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Scientific Journal Articles
- Dijk, J. van, Leopold, A., Flerlage, H., Wezel, A. van, Seiler, T.-B., Enrici, M.-H., & Bloor, M. C. (2021). The EU Green Deal’s ambition for a toxic-free environment: Filling the gap for science-based policymaking. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management. https://doi.org/10.1002/ieam.4429
- McIlroy-Young, B., Öberg, G., and Leopold, A. (2021). The manufacturing of consensus: A struggle for epistemic authority in chemical risk evaluation. Environmental Science & Policy, 122, 25–34. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsci.2021.04.003
- Vazquez, M., McIlroy-Young, B., Giang, A., Steel, D., and Öberg, G. (2021).Exploring Scientists’ values by analyzing how they frame nature and uncertainty. Risk Analysis. https://doi.org/10.1111/risa.13701.
- McIlroy‐Young, B., Leopold, A., and Öberg, G. (2021). Science, Consensus, and Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals: Rethinking Disagreement in Expert Deliberations. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management, 17(2), 480–481. https://doi.org/10.1002/ieam.4385
- Öberg, G., Metson, G., Kuwayama, Y., and Conrad, S. (2020). Conventional Sewer Systems are too Time-Consuming, Costly and Inflexible to meet the Challenges of the 21st Century. Sustainability 2020,12, 6518 https://doi.org/10.3390/su12166518
- Harder, R., Wielemaker, R., Molander, S., and Öberg G. (2020). Reframing human excreta management as part of food and farming systems. Water Research, 174: 115601
- Öberg, G., Elliott, K., and Leopold, A. (2020). Science Is Political But Should Not Be Partisan. Integrated environmental assessment and management, 16:6-7.
- Öberg, G. and Leopold, A. (2019). On the role of review papers in the face of escalating publication rates – a case study of research on contaminants of emerging concern (CECs). Environment International.131 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envint.2019.104960
- Harder, R., Wielemaker, R., Larsen, T.A., Zeeman, G., and Öberg, G. (2019). Recycling nutrients contained in human excreta to agriculture: Pathways, processes, and products. Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology 49(8): 695-743
- Öberg, G. and Campbell, A. (2019). Navigating the divide between scientific practice and science studies to support undergraduate teaching of epistemic knowledge. International Journal of Science Education 41(2): 230-247.
- Bajracharya, S., Carenini, G., Chamberlain, B., Chen, K. D., Klein, D., Poole, D., & Öberg, G. (2018). Interactive Visualization for Group Decision-Analysis. International Journal of Information Technology & Decision Making 17(6): 1839–1864.
- Öberg, G. and Mason-Renton, S.A. (2018). On the limitation of evidence-based policy: Regulatory narratives and land application of biosolids/sewage sludge in BC, Canada and Sweden. Environmental Science & Policy, 84:88-96.
- Mason-Renton, S.A., Vásquez, M., Robinson, C., and Öberg, G. (2018). Science for policy: A case-study of scientific polarization, values, and the framing of risk and uncertainty. Risk Analysis. 39 (6): 1229-1242
- Mason-Renton, S.A. and Luginaah, I. (2018). Conceptualizing waste as a Resource: Urban biosolids processing in the rural landscape. The Canadian Geographer, 62:266-281.
- Metson, G., Powers, S.M., Hale, R.L., Sayles, J., Öberg, G., MacDonald, G.K., Kuwayama, Y., Springer, N., Weatherley, A., Hondula, K.L., Jones, K., Chowdhury, R.B., Beusen, A.H.W., and Bouwman, A.F. (2018). Socio-environmental assessment of phosphorus flows in the urban sanitation chain of diverse cities. Regional environmental change, 8:1 387–1401
- Elouazizi, N., Öberg, G. and Birol, G. (2018) Learning technology-enabled (meta)-cognitive scaffolding to support learning aspects of written argumentation. PALE 2018 http://adenu.ia.uned.es/workshops/pale2018/
- Mason-Renton, S.A., Luginaah, I., and Baxter, J. (2016). Community Divide as more Detrimental than the Plant Itself: Confrontational Stigma and Community Responses to Rural Facility Siting. Journal of Rural and Community Development, 11(2):22-44.
- Klein, D. R., and Öberg, G. (2017). Using Existing Municipal Water Data to Support Conservation Efforts. Journal‐American Water Works Association, 109(7), E313-E319.
- Leopold, A., Roberts, M., & Matthiessen, P. (2017). Ecotoxicological hazard and risk assessment of endocrine active substances. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management, 13(2), 264–266. https://doi.org/10.1002/ieam.1868
- Mason-Renton, S.A. and Luginaah, I. (2016). Interfering with therapeutic tranquility: Debates surrounding biosolid waste processing in rural Ontario. Health and Place, 41:42-49.
- Mason, S.A., Dixon, J., Mambulu, F., Rishworth, A., Mkandawire, P. and Luginaah, I. (2015). Management challenges of urban biosolids: Narratives around facility siting in rural Ontario. Environmental Planning and Management, 58(8):1363-1383.
- Del Carmen Morales, M., Harris, L. and Öberg, G. (2014). Citizenshit – The Right to Flush and the UrbanSanitation Imaginary. Environment and Planning A, 46:2816-2833.
- Öberg G, Merlinsky MG, LaValle A, Del Carmen Morales M and Tobias MM (2014). The Notion of Sewage as Waste – On Institutional Inertia and Infrastructure Change in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Vancouver, Canada. Ecology and Society, 19(2):19.
- Chamberlain BC, Carenini G, Poole D, Öberg G and Taheri H (2013). A Decision Support System for the Design and Evaluation of Sustainable Wastewater Solutions. IEEE Transactions on Computer Science. Special issue on Computational Sustainability, 63(1):129-141.
- Klein, D.R., Ebrahimi, G., Navilloz, L., Thurm, B. and Öberg, G. (2014). Water Management at UBC. Background report for the project: Would it make sense to develop an integrated resource management strategy for UBC, using a water lens? Vancouver, BC: Program on Water Governance. Click here for a web-based version of the report.
- Morales, M and Öberg, G, (2012). The Idea of Sewage as a Resource. An Introductory Study of Knowledge and Decision Making in Liquid Waste Management in Metro Vancouver, BC. Canada. UBC’s Program of Water Governance Report.