growth, Science, and Nature,” Society and Natural Resources, Vol. 22, No. 5, pp. 448-63.

2008 (Thorpe, J. and A. Sandberg). “Knotty Tales: Forest Policy Narratives in an Era of Transition.” In M. Howlett and K. Brownsey, eds., Canada’s Resource Economy in Transition: The Past, Present, and Future of Canadian Staples Industries. Toronto: Emond Montgomery, pp. 189-207.

2007 (C. Lee-Macaraig and A. Sandberg). “Assessing Municipal Lawn Care Reform: The Case of a Lawn Pesticide By-Law in the Town of Caledon, Ontario, Canada,” Electronic Green Journal, Issue 25, pp. 1-10.http://egj.lib.uidaho.edu/index.php/egj

2007 (J. Thorpe and A. Sandberg), “Knotty Tales: Canadian Staples and Post-Staples Forest Policy Narratives in an Era of Transition from Extractive to ‘Attractive’ Industries,” Canadian Political Science Review, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 57-72.

2007 (J. Thorpe and A. Sandberg). “Transcending Emily Carr: New Perspectives on a Canadian Icon (review essay),” Journal of Historical Geography, Vol. 33, pp. 687-94.

2007 (G. Wekerle, A. Sandberg, L. Gilbert and Matt Binstock), “Nature as a Cornerstone of Growth? Regional and Ecosystems Planning in the Greater Golden Horseshoe,” Canadian Journal of Urban Research, Vol. 16, No. 1, Supplement, pp. 20-38.

2007 (Chambers, C. and A. Sandberg). “Pits, Peripheralization and the Politics of Scale: Struggles over Locating Extractive Industries in the Town of Caledon, Ontario, Canada,” Regional Studies, vol. 41, No. 3 (May), pp. 327-38.

2005 (Gilbert, L., G. Wekerle, and A. Sandberg, “Local responses to Development Pressures: Conflictual Politics of Sprawl and Environmental Conservation,” Cahiers de Géographie du Québec, 49, 138 (décembre), pp. 377-92.

2005 (A. Sandberg and J. Foster), “Challenging Lawn and Order: ,” Environmental Discourse and Lawn Care Reform in Canada,” Environmental Politics, Vol. 14, No. 4 (July), pp. 478-94.

2005 (Patano, S. and A. Sandberg). “Winning Back More than Words? Power, Discourse and Quarrying on the Niagara Escarpment.” The Canadian Geographer, Vol. 49, No. 1 (March), pp. 25-41.

2004 (J. Foster and A. Sandberg). “Friends or Foe? Invasive Species and Public Green Space in Toronto,” Geographical Review, Vol. 94, No. 2 (April), pp. 178-98.

2004 (Sandberg, A., N. Houde, and P. Lavoie). “Beyond l’erreur boréale: The forest industry, environmentalism and image production in Quebec.” In A. Lehtinen, B. Sæter, and J. Donner-Amnell, eds., The Politics of Forests: Northern Forest Industry Regimes in the Age of Globalisation. Aldershot, U.K.: Avebury, pp. 63-83.

2003 (Houde, N. and A. Sandberg). “’To have your cake and eat it too’? Utility, ecology, equity and Quebec’s new forest act, 2001,” Cahiers de Géographie du Québec, Vol. 47, No. 132 (décembre), pp. 413-32.

2002 (Sandberg, A. and P. Clancy). “Politics, science and the spruce budworm in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.” Journal of Canadian Studies, 37, 2 (Summer), pp. 164-191 (special issue on environmental history).

2001 (Lawson, J., M. Levy and A. Sandberg) “‘Perpetual revenues and the delights of the primitive’: Change, continuity and forest policy regimes in Ontario.” In M. Howlett (ed.), Canadian Forest Policy: Adapting to Change. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, pp. 279-315.

2000 (Sandberg, A. and C. Midgley). “Recreation, forestry and environmental management: The Haliburton Forest and Wildlife Reserve, Ontario, Canada.” In X. Font and J. Tribe (eds.), Forest Tourism and Recreation: Case Studies in Environmental Management. Wallingford, England: CAB International, pp. 201-215.

