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See also: Ryan Calder's Google Scholar and CV

2020     RSD Calder, ME Borsuk & CS Robinson. ‘Analysis of environmental and economic impacts of hydropower imports for New York City through 2050’. Report to the Quebec Ministry of International Relations and La Francophonie, Quebec City, Canada. 

2018     RSD Calder, S Bromage & EM Sunderland. ‘Risk tradeoffs associated with traditional food advisories for Labrador Inuit’ in Environ Res, vol. 168, pp. 496–506. 

2016     RSD Calder, AT Schartup, M Li, AP Valberg, PH Balcom & EM Sunderland. ‘Future impacts of hydroelectric power development on methylmercury exposures of Canadian indigenous communities’ in Environ Sci Technol, vol. 50 (23), pp. 13115–22. 

2019     RSD Calder, C Shi, SA Mason, LP Olander & ME Borsuk. ‘Forecasting ecosystem services to guide coastal wetland rehabilitation decisions’ in Ecosyst Serv, vol. 39: 101007. 

2019     RSD Calder, ME Borsuk, SA Mason, LP Olander, A Plantinga & CS Robinson. ‘Assessing ecosystem service benefits from military installations’. Report to the Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program, Dept. of Defense, Washington, D.C. 

2020     RSD Calder, A Alatorre, R Marx, V Mallampalli, SA Mason, LP Olander, M Jeuland & ME Borsuk. ‘Graphical models and the challenge of evidence-based practice in development and sustainability’ in Environ Modell Softw, vol. 130: 104734. 

2019     H Tallis, [...] RSD Calder, [...] & S Zobrist. ‘Aligning evidence generation and use across health, development and environment’ in Curr Opin Env Sust, vol. 39, pp. 81–93. 

2020     RSD Calder, AT Schartup, T Bell & EM Sunderland. ‘Muskrat Falls, methylmercury and Canadian hydroelectric development’ in forthcoming volume by S. Crocker & L. Crocker (Eds.), St. John's, Canada: ISER Books, Memorial University of Newfoundland. 

2019     RSD Calder. ‘Coupled human-natural modeling for hydroelectric development: understanding the health impacts of America's renewable energy imports’ in M. Valerino (Ed.). Case Studies on Energy Access Transitions in the Developing World. Durham, NC: Duke University. 

2015     RSD Calder & KA Schmitt. ‘Decentralised drinking water regulation: risks, benefits and the hunt for equality in the Canadian context’ in Int J Water, vol. 9 (2), pp. 178–93. 

2010     RSD Calder & KA Schmitt. ‘The Role of detection limits in drinking water regulation’ in Environ Sci Technol, vol. 44 (21), pp. 8008–14.