|Towards integrated governance for water, health and social–ecological systems: The watershed governance prism|
MW Parkes, KE Morrison, MJ Bunch, LK Hallström, RC Neudoerffer, ...
Global Environmental Change 20 (4), 693-704, 2010
|All hands on deck: transdisciplinary approaches to emerging infectious disease|
MW Parkes, L Bienen, J Breilh, LN Hsu, M McDonald, JA Patz, ...
EcoHealth 2 (4), 258-272, 2005
|Integrating catchment ecosystems and community health: the value of participatory action research|
M Parkes, R Panelli
Ecosystem Health 7 (2), 85-106, 2001
|Converging paradigms for environmental health theory and practice.|
M Parkes, R Panelli, P Weinstein
Environmental Health Perspectives 111 (5), 669-675, 2003
|Tools for thoughtful action: the role of ecosystem approaches to health in enhancing public health|
JC Webb, D Mergler, MW Parkes, J Saint-Charles, J Spiegel, ...
Canadian Journal of Public Health 101 (6), 439-441, 2010
|Promoting health and well-being by managing for social–ecological resilience: the potential of integrating ecohealth and water resources management approaches|
MJ Bunch, KE Morrison, MW Parkes, HD Venema
Ecology and Society 16 (1), 2011
|Water, ecology and health: ecosystems as settings for promoting health and sustainability|
MW Parkes, P Horwitz
Health promotion international 24 (1), 94-102, 2009
|EcoHealth: a transdisciplinary imperative for a sustainable future|
BA Wilcox, AA Aguirre, P Daszak, P Horwitz, P Martens, M Parkes, ...
EcoHealth 1 (1), 3-5, 2004
|A century of hydrological variability and trends in the Fraser River Basin|
SJ Déry, MA Hernández-Henríquez, PN Owens, MW Parkes, EL Petticrew
Environmental Research Letters 7 (2), 024019, 2012
|Public health guide to field developments linking ecosystems, environments and health in the Anthropocene|
CG Buse, JS Oestreicher, NR Ellis, R Patrick, B Brisbois, AP Jenkins, ...
J Epidemiol Community Health 72 (5), 420-425, 2018
|Ecohealth and Aboriginal health: A review of common ground|
National Collaborating Centre for Aboriginal Health, 2011
|Diversity, emergence, resilience: guides for a new generation of ecohealth research and practice|
EcoHealth 8 (2), 137-139, 2011
|Ecohealth and watersheds: Ecosystem approaches to re-integrate water resources management with health and well-being|
MW Parkes, KE Morrison, MJ Bunch
International Institute for Sustainable Development, 2000
|Establishing a community of practice of researchers, practitioners, policy-makers and communities to sustainably manage environmental health risks in Ecuador|
JM Spiegel, J Breilh, E Beltran, J Parra, F Solis, A Yassi, A Rojas, ...
BMC international health and human rights 11 (2), 1-7, 2011
|Promoting the health of marginalized populations in Ecuador through international collaboration and educational innovations|
MW Parkes, J Spiegel, J Breilh, F Cabarcas, R Huish, A Yassi
Bulletin of the World Health Organization 87, 312-319, 2009
|Using expert informed GIS to locate important marine social-ecological hotspots|
P Mahboubi, M Parkes, C Stephen, HM Chan
Journal of Environmental Management 160, 342-352, 2015
|Participatory environmental health research in Aotearoa/New Zealand: constraints and opportunities|
K Witten, M Parkes, L Ramasubramanian
Health education & behavior 27 (3), 371-384, 2000
|Better together: field-building networks at the frontiers of ecohealth research|
MW Parkes, DF Charron, A Sánchez
Ecohealth research in practice, 231-253, 2012
|Going unscripted: A call to critically engage storytelling methods and methodologies in geography and the medical‐health sciences|
S De Leeuw, MW Parkes, VS Morgan, J Christensen, N Lindsay, ...
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 61 (2), 152-164, 2017
|The integration imperative: Cumulative environmental, community and health effects of multiple natural resource developments|
MP Gillingham, GR Halseth, CJ Johnson, MW Parkes