1998 (Janzen, R. and A. Sandberg). “Good work, productivity and sustainability in Canadian forestry,” Economic and Industrial Democracy: An International Journal, Vol. 19, No. 1, February, pp. 119-135.

1997 (Sandberg, A. and W. Parenteau) “From weapons to symbols of privilege: The role of cartoons in the pulpwood export embargo debate in Nova Scotia, 1925-1933,” Acadiensis, Vol. 26, No. 2, Spring, pp. 31-58.

1997 (Clancy, P. and A. Sandberg). “Formulating standards for sustainable forest management in Canada,” Business Strategy and the Environment, Vol. 6, pp. 1-12.

1997 (Sandberg, A. and P. Clancy). “Foresty in a staples economy: The checkered career of Otto Schierbeck, Chief Forester, Nova Scotia, Canada, 1926-1933,” Environmental History, Vol. 2, No. 1, January, pp. 74-95.

1996 (Sandberg, A. and P. Clancy). “Property rights, small woodlot owners and forest management in Nova Scotia,” Journal of Canadian Studies, Vol. 31, No. 1, Spring, pp. 25-47.

1995 (Clancy, P. and A. Sandberg) “Crisis and opportunity: the political economy of the Stora Mill closure controversy in Nova Scotia,” Business Strategy and the Environment, Vol. 4, pp. 208-219.

1995 “‘Missing the road’: Working life at Volvo, Nova Scotia, Canada, 1963-1994.” In Å. Sandberg (ed.), Enriching Production. Perspectives on Volvo’s Uddevalla Plant as an Alternative to Lean Production? Aldershot, U.K.: Avebury, pp. 269-81 [Digital edition in 2007 at http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/10785/1/MPRA_paper_10785.pdf].

1995 (Parenteau, W. and A. Sandberg) “Conservation and the gospel of economic nationalism: The Canadian pulpwood question in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, 1919-1933,” Environmental History Review, Vol. 19, No. 2, Spring, pp. 55-83.

1994 “Maritime fragmentation: Inherent or people-made?,” Urban History Review, Vol. XXIII, No. 1, November, pp. 53-4.

1991 (Sandberg, A. and D. Trask) “The Nova Scotia glass workers, 1881-1917,” Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly, Vol. 11, No. 2, December, pp. 87-101.

1991 “Forest policy in Nova Scotia: the Big Lease, Cape Breton Island, 1899-1960,” Acadiensis, Vol. XX, No. 2, Spring, pp. 105-128.

1991 “Dependent development, labour and the Trenton Steel Works, Nova Scotia, c. 1900-1943,” Labour/Le Travail, Vol. 27, Spring, pp. 127-162.

1990 “A Swedish gold seeker in the Northlands: The case of Erik Alfred Oliver,” The Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, Vol. XLI, No. 4, October, pp. 234-241.

1989 “Geographers’ perception of Canada in the world economic order,” Progress in Human Geography, Vol. 13, No. 2, June, pp. 157-175.

1988 (Sandberg, A. and J. Sloggett). “Geography in the Canadian North, c. 1945-1988,” Geografiska Annaler, Vol. 71B, No. 2, pp. 125-134.

1988 (Sandberg, A. and J. Marsh, guest editors). “Focus: Literary landscapes -- geography and literature,” The Canadian Geographer, Vol. 32, No. 3, pp. 274-284.

1988 (Sandberg, A. and J. Marsh). "Introduction" to “Focus: Literary landscapes -- geography and literature,” The Canadian Geographer, Vol. 32, No. 3, pp. 274-275.

1988 (Sandberg, A. and J. Bradbury). “Industrial restructuring in the Canadian steel industry,” Antipode, Vol. 20, No. 2, pp. 102-121.

1988 “Literature as social history: A Swedish novelist in Manitoba,” Prairie Forum, Vol. 13, No. 1, Spring, pp. 83-98.

1984 “The closure of the Ferrona Iron Works, Nova Scotia, 1904,” Acadiensis, Vol. XIV, No. 1, Autumn, pp. 98-104.